• College Football 150th Anniversary Debuts Website
    June 06, 2018
    The College Football 150th Anniversary has debuted another component of its celebration with the launch of its website at CFB150.org. The site will be designed in conjunction with SIDEARM Sports, a Learfield Company.
  • Washington and Lee Names LeRose New Football Head Coach
    February 14, 2018
    Washington and Lee Director of Athletics Jan Hathorn announced that following a national search, Garrett LeRose '07 has been promoted to head football coach effective immediately. LeRose had previously served as the program's assistant head coach and coach of tight ends and wide receivers.
  • College Football 150th Anniversary Reveals Logo
    February 08, 2018
    Fresh off national signing day and the excitement surrounding it, the look of the College Football 150th Anniversary celebration is ready with the release of the campaign logo. In addition, CFB150 has announced a partnership with The Marketing Arm to assist with all facets of the upcoming anniversary.
  • Three Football Standouts Earn Academic All-America Recognition
    December 13, 2017
    Three ODAC football standouts took home impressive dual-emphasis honors on Wednesday afternoon as Shenandoah University center Caleb Hutson and Washington and Lee University linebacker Max Garrett and defensive back Grey Reames were named Academic All-Americans by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Garrett earned a spot on the first team, while Hutson and Reames were tabbed to the second team.
  • H-SC's Johnson, W&L's Garrett Highlight All-ODAC Football Awards
    November 21, 2017
    Washington and Lee University garnered four major individual awards and earned 12 selections to all-conference teams to headline the 2017 All-ODAC Football Awards. Hampden-Sydney College receiver Cam Johnson was named the J. Stokeley Fulton Offensive Player of the Year, while W&L linebacker Max Garrett took home Lou Wacker Defensive Player of the Year and ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete laurels. Generals mentor Scott Abell was tabbed the ODAC Coach of the Year, while W&L running back Josh Breece received ODAC Rookie of the Year recognition.
  • Generals Fall to Mount Union in NCAA Football First Round
    November 18, 2017
    Washington and Lee limited second-ranked Mount Union to a season-low 276 yards of total offense and only 10 first downs in dropping a 21-0 decision to the Purple Raiders in the opening round of the NCAA football tournament at Mount Union Stadium.
  • Washington and Lee Wins Final ODAC Football Play Fan Poll of the Season
    November 16, 2017
    The final ODAC Football Play of the Week Fan Poll of the season brought about a first-time winner. Washington and Lee University claims its first win the season on the heels for a Josh Breece's school-record touchdown run against Shenandoah on Saturday.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 11
    November 12, 2017
    ODAC and school record books got a workout on Saturday with several explosive performances highlighting this weekend's games. But the biggest headline belongs to Washington and Lee as the Generals secured the ODAC title with a win at Shenandoah. They will face the University of Mount Union in the NCAA first round. Randolph-Macon claimed a win in "The Game" against Hampden-Sydney, while Guilford closed with a win over Emory & Henry. Bridgewater dropped its final contest of the season in non-conference play.
  • Washington and Lee Claims ODAC Football Title with Win at Shenandoah
    November 11, 2017
    Washington and Lee rolled up 613 yards of total offense and won its fourth ODAC Football Championship in the last eight years with a 48-21 victory over Shenandoah on Saturday afternoon at Shentel Stadium.
  • Hampden-Sydney Notches Fourth Win in ODAC Football Play Fan Poll
    November 09, 2017
    Hampden-Sydney College has been a popular choice in the ODAC Football Play of the Week Fan Poll this season. The Tigers can add one more tally to the victory column this week as Major Morgan's catch via a pass from Alec Cobb earns a fourth poll victory of H-SC.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 10
    November 05, 2017
    Week 10 left the ODAC standings with nothing fully decided but plenty of possibilities as conference teams head to the final week of the season. Washington and Lee and Hampden-Sydney find themselves atop the league table after wins left them both 4-1 in conference action. Randolph-Macon picked up a victory to join Shenandoah at 3-2, while Emory & Henry capped its non-conference schedule with a victory to snap a four-game skid.
  • Emory & Henry Notches First Win in ODAC Football Play Fan Poll
    November 01, 2017
    There is a new winner in the ODAC Football Play of the Week fan poll in week nine. Emory & Henry College earns its first victory of the season on the heels of Josh Fleenor's 90-yard interception return for a touchdown against Hampden-Sydney.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 9
    October 29, 2017
    Week nine saw one team fall out of the logjam at the top of the ODAC standings, but three still remain with identical 3-1 records. Hampden-Sydney and Washington and Lee both picked up league wins, while Shenandoah capped its non-conference schedule with a victory. Guilford College added its second ODAC win of the season, creating three ties in the conference table.
  • Bridgewater Claims Third ODAC Football Play Fan Poll
    October 25, 2017
    Bridgewater College returned to the win column on the field and in the ODAC Football Play of the Week fan poll in week eight, picking up its third nod from the fans on the season behind Raymond Goodman III's kick-return touchdown.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 8
    October 22, 2017
    Eight weeks into the season and the standings are up for grabs following Saturday's contests. Both Shenandoah and Hampden-Sydney fell from the ranks of the ODAC unbeaten, creating a four-team logjam of one-loss squads including Shenandoah at 3-1 and Hampden-Sydney, Randolph-Macon, and Washington and Lee each at 2-1.
  • Hampden-Sydney Wins Third ODAC Football Play Fan Poll
    October 18, 2017
    Hampden-Sydney College is back in the winner's circle after capturing a majority of the vote in the week 7 of the ODAC Play of the Week fan poll. Cam Johnson's catch marks the third win of the season for the Tigers.
  • Southern Virginia to Join ODAC as Associate Member in Football
    October 16, 2017
    For the second time in the last four months, the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) will see an adjustment to its membership. Southern Virginia University has accepted an invitation to join the NCAA Division III league as an associate member in football. The Knights will begin ODAC competition on the gridiron in the 2019-20 academic year.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 7
    October 15, 2017
    There was no shortage of offense in week seven with ODAC teams posting a combined 270 points to average more than 38 per squad. Shenandoah scored just that many in remaining unbeaten in the ODAC. Hampden-Sydney maintained its unblemished league mark by capping its non-conference schedule with a win. Randolph-Macon and Washington and Lee both ran their way to a pair of league victories with the latter squad notching its first ODAC triumph of the season.
  • Shenandoah Wins First ODAC Football Play Fan Poll of the Season
    October 11, 2017
    The ODAC Football Play of the Week has a new winner in week six. Jalen Hudson's catch-and-run in Saturday's 47-24 win over Emory & Henry earned the first fan poll victory of the season for Shenandoah University.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 6
    October 08, 2017
    Thru two weeks of league play, we've got two teams standing atop the table at 2-0. Shenandoah eclipsed 40 points for the fourth time in five games in its win over Emory & Henry. Hampden-Sydney out-lasted Guilford for a three-point win, the Tigers' third victory by 10 or fewer points this season. Randolph-Macon evened its league record at 1-1 with a win at Bridgewater, while Washington and Lee capped its non-conference schedule with a victory over Washington-St. Louis.
  • Hampden-Sydney Captures Second ODAC Football Play of the Week Fan Poll
    October 04, 2017
    The ODAC Football Play of the Week returned following a week off due to each squad's scheduled bye, but the hiatus didn't keep Hampden-Sydney from pulling out its second straight poll win behind Brendan Weinberg's interception.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 5
    October 01, 2017
    Week one of conference play let all supporters know that the ODAC is up for grabs this season, and offense just might lead the way to a title. League teams combined to score 261 points overall. Shenandoah eclipsed 50 points and Emory & Henry topped 40 markers in opening their ODAC slates with victories. Hampden-Sydney came just shy of the 40-point mark in its league win.
  • Tigers Edge Eagles for ODAC Football Play of the Week Win
    September 20, 2017
    In the first close contest of the season, Hampden-Sydney edged Bridgewater at the wire to win the third installment of the 2017 ODAC Football Play of the Week fan poll.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 3
    September 17, 2017
    ODAC teams found the going tough in week three with just a pair of victories heading into each program's bye week. Bridgewater College remains undefeated with a win this weekend to move to 3-0, while a triumph out west for Washington and Lee University improves the Generals' record to a 2-1, joining three other league squads at that mark.
  • Eagles Pick Up Second Straight ODAC Football Play of the Week Win
    September 13, 2017
    The final tallies are in for week two of the ODAC Football Play of the Week fan poll. Bridgewater College earns its second straight win to open the season --- much like on the field --- behind a bit of "trickeration" from punter Plato Eliades.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 2
    September 11, 2017
    ODAC athletes continue to move towards midseason form following a stellar week of competition. Those earning weekly honors include (picutred, l-r, t-b): Meg Guignon from Washington and Lee volleyball, Michaela Mast from Eastern Mennonite women's cross country, MacKenzye Leroy from W&L men's cross country, Dave Drafton from EMU men's soccer, Delaney Doyle from Randolph women's soccer, De'Eric Bell from Guilford football, Jackie Lerro from Lynchburg field hockey, and Nate Hill from Shenandoah football.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 2
    September 10, 2017
    ODAC teams are now 11-3 after two weeks of non-conference play to start the 2017 season, including a 6-1 showing this past Saturday. Bridgewater College, Guilford College, Randolph-Macon College, and Shenandoah University all moved to 2-0, while Emory & Henry College and Washington and Lee University posted wins to even their records at 1-1. Hampden-Sydney College fell in its second outing to see its record stand at 1-1.
  • Bridgewater Wins First ODAC Football Play of the Week Poll of the Season
    September 07, 2017
    The fans have spoken in the first ODAC Football Play of the Week Fan Poll. Bridgewater College takes home the first win of the season behind the long catch-and-run from receiver Corey Jochim in the closing seconds of the Eagles' season-opening victory over Gettysburg College.
  • ODAC Football Report: Week 1
    September 03, 2017
    The 2017 season opened with ODAC teams picking up five wins in a full slate of non-conference action. Bridgewater, Guilford, Hampden-Sydney, Randolph-Macon, and Shenandoah all earned wins in week one, while Washington and Lee forced overtime in nearly adding a sixth win. Emory & Henry's setback was by just five points in the lowest scoring affair of the weekend.
  • Emory & Henry Favored Atop ODAC Football Preseason Poll
    August 15, 2017
    Emory & Henry College rattled off five straight wins to close the 2016 season, and the conference's head coaches have picked the Wasps to maintain that momentum as they top the ODAC Football Preseason Poll. E&H earned 32 points including five first place votes, putting them six tallies clear of defending champion Randolph-Macon College. The Yellow Jackets and Hampden-Sydney College, positioned fourth in the survey, split the remaining two top nods. Washington and Lee University slots in between the two rivals in third with 24 points.
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