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WEEK 7: OCTOBER 14, 2012 --- For a printer-friendly (.pdf) version of this week's report, click HERE.


2012 ODAC Football Standings

  Conference Overall
GP Record Win % PF PA GP Record Win % PF PA Last 10 Streak
Washington and Lee 7 6-1 0.857 278 173 11 8-3 0.727 388 268 8-2 Lost 1
Randolph-Macon 7 5-2 0.714 222 190 10 7-3 0.700 305 265 7-3 Won 3
Bridgewater 7 4-3 0.571 170 148 10 7-3 0.700 270 176 7-3 Won 1
Hampden-Sydney 7 4-3 0.571 282 196 10 6-4 0.600 365 246 6-4 Lost 2
Guilford 7 4-3 0.571 160 220 10 5-5 0.500 239 303 5-5 Lost 1
Emory & Henry 7 3-4 0.429 149 182 10 6-4 0.600 249 246 6-4 Won 2
Catholic 7 2-5 0.286 139 202 10 3-7 0.300 228 312 3-7 Lost 4
Shenandoah 7 0-7 0.000 113 202 10 1-9 0.100 153 252 1-9 Lost 9


Active Coaching Records

  ODAC Overall
Coach (yrs/at school) Win Loss Ties Win % Win Loss Ties Win %
Scott Abell, W&L (1/1) 6 1 0 0.857 8 2 0 0.800
Marty Favret, HSC (13/13) 57 22 0 0.722 95 39 0 0.709
Mike Clark, BC (18/18) 67 38 0 0.638 123 71 1 0.633
Pedro Arruza, RMC (9/9) 28 27 0 0.509 49 42 0 0.538
Don Montgomery, E&H (8/8) 19 30 0 0.388 40 40 0 0.500
Chris Rusiewicz, GC (2/2) 5 8 0 0.385 7 13 0 0.350
Dave Dunn, CUA (8/7) 11 32 0 0.256 30 49 0 0.380
Paul Barnes, SU (11/11) 0 7 0 0.000 41 70 0 0.369

 

Weekly Award History

WEEK 1
Off: Kyle Boden, Sr., QB, Emory & Henry
Def: Drew Pappas, Sr., DB, Catholic
WEEK 2
Off: Nash Nance, So., QB, Hampden-Sydney
Def: Paul Forney, Jr., LB, Emory & Henry
WEEK 3
Off: Matt Pawlowski, Fr., QB, Guilford
Def: Mitchell Thompson, Jr., DB, Washington and Lee
WEEK 4
Off: Willie Logan, Jr., QB, Bridgewater
Def: Danny Grogg, Sr., DL, Bridgewater
WEEK 5
Off: Luke Heinsohn, Sr., RB, Washington and Lee
Def: Cross Trued, Sr., DE, Randolph-Macon
WEEK 6
Off: Vance Hendren, Sr., HB, Randolph-Macon
Def: Robert Smith, So., LB, Guilford
WEEK 7
Off: Matt Pawlowski, Fr., QB, Guilford
Def: Patrick Thomas, So., DB, Catholic
WEEK 8
Off: Matt Pawlowski, Fr., QB, Guilford
Def: Ross Ellis, Sr., LB., Emory & Henry
WEEK 9
Off: Nash Nance, So., QB, Hampden-Sydney
Def: Tom Solak, So., DL, Randolph-Macon
WEEK 10
Off: Luke Heinsohn, Sr., RB/K, Washington and Lee
Def: Satiir Stevenson, So., DB, Guilford
WEEK 11
Off: Kyle Boden, Jr., QB, Emory & Henry
Def: DeMikeal Burse, Jr., DB, Emory & Henry
 

 Offensive Player of the Week

 Matt Pawlowski|Guilford|Fr.|Quarterback
Pawlowski, a freshman from Greensboro, N.C., led Guilford from a pair of deficits to post their second league win of the season and their first win over Bridgewater College since 2006. In the Quakers 23-20 win, Pawlowski was efficient and effective as he completed 18-of-26 passes for 258 yards and two touchdowns without an interception for the second straight week. He had a hand in each of Guilford's touchdowns as he also ran for a score in addition to completed a two-point pass. Pawlowski completed passes to seven different receivers. He hit Adam Smith with a 22-yard TD pass in the second quarter, and then gave Guilford its first lead at 15-14 with a 1-yard touchdown run. After Bridgewater went ahead 20-14, Pawlowski tossed the eventual game-winning 10-yard touchdown pass to Nick Mearite with 7:13 to play. His two-point pass to Mearite made it 23-20. On the season, Pawlowski has 11 touchdown passes against just four interceptions while completing 59.9-percent of his attempts.

 

 Defensive Player of the Week

 Patrick Thomas|Catholic University|So.|Defensive Back
Thomas, a sophomore from Newtown, N.J., played a big part in the Cardinals second ODAC win of the season, which came in a 34-7 win over Shenandoah University. The Cardinals held SU to 236 yards of total offense and forced five turnovers in the effort. Thomas was responsible for two of those turnovers. He got things started with an interception midway through the first quarter that stopped the Hornets as they tried to level the score at 7-all. In the second quarter, Thomas came up from his cornerback position to make a stop at the line of scrimmage, but he also jarred the ball free from the runner and picked up the loose ball. Three plays later, Catholic made good on the extra possession with a touchdown for a 13-0 lead. Thomas finished the day with five total tackles (three solo) and also batted down a pass, one of six passes broken up by the CUA defense. For the season, Thomas is third on the team with 32 tackles with a pair of interceptions.


Weekly Individual Game Superlatives

PASSING   RUSHING   RECEIVING
Greg Cordivari, CUA 20-of-31 for 277 yds, 2 TD
Nash Nance, H-SC 24-of-33 for 277 yds, 3 TD
Matt Pawlowski, GC 18-of-26 for 258 yds, 2 TD
Willie Logan, BC 14-of-23 for 245 yds, 0 TD
Zac Naccarato, R-MC 15-of-25 for 126 yds, 2 TD
 
Sasha Vandalov, W&L 6 for 199 yds, 2 TD
Luke Heinsohn, W&L 14 for 125 yds, 3 TD
Evan King, H-SC 21 for 101 yds, 2 TD
Joe Vaughn, E&H 19 for 98 yds, 0 TD
Regis Craft, H-SC 11 for 94 yds, 0 TD
 
Daniel Woodruff, GC 2 rec. for 77 yds, 0 TD
Holton Walker, H-SC 6 rec. for 67 yds, 1 TD
J.M Sparagna, H-SC 6 rec. for 67 yds, 1 TD
Joe Vaughn, E&H 7 rec. for 66 yds, 1 TD
Alonzo Cooke, CUA 3 rec. for 66 yds, 1 TD
 
TACKLES   SACKS   INTERCEPTIONS
Robert Smith, GC 14 tackles (3 solo)
Salem Nganga, BC 13 tackles (9 solo)
Josh Rogers, SU 12 tackles (3 solo)
Kenny Fryman, H-SC 11 tackles (7 solo)
Conor Stueckler, CUA 10 tackles (4 solo)
Jajuan Johnson, SU 10 tackles (3 solo)
 
Alex King, H-SC 1.5 sacks for -8 yds
Nine Players 1.0 sacks
 
Sidney Henry, H-SC 1 INT for 67 yds, 1 TD
Kevin Ross, CUA 1 INT for 58 yds, 1 TD
Seven Players 1 INT, 0 TD

This Week's Results

Final 1 2 3 4 T
Bridgewater (4-2) 0 14 0 6 20
Guilford (3-3) 0 9 6 8 23
Greensboro, NC | Armfield Ath. Center
BridgewaterGuilford
Pa: Willie Logan - 245
Ru: Jacob Wright - 88
Rec: Nick Wimer - 46
Pa: Matt Pawlowski - 258
Ru: Mike Williams - 63
Rec: Daniel Woodruff - 77
TEAM STATISTICS BridgewaterGuilford
Passing Yards 245 258
Rushing Yards 154 79
Turnovers 3 1
Time of Poss. 29:47 30:13
 
Final 1 2 3 4 T
Shenandoah (1-5) 0 0 0 7 7
Catholic (3-3) 7 20 7 0 34
Washington, D.C. | Cardinal Stadium
ShenandoahCatholic
Pa: Shawn Lloyd - 101
Ru: Carl Joseph - 88
Rec: Qiydaar Murphy - 56
Pa: Greg Cordivari - 277
Ru: Mike Pitsenberger - 77
Rec: Alonzo Cooke - 66
TEAM STATISTICS ShenandoahCatholic
Passing Yards 130 277
Rushing Yards 136 113
Turnovers 5 1
Time of Poss. 30:25 29:35
 
Final 1 2 3 4 T
Randolph-Macon (4-2) 7 7 0 0 14
Washington and Lee (5-1) 21 7 14 7 49
Lexington, Va. | Wilson Field
Randolph-MaconWashington and Lee
Pa: Zac Naccarato - 126
Ru: Will McGhee - 69
Rec: Luke Sellers - 51
Pa: Nick Lombardo - 38
Ru: Sasha Vandalov - 199
Rec: Alex Evans - 27
TEAM STATISTICS Randolph-MaconWashington and Lee
Passing Yards 134 38
Rushing Yards 217 473
Turnovers 3 0
Time of Poss. 38:57 21:03
 
Final 1 2 3 4 T
Emory & Henry (3-3) 7 3 7 0 17
Hampden-Sydney (4-2) 7 19 14 7 47
Hampden Sydney, Va. | Lewis C. Everett
Emory & HenryHampden-Sydney
Pa: Kyle Boden - 120
Ru: Joe Vaughn - 98
Rec: Joe Vaughn - 66
Pa: Nash Nance - 277
Ru: Evan King - 101
Rec: 2 Players (#13, #30 - 67)
TEAM STATISTICS Emory & HenryHampden-Sydney
Passing Yards 145 277
Rushing Yards 133 246
Turnovers 1 2
Time of Poss. 24:30 35:30
 

Team News and Notes

BRIDGEWATER took an early lead on Thursday night before numerous turnovers and mistakes proved costly in a 23-20 loss at Guilford. The loss snapped a five game winning streak against the Quakers. Bridgewater rolled up 399 total yards of offense in the loss and committed a season-high 13 penalties for 114 yards. Quarterback Willie Logan threw for 245 yards but was intercepted twice. Jacob Wright rushed for 88 yards on 17 carries to help lead the offense.  Defensively, Salem Nganga le the unit with 13 tackles.  Joel Francis forced a fumble, which was recovered by Daryus Beale.  That led to the first score of the game in the second quarter.

NEXT WEEK: vs. Washington and Lee (5-1, 3-0 ODAC) - 1:00 p.m.
Bridgewater and Washington and Lee will be meeting for the 43rd time on Saturday with W&L owning a 25-17 advantage in the all-time series that began in 1964.  The Generals have won each of the last two matchups with BC's last win coming on Halloween in 2009 via a 35-34 overtime win in Lexington.  In the past two meetings, W&L has averaged 540 yards of offense and 43.5 points per game.  Washington and Lee picked up a 52-42 win in a shootout last season.  Charlie Westfal led the way for W&L with 162 yards and two touchdowns passing in addition to 109 yards and two more scores rushing.  Bridgewater was paced by running back Anthony Carter, who busted out for 233 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries.
 
CATHOLIC finished with 390 yards of total offense in its win over Shenandoah on Friday, registering 113 on the ground and 277 through the air. Greg Cordivari threw for 277 yards on 20-of-31 passing. The senior threw for two scores and completed nearly 65% of his passes with only one INT. Cordivari's TD passes covered 40 and 19 yards. Mike Pitsenberger was the team's top rusher with 19 carries for 77 yards and a score, while Wes Stringfield caught 4 passes for 59 yards and a score. Alonzo Cooke hauled in a 40-yard touchdown as well.  CUA's defense forced five turnovers in Friday's win, recovering three fumbles and picking off a pair of passes, one of which Kevin Ross returned 58 yards for a TD just before halftime. Patrick Thomas, Conor Stueckler, and Timbo McGarry forced fumbles, and Thomas, Rob Schaetzl and McGarry recovered the fumbles. Thomas and Ross picked off passes and Luke Caldwell, Alex King and Vinny Cortese registered sacks. CUA held the Hornets to 5-of-18 on 3rd down and 1-of-5 on 4th down. Shenandoah did not score until early in the 4th quarter.

NEXT WEEK: at Emory & Henry (3-3, 0-3 ODAC) - 1:00 p.m.
Catholic and Emory & Henry will be meeting for the 17th time on Saturday with CUA holding an 8-7 advantage in the all-time series that began in 1982.  The Cardinals have won four of the past five matchups, including a 28-24 outcome in Washington, D.C. in 2011.  In that game, Catholic running back Mike Pitsenberger notched the game-deciding touchdown with 21-seconds to play.  Greg Cordivair threw for 401 yards and three touchdowns on the day as receivers Andrew Ouellette and Tanner Keefe each had 111 yards through the air.  Quarterback Kyle Boden led E&H's offense as he threw for 165 yards and a touchdown.  William Pearl had a pair of scores (one rushing, one receiving).
 
EMORY & HENRY's offense picked up just 278 yards of offense with 16 first downs.  Sophomore running back Joe Vaughn was the offensive highlight as he rushed for 98 yards and caught seven passes for 66 yards including a 25-yard catch for a score.  Junior quarterback Kyle Boden threw for 120 yards on 16-for-33 passing and a 12-yard touchdown to Corey Ware.  Junior Chad Williams caught two passes and threw for a touchdown on a misdirection play.  The E&H defense found itself in a struggle, allowing over 500 yards of offense for the second week in a row.  The bright spot of the day came in the third quarter when junior corner DeMikael Burse picked off a pass and returned it 45 yards to set up Williams’ TD pass to Vaughn.  Freshman linebacker Rennel Marshall had a team-high 11 tackles while Burse and seniors Daniel Woods and Devan Sproles each had seven stops.  Senior linebacker Ross Ellis made six tackles including a sack for minus-12 yards and recovered a fumble while junior linebacker Paul Forney had seven stops of his own.

NEXT WEEK: vs. Catholic (3-3, 2-1 ODAC) - 1:00 p.m.
Catholic and Emory & Henry will be meeting for the 17th time on Saturday with CUA holding an 8-7 advantage in the all-time series that began in 1982.  The Cardinals have won four of the past five matchups, including a 28-24 outcome in Washington, D.C. in 2011.  In that game, Catholic running back Mike Pitsenberger notched the game-deciding touchdown with 21-seconds to play.  Greg Cordivair threw for 401 yards and three touchdowns on the day as receivers Andrew Ouellette and Tanner Keefe each had 111 yards through the air.  Quarterback Kyle Boden led E&H's offense as he threw for 165 yards and a touchdown.  William Pearl had a pair of scores (one rushing, one receiving).
 
GUILFORD has three overall wins and two league wins for the first time since 2009 following GC's 23-20 comeback win over Bridgewater.  The Quakers' win over BC is their first over the Eagles since 2006 and their first over a team with a winning record since 2009.  Guilford hosted Bridgewater in its first Thursday game since 1966 and extended its winning streak on Thursday's to six.  Guilford entered the game averaging nearly 100 penalty yards per game, but were penalized for just 33 yards against Bridgewater.  Quarterback Matt Pawlowski was efficient and effect as he complete 18-of-26 passes for 258 yards and touchdowns to go with a two-point pass and a touchdown run.  Adam Smith and Nick Mearite caught the TD passes.  The Quakers' defense has come up with 11 sacks in its last two games, five in the win over Bridgewater.  Robert Smith made a game-high 14 tackles, marking his seventh straight game dating back to last season with 10 or more stops.  He recorded one of Guilford's five sacks in the game to give him a team-best 4.5 on the season.  Satiir Stevenson and JerMario Gooch corralled interceptions against Bridgewater, which gives them a team-high two aerial thefts on the year.  Guilford now has eight interceptions through six games after making seven in the 2011 season.

NEXT WEEK: at Randolph-Macon (4-2, 2-1 ODAC) - 1:00 p.m.
Guilford and Randolph-Macon will be meeting for the 55th time on Saturday with the Yellow Jackets holding a 31-21-2 advantage in the all-time series that dates back to the 1930 season.  The 54 meetings are the fifth-most frequent series for Guilford.  R-MC holds a 14-7 advantage over GC since the Quakers joined the ODAC in 1991, but Guilford owns a 21-8-1 against Randolph-Macon in Ashland, the site of Saturday's contest.  Randolph-Macon has won four of the past five meetings, including the last two.  R-MC won last year's outing by a 45-7 scoreline as the Jackets rolled up 504 yards of total offense.  Zac Naccarato threw for 293 yards and two touchdowns in the effort.  Luke Sellers caught eight passes for 196 yards and a touchdown.
 
HAMPDEN-SYDNEY recorded a season-high 523 yards of offense with 277 through the air and 246 coming on the ground in its 47-17 victory over Emory & Henry. Though the Wasps took the first lead of the game, the Tigers tied it at 7-7 when sophomore Holton Walker caught a Nash Nance three-yard touchdown pass. In the second quarter, the kickers got into the action and Hampden-Sydney’s Max Antwerpes hit field goals from 23-yards and 33-yards to put the Tigers up 13-10. In the final 1:30 of the half, John Michael Sparagna caught a 15-yard touchdown pass and freshman Sidney Henry scored on an interception return to put the Tigers up 26-10 at intermission. In the second half, the Tigers got one more score through the air with a Jalen Wood 12-yard reception and two on the ground from Evan King. King led the ground attack with 101 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries while Regis Craft notched 94 yards on 11 carries. Craft added 118 return yards and 10 receiving to account for 222 all-purpose yards. Quarterback Nash Nance was 24-of-33 for 277 yards, three scores, and one interception. Walker and Sparagna led the receivers as each had six catches for 67 yards and a score.  Defensively, Hampden-Sydney held Emory & Henry to 278 yards of offense with 133 rushing yards and 145 passing yards. Senior linebacker Kenny Fryman again led the charge with 11 tackles and 3.5 for-loss. Sophomore John Moore notched eight tackles while Tyler Ikwild had six. Freshman Sidney Henry recorded his first career interception while returning it 67 yards for a touchdown.

NEXT WEEK: at Shenandoah (1-5, 0-3 ODAC) - 1:00 p.m.
Saturday marks another first for Shenandoah in its inaugural ODAC season as the Hornets meet Hampden-Sydney for the very first time.  The Tigers look to continue their winning ways with their third win in a row, while Shenandoah looks to open in ODAC account in its fourth league contest since becoming a full-time conference member in July 2012.
 
RANDOLPH-MACON's defense surrendered 473 yards rushing to Washington and Lee, and the Generals took advantage of three key Randolph-Macon turnovers as the Generals topped R-MC, 49-14, Saturday in Lexington.  The loss drops R-MC’s record to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in ODAC play.  The 35 point loss is the largest margin of defeat in an ODAC game for R-MC since a 59-13 loss to Bridgewater in 2003.  Zac Naccarato finished the game 15-of-25 for 126 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.  Will McGhee ran for 69 yards on the day and Sellers grabbed six balls through the air for 61 yards.  Tom Solak led the defense with seven tackles.

NEXT WEEK: vs. Guilford (3-3, 2-1 ODAC) - 1:00 p.m.

Guilford and Randolph-Macon will be meeting for the 55th time on Saturday with the Yellow Jackets holding a 31-21-2 advantage in the all-time series that dates back to the 1930 season.  The 54 meetings are the fifth-most frequent series for Guilford.  R-MC holds a 14-7 advantage over GC since the Quakers joined the ODAC in 1991, but Guilford owns a 21-8-1 against Randolph-Macon in Ashland, the site of Saturday's contest.  Randolph-Macon has won four of the past five meetings, including the last two.  R-MC won last year's outing by a 45-7 scoreline as the Jackets rolled up 504 yards of total offense.  Zac Naccarato threw for 293 yards and two touchdowns in the effort.  Luke Sellers caught eight passes for 196 yards and a touchdown.
 
SHENANDOAH suffered its third ODAC loss and fifth straight overall set-back in a 34-7 loss at Catholic in the Hornets' first-ever Friday night contest.  Turnovers plagued SU as the offense surrendered possession five times with a pair of interceptions and three fumbles.  The Hornets racked up 136 yards rushing as Carl Joseph had 88 yards on 21 carries and Andrew Smith added 52 yards on 11 rushes.  Qiydaar Murphy had 56 yards receiving and SU's touchdown.  Defensively, Josh Rogers led the unit with 12 tackles and 2.5 tackles for a loss.  Jajuan Johnson made 10 stops on the day.  Tijun Findley interception his first pass of the season in addition to one pass break up.

NEXT WEEK: vs. Hampden-Sydney (4-2, 2-1 ODAC) - 1:00 p.m.

Saturday marks another first for Shenandoah in its inaugural ODAC season as the Hornets meet Hampden-Sydney for the very first time.  The Tigers look to continue their winning ways with their third win in a row, while Shenandoah looks to open in ODAC account in its fourth league contest since becoming a full-time conference member in July 2012.

WASHINGTON AND LEE's offense wasn't on the field much as Randolph-Macon ran 80 plays as opposed to 49 for W&L and the Yellow Jackets controlled the clock for 38:57 of the game in the Generals' 49-14 win on Saturday.  However, W&L rushed for 473 yards (fourth-highest total in ODAC history) on 41 carries, averaging 11.5 yards per rush and 10.4 yards per play.  Senior running back Sasha Vandalov rushed for a career-high 199 yards and two touchdowns on just six carries in the win over Randolph-Macon on Saturday.  He came into the game with just 141 yards over the first five games of the season.  Senior running back Luke Heinsohn rushed for 125 yards and three touchdowns on just 14 carries.  He added seven PATs for a total of 25 points.  In the process, Heinsohn broke the school's season scoring record of 110 points held by Kevin Weaver '86 since 1985.  He now has 124 points on the season and leads the nation in scoring.  He also moved to within 128 yards of breaking the school's career rushing record of 3,140 yards held by Chris Sullivan '03.  His 15 rushing touchdowns are also just three away from breaking Weaver's season touchdowns record (17) set in 1985.  The defense limited the Yellow Jackets to just 14 points by holding R-MC to just 106 total yards in the second half.  Jesse Jenkins totaled nine tackles and a sack.  Walter Ramsey and Russell Stewart both intercepted passes.

NEXT WEEK: at Bridgewater (4-2, 1-2 ODAC) - 1:00 p.m.
Bridgewater and Washington and Lee will be meeting for the 43rd time on Saturday with W&L owning a 25-17 advantage in the all-time series that began in 1964.  The Generals have won each of the last two matchups with BC's last win coming on Halloween in 2009 via a 35-34 overtime win in Lexington.  In the past two meetings, W&L has averaged 540 yards of offense and 43.5 points per game.  Washington and Lee picked up a 52-42 win in a shootout last season.  Charlie Westfal led the way for W&L with 162 yards and two touchdowns passing in addition to 109 yards and two more scores rushing.  Bridgewater was paced by running back Anthony Carter, who busted out for 233 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries.

Team-by-Team Schedules and Results

Bridgewater (7-3, 4-3 ODAC)
Sep. 1 at St. Vincent W, 23-7
Sep. 8 Greensboro W, 33-7
Sep. 22 Shenandoah * W, 17-14
Sep. 29 at Apprentice School W, 44-14
Oct. 6 Hampden-Sydney * L, 24-7
Oct. 11 at Guilford * L, 23-20
Oct. 20 Washington and Lee * W, 31-14
Oct. 27 Emory & Henry * W, 27-21
Nov. 3 at Randolph-Macon * L, 38-26
Nov. 10 at Catholic * W, 42-14
 
Catholic (3-7, 2-5 ODAC)
Aug. 31 McDaniel W, 45-28
Sep. 7 Gallaudet L, 47-27
Sep. 14 at Carnegie Mellon L, 35-17
Sep. 29 Hampden-Sydney * W, 41-28
Oct. 5 at Randolph-Macon * L, 45-12
Oct. 12 Shenandoah * W, 34-7
Oct. 20 at Emory & Henry * L, 15-14
Oct. 27 Washington and Lee * L, 41-14
Nov. 3 at Guilford * L, 24-10
Nov. 10 Bridgewater * L, 42-14
 
Emory & Henry (6-4, 3-4 ODAC)
Sep. 1 at Ferrum W, 45-36
Sep. 8 at Maryville (Tenn.) W, 21-8
Sep. 15 Methodist W, 34-20
Sep. 29 Randolph-Macon * L, 22-10
Oct. 6 at Washington and Lee * L, 45-28
Oct. 13 at Hampden-Sydney * L, 47-17
Oct. 20 Catholic * W, 15-14
Oct. 27 at Bridgewater * L, 27-21
Nov. 3 Shenandoah * W, 20-17
Nov. 10 Guilford * W, 38-10
 
Guilford (5-5, 4-3 ODAC)
Sep. 1 Greensboro L, 14-13
Sep. 8 Methodist L, 34-21
Sep. 15 at Averett W, 45-35
Sep. 29 Washington and Lee * L, 42-21
Oct. 6 at Shenandoah * W, 20-7
Oct. 11 Bridgewater * W, 23-20
Oct. 20 at Randolph-Macon * W, 38-35
Oct. 27 at Hampden-Sydney * L, 68-24
Nov. 3 Catholic * W, 24-10
Nov. 10 at Emory & Henry * L, 38-10
 
Hampden-Sydney (6-4, 4-3 ODAC)
Sep. 1 at Averett W, 20-6
Sep. 8 Chris. Newport W, 42-20
Sep. 22 Huntingdon L, 24-21
Sep. 29 at Catholic * L, 41-28
Oct. 6 at Bridgewater * W, 24-7
Oct. 13 Emory & Henry * W, 47-17
Oct. 20 at Shenandoah * W, 42-21
Oct. 27 Guilford * W, 68-24
Nov. 3 at Washington and Lee * L, 45-42
Nov. 10 Randolph-Macon * L, 41-31
 
Randolph-Macon (7-3, 5-2 ODAC)
Sep. 1 at Johns Hopkins L, 36-13
Sep. 8 Averett W, 21-6
Sep. 15 Bethany (W.V.) W, 49-33
Sep. 29 at Emory & Henry * W, 22-10
Oct. 5 Catholic * W, 45-12
Oct. 13 at Washington and Lee * L, 49-14
Oct. 20 Guilford * L, 38-35
Oct. 27 at Shenandoah * W, 27-24
Nov. 3 Bridgewater * W, 38-26
Nov. 10 at Hampden-Sydney * W, 41-31
 
Shenandoah (1-9, 0-7 ODAC)
Sep. 1 at Stevenson W, 26-16
Sep. 8 Ferrum L, 14-7
Sep. 15 Chris. Newport L, 20-7
Sep. 22 at Bridgewater * L, 17-14
Oct. 6 Guilford * L, 20-7
Oct. 12 at Catholic * L, 34-7
Oct. 20 Hampden-Sydney * L, 42-21
Oct. 27 Randolph-Macon * L, 27-24
Nov. 3 at Emory & Henry * L, 20-17
Nov. 10 at Washington and Lee * L, 42-23
 
Washington and Lee (8-3, 6-1 ODAC)
Sep. 1 at Frank. & Marsh. L, 35-28
Sep. 8 at Sewanee W, 28-6
Sep. 15 Centre W, 34-16
Sep. 29 at Guilford * W, 42-21
Oct. 6 Emory & Henry * W, 45-28
Oct. 13 Randolph-Macon * W, 49-14
Oct. 20 at Bridgewater * L, 31-14
Oct. 27 at Catholic * W, 41-14
Nov. 3 Hampden-Sydney * W, 45-42
Nov. 10 Shenandoah * W, 42-23
Nov. 17 at Hobart L, 38-20