FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – Penn State Harrisburg senior Cameron Yon (Patuxent River, Md./Great Mills) was honored by the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) athletic directors as the 2018-19 CAC Male Athlete of the Year.
Christopher Newport is ranked 26th in the final fall standings of the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup, headlining a contingent of four Capital Athletic Conference schools in the rankings. Along with CNU, other CAC schools in the standings include Mary Washington in 63rd place, Salisbury in 74th position and Frostburg State in 91st.
Chris Roekle joins the Capital Athletic Conference after five years with the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC, NCAA D-II) as Associate Commissioner for Championships and External Relations. Roekle modernized promotional and publicity efforts with an emphasis on enhancing the student-athlete experience with a focus on social media-based platforms and an enhanced championships experience.
The University of Mary Washington Athletic Department is proud to announce the 23rd Athletic Hall of Fame Induction class. Inductees include former NCAA record holder and All-American Caitlin Erickson Moore '08, All-America women's basketball record breaker Liz Hickey '08, standout baseball star Joe Kruper '92, men's basketball record holder Mike Lee '07, and long-time successful coach of women's soccer and men's lacrosse Kurt Glaeser.
University of Mary Washington president Troy Paino has been appointed to the NCAA Division III Chancellors/Presidents Advisory Group. Paino is among 23 presidents and chancellors from across the U.S. who will advise the Division III Presidents Council, the highest governing body in the division.
Former Mary Washington women's lacrosse standout Kirsten Littlefield has been named as one of the Top 30 honorees for the 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year Award, the Woman of the Year selection committee announced on Thursday.
The Salisbury University Athletics Hall of Fame will add six new members in 2018 when the latest class is inducted on Homecoming Weekend. This year's class for the hall of fame will feature Sue Ackermann (women's lacrosse), Erin Budd (field hockey), Chase Caruso (men's lacrosse), Brad DeHaven (football), Dan Lader (men's soccer), and Justin Smith (men's lacrosse).
Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Commissioner Jeff Ligney and Babson College Senior Director of Athletics and Athletic Advancement Mike Lynch announced on Wednesday that the school’s men’s golf program has been accepted as an associate member of the league, effective immediately.
The York College athletic department is proud to announce that Tim Bohlman, Chris Brower and Ashley Swope have been selected for induction into the York College Athletic Hall of Fame. The trio will comprise the 28th class in the history of the Athletic Hall of Fame.