Pronounced po-lay po-lay, this Swahili phrase means “slowly by slowly.” Oftentimes, it’s used by hikers summiting Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania to remind themselves to take the 19,341-foot climb one step at a time.
The Hornets earned their spot atop the college baseball world and won their first national championship in program history with a 7-6 victory over Johns Hopkins University Thursday.
First it was Brandon Pond. Then it was Wesley Arrington. Now it’s Zack Potts. The University of Lynchburg graduate student pitched the third consecutive complete game for the Hornets in the NCAA Division III baseball national championship Wednesday.
The University of Lynchburg baseball team won 7-1 Monday and punched its ticket to the NCAA Division III baseball national championship series.
After two wins at the 2023 NCAA Baseball Championship, the University of Lynchburg baseball team is just one game away from the championship series in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
The University of Lynchburg baseball team punched its ticket to the NCAA Division III national championship with a win over Shenandoah in the Lynchburg super regional on Saturday.
For the first time in program history, the University of Lynchburg baseball team has advanced to the NCAA Division III super regionals. They’ll host Shenandoah in an NCAA super regional at the Bank of the James Stadium in Lynchburg, Virginia, beginning Friday, May 26.
Since moving to its new home at Patrick Henry Family Services Farm last summer, the University of Lynchburg’s equestrian program has been busy building an outdoor arena and adding horses — thanks to donors like Dr. Charles R. Chandler and his wife, Vickie, whose gift of $100,000 will support the renovations.
Shea Alheit ’21, ’23 MSAT has always loved baseball. “When I was playing Little League, I refused to switch from baseball to softball,” the second-year Master of Science in Athletic Training student from Chesapeake, Virginia, said. “I used to dream I would be the first girl in Major League Baseball.”
Aubrey R. Moon Jr. Field has long been one of the most scenic sites in NCAA Division III to take in an intercollegiate softball game. Now the University of Lynchburg’s historic venue is about to get even better.