Mike Graves, Bridgewater College
Graves, a junior from Silver Springs, Md., hit .630 from the leadoff spot for the Eagles last week covering six games of action.  Bridgewater went 5-1 during the stretch.  Graves had 17 hits in the six games, including five doubles.  He was 5-for-6 against Greensboro, 4-for6 versus Emory & Henry ,and 6-for-8 in a doubleheader against Roanoke.  He also drove in four runs during the week and scored six runs. 

Daniel Hadra, Hampden-Sydney College
Hadra, a junior from Mechanicsville, Va., earned a save in game one and the win in the second contest in a doubleheader against Washington & Lee University.  He allowed one hit and one walk while striking out a pair of Generals in the final inning of opening game for his first save of the season.  He came back in the nightcap with eight strong innings to improve to 5-2 on the year.  He scattered nine hits while giving up only one earned run while fanning six batters. 

Baseball Honor Roll
Matt Nolen, Bridgewater Turned in two solid starts last week, earning a no decision vs. Greensboro and the win over E&H... fanned nine in the win over the Wasps and 14 for the week.
Josh Michael, Hampden-Sydney Went 10-for-19 with two doubles, a homer and five RBI... also scored five runs.
Eric McAfee, Emory & Henry Batted .500 with six doubles and 13 RBI last week for the Wasps... went 4-for-6 with six RBI in a 16-15 win over RMC.
Phil Drew, Guilford Went 7-for-17 with five RBI... Against W&L, he went 3-for-4 with four runs batted in.
Reid MacLean, Guilford Went 1-0 in two starts, striking out 10 and allowing two earned runs in 13 innings of work.
Ronnie LaBrie, Lynchburg Hit .467 with a double, two triples, one homer and six runs batted in... also scored nine runs.
Joey Crawford, Randolph-Macon Collected 12 RBI with three home runs on the week... had five runs batted in apiece in a doubleheader with E&H.
Keith Petters, Virginia Wesleyan Hit .500 with a double, homer and five runs batted in... went 3-for-5 in the first game with Guilford, clubbing both the double and homer with four RBI.
Chris Rivera, Virginia Wesleyan Recorded his 12th complete game of the season in a 13-3 win over Guilford... Struck out four and scattered seven hits with two walks along the way.
Ray Sweeney, Washington & Lee Went 6-for-12 with five doubles and three RBI in a 1-3 week for the Generals

Scott Russell, Hampden-Sydney
Russell, a senior from Darien, Conn., helped the Tigers to a 10-9 win over Lynchburg College with excellent play between the pipes and surrounding his goal.  Russell made 17 saves and picked up eight ground balls to bring HSC's record to 11-2 overall, 4-1 in conference.  Russes boasts a .642 save percentage and a 6.39 goals against average for the season.  The latter figure is an ODAC top mark. 

Men's Lacrosse Honor Roll
Todd Bochenek, Guilford Scored three times and picked up seven groundballs  in a two game week for the Quakers.
Seth Fishman, Washington & Lee Notched four goals and grabbed six groundballs in a 2-0 week for the Generals.

Kelsi Robinson, Washington & Lee University
Robinson, a sophomore from West Chester, Pa., scored nine goals and helped out on five others for a 14-point week for the Generals.  Washington & Lee went 3-0 to finished 8-0 going into the ODAC tournament.  Robinson scored twice and picked up three assists against Hollins.  She followed that up with three goals and two more helpers in a 15-6 win over Lynchburg.  She finished her week with four tallies in a 16-5 win over Virginia Wesleyan. 

Women's Lacrosse Honor Roll
Sarah Wade, Bridgewater Scored nine goals and picked up three assists in a 2-1 week for the Eagles... tallied four times with a pair of assists in an 18-8 win over Arcadia.
Jessica Bolton, Guilford Made 14 saves and picked up a pair of groundballs in a 12-8 win over Greensboro.
Nichole Locher, Lynchburg Scored seven times with three assists in two games for the Hornets... scored five times with all three helpers in a 17-15 loss to Christopher Newport.
Traci Phipps, Randolph-Macon Scored four times and recorded nine assists with seven draw controls in a 1-0 week for the Yellow Jackets... had two goals and seven assists in an 18-2 win over Hollins.
Julie Sellers, Sweet Briar Picked up seven goals and helped on another in a 1-2 week for the Vixens... Scored four times with one assist in a 13-12 win over Methodist.

Tony Konate, Bridgewater College
Konate, a freshman from Reston, Va., won both sprints and ran a leg on the winning 4x100-meter relay team at the Royals Invitational at Eastern Mennonite University last weekend.  He won the 100-meter dash in a time of 11.03 seconds, and came through in the 200-meter dash in 22.06 seconds. 

Men's Outdoor Track and Field Honor Roll
Nathan Turner Came in first in the discus with an EMU record mark of 45.01 meters... finished second in both the shot put (13.43 meteres) and the hammer throw (51.08 meters)
Jason Taylor, Virginia Wesleyan Set three VWC records in the 100 (11.45 sec.), 200 (22.69 sec.) and 400 (51.53)... also part of the 4x400 relay team (3:37.54).

Michelle Leaman, Eastern Mennonite University
Leaman, a freshman from Broadway, Va., set a new record with her time in the 100-meter hurdles, finishing in 15.65 seconds.  She finished second in that event, and did the same in the 400-meter hurdles in a time of 1:09.41.  She also ran a leg on the winning 4x400-meter relay team, coming in at a time of 4:26.97. 

Women's Outdoor Track & Field Honor Roll
Courtney Hartman, Bridgewater Placed first in the heptathlon at the Generals combined meet, posting 4,112 points... she qualified provisionally for the nationals with that performance.