The Sweet Briar College soccer team and Head Coach Amy Dahlin have released their 2017 season schedule. The fall slate features nine matches at Babcock Field, including four of the team's first five tilts.
The 2016-17 Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) Academic All-State team was announced and six Sweet Briar College student-athletes are among the 217 student-athletes from 37 colleges and universities across the state that were recognized.
For the first time in the 95-year history of the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA), more than 700 teams have received Scholar All-America recognition. Included on the list was Sweet Briar's swim team.
Sweet Briar's coaches will be hitting the road this summer to attend camps and tournaments across the country in search of future Vixens. Check out the details below for each team and where you can meet with a Sweet Briar coach.
Recent Sweet Briar graduate and standout soccer player Kayla Kishbaugh is one of two Old Dominion Athletics Conference student-athletes chosen to attend the forum by a committee from within the NCAA membership.
The annual Sweet Briar College athletics awards banquet was held on Wednesday, May 3, in Prothro Dining Hall. The department presented its seven major awards along with varsity letters and individual team awards.
BRIDGEWATER, Va.- With graduation just around the corner, the Sweet Briar College lacrosse team concluded its 2017 regular season with a Saturday afternoon match at Bridgewater College. The host Eagles won their tenth match of the season by downing the Vixens, 18-0.
WINCHESTER, Va.- The Sweet Briar College tennis team ended its 2017 regular season on a high note by taking down Shenandoah University. The Vixens were the stronger side from the start, winning the match 6-3.