Tag: Southern Conference
VMI redshirt junior quarterback Al Cobb was named to the preseason first team All-Southern Conference squad.
A two-out triple by Bret Hines in the 10th inning scored the winning run as The Citadel Bulldogs defeated the VMI Keydets, 3-2.
VMI first baseman Collin Fleischer was voted Second Team All-SoCon as the SoCon baseball postseason awards were announced Monday.
VMI baseball will wrap up the regular season, beginning Thursday at Samford. The series will begin with a doubleheader at noon.
VMI baseball announced multiple schedule changes Tuesday morning, affecting the majority of the remainder of the team’s contests.
VMI baseball returns to action, and wraps up its 2016 home schedule Friday when the Keydets play host to the Furman Paladins at 4 p.m.
The Samford Bulldogs claimed a 92-85 overtime win over the VMI Keydets on Friday in first-round action at the Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Championship.
VMI junior guard Q.J. Peterson was named SoCon Player of the Week for games played November 24 through November 30.
Five VMI football cadet-athletes were named to 2015 All-Southern Conference postseason teams as announced by the league office Tuesday in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Looking to make a postseason run, the VMI men’s soccer team fell to host Mercer University by a 7-0 score in a Southern Conference quarterfinal Saturday afternoon in Macon, Georgia to complete the 2015 campaign.
Playing in a steady downpour that at one point caused a lengthy weather delay, the top-seeded Samford Bulldogs scored three times in the first half and went on to a 3-0 win over the #9 VMI Keydets in the quarterfinals of the 2015 SoCon Women’s Soccer Championship, contested Saturday night in Birmingham, Ala.
The VMI Keydets got a huge win last week at Mercer, breaking a 30-game road losing streak dating back to 2010. A win today at home against Wofford (3-5, 1-3 Southern Conference) would give VMI (2-6, 1-3 SoCon) its first back-to-back conference wins since 2005.
Demetra Protogyrou scored to start round seven of a penalty kick shootout, and Darien Dunham capped a spectacular performance with a save on Peyton McCollum as the VMI Keydets prevailed in a shootout, 3-2, over the Chattanooga Mocs in the first round of the 2015 Southern Conference Women’s Soccer Championship Wednesday night in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Virginia Military Institute junior wide receiver Aaron Sanders (Stafford, Va.) was tabbed Southern Conference Offensive Player of the Week for games played Saturday, October 24.
Junior Aaron Sanders set a new VMI record for catches in a game and the Keydet defense posted a game-deciding stop in the final minutes as the VMI Keydets defeated the Mercer Bears, 28-21, in SoCon football action Saturday in Macon, Ga. With the win, VMI broke a 30-game road losing streak that had dated to Oct. 23, 2010.
VMI junior guard Q.J. Peterson was named to the 2015-16 Southern Conference Preseason All-Conference team as voted by the conference coaches. The league made the announcement Thursday from its office in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
The VMI Keydets nearly pulled off the upset, but the #6-ranked Chattanooga Mocs converted on a fourth down in the waning moments to seal a dramatic 33-27 win in SoCon football action Saturday afternoon at VMI’s Foster Stadium.
VMI football has been competitive in 2015 under first-year head coach Scott Wachenheim. The Keydets have a chance to show how competitive they can be Saturday with #6 Chattanooga in town.
Looking to start the season fresh at home with the opening of conference play, the VMI men’s soccer team fell to SoCon member Furman University by a 3-0 score Saturday afternoon at Patchin Field.
The Southern Conference announced Monday that it will permit member institutions to award cost of attendance stipends to student-athletes effective with the 2016-17 academic year.
#8 seed The Citadel Bulldogs scored eight runs over their final three at-bats to overcome a three-run deficit and went on to defeat the fourth-seeded VMI Keydets, 10-5, in game 11 of the 2015 SoCon Baseball Championship in Charleston, S.C.