The University of Lynchburg announced today that its equestrian program has reached an agreement with Liberty University to ride from the Liberty Mountain Equestrian Center in 2020-21 and beyond.
A new initiative is giving Lynchburg supporters the chance to help update five athletics facilities on campus. “Five for the Hive” includes improvements to Turner Gymnasium; Shellenberger, Moon, and Fox fields; as well as the tennis courts.
The University of Lynchburg men’s lacrosse team beat Sewanee 14-12 Wednesday night in the first-round game of the NCAA Division III tournament. Thunderstorms forced more than two hours of weather delays, and the Sewanee Tigers took the lead for a time, but the Hornets battled back and won their home game on Shellenberger Field. Lynchburg […]
Dominick Gutierrez ’19 found inclusion and a place to embrace his identity by playing tennis at University of Lynchburg. He shared the experience in an article on Outsports.com, a website that features the stories of gay athletes. Before attending University of Lynchburg, he struggled with insecurities about being gay. “I decided to attend University of Lynchburg […]
The club sports program at University of Lynchburg is surging ahead. Club sports students to engage in athletic contests without the level of commitment required for a Division III intercollegiate team. Students-athletes on club sports team practice, compete wtih club teams from other schools, and handle most aspects of managing the teams. Vision 2020, the strategic […]
A year ago, the University of Lynchburg women’s basketball team was on its way to the program’s first ever conference championship. This year, the Hornets are enjoying another phenomenal year. The team has achieved a seven-game winning streak and remains undefeated in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Including games played in the last season, the women […]
The Society of Health and Physical Educators has selected Morgan Singer ’16 as a Major of the Year, an annual award that recognizes outstanding undergraduate students. She will receive the award at the national SHAPE America Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in April. Morgan is currently student-teaching in Lynchburg-area public schools.
After securing the second highest number of fans in the nation, a group of University of Lynchburg alumni will make their first appearance in a nationwide basketball tournament with a $1 million prize this weekend. On Saturday at 12:30 p.m., the LC Alumni Club team will play at Philadelphia University. The game will be livestreamed […]
Softball’s Hope Johnson ’15 and lacrosse’s Austin Stewart ’16 have been featured in news stories recently.
Event raises money for team’s program that mentors Dunbar Middle School students and supports education for women in Africa.