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Shenandoah Hornets
University Shenandoah University
Conference Old Dominion Athletic Conference
NCAA Division III
Athletic director Bridget Lyons
Location Womens Panthers Panthers Cheap Womens Jersey Cheap
Varsity teams 21
Football stadium Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium
Basketball arena James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & Events Center
Mascot Buzzy
Nickname Hornets
Colors Red and Blue
         
Website www.suhornets.com

The Shenandoah Hornets are the athletic teams that represent Shenandoah University, located in Womens Panthers Panthers Cheap Womens Jersey Cheap, in NCAA Division III intercollegiate sports. The Hornets compete as members of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Altogether, Shenandoah sponsors 21 sports: 10 for men and 11 for women. Previously, the Hornets were members of the USA South Athletic Conference.

Varsity teams[edit]

List of teams[edit]

Men's Programs[edit]

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Current Coach Kevin Anderson (2004–present)
Record under current Coach 461-199-1
Championships USA-SOUTH
  • 2010
  • 2011

ODAC

  • 2015
  • 2018
NCAA Appearances World Series
  • 2009
  • 2010

Regionals

  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
Facilities Bridgeforth Field

Jim Barnett Park

1001 E. Cork Street

Winchester, Va. 22601

Baseball Championships[edit]

  • After a 33-5 record following the 2009 USA South Tournament, Shenandoah earned an at large bid to the NCAA Regional Tournament, a first for the program. SU won the region and went on to the NCAA Championships in Grand Chute, Wis. and eliminated after going 1-2 in the double elimination format.
  • In 2010, Shenandoah defeated Christopher Newport 19-5 and 7-4 in the USA South Championships, earning an automatic bid to NCAA Regionals for the second year in a row. After winning the region, SU advanced to the championships but was eliminated after losing the first two games.
  • For the third year in a row, the Hornets earned a bid to the 2011 NCAA Regional Tournament. Salisbury defeated Shenandoah twice in the Championship to eliminate SU.
  • In 2012, the Hornets went 29-11 and earned a fourth straight bid to the NCAA Regional Tournament. SU went 2-2 during regional tournament play before being eliminated by Christopher Newport.
  • After winning the 2014 regular season title, the Hornets were eliminated in game 11 of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Baseball Championships but earned an at-large bid to the NCAA regionals and eliminated out of contention after four games by Emory.
  • The Hornets won the 2015 ODAC Baseball Tournament, earning an automatic bid to NCAA Regionals, SU went 1-2 before being eliminated by Frostburg State.
  • In 2016, Shenandoah earned an at-large bid to the NCAA regional baseball tournament, the Hornets were eliminated by Emory after going 3-2.
  • During the 2017 post-season, Shenandoah lost in game nine of the ODAC Tournament but earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Regional Tournament. The Hornets went 5-2 before losing to Wheaton in the NCAA Regional Championship game.
  • Shenandoah defeated Roanoke in the ODAC Championship 8-4 to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Regional Tournament. SU went 1-2 in the regional tournament before being eliminated by Ithaca College.

NCAA Appearances[edit]

Year Round Opponent Result
2009 Regionals Johns Hopkins w, 8-2
2009 Regionals York (Pa.) W, 11-2
2009 Regionals Christopher Newport W, 8-4
2009 Regionals Johns Hopkins W, 11-7
2009 Championships Farmingdale State W, 12-2
2009 Championships St. Thomas (Minn.) L, 16-5
2009 Championships Carthage L, 9-8 (11 Innings)
2010 Regionals Bridgewater W, 11-1
2010 Regionals York (Pa.) w, 9-6
2010 Regionals Mary Washington W, 10-5
2010 Regionals Salisbury W, 6-4
2010 Championships Ill. Wesleyan L, 7-5
2010 Championships Johns Hopkins L, 7-4
2011 Regionals Wabash W, 4-0
2011 Regionals Piedmont W, 14-5
2011 Regionals Piedmont W, 6-1
2011 Regionals Salisbury L, 9-8
2011 Regionals Salisbury L, 8-7
2012 Regionals Rowan W, 5-4
2012 Regionals Salisbury W, 6-1
2012 Regionals Salisbury L, 2-1 (14 Innings)
2012 Regionals Christopher Newport L, 9-5
2014 Regionals Covnant W, 11-3
2014 Brady Tom Number New Name Patriots amp; Adult England Regionals Birmingham Southern W, 5-4
2014 Regionals Bridgewater L, 5-3
2014 Regionals Emory L, 12-8
2015 Regionals Adrian W, 5-1
2015 Regionals Heidelberg L, 5-0
2015 Regionals Frostburg State L, 7-2
2016 Brady Tom Number New Name Patriots amp; Adult England Regionals Marietta W, 3-2
2016 Regionals Birmingham Southern W, 6-2
2016 Regionals Emory L, 14-7
Brady Tom Number New Name Patriots amp; Adult England 2016 Regionals Birmingham Southern W, 10-8
2016 Regionals Emory L, 15-2
2017 Regionals Maritime (N.Y.) W, 5-3
2017 Regionals Wheaton (Mass.) L, 6-0
2017 Regionals Lesley W, 4-1
2017 Regionals Alvernia W, 8-6
2017 Regionals Johns Hopkins W, 4-2
2017 Regionals Wheaton (Mass.) W, 5-4
2017 Regionals Wheaton (Mass.) L, 1-0
2018 Regionals Marietta W, 3-2
2018 Regionals Wooster L, 13-5
2018 Regionals Ithaca L, 7-5

Men’s Basketball[edit]

Current Coach Adam Walsh (2017–present)
Record under current Coach 8-18
Championships ESAC
  • 1989
  • 1990
  • 1991

Dixie

  • 1996
NCAA Appearances First Round
  • 1989
  • 1991
  • 1996
Facilities James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & Events Center

1188 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

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Current Coach Andy Marrocco (2005–present)
NCAA Appearances Regionals
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2008
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2015
  • 2017

Championships

  • 2010 Josiah Renton
  • 2013 Ryan Taylor
Facilities Kernstown Battlefield

610 Battle Park Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Football[edit]

Current Coach Scott Yoder (2013–present)
Record under current Coach 29-31
Championships USA SOUTH
  • 2003 (Co-Champions)
  • 2004 (Co-Champions)
NCAA Appearances FIRST ROUND
  • 2004
Facilities Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium

1122 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Football Championship[edit]

NCAA Appearances[edit]

Year Round Opponent Result
2004 First Round Delaware Valley L 21-17

Men’s Golf[edit]

Current Coach Scott Singhass (2006–present)
Facilities Winchester Country Club

1300 Senseny Rd

Winchester, VA 22602

Men’s Lacrosse[edit]

Current Coach Tim Marshall (2014–present)
Record under current Coach 30-51
Facilities Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium

1122 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Men’s Soccer[edit]

Current Coach Vacant position

Scott Hackett (Interim)

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Championships
NCAA Appearances
Facilities Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium

1122 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Men’s Tennis[edit]

Current Coach Larry Hubbard (2009–present)
Record under current Coach 91-148
Facilities Lowery Tennis Courts

1460 University Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Men’s Track & Field (Indoor & Outdoor)[edit]

Current Coach Andy Marrocco (2005–present)
Championships USA South

ODAC

Facilities James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & Events Center

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Winchester, VA 22601

Women's Programs[edit]

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Women’s Basketball[edit]

Current Coach Melissa Smeltzer-Kraft (2013–present)
Record under current Coach 49-87
Championships Dixie
  • 1996
  • 2000

ODAC

  • 2019
NCAA Appearances First Round
  • 1996
  • 2000
  • 2019
Facilities James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & Events Center

1188 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Women's Basketball Championships[edit]

The Shenandoah University Women's Basketball Program claimed its first ever ODAC Championship in 2019 after defeating 9th seed Bridgewater College 79-60 in the first round, top seeded Guilford College in the ODAC quarterfinals 52-49 in overtime, 4th seeded Randolph-Macon College 58-41 in the ODAC semifinals, and Washington & Lee University 63-53 in the ODAC championship. Shenandoah became the lowest seed to ever win the ODAC championship as the 8th seed in the tournament and they earned the ODAC's automatic bid to the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

NCAA Appearances[edit]

Year Round Opponent Result
2019 First Round DeSales L, 49-77


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Current Coach Andy Marrocco (2005–present)
Championships USA SOUTH
  • 2010
NCAA Appearances Regionals
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2008
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018

Championships

  • 2010 Amy Smith
Facilities Kernstown Battlefield

610 Battle Park Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Field Hockey[edit]

Current Coach Ashley Smeltzer-Kraft (2013–present)
Record under current Coach 71-46
Championships ODAC
  • 2016
NCAA Appearances First Round
  • 2016
Facilities Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium

1122 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

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The Shenandoah University Field Hockey Program captured its first ever ODAC Championship in the fall of 2016 after defeating Washington & Lee University. SU would earn an automatic bid the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

NCAA Appearances[edit]

Year Round Opponent Result
2016 First Round Rocherster (N.Y.) L, 0-2

Women’s Golf[edit]

Current Coach Scott Singhass (2014–present)
Tournaments Won 2017-2018
  • Marlin Invitational

2018-2019

  • PSU-Altoona Invitational
Facilities Winchester Country Club

1300 Senseny Rd

Winchester, VA 22602

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Current Coach Lindsey Lutz (2009–present)
Record under current Coach 94-76
Championships USA SOUTH
  • 2005
Facilities Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium

1122 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Women's Lacrosse Championships[edit]

The women's lacrosse team captured its first-ever conference championship in the spring of 2005 after defeating Methodist 17-13 in the USA South Athletic Conference Championship match.

Women’s Soccer[edit]

Current Coach Elizabeth Pike (2007–present)
Record under current Coach 123-104-7
Championships USA South
  • 2011
NCAA Appearances First Round
  • 2011
Facilities Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium

1122 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, VA 22601

Women's Soccer Championships[edit]

In the fall of 2011, the women's soccer team won the USA South Conference Championship for the first time in school history. The team also played in the first round of the NCAA tournament for the first time.

NCAA Appearances[edit]

Year Round Opponent Result
2011 First Round Rowan L, 1-0 OT

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Current Coach Marlena Kotynski (2005–present)
Record under current Coach Brady Tom Number New Name Patriots amp; Adult England 260-297-1
Championships USA South
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  • 2011
NCAA Appearances First Round
  • 2011
Facilities Henkel Harris Field

Jim Barnett Park

1001 E. Cork Street

Winchester, Va. 22601

Softball Championships[edit]

  • In the spring of 2008, the women's softball team captured its first-ever USA South Athletic Conference regular-season championship in school history, finishing with a record of 30-12 (15-3 in conference).
  • In the spring of 2011, the softball team won the USA South Athletic Conference Tournament Championship, the first in school history. SU defeated Christopher Newport University 4-1 and 4-2, earning an automatic bid into the NCAA Regional Tournament.

NCAA Appearances[edit]

Year Round Opponent Brady Tom Number New Name Patriots amp; Adult England Result
2011 Regionals Rowan W, 4-1
2011 Regionals Salisbury L, 4-0
2011 Regionals Kean W, 6-1
2011 Regionals Rowan L, 8-1

Volleyball[edit]

Current Coach Jaime Terenzi (2010–present)
Record under current Coach 129-137
Facilities James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & Events Center

Shenandoah University

Winchester, VA 22601

Academic All-America List[edit]

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Name Year(s) Named Sport(s) Major(s) Hometown
Courtney Beard 2007 Field Hockey/Lacrosse Business Administration Manchester, Md.
Liz Bereit 2015 Women's Lacrosse Sport Management Latrobe, Pa.
Catherine Beuerle 2008, 2009 Softball Doctor of Physical Therapy Lynchburg, Va.
Kevin Brashears 2011 Baseball Business Administration/Kinesiology Hagerstown, Md.
Danielle Burris 2015, 2016 Women's Soccer Doctor of Physical Therapy Cooksville, Md.
Nick Erdman 2012 Football Doctor of Physical Therapy Moseley, Va.
Deanna Estes 1998 Women's Lacrosse Biology Rochelle, Va.
Kyle Feldman 2011 Football Doctor of Physical Therapy Woodstock, Md.
Katie Haskins 2009 Brady Tom Number New Name Patriots amp; Adult England Softball Doctor of Physical Therapy Montville, N.J.
Caleb Hutson 2017 Football Sport Management Fairfax, Va.
Jake Loew 2017 Baseball Business Administration Binghamton, N.Y.
Michael Paul 2014 Baseball Mathematics Red Hill, Pa.
Teddy Rogers 2007, 2008 Men's Lacrosse Chemistry/Biology Rochester, N.Y.
Renee Summerson 2008 Women's Soccer Doctor of Pharmacy Hempfield, Pa.
Greg Van Sickler 2010 Baseball Business Administration Stephenson, Va.
Alex Wessel 2017 Women's Soccer Political Science/Global Studies Severn, Md.
Daniel Ziccardy 2007 Baseball Political Science/Spanish Harrisonburg, Va.

Facilities[edit]

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Bridgeforth Field Jim Barnett Park

1001 East Cork Street

Winchester, Virginia 22601

  • Baseball
Henkel Harris Field Jim Barnett Park

1001 East Cork Street

Winchester, Virginia 22601

  • Softball
James R. Wilkins Jr. Athletics and Events Center 1188 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, Virginia 22601

  • Men's and Women's Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Men's and Women's Indoor Track and  Field
Kernstown Battlefield 610 Battle Park Drive

Winchester, Virginia 22601

  • Men's and Women's Cross Country
Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium 1122 Ralph Shockey Drive

Winchester, Virginia 22601

  • Football
  • Men's and Women's Soccer
  • Men's and Women's Lacrosse
  • Field Hockey
Tennis Courts 1460 University Drive

Winchester, Virginia 22601

  • Men's and Women's Tennis
Toan Strength and Fitness Center Aikens Athletic Center

1300 L.P. Drive

Winchester, Virginia 22601

All Varsity Sports
Winchester Country Club 1300 Senseny Road

Winchester, Virginia 22602

  • Men's and Women's Golf
  • Men's and Women's Indoor Tennis

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2004 NCAA Division III National Football Championship Bracket" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. p. 15. Retrieved January 19, 2015.

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