Hopewell Virginia Sports
Autumn has been full of ups and downs, and the sports editorial team of the Cavalier Daily have had a few questions to answer about an eventful fall season. Coach Bronco Mendenhall received a coveted commitment when Indiana running back De'Angelo Russell, a four-star recruit, decided to return home and play for the Cavaliers. The Hopewell, Va., player had been heavily considered by the Cavs in the 2018 recruiting cycle before ultimately opting for the Hoosiers.
After graduating with a master's degree in education from the University of Connecticut, he graduated from Old Dominion University in 2014 and competed in the 2016 US Open. He is currently completing his master's degree in business administration at Virginia Commonwealth University and is currently an assistant professor of business administration at George Mason University.
His burning desire to help others achieve their sport and fitness goals led him to find and create DefyGENETICS. One of Roger's many talents is his ability to provide influential mentors, many of whom have had the privilege of training with him, to young, inspiring athletes who ultimately develop their minds, bodies and minds. He also holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from George Mason University and a master's degree in education from Old Dominion University.
Coach High supports the program with personal training, development and academic guidance and focuses on student development - the mental and physical development of athletes and their athletic development. Henderson is also impressed by the academic side he has seen from the students, which includes a focus on physical fitness, physical education and mental health. Highly monitors the academic progress of student athletes during planned courses, creates a weekly newsletter for alumni and parents, helps recruit and brings in a wide range of coaches from across the state of Virginia and across the country for coaching.
High has also formed a partnership with Virginia Intermont College, which he founded with former Virginia Tech football coach and now head coach Mike D'Amico.
During this time, he also offered to coach high school football in Korea and play football for two years at the University of South Korea. During his time there, Hopewell won four consecutive games, with pitchers Don Morris and Keith Flinchum leading the way. Since returning to the United States, Roger has taken over as head coach of the men's basketball team at Virginia Intermont College, which leads the league in rushing offense and is the No. He is 9-1 in his first two seasons with the team, which included wins over Virginia Tech, Virginia State and Virginia A & M, as well as two losses to Virginia Commonwealth University.
1989 - 90 he won the Grand Eastern Championship in solo combat and was also honoured as guest of honour Americans in all three disciplines in his last two years with the Panthers. In 1991 and 1992 he was named OCC Swimmer of the Year. The year he was named Big East Swimmers' Year. Shumate was also named to the All-American team as a junior and senior, as well as the All-Conference team, and was also named the O-CC player of the year.
He earned all of them - state honors and some All-American teams, but he will surely always be remembered in Hopewell for leading the Vikings to the WPIAL Class 3A national championship in 2002. He was one of the first to turn on the lights at Tony Dorsett Stadium, and a key player in the school's first-ever national title game.
While Henderson visited Virginia, Pittsburgh and North Carolina, Virginia Tech was the only place he visited last spring. Henderson said he had no doubt why he was impressed by the VirginiaTech coaching team during his visit.
West Virginia has the facilities and resources to help me take my game to the next level, and that's something I absolutely love. When I spoke to Coach Carey and Coach Shelby, I felt a connection that deeply moved me. That connection was a huge factor in my decision to recruit for other schools, not just at Virginia Tech, but at every other school I've hired.
The Hokies were also the school that recruited Henderson the hardest, along with Michigan, Virginia and Pittsburgh. This year's recruiting class is the highest-ranked group of signatories since 2018, when ESPN ranked the Mountaineers as the No. 18 in the nation. With 12 recruits recently awarded four stars or better grades from 247 sports, which also includes Duke, Kentucky, North Carolina, Florida State and Virginia Tech, the 2021 class was on track to be one of the strongest in the Commonwealth of Virginia this year.
Shumate was rated the nation's number 44 player by Collegiate Girls Basketball Report, a four-star player by Prospects Nation, while she was also rated nationally by ESPN and Hoopgurlz. Hunter was ranked third best player in Virginia by the All-Star Girls Report and second highest player on the Mountaineers' list by Prospects Nation. Rogers was ranked as one of the top five players in all Virginia high school girls' basketball programs and rated by the Collegiated Girls Basketball Report as a player with all - state and one - of - friendly qualities, while ranking 71 out of 71 in all nations in the All-Star Girls Report. Shumed, which was rated by ProspectNation and aFour - Stars Prospectus, Rogers, whom ProspectS Nation rated, both received four stars.