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Royal Men Ranked In National Poll For First Time Ever

For the first time in school history, Eastern Mennonite has cracked the top 25 of a national poll in men’s basketball. The Runnin Royals have already set the mark for best start in school history, and this week took the No. 24 spot in the D3hoops.com national ranking. Read more… ...More

Men’s Basketball Season Preview

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Player of the Week: Yuki Onodora

Chase Yutzy, Weather Vane student newspaper First-year Yuki Onodora (Photo by Chelsie Gordon) The distance between Ebetusu, Japan and Harrisonburg, Virginia is roughly 10,000 miles. First-year Yuki Onodora is worlds away from wh ...More

Royals Sweep Series from Marlins with 70-63 Road Win

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Pick-Me-Ups For EMU Star Johnson

By Matthew Stoss, Daily News-Record EMU student athlete George Johnson It’s easy to see. Just watch George Johnson smile, his mannerisms, his walk. He knows – or at least sells a convincing illusion that he knows – what’s happe ...More

Royals Upset Preseason ODAC #2 Virginia Wesleyan

D.J. Hinson sank a game-tying three-pointer in the second half as the men’s basketball team upset Virginia Wesleyan College Saturday night. Read more… ...More

Overtime Goal by Kamandua Gives Royals 2-1 Win

Senior Junior Kamandua scored the game-winning goal and kept the Royals’ men’s soccer team undefeated in 2008. The goal was the fifth of the year for Kamandua, who ties a career high for goals in a season. Read more… ...More

Royals Close a Successful Winter Season

Winter brought several shining moments for the Eastern Mennonite University athletic teams in the 2005-06 season. Men’s Basketball Men ...More

An Under-The-Radar MVP?

By Mike Barber, Daily News-Record Jason Sager Three days a week, he takes classes. Three days a week, he works as a real-estate agent. But for the 40 minutes that the basketball ...More

Look Who

By Andy Mendlowitz, Daily News-Record The noise. Freshman Brad Parkes scored a career-high 29 points against Hampden-Sydney on Jan. 10. (Courtesy Wayne Gehman) ...More