ODAC Basketball Tournament News

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
March 1, 2015
Nancy Kelly snared an offensive rebound with nine seconds on the clock, drew a foul, and hit two pressure-packed free throws to help lift fourth-seeded Virginia Wesleyan College to a thrilling 59-57 victory over third-seeded Lynchburg College in the 2015 ODAC Women's Basketball championship game. The win gave VWC its first-ever ODAC championship in women's basketball.

MEN'S BASKETBALL
March 1, 2015
Senior Marcus Badger was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player with 19 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in the title game as the top-seeded Randolph-Macon men's basketball team outlasted No. 2 Virginia Wesleyan 81-74 in overtime in the ODAC Championship Game Sunday afternoon at the Salem Civic Center.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
February 28, 2015
A strong defensive effort gave the third-seeded Lynchburg College women's basketball team a 53-40 victory Saturday night over #7 Emory & Henry College in the semifinals of the 2015 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Tournament. The Hornets are looking for the first ODAC title in program history.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
February 28, 2015
The Marlins jumped on top-seeded Eastern Mennonite University's Royals early and led most of the way en route to posting an impressive 78-71 victory in Saturday's semifinal game at the Salem Civic Center. VWC, which snapped EMU's 11-game winning streak, advances to the ODAC championship game on Sunday, March 1, at 3:30 p.m. It will mark Virginia Wesleyan's sixth appearance in the title game overall and fifth in the last nine years, the latter under the director of current head coach Stephany Dunmyer.

MEN'S BASKETBALL
February 28, 2015
No. 1 Randolph-Macon controlled the final minutes of the first half in Saturday's ODAC Semifinal game, and made the stretch stick as they ended Eastern Mennonite's season, 67-57. After leading by 10 early in the game, it was a disappointing end for the senior-laded Runnin Royals as they close the year with a record of 17-10.

MEN'S BASKETBALL
February 28, 2015
Virginia Wesleyan College held Guilford College without a field goal for over 11 minutes in the second half of Saturday's 61-51 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Tournament semifinal victory.

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