Moorefield High School senior Seth Wilson has signed his national letter of intent to extend his academic and athletic career at Shenandoah University competing as a member of the Hornets Track and Field squad.
“I’m beyond blessed to be able to continue my passion at the next level,” Moorefield Track and Field senior Seth Wilson commented.
“The campus is gorgeous. It’s not a huge campus which is nice because everything is within walking distance. I really liked how the team and the coaches were really close together, they acted like a family and I can’t wait to be a part of it. What really persuaded me to go to SU was the fact that the coaches and teachers want to see you succeed in school and in life. They aren’t just worried about the money, but the success of the student/athlete.”
Shenandoah University was founded in 1875 in Dayton, Virginia and moved its main campus to Winchester in 1960 with current enrollment at nearly 4,000 students with over 200 areas of study.
It is one of six institutions of higher learning in Virginia associated with the United Methodist Church.
There are specialized disciplines for the school located within the state including an ecological site in Bluemont known as the Cool Spring River campus with a 195-acre nature preserve for the students to explore and a healthcare initiative in Fairfax.
Shenandoah University competes in the NCAA Division III within the Old Dominion Athletic Conference and Eastern College Athletic Conference.