ODAC Players of the Week: February 9, 2015
February 9, 2015
Spring sports are starting to trickle into action as baseball joins basketball and indoor track for this week, while swimming prepares for its championship this coming weekend in Greensboro. Those earning weekly awards include (l-r, t-b): Shakeerah Sykes, EMU (WBB); Tom Concklin, W&L (BSB); Nick Maiolo, RMC (BSB); Clayton Murtha, W&L (MBB); Kim Alfaro, LC (WIT); Alex Martin, GC (MIT).
ODAC Fall Sportsmanship Teams Announced
January 8, 2015
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference is pleased to announce the 2014-15 ODAC Sportsmanship Teams in each of the fall sports sponsored by the conference. This marks the sixth year the league has recognized these fine student-athletes for their excellence in sportsmanship. Seventy-five athletes were honored this season.
Four Earn All-American Honors to Lead Football Awards
December 21, 2014
Four athletes from ODAC schools earned All-American recognition to lead the conference's contingent of award winners. Guilford defensive back Satiir Stevenson was tabbed to the first team by D3fooball.com and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), while teammate and fellow defensive back JerMario Gooch picked up a second team spot from D3football.com. Hampden-Sydney receiver Holton Walker also received second team recognition, while Bridgewater return-man Jordan Hartman was selected...
Hampden-Sydney's Nash Nance Wins Lanier Award
December 11, 2014
Senior quarterback Nash Nance (Calhoun, GA/Tennessee) was named the winner of the Willie Lanier Award on Wednesday night, given to the top player in Division II, III and NAIA in the state by the Touchdown Club of Richmond. Nance was a finalist with Christopher Newport quarterback Marcus Morrast and Virginia State linebacker Andre Rawls.
Five Players Honored by Touchdown Club of Richmond
December 4, 2014
Five student-athletes from ODAC member schools earned recognition from the Touchdown Club of Richmond on Thursday. Darrick Gore from Bridgewater was named the Defensive Back of the Year, while his Eagles teammate Jordan Hartman received Specialist of the Year honors. Josh Doggett from Hampden-Sydney was tabbed the Linebacker of the Year, while the Tigers' Holton Walker picked up co-Wide Receiver of the Year laurels. Randolph-Macon's Tom Solak was named the Defensive Lineman of the Year.