The Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) announced the 2017 College Division All-State football teams on Saturday, naming Southern Virginia University safety Neil Davis to the All-State Second Team.
On a chilly Friday night on which both the seniors were honored and the newly-built Knight Stadium was officially dedicated, the Southern Virginia University football team dropped their conference matchup with No. 18 Frostburg State by a score of 35-3.
Southern Virginia University President Reed N. Wilcox today announced that the Knights have accepted an offer to join the Old Dominion Athletic Conference as an associate member for football beginning fall 2019.
Southern Virginia University's Tate Briggs was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Offensive Rookie of the Week after a contributing a touchdown on 2-2 passing in the Knights' homecoming victory over the Apprentice School.
The Southern Virginia University football team won its first game of the season on homecoming weekend with a 45-23 victory over The Apprentice School. Simi Moala and Akiva Wedge each recorded a pair of touchdowns in the win.
The New Jersey Athletic Conference today announced the 2017 Preseason Coaches’ Poll, where Southern Virginia University was picked for an eighth-place finish, the highest preseason ranking since joining the NJAC in 2014.
Under the direction of first-year head coach Joe DuPaix, the Southern Virginia University football program saw its first season-opening win since 2007, two players given Rookie of the Year honors and a homecoming win over conference opponent William Paterson University during the 2016 season.
The New Jersey Athletic Conference today announced the 2016 All-Conference Team, naming Ty Jones as a co-offensive rookie of the year, and Neil Davis as defensive rookie of the year. Anthony Siilata, Marcos Garcia and Mitch Orme were named as honorable mentions.