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VMI athletics regrets to announce the passing of Tony Conway ’01, former men’s soccer assistant coach and three-year men’s soccer letterwinner.
The Virginia General Assembly appears to be on pace to wrap its work up early this year. Unfortunately, Old Man Winter is far from being done with his work. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks politics and cold weather with host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450AM in Lexington, Va.
After losing four games due to weather in the last week, the James Madison baseball team has added a pair of home contests for the beginning of next week, as the Dukes will now play host to VMI on Sunday andMonday afternoon, Feb. 22-23.
Due to the heavy snow that fell on the Lexington area Monday and the expected frigid weather expected this coming weekend, the annual VMI Tournament has been cancelled for the 2015 season.
First-year VMI head football coach Scott Wachenheim will make his debut on Thursday night, September 3, when the Keydets travel to Muncie, Indiana to face Ball State in the 2015 season opener.
Freshman Brandon Barbery shut out the North Florida Ospreys over six innings in his collegiate debut, and Ray Lopez continued his sizzling opening weekend by driving in the eventual winning run as the VMI Keydets defeated UNF, 2-1, in the finale of the three-game, season-opening series Sunday in Jacksonville, Fla.
In a game that had four ties, five lead changes, 27 runs and 37 hits, the North Florida Ospreys broke open the contest with seven runs in the eighth inning and went on to defeat the VMI Keydets, 16-11, in non-conference baseball action Saturday in Jacksonville, Fla.
In a back-and-forth game that featured four ties and five lead changes, the Virginia Military Institute lacrosse team fell 11-8 in its home opener Saturday afternoon against former conference foe Mount St. Mary’s University at Drill Field #2.
The VMI Regimental Unit is among the 20 marching bands that will participate in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses® 2016 Rose Parade.
Jordan Tarsovich homered as the second batter of the game, Andrew Woods pitched seven strong innings and the bullpen retired six of the seven batters it faced to close out the game as the VMI Keydets defeated the North Florida Ospreys, 3-1, Friday night in Jacksonville, Fla.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks Virginia politics with host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450AM in Lexington, Va.
For 65 years, Hull’s Drive-In has been a favorite destination for both locals and visitors alike. The support of the community has been crucial to saving the drive-in since 1999 when the screen went dark.
Brian Brown hit nine three-pointers, tying a school record, and the VMI Keydets made 24 as a team to tie another program mark as the Keydets routed the Furman Paladins, 93-59, in Southern Conference basketball action Thursday night at Cameron Hall in Lexington, Va.
A procession of the country’s political stars, including presidents, cabinet officials and campaign strategists, has traveled to Lexington, Virginia, every four years since 1908 to participate in Washington and Lee University’s presidential Mock Convention.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks college basketball with host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450AM in Lexington, Va. The focus is on second-ranked UVA, Virginia Tech and its home win over Georgia Tech on Monday night, the ACC regular-season race and how teams are positioned for March Madness.