The Page County Sheriff Department has recovered the remains of who they believe to be Joy Schultz. Schultz had been missing from her home in Shenandoah VA, since Early September and her case was upgraded to missing and endangered or possible murder in October.
An autopsy and forensic testing will determine whether or not remains found in Virginia are indeed Joy Schultz. Continue reading
Virginia’s 2014-15 recruiting class has been tabbed second nationally by Baseball America, marking the best recruiting ranking in program history. The previous best was an eighth-place ranking by Baseball America in 2005 and 2011. Continue reading
First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe is leading efforts this fall to make sure there is help available for low-income Virginians who have difficulty paying their heating bills.
The First Lady appears in a new Public Service Announcement encouraging individuals and families to apply for fuel assistance through the Energy Assistance Program, which is implemented by the Virginia Department of Social Services. Applications are being accepted now through Friday, Nov. 14. Continue reading
The James Madison men’s soccer team ended its two-game losing streak Wednesday night with a 2-0 victory over College of Charleston in Colonial Athletic Association action at University Park. Continue reading
Rested and ready to get back on the field after their bye week, the Dukes are headed to Charlotte, North Carolina, to take on the 49ers at noon on Saturday, October 25th. While Coach Withers and his staff work hard to secure a win for JMU Nation, here’s a look at a few keys to victory for the Dukes this weekend. Continue reading
The Virginia Tech women’s soccer team hits the road on Thursday night to face ACC-foe Syracuse at 7 p.m. looking to halt a recent losing skid.
The Hokies are coming off of two-straight losses to No. 2 Florida State and Wake Forest. Both games were decided by one goal and could have gone either way, but in the end Tech took a loss in each. On Saturday, when the Hokies fell to Wake Forest, they were a foot away from scoring on three different plays but a shot from 30 yards out from Wake’s Kim Marshall lifted the visiting Demon Deacons over Tech, 1-0. Continue reading
Virginia Tech and West Virginia University have come to a mutual agreement in which the two schools will play each other in common varsity sports when schedules permit over the next several years, starting in 2014-15. The series will be called the Black Diamond Challenge, a tribute to the region’s history in the coal industry. Continue reading
Season tickets for the 2014-15 Virginia men’s basketball season are sold out.The season ticket total of 9,966 surpassed the previous record of 9,105 for the 2007-08 season. This represents a 29 percent increase from last season (7,718) when the Cavaliers won 30 games and captured the ACC regular season and tournament titles in the same season for the first time in school history. Continue reading
The third-ranked Virginia women’s soccer team continues a three-game road trip Thursday as it visits Duke. Game time at Koskinen Stadium in Durham, N.C. is 7 p.m. and the matchup will be broadcast on ESPN3. Continue reading
Virginia Tech is the first college or university in the country to receive accreditation by the Emergency Management Accreditation Program, an independent non-profit organization that has established rigorous national standards for emergency planning. Continue reading