ODAC Swimming Championships News

February 10, 2014
ODAC Announces All-Conference Swimming Awards
Emory & Henry College took home two major awards as part of the 2014 All-ODAC Swimming awards. The Wasps' Allison Fowler and Michaela Nolte were tabbed the ODAC Swimmer of the Year and ODAC Rookie of the Year, respectively. Sweet Briar College head coach Jason Gallaher was named the ODAC Coach of the Year. Washington and Lee University's Stephanie Foster garnered ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete accolades from the league's sports information directors, and Guilford College's Morgan McKinnon received the Bonnie Kestner Sportsmanship Award.

February 9, 2014
Washington and Lee Captures 24th ODAC Swimming Title
Washington and Lee University captured its 24th overall and seventh straight ODAC swimming title after racking up 953 points over three days of competition in the 2014 ODAC Swimming Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C. The Generals won 10 events over the weekend, including two on Sunday during the meet’s final six races.

February 8, 2014
Generals Extend Lead at ODAC Swimming Championships
The second day of competition at the 2014 ODAC Swimming Championships proved to be arguably the fastest set of events in conference history as 15 records were set or reset in addition to eight performances eclipsing the NCAA Division III "B" cut towards national championship qualification. Washington and Lee University was involved in nine new standards and five B-cut swims as the Generals extended their lead in the points standings.

February 7, 2014
Washington and Lee Leads After First Day of ODAC Swimming
Washington and Lee University won three events on the way to 275 points to sit atop the standings after the first day of competition at the 2014 ODAC Swimming Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Seven records fell overall, with W&L involved in three new standards and Emory & Henry College figuring in the remaining four. The Wasps are second in the team rankings (148 points), while Randolph-Macon College (133 points) rounds out the top three.

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