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November 12, 2016 Generals Tripped Up by Hardin-Simmons in NCAA Women's Soccer First Round The Washington and Lee women's soccer team fell in the first-round of the NCAA Tournament to ninth-ranked Hardin-Simmons, 3-0, on Saturday...
November 12, 2016 Virginia Wesleyan Falls to Brandeis in NCAA Women's Soccer First Round The Virginia Wesleyan College women's soccer team lost to Brandeis, 3-0 on Saturday afternoon in the first round of the NCAA Division III...
November 12, 2016 Lynchburg Falls to Thomas More in NCAA Women's Soccer Second Round The Lynchburg women's soccer team was defeated by the fourth ranked Thomas More Saints (22-0-1) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament...
November 11, 2016 Lynchburg Downs Hope to Move on to NCAA Second Round First-year forward Alyssa Rudy put the caps on a five-goal contest featuring Lynchburg College and Hope College, notching the deciding tally...

Standings

2016 ODAC Women's Soccer Standings

School Pts Conf Overall
Washington and LeeWashington and Lee 25 8-1-1 15-4-1
Virginia WesleyanVirginia Wesleyan 24 7-0-3 12-6-3
LynchburgLynchburg 23 7-1-2 15-3-3
ShenandoahShenandoah 21 7-3 13-7-1
RoanokeRoanoke 21 7-3 9-6-4
BridgewaterBridgewater 19 6-3-1 13-5-1
Randolph-MaconRandolph-Macon 16 5-4-1 7-8-3
Eastern MennoniteEastern Mennonite 12 4-6 8-10-1
RandolphRandolph 12 4-6 6-11-1
GuilfordGuilford 10 3-6-1 6-9-1
Emory & HenryEmory & Henry 4 1-8-1 4-13-1
Sweet BriarSweet Briar 3 1-9 2-15
HollinsHollins 0 0-10 2-17

Players of The Week

Tricia Jessee Washington and Lee Sr. Forward October 31, 2016 Jessee, a senior from Roanoke, Va., helped the Generals wrap up the top seed in the upcoming ODAC Tournament with two conference wins last week. After contributing three shots in a 1-0 win at Randolph-Macon, Jessee recorded five points in Washington...
Marli Hayward Virginia Wesleyan Fr. Forward October 24, 2016 Hayward, a freshman from Haymarket, Va., helped Virginia Wesleyan remain in the top-three in the ODAC standings entering the final week in the Marlins 1-0-1 week. After aiding the VWC attack in a 3-2 win over Bridgewater, Hayward rescued a point from...
Keri Rager Bridgewater Jr. Forward October 17, 2016 Rager, a junior from Laurel, Md., produced in all three ODAC wins for Bridgewater last week, racking up seven total points as Bridgewater moved to within two standings points of the top spot in the conference table. Rager opened with an assist in a...
Emily Yergin Shenandoah Fr. Forward October 10, 2016 Yergin, a freshman from Warrenton, Va., continues to be a goal scoring machine for Shenandoah as she tallied five times last week to pick up her third straight ODAC weekly award and help the Hornets push their winning streak to seven straight games....
Emily Yergin Shenandoah Fr. Forward October 03, 2016 Yergin, a freshman from Warrenton, Va., picks up her second straight weekly award after collected 12 points in two ODAC wins for Shenandoah last week. Yergin began the week with a brace in 5-0 victory over Eastern Mennonite. She then registered a hat...
Emily Yergin Shenandoah Fr. Forward September 26, 2016 Yergin, a freshman from Warrenton, Va., helped the Hornets to a pair of wins last week including a victory in their ODAC opener. Yergin began her week with two goals in Shenandoah's 4-0 victory at Southern Virginia. She then tallied the game's only...
Caroline Peters Washington and Lee So. Forward September 19, 2016 Peters, a sophomore from Charlotte, N.C., posted six points in the Generals' 2-0 showing last week. Peters began her week with the opening tally in a 3-0 road win at York (Pa.). She followed that up with two second-half to twice bring Washington...
Hannah Olds Lynchburg Jr. Forward September 12, 2016 Olds, a junior from Wilmington, N.C., registered seven points last week, helping the Hornets to a 2-0 showing. Olds notched the opening tally and then added an insurance goal in a 4-0 victory over perennial national qualifier Emory University. She...
Erin Septer Shenandoah Sr. Goalkeeper September 06, 2016 Septer, a senior from Hamilton, N.J., preserved a pair of shutouts in 180 minutes of action to help the Hornets start the season 2-0. Septer opened the season with three stops and Shenandoah went on the road to defeat Franklin & Marshall...

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