ODAC Indoor Track News Archive
2012-13 Indoor Track News
|April 4, 2013
Five student-athletes from Old Dominion Athletic Conference member schools earned a 2012-13 ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete Award during the winter athletic schedules. Farm Bureau Insurance is the proud presenter of each award for the ODAC's 23 sponsored sports.
|March 11, 2013
Roanoke College senior Carmen Graves added to her personal trophy case with her fourth All-American award at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track Championships over the weekend. She placed second in the 800-meter dash, breaking the facility record twice during prelim and finals competition.
|March 7, 2013
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference is pleased to announce the 2013 ODAC/StellarOne Sportsmanship Teams in each of five winter sports sponsored by the conference. This marks the fourth year the league has recognized these fine student-athletes for their excellence in sportsmanship.
2011-12 Indoor Track News
|July 6, 2012
A pair of familiar and highly decorated student-athletes collected the final athletic awards of the 2011-12 campaign. Roanoke's Carmen Graves and Lynchburg's James Bell were named the ODAC Track & Field Athletes of the Year for the second straight season. Bell earned the honor outright in 2011 while Graves shared her accolade with LC’s Jessica Gibbs a year ago.
|June 5, 2012
A pair of Maroons earned the conference's top awards in a vote of the ODAC Board of Directors at the annual league meetings last week. Roanoke College women's track athlete Sarah Witt was recognized as the Marge Berkley Award winner, while golfer Brandon Ketron was tabbed the winner of the Doc Jopson Award.
|April 10, 2012
Randolph College will be increasing its sports sponsorship by four beginning in 2013-14, as announced by the College on Tuesday. The WildCats will begin preparations for new programs in men's and women's indoor track as well as men's and women's outdoor track & field. The four sports increase Randolph's total sponsorship to 17 sports.
2010-11 Indoor Track News
|June 23, 2011
Lynchburg's James Bell (pictured) was joined by fellow Hornet Jessica Gibbs and Roanoke's Carmen Graves in being named the ODAC Men's and Women's Track & Field Athletes of the Year. All three competed in the NCAA Championships last month in Delaware, Ohio, and were standout performers throughout the ODAC season.
|June 10, 2011
Three student-athletes earned the conference's top awards in a vote of the ODAC Board of Directors at the annual league meetings earlier this week. W&L's Greg Kurkis was recognized as the Doc Jopson Award winner. BC's Christina Rhodes and W&L's Emmy Mathews will share the Marge Berkely Award., marking the first tie in Berkely Award history.
|March 30, 2011
Five student-athletes from Old Dominion Athletic Conference member schools earned a 2011 ODAC/Farm Bureau Scholar-Athlete Award during the winter athletic schedule. Farm Bureau Insurance is the proud presenter of each award for the ODAC's 22 sponsored sports.
2009-10 Indoor Track News
|June 17, 2010
The postseason awards continued to roll in for a pair of the conferences most successful spring athletes as the ODAC track & field coaches voted on their sports top athletes of the 2010 campaign. Bridgewater senior Courtney Hartman and fellow senior Ricky Flynn from Lynchburg were named the 2010 ODAC Mens and Womens Track & Field Athletes of the Year.
|April 27, 2010
Six student-athletes from Old Dominion Athletic Conference member schools earned a 2010 ODAC/Farm Bureau Scholar-Athlete Award during the winter athletic schedule. Farm Bureau Insurance is the proud presenter of each award for the ODAC's 22 sponsored sports.
|April 27, 2010
Just three days after leading his Lynchburg outdoor mens track & field team to the 2010 ODAC Championship and earning conference Coach of the Year honors, head mens cross country and track and field coach Dr. Jack Toms announced his retirement Tuesday from coaching, effective at the end of the season. He will remain as the director of athletics at the school.
2008-09 Indoor Track News
|June 29, 2009
Washington and Lee seniors Becca Taylor and Elizabeth Webb have been named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine College Division Womens Cross Country and Track & Field Team as selected by CoSIDA. Both Taylor and Webb were tabbed to the third team.
|May 1, 2009
Junior sprinter Robin Yerkes has added another trophy to her resume by becoming the 2009 USTFCCCA South/Southeast Region Womens Indoor Track Athlete of the Year.
|April 29, 2009
Washington and Lee cross country and track & field athlete Elizabeth Webb has been awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships. The award is a $7,500 scholarship for academic work beyond the baccalaureate degree as a full-time or part-time graduate student.
2007-08 Indoor Track News
|December 17, 2007
Lynchburg College received five first place nods and a total of 34 points to edge out Bridgewater College by four points in the 2007 ODAC Mens Indoor Track Coaches Poll. The Eagles picked up the remaining first place vote and tallied 30 overall votes in the annual coaches survey.
2006-07 Indoor Track News
|February 23, 2008
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference has seen only two schools win championships in womens indoor track and field with Lynchburg College leading the class with eight titles while Roanoke College has collected four championships in the 12 years of competition.
|February 23, 2007
In 2007, the Old Dominion Athletic Conference has seen a dynasty in Lynchburg College. Head Coach Jack Toms has seen his indoor track and field team win nine consecutive ODAC titles and 20 overall throughout history. The preseason poll as voted on by the coaches has the Hornets looking for an unprecedented 21st victory.
|November 30, 2006
Both of last seasons Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) indoor track and field champions return solid squads this winter, leading to early predictions of a pair of back-to-back titles. Lynchburg College, the 2006 mens champion, and last years womens title winner, Roanoke College, earned top billing in the annual ODAC Indoor Track and Field Preseason Coaches Polls. The Hornets picked up four first place votes among the mens coaches while the Maroons garnered all six top tallies for the women.