2016 Men's Lacrosse Season RecapThe Southern Virginia men’s lacrosse team had a program best 6-10 overall record and finished 2-6 in the Capital Athletic Conference this year. The Knights earned their first Capital Athletic Conference win against Wesley College and earned a second victory in an overtime thriller versus St. Mary’s College of Maryland. The Knights also made an appearance in the CAC post-season tournament as the sixth seed, falling to Christopher Newport in the first round.
Danneman Named CAC Rookie of the YearThe Capital Athletic Conference released the All-CAC Men's Lacrosse team on Thursday, naming freshman Zach Danneman Rookie of the Year and awarding Casey Rich first team honors.
Three Knights Break Program Goal-Scoring RecordsSouthern Virginia’s Casey Rich, Rainey Whitworth, and Zoe Bradshaw stand atop the Capital Athletic Conference lacrosse leaderboards for goals scored in the regular season as they scored more goals this year than any other Knight in program history.
Knights Fall in First RoundThe Southern Virginia men's lacrosse team fell in the first round of the Capital Athletic Conference playoffs 19-5 to Christopher Newport. The Knights were the number 6 seed playing at number 3.
Seniors Score Big in WinOn senior day the Southern Virginia University men's lacrosse team won big over the Methodist Monarchs at The Fields on Tuesday. Knights' seniors Mike Bangerter and Jason Wynne each scored in their final home game.
Knights Topped by No. 4 YorkThe Southern Virginia men’s lacrosse team fell 14-6 to No. 4 York College of Pennsylvania in their final Capital Athletic Conference regular season game.
Men's Lacrosse Falls to FrostburgThe Southern Virginia men’s lacrosse team lost to Frostburg State 15-6 in a Capital Athletic Conference matchup on Tuesday afternoon.
Men's Lacrosse Falls to Va. WesleyanThe Southern Virginia men’s lacrosse team lost a physical battle to the Marlins of Virginia Wesleyan College by a 19-11 margin on Wednesday night in a non-conference contest.
Knights Downed By No. 2 SalisburySouthern Virignia University's men's lacrosse team suffered their worst loss of the year Saturday afternoon in a 26-7 decision at No. 2 Salisbury University.