In an open letter to students, faculty, and staff, Southern Virginia University President Reed N. Wilcox announced "the University is coming home to Crimson" as its official heritage color. Crimson was the University's initial primary color for eight years after its renewal in 1996.
Hunter Taylor (Ashland, Va./Patrick Henry) is all about taking advantage of opportunities. Born with a significant hearing loss, Taylor received a MED-EL cochlear implant when he was two years old, giving him the opportunity to hear.
The Marymount (Va.) University athletics department is happy to announce the newest addition to the Saint family, as Director of Athletics Jamie Reynolds announced Dan Liberto as the new Head Men's Volleyball Coach on Tuesday afternoon.
EMU men's volleyball setter Christian Taylor (Richmond, Va./Deep Run) is getting a once in a lifetime experience this month, representing his country and his sport in Brazil. Taylor is on the USA D-3 Volleyball Team, which is playing matches in different locations around the South American country over a 10-day period.
For the third match in a row, Juniata men's volleyball faced a deficit and needed a comeback to win their match against Wentworth in the NCAA Quarterfinals. The Leopards would not oblige as they defeated JC 3-0 on Friday night at Blake Arean on the campus of Springfield College. The Leopards advance to play SUNY New Paltz in tomorrow's semifinals.
Staring down a 2-0 deficit against NYU in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night, the Juniata men's volleyball team saved its biggest comeback of the season for the right time. The Eagles rallied for a thrilling 3-2 victory in front of a packed and raucous Memorial Gym crowd to advance to the NCAA quarterfinals next Friday in Springfield, Mass.
After four years of building a strong foundation for the Marymount (Va.) University men's volleyball team, Head Coach Hudson Bates has announced his resignation and acceptance of an assistant women's volleyball coaching position at the University of Virginia.
After their impressive showings in the Continental Volleyball Conference Tournament last week, both Juniata College and Eastern Mennonite University are back into the latest American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 15 Poll; joining Marymount University.
The Juniata men's volleyball team now knows who their opponent is and where they will play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Eagles will host the Violets of New York University on Saturday at Memorial Gymnasium.
For the first time in Continental Volleyball Conference history, the championship match went to five sets and it did not disappoint as Juniata College avoided six match points and came from behind to defeat Eastern Mennonite University 3-2.
Juniata College entered the 2017 Continental Volleyball Conference as the hottest team in the league, winners of their last six matches. They picked up lucky number seven on Friday afternoon, defeating defending champion Stevenson University 3-1 to advance to the CVC Championship match on Saturday.
It was only fitting that the CVC Tournament semifinals match between Marymount University and Eastern Mennonite University ended on a block. The #4 seed Eastern Mennonite recorded 20 blocks in the match as they blocked the path to a title for #1 seed Marymount University.
After over three months on the court, four teams have advanced to the 2017 Continental Volleyball Conference Tournament for a chance to earn the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Men's Volleyball Championship. The CVC Tournament will take place this weekend, April 14-15, on the campus of Marymount University.
After having multiple teams ranked in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 15 poll all season long, Marymount University is the lone Continental Volleyball Conference representative in the poll for the final week of the regular season.
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Marymount University further solidified their ranking in the latest American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III Men's Volleyball Poll, moving up one spot from last week while fellow Continental Volleyball Conference member Eastern Mennonite University remained in the top 15 rankings.
The sixth annual NCAA Division III week will be held next week, April 3-9. Division III week is a positive opportunity for all individuals associated with Division III to recognize the impact of athletics and of student-athletes on campus and in their surrounding community.
The Eastern College Athletic Conference recognized junior right-side hitter TJ Wiechecki of the No. 9 Marymount (Va.) University men's volleyball team as the ECAC Division III South Player of the Week for the second time this season on Wednesday afternoon.