The Southern Virginia men’s basketball team did things that have never been done before, starting with an exhibition game at Weber State University and ending the season as the No. 5 seed in the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament.
In their final regular season conference game of the year the Southern Virginia men’s basketball team fell 85-71 to York College of Pennsylvania. With the loss the Knights clinch the No. 5 seed in the CAC tournament.
The Southern Virginia men's basketball team used some extra time on Wednesday night, but they were able to capitalize in overtime for a much-needed Capital Athletic Conference victory over Frostburg State, 87-86.
Seniors Kevin Walker and David Baety combined for 24 second-half points to lead the Knights to a 78-76 Capital Athletic Conference victory over the University of Mary Washington on Wednesday in the Knight Sports Arena.
With a career-high 27-point double-double performance by Anders Jacobson, the Southern Virginia men’s basketball team earned their their first conference victory on the road, beating Frostburg State University 84-83.
The Southern Virginia men's basketball team was held to a season low 44 points on Wednesday against No. 18 Virginia Wesleyan as they fell to the Marlins 71-44 in the last non-conference game of the season.
The Southern Virginia men’s basketball team suffered their first loss in the Capital Athletic Conference against Wesley College, the 91-74 final score was the first conference victory for the Wolverines.
Spurred by 30 points from Kevin Walker and Anders Jacobson’s 1000th career point the Southern Virginia men’s basketball team won a double-overtime conference opener 97-88 Wednesday evening in the Knight Sports Arena.
The Southern Virginia men’s basketball team opened up the 2015 season at home against Emory and Henry. Despite outscoring the Wasps by eighteen points in the second half, the Knights fell short 75-72 at the final buzzer.