One hundred years ago, the Longwood women’s basketball team began a new chapter in the story of the institution.
AS PART OF this year’s 100th Season Anniversary of Longwood Athletics, Longwood will host a pair of on-campus celebrations recognizing the historical achievements of Lancers past.
Women’s soccer forward Emilie Kupsov ’20, an exercise science major, has lit up the scoreboard since her freshman year, and the senior recently joined elite company by reaching the 20-goal plateau.
Longwood fans got their first look at the 2019-20 Lancer men’s and women’s basketball teams during the annual Lancer Madness season tipoff event Oct. 22.
It would be an understatement to say Amadeo Blasco ’20 didn’t make a good first impression on his new head tennis coach, Jhonnatan Medina Alvarez.
In her 22 years as head coach of Longwood’s softball program, Kathy Riley has inspired hundreds of student-athletes.
For more than a decade, Michelle Meadows had been a behind-thescenes driver of the growth and development of Longwood athletics. Now entering her 14th year in the department, the 2001 Virginia Tech graduate and first-ballot Hokie Hall-of-Famer will continue that push on the front lines as Longwood’s new athletics director.
A Big South championship in softball; top-three conference finishes in field hockey, women’s lacrosse and women’s soccer; and the first Division I postseason appearance and postseason victory for men’s basketball.
Nick Reed’s passion for running has taken him places.
Longwood made softball history in the Big South Conference this year with a record-setting fifth conference championship.