Women’s Club Soccer and Their Big Win

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The women’s club soccer team poses for a team picture for the 2019-2020 campaign on Shellenberger Field.  Picture retrieved from the Lynchburg Club Sports Website.

     On Sunday, Oct. 28, the women’s club soccer team travelled to Christopher Newport University (CNU) in Newport News, Va. to compete in a match against their club team.  With a slippery field and a gloomy day, the Lady Hornets came out on top in a tough match by a score of 2 to 0. Senior Caitlyn Harper scored both goals for the day.

     “We went down to CNU with 12 players and an 80% chance of rain in the forecast.  Even with this, however, we not only won but dominated the game. It was a hard fought fight, and our girls gave it their all.  We landed on top with a 2-0 victory as a result of the team bonding and sheer love for the game that we all share. The team never stopped working hard, going that extra inch for their teammates,” said Harper.

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Club Sports Are Family

 

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Club sports athletes sit around the LOVE sign in the middle of the Dell in Aug. 2019.  Picture retrieved from the Lynchburg Club Sports Website

Caitlin Dorsch ~ Copy Desk Chief

Students are given an outlet to play sports that they are interested in or love through the club sport opportunities at the University of Lynchburg.  For students who are seeking a way to relieve stress or to just have fun being active, club sports is a great path to try!   Continue reading “Club Sports Are Family”

Club Sports: Budgeting Woes

Matt Fichtel, Guest Writer~

There are currently 15 active club sports teams on campus, so the problem for the new club sports director, Benjamin Smith, has been to find out how to divide the budget between each team. Smith said that teams are not experiencing budget cuts but a reallocation of funds. This reallocation has affected some of the new, up-and-coming teams more than it has the older, more established teams. Continue reading “Club Sports: Budgeting Woes”