Health promotion major Jacqueline Needle ’24 was honored last month with the Maryland State Best Buddies Volunteer Award. Only one person per state wins the award.
Kelsey Spickler ’24, a Westover Honors Fellow from Bridgewater, Virginia, has been named the 2023-24 Richard Clarke Sommerville Scholar. The award, the University of Lynchburg’s highest academic honor, was presented on Nov. 13 at the West Room in Drysdale Student Center.
An article in the latest issue of the The Chronicle of the Horse features Lynchburg’s equestrian program. Writer Laura Lemon spoke with Director of Riding Phillip Williamson and several student-athletes about the program’s success since his arrival in December 2020.
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.
Don’t call it beginner’s luck. In the game of golf, you make your own luck. But as a newcomer to the collegiate game, University of Lynchburg’s Lily Self ’23 immediately made waves for the Hornets’ new women’s golf program.
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.
University of Lynchburg is pleased to announce the expansion of its Equestrian Program. The College has hired Merrilee “Mimi” Wroten, the longtime coach at Sweet Briar College, as the Director […]