ODAC Men's Tennis News Archive
2017-18 ODAC Men's Tennis News
|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.
|April 9, 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.
|April 2, 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.
2016-17 ODAC Men's Tennis News
|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.
|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.
|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.
2015-16 ODAC Men's Tennis News
|June 6, 2016
Eastern Mennonite University and Washington and Lee University added to their awards quota for the 2015-16 season as the ODAC Board of Directors announced the annual winners of the top scholar-athlete awards in the conference. Royals' cross country and track & field star Hannah Chappell-Dick was selected as the Marjorie Berkley Award winner, while Generals' tennis standout Michael Holt was tabbed for the Harry G. "Doc" Jopson Award.
|May 17, 2016
Virginia Wesleyan College and Washington and Lee University each took home a pair of major honors as part of the All-ODAC Men's Tennis Awards. Marlins standout Graham Wilson and head coach Marty Perry were named the ODAC Player and Coach of the Year, respectively. The Generals Zack Ely garnered ODAC Rookie of the Year laurels, while teammate Michael Holt secured his third straight ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete award.
|May 14, 2016
The Washington and Lee men's tennis team saw its season end in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament with a 5-0 loss to top-ranked Emory University on Saturday. The Eagles swept the doubles and then claimed straight set wins at No. 1 and No. 6 singles to close out the match.
2014-15 ODAC Men's Tennis News
|August 20, 2015
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference is pleased to announce the 2014-15 ODAC Sportsmanship Teams in each of the 17 winter and spring sports sponsored by the conference. This marks the sixth year the league has recognized these fine student-athletes for their excellence in sportsmanship.
|June 23, 2015
The Virginia Wesleyan College athletic department announced the hiring of Martin Perry as the new Director of Men's and Women's Tennis recently. Perry comes to Virginia Wesleyan from Longwood University where he was the head coach of the men's tennis program. He has also led the Bridgewater College tennis programs.
|June 8, 2015
Washington and Lee University collected its 20th and 21st season-ending conference accolades as the ODAC Board of Directors announced its top two individual student-athlete awards on Monday. Generals' track & field athlete Jillian Katterhagen was recognized as the Marjorie Berkley Award recipient, men's tennis player Christopher Hu took home the Harry G. "Doc" Jopson Award.
2013-14 ODAC Men's Tennis News
|June 11, 2014
Following an extensive search, Bridgewater College Director of Athletics Curt Kendall has announced the hiring of Jordon Robinson as the new head coach for the Eagles men’s and women’s tennis teams.
|May 19, 2014
After eight years at Hampden-Sydney College, Murrie Bates will retire from his post as head tennis coach. His teams went 80-47 overall and 52-22 in the ODAC while finishing top two in the ODAC for four straight seasons, including going undefeated at 9-0 in 2010. He led the Tigers to the conference title in 2009, the same year he was named the state coach of the year. He was also named the ODAC Coach of the Year in 2008 and 2010.
|May 10, 2014
The 26th-ranked Washington and Lee men's tennis team saw its season come to an end with a 5-1 loss to 12th-ranked Kenyon in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Saturday afternoon at the Duchossois Tennis Center.
2012-13 ODAC Men's Tennis News
|May 9, 2013
The 21st-ranked Washington and Lee men's tennis team fell to 23rd-ranked North Carolina Wesleyan by a score of 5-3 in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Thursday afternoon at Emory University.
|May 6, 2013
Washington and Lee University will represent the ODAC in both the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Tennis Team Tournaments, set to begin play May 10-12 in a series of first, second and third round matches. The Generals earned their spots in both tournaments via the ODAC’s automatic bids after winning the conference postseason tourneys.
|May 2, 2013
Washington and Lee standout Hayden White picked up a pair of honors for the second straight year as part of the 2013 ODAC Men's Tennis awards. White was named both the ODAC Player of the Year and the ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the second straight season. Generals' mentor David Detwiler was tabbed the ODAC Coach of the Year, while Virginia Wesleyan newcomer Graham Wilson earned the ODAC Rookie of the Year accolade.
2011-12 Men's Tennis News
|May 12, 2012
The 20th-ranked Washington and Lee men's tennis team saw its season come to an end with a 5-0 loss to second-ranked Emory University in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Saturday afternoon. The loss dropped the Generals to 16-5 overall. Emory advances to the third round where it will meet either Whitman or North Carolina Wesleyan.
|May 11, 2012
The 20th-ranked Washington and Lee men's tennis team recovered from a 3-0 hole following doubles play to record a 5-3 victory over the University of Texas-Tyler in the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Friday afternoon at Emory University. W&L moves on to face host Emory at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday.
|May 10, 2012
The NCAA released its selections for the 2012 Division III Singles and Doubles Championships to be held on May 24-26 at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary, N.C. Junior Hayden White (bottom left), senior Lauren Lukas (top left) and freshman Sonja Meighan will represent Washington and Lee and the ODAC on the men's and women's sides of the bracket.
2010-11 Men's Tennis News
|May 27, 2011
ashington and Lee sophomore Hayden White was eliminated in the Round of 16 at the NCAA Division III Singles Championship on Friday at Pomona-Pitzer. White, ranked seventh in the region, finished his sophomore campaign with a 19-5 overall singles record and a 20-4 doubles mark.
|May 14, 2011
The Washington and Lee men's tennis team saw its season come to an end with a 5-1 loss to North Carolina Wesleyan in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday morning at the W&L Outdoor Courts.
|May 12, 2011
Washington and Lee University will represent the ODAC in the 2011 NCAA Division III Men's Tennis Team Tournament set to begin on Friday. The Generals will host a five-team pod and have earned a bye into the second round. Hayden White (pictured) will also play in the individual singles tournament.
2009-10 Men's Tennis News
|March 7, 2011
Spring Break is in full swing for many schools, with tournaments featuring in several spring sports. This week, nine athletes earned weekly honors, including: Joseph Lucas, BC; Katie Bruce, LC; Shayne Paskanik, VWC (not pictured); Brenae Pettit, VWC; Tim Gavrich, W&L; Gina Valles, RC; Jeff Keating, RC; Christina Douglas, W&L; Will Hall, W&L
|June 11, 2010
A pair of student-athletes were honored with the league's highest honors on Thursday afternoon at the annual ODAC Board of Directors meetings. Rebecca Bradford from VWC was awarded the Marjorie Berkley Award. Fellow senior and H-SC mens tennis star, William Moss, garnered the Harry G. "Doc" Jopson Award.
|May 28, 2010
Hayden White has had quite a rookie year at Washington and Lee, and his season will continue on Friday as the recently crowned ITA Atlantic South Region Rookie of the Year will be the ODACs lone representative at the NCAA Division III Mens Tennis Singles and Doubles Championships. The event will be played at and hosted by Oberlin College.
2008-09 Men's Tennis News
|May 9, 2009
In the second round of the NCAA Tournament, Hampden-Sydney fell short of a regional championship appearance as #2 Emory University took a convincing 5-0 victory.
|May 8, 2009
Hampden-Sydney continues its strong postseason play as the Tigers defeated the Transylvania, 5-1, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Tigers came out strong in doubles play, winning two of the three matches.
|May 5, 2009
A pair of ODAC schools prepare to enter the 2009 NCAA Division III Tennis Tournaments this week as the first three rounds of play begin this weekend. Washington and Lee University will play host to five womens squads on May 8-10 while Hampden-Sydney College travels to Emory University for its NCAA action.
2007-08 Men's Tennis News
|April 21, 2008
Hampden-Sydney College sophomore standout William Moss notched is second Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) mens tennis Player of the Year award this weekend following a vote by the conferences coaches. Teammates Rich Pugh and Andrew McLeod were named the Rookie of the Year and ODAC/Farm Bureau Scholar-Athlete of the Year, respectively, and H-SC mentor Murrie Bates was tabbed the Coach of the Year.
|April 20, 2008
The 16th-ranked Washington and Lee men's tennis team defeated Hampden-Sydney, 9-0, to claim its 13th-straight ODAC championship. The Generals will receive the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
|April 15, 2008
Washington and Lee University will be looking for its 28th Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) mens tennis crown this week as the Generals enter the 2008 postseason tournament as the top seed following an unblemished league regular season record. Hampden-Sydney College holds the second rank while Roanoke College and Bridgewater College fill out the top four seeds, respectively.
2006-07 Men's Tennis News
|June 26, 2007
Bridgewater College Director of Athletics Curt Kendall has announced the hiring of Conor Smith as the head mens and womens tennis coach.
|May 14, 2007
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) released its 2006-07 regional award winners on Monday afternoon. Washington and Lee Men's Tennis Coach David Detwiler and Women's Tennis Coach Cinda Rankin were both named the Atlantic South Region Coach of the Year for Division III. Additionally, senior Ginny Wortham (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) was selected as the recipient of the Division III Atlantic South Region ITA/Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sportsmanship Award.
|March 1, 2007
After finishing on top of the mens tennis standings for the 11th consecutive time in 2006, Washington & Lee was picked to win its 27th overall ODAC title and make it back to the NCAA tournament in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) 2007 Preseason Poll.