Field Hockey, Soccer

Fall Sports Round-Up: August 21

Women’s Soccer (0-1): Todd Dyer’s squad finished the preseason with a 1-0 loss to VCU and a 1-1 draw with JMU and on Friday it was time to officially open the season against Richmond in Farmville. Longwood struggled against the visiting Spiders, losing 3-0 to a squad Richmond squad picked to finish eleventh in the 14 […]

Read more
Men's Basketball

Lotanna Nwogbo joins Argentine League

Longwood alum Lotanna Nwogbo has signed his first professional contract with Gimnasia Comodoro Rivadavia of the Liga Nacional de Basquet in Argentina. Nwogbo will join fellow American and ETSU product Rashawn Rembert for the club located on the southwestern coast of Argentina. After averaging 15.9 points and 8.2 rebounds last year, Nwogbo joins Quincy Taylor (England), […]

Read more
Men's Basketball

Longwood adds Obi Romeo

Last week came the news of Al Burge’s departure for the Division II level and Jayson Gee has quickly filled the void with 6’10 big man Obi Romeo. Romeo was initially recruited by Longwood in Gee’s first season and nearly came to Farmville. Instead the three star recruit headed to Philadelphia to play for the […]

Read more
Soccer

Women’s Soccer Preview

Todd Dyer’s Lady Lancers kick off the official beginning of the year for Longwood athletics this week when they host Richmond at home on August 19. Here is all you need to know about this year’s team. How did last season go? Longwood went 9-8-2 a season ago with a 5-3-2 mark in conference play, […]

Read more
Men's Basketball

UPDATE: Smith no longer expected at Longwood

UPDATE (8/18): According to Smith’s mom via twitter, he will not be attending Longwood. Rice transfer Amir Smith is expected to transfer to Longwood according to ESPN.  Smith is the son of Norfolk native and former Maryland and NBA standout Joe Smith. During his freshman year the 6’6 forward appeared in 24 games averaging 1 […]

Read more
Men's Basketball

Al Burge transfers to Division 2 Program

Longwood guard Al Burge has transferred to the University of Charleston, a Division II squad. Burge announced the move on instagram and speculatively left a quote referencing coach Gee. “Players want to know that you’ll be their coach for life, not just until they graduate and they are done playing for you. Your players have […]

Read more
Big South

Big South realignment back in the news

The biggest on-going story in college sports this summer has definitely been the Big XII and the expansion of the Power 5 conference with the possible likes of BYU, Cincinnati, Houston, and plenty of others. The imminent move will certainly have ripple effects throughout the college landscape and they will definitely hit the Big South.

Read more
Men's Basketball

Lancers hunting Class of 2018 forwards

Longwood has a plethora of guards but the frontcourt is a bit thin after Khris Lane and Jahleem Montague progress their careers in Willett Hall.  The past couple of weeks coach Gee has offered 2018 power forwards Jimmy Nichols and KJ Henry to start to build a formidable frontcourt. Henry is a 6’5, 220 lbs […]

Read more