By Sammi Goldsmith, senior
I recently worked the Duke University women’s basketball camp. Working a camp at a big-time, Division I basketball school was new to me, but the 7 a.m. alarms and tired legs are something I know very well. Basketball has been a part of my life since the age of five and I love ...more
I honestly don’t know where to begin. What I’ve been saying to parents, professors, classmates, and others since March 2nd is that this program has come so far in the four years that I’ve been here, that this year was a huge step in Lynchburg basketball history, and that we should be proud of what ...more
Guest post by Assistant Coach Ann Dorris '14
For around 13 years, being a basketball player defined much of my life. I began playing on teams from the second I was old enough and when that final horn blew in the ODAC semifinals last year, I was nowhere near ready to stop. I had all kinds ...more
Sophomore Jaimie Grace, a business major and a forward/center on the Hornet women's basketball team, narrates her unique summer study abroad trip to Australia.
By Jaimie Grace
This summer I traveled to Australia with 19 other Lynchburg College students for a month long study abroad trip. The trip, organized by the American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS), ...more
My three children have been around my team since they were born and I told them when they turned 10 years old they could be on the sideline during a game. Last February my oldest daughter, Holly turned 10. No sooner than us celebrating her birthday did she remind me that she is now allowed ...more
Logan Short is someone that comes around only once in awhile. Logan was a walk on from Delaware and he had an infectious personality. He knew all of the mascots of everybody's high school and was always trying to find out new trivia.
On the field, Logan earned his way onto our team and in his ...more
Adam Tinklepaugh won the Sommerville Scholar award in 2006. This award is the most prestigious award given to a student at Lynchburg College. Adam had a resume that was very thick and it included being a PASS Leader, EMS, Lacrosse player, etc.
I still remember talking with Adam that night on the phone and he told ...more
A Way of Life
One of the highlights of this job is getting the chance to sit down with some alumni, talk, and share some of our greatest memories. It is almost unbelievable to think that I am entering my 17th year as head coach. I cannot begin to tell you about the impact the student ...more