• ODAC Players of the Week - Week 34
    April 24, 2018
    Weekly awards are reduced by nearly half today with golf and outdoor track & field regular seasons in the books. No worries, however, as those still in action put together strong performances for ODAC crowds. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Jason Sarro from Roanoke men's lacrosse, Cordelia Peters from Washington and Lee women's lacrosse, Whitney Kiser from Bridgewater women's tennis, Matthew Moody from Hampden-Sydney men's tennis, Jacob Pilarski from Virginia Wesleyan baseball, Madie Rhoads from Randolph-Macon softball, Sam Watson from RC baseball, and Harley Jones from R-MC softball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 32
    April 09, 2018
    Just a few weeks are left in the spring season as teams and athletes gear up for the stretch run. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Kiersten Richardson from Virginia Wesleyan softball, Luke Nussman from Shenandoah baseball, Candace Whittemore from Randolph-Macon softball, Colin Morse from SU baseball, Josh Irby from Lynchburg men's golf, Maggie Kingora from VWU women's golf, Andreas Combos from VWU men's tennis, Keyu Jin at Randolph women's tennis, Jennifer Calascione from Roanoke women's track, Quentin Webert from VWU men's track, Quinn Harlan from RC women's track, Azavier Kirtley from LC men's track, Jess Castelo from Washington and Lee women's lacrosse, and Ian Levin from Hampden-Sydney men's lacrosse.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 31
    April 02, 2018
    We're officially in the stretch run with the turn of the calendar to April. You wouldn't be able to tell from ODAC performances, however, as the athletes have been peaking for several weeks already. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Josh Hill from Guilford men's golf, Mary-Frances Hall from Washington and Lee women's golf, Ian Davies from Roanoke men's lacrosse, Kelsi Trevisan from Lynchburg women's lacrosse, Mara Briggs from RC women's track, Grant Amoateng from Eastern Mennonite men's track, Natalie Deacon from LC women's track, Keyontae Norfleet from Virginia Wesleyan men's track, Matt Hwang from Shenandoah men's tennis, Christina Harris from LC women's tennis, Ryan Duphorn from Randolph-Macon baseball, Madison Glaubke from VWU softball, Colin Selby from R-MC baseball, and Hanna Hull from VWU softball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 30
    March 26, 2018
    Winter weather persisted for what spring sports hope is the final week of the year. While some sports saw limited contests, that didn't keep performances from hitting the upper echelon. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Will Salva from Roanoke baseball, Sydney Layman from Bridgewater softball, Bailey Hall from Eastern Mennonite baseball, Jakob Keidel from Virginia Wesleyan men's golf, Dani Murray and Jack Hodgson from Washington and Lee women's and men's lacrosse, Ashley Schmitz from Randolph women's tennis, Joe Dillenbeck from BC men's tennis, Dash Dericks from W&L men's track, Mara Briggs from RC women's track, DJ Petty from RAND men's track, Natalie Deacon from Lynchburg women's track, and Kelsi Martin from EMU softball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 29
    March 19, 2018
    ODAC spring athletes and teams continue to gear up with full conference play on the horizon. The performances over the past week show they're ready for the challenge. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Sean Guida from Roanoke baseball, Kendall Varner from Emory & Henry softball, Ben West from RC baseball, Candace Whittemore from Randolph-Macon softball, Christina Herbert from Bridgewater women's golf, James Mishoe from Guilford men's golf, Cordelia Peters and Jack Taylor from Washington and Lee women's and men's lacrosse, Joe Dillen and Nicole Shifflett from BC men's and women's tennis, Dash Dericks from W&L men's track, Bailey Parks from RC women's track, Alex Dolwick from W&L men's track, and Kaleigh Hinton from W&L women's track
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 28
    March 12, 2018
    Spring sports are officially a full go with outdoor track and golf opening their seasons. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Christina Herbert from Bridgewater women's golf, Sean Puleo from Washington and Lee men's golf, Abby Zorrilla from Shenandoah women's lacrosse, Evan Lombardo from Lynchburg men's lacrosse, Ryan Shepard from BC men's outdoor track, Rachel Murray, Kevin Moran, and Endasia Mitchell from LC outdoor track, Christina Harris from LC women's tennis, Grant Sarver from Randolph-Macon men's tennis, Sydney Reath from Eastern Mennonite softball, Colin Morse from SU baseball, Savannah Wood from R-MC softball, and Joseph Tuzzolo from R-MC baseball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 27
    March 05, 2018
    Despite some very high winds that knocked out power for much of the state near the weekend, ODAC spring athletes showed they're near mid-season form with some outstanding performances over the past week. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): A.J. Witherell from Washington and Lee men's lacrosse, Dwyer Neal from Bridgewater women's lacrosse, Christina Harris from Lynchburg women's tennis, Harry Shepherd from W&L men's tennis, Michael Bugonowicz from Shenandoah baseball, Amy Large from Virginia Wesleyan softball, Ben Sexton from Emory & Henry baseball, and Hanna Hull from VWU softball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 26
    February 26, 2018
    Spring sports continue to gear up as the winter season begins its closing overture with NCAA postseason competition. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Anna O'Hara and Sean MacLeish from Bridgewater lacrosse, Brett Dubin from Shenandoah men's tennis, Valerie Marshall from Washington and Lee women's tennis, Makayla Carver from Guilford softball, Jacob Pilarski from Virginia Wesleyan baseball, Hanna Hull from VWU softball, and Zach Roberts from Eastern Mennonite baseball.
  • Washington and Lee Leads ODAC Men's Tennis Preseason Poll
    February 01, 2018
    Washington and Lee University has lifted eight straight league trophies and was picked to repeat yet again as the Generals headline the annual ODAC Men's Tennis Preseason Poll conducted by the league's head coaches. W&L earned 10 first place votes on the way to 100 total points. Guilford College and Hampden-Sydney College are separated by just three points for the next two positions. The Quakers tallied 84 points, while the Tigers picked up 81 markers including the remaining top nod.
  • Lynchburg Names Johnson Director of Tennis
    June 22, 2017
    Director of Athletics Jon Waters announced today that Chris Johnson has been appointed as the Director of Tennis. He will assume his duties effective immediately.
  • Emory & Henry Selects Johnston As Next Tennis Head Coach
    June 21, 2017
    The Emory & Henry College Department of Athletics and Interim Director of Athletics Anne Crutchfield are pleased to announce the hiring of Christine Johnston as Head Men's & Women's Tennis Coach.
  • W&L Men's Tennis Falls to Sewanee in NCAA Second Round
    May 13, 2017
    The Washington and Lee men's tennis team saw its season come to an end with a 5-3 loss to Sewanee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday at Emory University.
  • Generals' Krasner Highlights All-ODAC Men's Tennis Awards
    May 09, 2017
    Washington and Lee University standout Jordan Krasner joins his women's teammate Brooke Donnelly in taking home a pair of major honors to highlight the 2017 All-ODAC Men's Tennis Awards. Krasner earned ODAC Player of the Year honors in addition to being selected as the ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete. Bridgewater College mentor Jordon Robinson garnered ODAC Coach of the Year honors from his peers, while Guilford College first-year competitor Tate Godwin picked up ODAC Rookie of the Year laurels.
  • Generals Capture 36th ODAC Men's Tennis Championship
    May 07, 2017
    The top-seeded Washington and Lee men's tennis team claimed its league-record 36th Old Dominion Athletic Conference title with a 5-0 victory over third-seeded Guilford in the championship match of the conference tournament.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 34
    May 01, 2017
    We've reached that time, the final weekly awards of the year as the spring sports have either concluded their conference tournaments or are gearing up for them. Those earning weekly awards include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Annie McCorry from Shenandoah women's lacrosse, Jack Hodgson from Washington and Lee men's lacrosse, Michael Moody from Hampden-Sydney men's tennis, Jamiah Lewis from Bridgewater women's tennis, John Ruhlman from Roanoke baseball, and Abel Arocho from SU baseball.
  • ODAC Men's Tennis Tournament Field Announced
    April 30, 2017
    Last season, Washington and Lee University captured a conference-record 35th ODAC men's tennis trophy, but did so as the second seed. Heading into the 2017 ODAC Men's Tennis Tournament, the Generals return to their familiar perch atop the eight-team field for next week's postseason event.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 33
    April 24, 2017
    Weather played havor with schedules over the weekend, but that didn't keep ODAC athletes from putting together some outstanding performances. Those earning weekly awards include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Robert Marcelle from Shenandoah baseball, Harley Jones from Randolph-Macon softball, Danny Devereux from Washington and Lee baseball, Haley Tucker from W&L women's lacrosse, Kevin Jackson from Roanoke men's lacrosse, Emily Henderson from RC women's tennis, Paul Gladstone from Virginia Wesleyan men's tennis, and Hanna Hull from VWC softball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 32
    April 17, 2017
    Spring championships are right around the corner, and ODAC athletes continue to gear up for runs in the postseason. Those earning weekly awards include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Cole Migliorini from Randolph-Macon baseball, Taylor Carter from Roanoke softball, Colin Morse from Shenandoah baseball, Hanna Hull from Virginia Wesleyan softball, Morgan Barlow from RC women's lacrosse, Evan Lombardo from Lynchburg men's lacrosse, Kateri Johnson from Hollins tennis, Paul Gladstone from Virginia Wesleyan men's tennis, Evan Truman from LC men's track, Lizzy Stanton from Washington and Lee women's track, Mac Strehler from W&L men's track, Marissa Coombs from VWC women's track, Alex Nelson from R-MC men's golf, and Christina Herbert from Bridgewater women's golf.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 31
    April 10, 2017
    Conference pictures are starting to come into focus as ODAC teams work deeper into their seasons and athletes continue to perform at high levels. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Mary-Frances Hall from Washington and Lee women's golf, Zachary Evens from Guilford men's golf, Alicia Sandoval from Lynchburg women's lacrosse, Logan Adams from LC men's lacrosse, Grant Amoateng from Eastern Mennonite men's track, Katelyn Senger from Bridgewater women's track, Evan Truman from LC men's track, Amber Celen from BC women's track, Whitney Kiser from BC women's tennis, Joe Dillenbeck from BC men's tennis, Danielle Loving from Emory & Henry softball, Jeff Butler from Randolph-Macon baseball, Hanna Hull from Virginia Wesleyan softball, and Tom Concklin from W&L baseball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 30
    April 03, 2017
    All conference sports are settling into the ODAC portions of their schedules, lending to some outstanding performances over the past week. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Matt Wasson from Washington and Lee baseball, Jessica Lindsay from Virginia Wesleyan softball, Eli Sumpter from Roanoke baseball, Hanna Hull from VWC softball, Emily Saathoff from Randolph-Macon women's golf, Ocean Armstrong from Bridgewater men's golf, Susie Snee from R-MC women's lacrosse, Evan Lombardo from Lynchburg men's lacrosse, Thomas Rishcoff from BC men's tennis, Brooke Donnelly from W&L women's tennis, Prescott Terrell from BC men's track, Katelyn Senger from BC women's track, Connor Faint from Eastern Mennonite men's track, and Tajah Miller from EMU women's track.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 29
    March 27, 2017
    Spring schedules filled with a few more conference games over the past week as ODAC teams return from spring break and associated trips. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Kiersten Richardson from Virginia Wesleyan softball, Anderson Baldy from Washington and Lee baseball, Hanna Hull from VWC softball, Amanda Dionne from Guilford women's lacrosse, Ian Levin from Hampden-Sydney men's lacrosse, Michelle Fleenor from W&L women's tennis, Will Bannister from W&L men's tennis, Carter Morgan from VWC men's golf, Katelyn Senger from Bridgewater women's track, Dash Dericks from W&L mens' track, Amanda Lee from W&L women's track, Evan Truman from Lynchburg men's track, and Nick Bay from VWC baseball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 28
    March 20, 2017
    The first day of spring brings about the first full report for spring sports with a complete list of 14 honorees. Those earning weekly honors include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Teresa Wagner from Roanoke softball, Chase Mayberry from Hampden-Sydney baseball, Caley Hodge from Emory & Henry softball, Cole Migliorini from Randolph-Macon baseball, Robert Quinilty from Washington and Lee men's golf, Christina Herbert from Bridgewater women's golf, Hunter Brown from HSC men's lacrosse, Jess Castelo from W&L women's lacrosse, Brooke Donnelly from W&L women's tennis, Matthew Moody from HSC men's tennis, Dana Lee from W&L women's track, Connor Faint from Eastern Mennonite men's track, Trevanna Berryman from Randolph women's track, and Dash Dericks from W&L men's track.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 27
    March 13, 2017
    Spring break trips dotted this week's schedules with teams playing a heavy amount of games. Those earning weekly awards include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Liza Freed from Washington and Lee women's golf, Brian Peccie from W&L men's golf, Mesa Martorell from Guilford men's tennis, Caitlin Delmas from Randolph-Macon women's tennis, Stephen LaTona from Shenandoah men's lacrosse, Mariah Foltz from Eastern Mennonite softball, Stuart Brown from R-MC baseball, Hanna Hull from Virginia Wesleyan softball, Patrick Monteverde from VWC baseball, and Alex Lightfoot from R-MC women's lacrosse.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 26
    March 06, 2017
    Weather tried to effect play over the past week, but it didn't keep ODAC athletes from performing at high levels. Those earning weekly awards include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Kiersten Richardson from Virginia Wesleyan softball, Jake Loew from Shenandoah baseball, Candace Whittemore from Randolph-Macon softball, Peter Lindley from Roanoke men's lacrosse, Hayley Soutter from Washington and Lee women's lacrosse, Jordan Krasner from W&L men's tennis, Melissa Tomlin from R-MC women's tennis, and John Ruhlman from RC baseball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 25
    February 27, 2017
    We're officially into spring season as the winter sports have come to a close following last week's ODAC championships for basketball and indoor track. Those earning weekly awards include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Chadwick Feeley from Washington and Lee baseball, Harley Jones from Randolph-Macon softball, Gerard DePhillips from Shenandoah baseball, Elliot Gilbert from W&L women's lacrosse, Peter Lindley from Roanoke men's lacrosse, Maz Zheng from W&L men's tennis, Gaby Tersigni from Randolph-Macon women's tennis, and Hanna Hull from Virginia Wesleyan softball.
  • ODAC Players of the Week - Week 24
    February 20, 2017
    Crossover season is officially underway with a full slate of sports in action the past week. Those earning weekly awards include (pictured, l-r, t-b): Zack Burnett from Lynchburg men's basketball, Kelly Williams from Randolph-Macon women's basketball, A.J. Witherell from Washington and Lee men's lacrosse, Haley Tucker from W&L women's lacrosse, Courtney Lackey from Guilford softball, Eric Yost from GC baseball, Darby Kozan from GC softball, Jake Loew from Shenandoah baseball, Tate Godwin from GC men's tennis, Brooke Donnelly from W&L women's tennis, Evan Griffey from LC men's indoor track, Oksana Kittrell from Eastern Mennonite women's indoor track, Alec Thibodeaux from EMU men's indoor track, and Amber Celen from Bridgewater women's indoor track.
  • Washington and Lee Heads ODAC Men's Tennis Preseason Poll
    February 03, 2017
    Washington and Lee University has hoisted seven consecutive conference trophies and was picked to repeat yet again as the Generals headline the annual ODAC Men's Tennis Preseason Poll conducted by the league's head coaches. W&L earned 10 first place votes on the way to 100 total points. The next four ranks in the table are separated by just 19 points, with Bridgewater College sitting second with 82 tallies. Guilford College and its 70 points are just two ticks clear of Hampden-Sydney College for third place, although the Tigers did corral the final first place nod. Virginia Wesleyan College rounds out the tightly packed group with 63 points.
  • Lynchburg Tabs Christopher Clarke as Director of Tennis
    December 07, 2016
    Director of Athletics Jon Waters announced today the appointment of Christopher Clarke as the new Director of Tennis for the Lynchburg Hornets. " Chris has had a wide variety of tennis experiences and will be a great mentor and coach for our tennis programs as they continue to build on the successes of last year and the hard work that they have put in this fall. " said Waters. Clarke, a PTR Certified Professional, will begin immediately.
  • Former LC Standout Record Returns to Lead Hornet Tennis Programs
    August 19, 2016
    Athletic Director Jon Waters announced on Friday that former Lynchburg College tennis standout and Hall of Fame member Kevin Record has been named the head men's and women's coach of the Hornets. Record made the finals of the ODAC tournament at the No. 2 singles position three times and, along with Conrad Frey, was among the first two LC players ever selected to play in the NCAA Tournament.
  • Roanoke Selects Morris to Lead Men's Tennis Program
    July 27, 2016
    Roanoke College Director of Athletics Scott Allison announced Wednesday the appointment of Jake Morris as the Maroons Head Men's Tennis Coach. No stranger to the Maroon program, Morris capped a successful career on the court for RC in May and will now transition to the coaching ranks. A four-year letter winner and a two-time captain of the Maroons, Morris graduated with a degree in sports management from RC in May.
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