2018 ODAC Football
Virtual Guide

Season Preview

Predicting the outcome of any ODAC football season is a difficult task, but doing so for the 2018 campaign may be one of the most daunting in recent memory for even the conference's head coaches. The annual preseason poll features two ties including for the top spot, two additional teams separated by just one point, and first place votes split amongst four squads.

Washington and Lee University and Randolph-Macon College, the two most recent NCAA tournament teams from the ODAC ranks (in 2017 and 2016, respectively) sit tied atop the yearly coach's survey with 44 total points. The defending champion Generals secured four first place votes, while the Yellow Jackets picked up a pair. Hampden-Sydney College stands alone in third with 37 tallies and one top nod, while ODAC newcomer Ferrum College and Shenandoah University are locked for fourth with 26 markers. The Panthers earned the remaining first place vote as they join the league table as the eighth football-playing member.

RELATED: 2018 ODAC Football Virtual Guide

One needs to only look back to last year's standings to see why the 2018 preseason rankings are so tight. The 2017 title was still in the balance come the final week of the schedule. Washington and Lee secured its seventh overall league crown and third since 2012 at 5-1 in conference play behind the second-best single-season team rushing output (4,435 yards) in ODAC history. But both Randolph-Macon and Hampden-Sydney finished just one game back with Shenandoah and Guilford College ready to make league tiebreaking scenarios interesting at 3-3 had the results on November 11 gone a little differently.

Washington and Lee continued its season at the University of Mount Union in the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament. Playing in adverse weather conditions in Alliance, Ohio, the Generals put together a strong effort against the perennial power and eventual national champions for the 13th time over, falling 21-0. Josh Breece, the ODAC Rookie of the Year and new single-season rushing record-holder (1,825), ran for 169 yards to power W&L to a 220-196 edge on the ground.

RELATED: 2017 ODAC Standings | 2017 NCAA Tournament Results

When it comes to returning talent, fans will not be disappointed in 2018 with 43 All-ODAC award winners set for another run on the gridiron. Randolph-Macon leads the charge in total returning honorees at 10 followed by Emory & Henry and Shenandoah with eight apiece.

Talented runners highlight a list of 10 returning All-ODAC First Team athletes. W&L's Breece paired his ODAC top rookie honor with a first team selection, along with R-MC feature back Tre Frederick. Guilford College running back and kick returner De'Eric Bell leads the Quakers' backfield after earning his spot as an all-purpose back. Every running game needs good offensive lineman. R-MC's Greg Castle and W&L's Mitch Hornsby return to their squads in 2018.

Shenandoah University quarterback Hayden Bauserman rounds out the first team offensive returners. He set the ODAC single-season record for passing yards (3,818) and chimed in second in passing touchdowns (41) in 2017.

On the other side of the ball, linebackers Griffin Davis from Hampden-Sydney and Yonis Blanco from Randolph-Macon lead the list of returners along with Emory & Henry defensive tackle Josh Fleenor. Yellow Jackets punter Julian Drew also returns after a first team campaign in 2017.

In addition to ODAC honors, four players have picked up preseason All-America honors from D3football.com. W&L's Breece and GC's Bell earned first team selections at running back and kick returner, respectively, while E&H's Fleenor is a second team choice at defensive line. General's offensive lineman Hornsby garnered a third team spot.

For Ferrum, which previously competed as a member of the USA South and posted an 8-2 overall record last year, the Panthers return five overall All-USA South standouts including a trio from the first team. Rod Smith bolsters FC's defensive backfield, while offensive lineman Jordan Patti helps open holes for 2017 USA South Offensive Player of the Year, running back Brian Mann. He ran for 1,556 yards and 17 touchdowns as a sophomore last season.

RELATED: 2017 All-ODAC Awards | D3football.com Preseason All-America Team

The 2018 season kicks off Thursday, August 30 and Saturday, September 1, with non-conference play for all but two schools. Emory & Henry and Ferrum will play their annual "Crooked Road Classic" on opening weekend in the first ODAC game of the season. The final week of the regular season is Saturday, November 10, with the NCAA Tournament following thereafter. After spending the past quarter-century in Salem, the Stagg Bowl travels to Shenandoah, Texas, on the weekend of December 15-17 at Woodforest Stadium. If you can't make it to the games, be sure to check the schedules online for live video, audio, and statistics links.

For more on ODAC football and its teams entering the season, continue checking out 2018 ODAC Football Virtual Guide.  The virtual guide includes specifics about each team as well as interviews with all eight head coaches from their annual preseason meeting.

Listed below is the 2018 ODAC Football Preseason Poll.  For more information on ODAC Football, visit the websites of any of the participating schools, or go to the ODAC's home on the Internet at www.odaconline.com.  Don't forget to become a fan of the ODAC on Facebook and follow @odacathletics on Twitter and Instagram.

2018 ODAC FOOTBALL PRESEASON POLL
(#) Denotes First Place Votes
1. Washington and Lee University (4) 44 pts.
1. Randolph-Macon College (2) 44 pts.
3. Hampden-Sydney College (1) 37 pts.
4. Ferrum College (1) 26 pts.
4. Shenandoah University 26 pts.
6. Guilford College 19 pts.
7. Emory & Henry College 18 pts.
8. Bridgewater College 10 pts.
   
   

General Info

Bridgewater College Eagles

Eagles

Location: Bridgewater, Va.
Founded: 1880
Enrollment: 1,900
Nickname: Eagles
Colors: Crimson & Gold
President: Dr. David Bushman
Director of Athletics: Curt Kendall
Stadium: Jopson Field (3,700)

Director of Athletic Communications
Jimmy McCumber
jmccumber@bridgewater.edu / 540-828-5360
Assistant Director of Athletic Communications
Steve Cox
scox@bridgewater.edu / 540-828-5360
Sports Information Assistant
Lynn Walsh
lwalsh@bridgewater.edu / 540-828-5612

Athletics Website: www.bridgewatereagles.com
Twitter: @BCAthletics
Instagram: @bridgewatereagles
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BridgewaterEaglesSports

Emory & Henry College Wasps

Wasps

Location: Emory, Va.
Founded: 1836
Enrollment: 1,050
Nickname: Wasps
Colors: Blue & Gold
President: Mr. Jake Schrum
Director of Athletics: Anne Crutchfield (interim)
Stadium: Fred Selfe Stadium (5,550)

Dir. of Sports Information & Game Day Operations
Joe Matthews
jmatthews@ehc.edu / 276-944-6830
Assistant Sports Information Dir.
Kylie Lang
klang@ehc.edu / 276-944-6830

Athletics Website: www.gowasps.com
Instagram: @WaspsAthletics
Twitter: @GoWasps
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GoWasps

Ferrum College Panthers

Panthers

Location: Ferrum, Va.
Founded: 1913
Enrollment: 1,400
Nickname: Panthers
Colors: Black & Gold
President: Dr. David Johnson
Director of Athletics: Abe Naff
Stadium: W.B Adams Stadium (5,500)

Asst. AD for Compliance/Sports Information Dir.
Gary Holden
gholden@ferrum.edu / 540-365-4306

Athletics Website: www.ferrumpanthers.com
Instagram: ferrumpanthers
Twitter: @FerrumAthletics
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Ferrum-College-Athletics

Guilford College Quakers

Quakers

Location: Greensboro, N.C.
Founded: 1837
Enrollment: 1,776
Nickname: Quakers
Colors: Crimson & Gray
President: Dr. Jane Fernandes
Director of Athletics: Sue Bower
Stadium: Appenzeller Field at Armfield Athletic Center (2,200)

Sports Information Director
Dave Walters
dwalters@guilford.edu / 336-316-2107
Assistant Sports Information Director
Bob Lowe
lowerb@guilford.edu / 336-316-2334

Athletics Website: www.guilfordquakers.com
Twitter: @goquakers
Instagram: @goquakers
Facebook: www.facebook.com/goquakers

Hampden-Sydney College Tigers

Tigers

Location: Hampden-Sydney, Va.
Founded: 1776
Enrollment: 1,105
Nickname: Tigers
Colors: Garnet & Gray
President: Dr. Larry Stimpert
Director of Athletics: Chad Eisele
Stadium: Everett Stadium (2,500)

Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information
Davis Yake
dyak@hsc.edu / 434-223-6156
Assistant Sports Information Director
Scott Harris
sharris@hsc.edu / 434-223-6168

Athletics Website: www.hscathletics.com
Twitter: @HSCathletics
Instagram: @hscathletics
Facebook: www.facebook.com/HSCAthletics

Randolph-Macon College Yellow Jackets

Yellow Jackets

Location: Ashland, Va.
Founded: 1830
Enrollment: 1,440
Nickname: Yellow Jackets
Colors: Lemon & Black
President: Mr. Robert Lindgren
Director of Athletics: Jeff Burns
Stadium: Day Field (3,000)

Sports Information Director
Phil Stanton
philipstanton@rmc.edu / 804-752-7387
Asst. Sports Information Director
Taylor Mickelberry
taylormickelberry@rmc.edu / 804-752-3278

Athletics Website: www.rmcathletics.com
Twitter: @R_MCAthletics
Instagram: @rmcathletics
Facebook: www.facebook.com/RMCAthletics

Shenandoah University Hornets

Hornets

Location: Winchester, Va.
Founded: 1875
Enrollment: 1,700
Nickname: Hornets
Colors: Red, White and Blue
President: Dr. Tracy Fitzsimmons
Director of Athletics: Bridget Lyons
Stadium: Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium (3,000)

Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information
Scott Musa
smusa@su.edu / 540-665-5417
Assistant Sports Information Dir.
Sydney Anderson
sanderso08@su.edu / 540-665-5417

Athletics Website: www.suhornets.com
Twitter: @SUHornets
Instagram: @suhornets
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SUHornets

Washington and Lee University Generals

Generals

Location: Lexington, Va.
Founded: 1749
Enrollment: 1,855
Nickname: Generals
Colors: Royal Blue & White
President: Mr. William Dudley
Director of Athletics: Jan Hathorn
Stadium: Wilson Field (4,000)

Sports Information Director
Brian Laubscher
blaubsch@wlu.edu / 540-458-8676
Associate Sports Information Director
Chip Whipple
nwhipple@wlu.edu / 540-458-8674
Sports Information Assistant
Will Wallace
wwallace@wlu.edu / 540-458-8988

Athletics Website: www.generalssports.com
Twitter: @WLUGenerals
Instagram: @wlugenerals
Facebook: www.facebook.com/wlugenerals

Team Facts

Bridgewater College Eagles


Head Coach
Mike Clark (bio)
 - overall: 148-96-1 (.606) in 23 years
 - at BC: 148-96-1 (.606) in 23 years
 - ODAC: 80-59-0 (.576) in 23 years
Assistant Coaches
Rob Everett (Def. Coord.), Billy Riebock (Off. Coord/QB), Scott Lemn (Asst. HC/OL/Run Game), Mike Giancola (DL/Recruiting), Eddie Whitley (DB), Mitch Ferrick (WR), Warner Hunter (GA RB)

All-ODAC Players Returning (2)
First Team: None
Second Team: Muhammad Khan (DL), Gary Ramey Jr. (LB)
Third Team: None
All-ODAC Lost (4)
First Team: Isaac Evans (DB)
Second Team: Malivai Barker (RB), Jacob Heaton (OL)
Third Team: Josh Brooks (DB)
Starters Returning (17)
Offense: 6
Defense: 8
Specialists: 3

2017 Record | ODAC
4-6 (.400) | 1-5 (.167)
ODAC Titles
6 (1980, 2001-05)
NCAA D-III Appearances
6 (2000-05)
NCAA D-III Record
10-6 (.625)
NCAA D-III Titles
0

Emory & Henry College Wasps


Head Coach
Curt Newsome (bio)
 - overall: 23-17 (.575) in 4 years
 - at E&H: 23-17 (.575) in 4 years
 - ODAC: 15-12 (.556) in 4 years
Assistant Coaches
Josh Wellenhoffer (Assoc. HC/OL), Quintin Hunter (Off. Coord./QB), Tommy Buzzo (Def. Coord./DB), Eric Tilson (Recruiting/DL), Mike Snow (TE/S&C), Sanders Henderson (DL), Kamden BeCraft (WR), Kevin Saxton (RB), Spider Thompson (LB), Anthony King (DB), Tony Hart (QB/ST)

All-ODAC Players Returning (8)
First Team: Josh Fleenor (DL)
Second Team: Nathan Harris (OL), Garrett Morgan (P), Bradley Puccio (TE), Tyler Weterrings (OL), Derrick Yates (WR)
Third Team: Justin Banks (DB), Jesse Santiago (WR)
All-ODAC Lost (4)
First Team: None
Second Team: Da'von Keith (DL), Zack Manley (LB), Isaiah Rodgers (RB)
Third Team: Grayson Williams (OL)
Starters Returning (18)
Offense: 7
Defense: 7
Specialists: 4

2017 Record | ODAC
3-7 (.300) | 1-5 (.167)
ODAC Titles
11 (1985-86, 88, 90, 92, 94-98, 2000) *ODAC Record
NCAA D-III Appearances
5 (1986-87, 92, 95, 2000)
NCAA D-III Record
3-5 (.375)
NCAA D-III Titles
0

Ferrum College Panthers


Head Coach
Rob Grande (bio)
 - overall: 14-6 (.700) in 2 years
 - at FC: 14-6 (.700) in 2 years
 - ODAC: first season
Assistant Coaches
Marshall Doss (Def. Coord.), Luke Summers (Off. Coord.), Bob Brown (RB), Tyler Brubaker (WR), Richan Gaskins (LB), Bobby James (AC), Deven Sproles (DL), Bob Davis (AC), J.D. Shaw (QB)

All-USAS Players Returning (5)
First Team: Brian Mann (RB-POY), Jordan Patti (OL), Rod Smith (DB)
Second Team: Sam Powers (OL), Johnny White (WR)
All-ODAC Lost (5)
First Team: Montel Lee (DL-POY), Al Matthews (DL)
Second Team: Josh Bare (TE), Tyus Brown (LB), Kwajay Witcher (DB)
Starters Returning (17)
Offense: 7
Defense: 7
Specialists: 3

2017 Record | USAS
8-2 (.800) | 5-2 (.714)
USAS Titles
4 (2001, 02, 05, 12)
NCAA D-III Appearances
5 (1987-90, 2005)
NCAA D-III Record
4-5 (.444)
NCAA D-III Titles
0

Guilford College Quakers


Head Coach
Chris Rusiewicz (bio)
 - overall: 39-31 (.557) in 7 years
 - at GC: 39-31 (.557) in 7 years
 - ODAC: 25-22 (.532) in 7 years
Assistant Coaches
Steve McNeely (Off. Coord./QB), Hunter English (Co-Def. Coord./Safeties), Zach Zullinger (Co-Def. Coord./Special Teams/DL), Brad Davis (OL/Recruiting/Run Game), Jordan Farmer (LB), Bracy Maynard (Asst. DL), Nate Harris (RB), David Stadler (WR)

All-ODAC Players Returning (4)
First Team: De'Eric Bell (RB/KR)
Second Team: Reggie Williams (DB)
Third Team: Harrison Kiser (K), Trevon Simmons (LB)
All-ODAC Lost (7)
First Team: Nathan Campbell (LB), C.J. Nash III (DL), Vic Smith Jr. (DB)
Second Team: Tyriek Russell (WR), Ty Shwallon (OL)
Third Team: Karsten Miller (QB), Chase Mitchell (P)
Starters Returning (10)
Offense: 3
Defense: 4
Specialists: 3

2017 Record | ODAC
5-5 (.500) | 3-3 (.500)
ODAC Titles
2 (1991, 97)
NCAA D-III Appearances
0
NCAA D-III Record
N/A
NCAA D-III Titles
0

Hampden-Sydney College Tigers


Head Coach
Marty Favret (bio)
 - overall: 126-61 (.674) in 18 years
 - at HSC: 126-61 (.674) in 18 years
 - ODAC: 79-34 (.699) in 18 years
Assistant Coaches
Wes Dodson (Def. Coord.), Zeke Traylor (OL/Recruiting), Nick Goins (LB), Joey Partin (TE/OT), Daryl Grose (DB), Michael Marquez (DB)

All-ODAC Players Returning (5)
First Team: Griffin Davis (LB)
Second Team: Alec Cobb (QB), Brian Gwaltney (DB)
Third Team: Tyler Howerton (OL), Major Morgan (WR)
All-ODAC Lost (7)
First Team: Joe Everette (DL), Cam Johnson (WR-POY), Patrick Kline (TE), Wesley Spencer (OL)
Second Team: Kendall Blankenship (DB), Benjamin Carson (DL)
Third Team: Mike DeMasi (RB)
Starters Returning (14)
Offense: 5
Defense: 7
Specialists: 2

2017 Record | ODAC
6-4 (.600) | 4-2 (.667)
ODAC Titles
9 (1977, 82-83, 87, 2007, 09, 11, 13-14)
NCAA D-III Appearances
7 (1977, 2007, 09-11, 13-14)
NCAA D-III Record
1-7 (.125)
NCAA D-III Titles
0

Randolph-Macon College Yellow Jackets


Head Coach
Pedro Arruza (bio)
 - overall: 81-61 (.570) in 14 years
 - at RMC: 81-61 (.570) in 14 years
 - ODAC: 49-40 (.551) in 14 years
Assistant Coaches
Phil Nicolaides (Def. Coord./Passing Game/ILB), Mac McConnell (RB), Byron Overstreet (OL/Run Game Coord.), Chase Phillips (DB/Recruiting), Logan O'Neill (OLB), Xavier Strothers (DL), Tyler Noll (WR), Cole Burdette (TE)

All-ODAC Players Returning (10)
First Team: Yonis Blanco (LB), Greg Castle (OL), Julian Drew (P), Tre Frederick (RB)
Second Team: Eric Hoy (APB), Chris Vidal (K), Anthony Williams (DB)
Third Team: Connor Denning (OL), Michael Rawlins (DB), Sam Tanner (TE)
All-ODAC Lost (2)
First Team: Jay Hausler (OL)
Second Team: Norman Cade (LB)
Third Team: None
Starters Returning (23)
Offense: 10
Defense: 9
Specialists: 4

2017 Record | ODAC
7-3 (.700) | 4-2 (.667)
ODAC Titles
10 (1976, 78-79, 84-85, 89, 93, 97, 2008, 16)
NCAA D-III Appearances
3 (1984, 2008, 16)
NCAA D-III Record
0-3 (.000)
NCAA D-III Titles
0

Shenandoah University Hornets


Head Coach
Scott Yoder (bio)
 - overall: 24-26 (.480) in 5 years
 - at SU: 24-26 (.480) in 5 years
 - ODAC: 13-21 (.382) in 5 years
Assistant Coaches
Brock McCullough (Assoc. HC/Def. Coord.), Stan Hodgin (Off. Coord.), Kalvin Oliver (Special Teams/DL/Run Game), Ben Taylor (WR), Byron Mitchell (DB), Joe White (RB), Nick Oakley (OL)

All-ODAC Players Returning (8)
First Team: Hayden Bauserman (QB)
Second Team: Andrew Coffman (OL), Tyler Williams (LB)
Third Team: Chris Grady (DL), Jordan Heisen (DL), Nate Hill (DB), Jalen Hudson (APB/KR), Caleb Hutson (OL)
All-ODAC Lost (4)
First Team: Michael Ashwell (WR), Devontae Dunn (DB), Jacob Newton (K)
Second Team: None
Third Team: Leonard Scott (WR)
Starters Returning (20)
Offense: 9
Defense: 8
Specialists: 3

2017 Record | ODAC
6-4 (.600) | 3-3 (.500)
ODAC Titles
0
NCAA D-III Appearances
1 (2004)
NCAA D-III Record
0-1 (.000)
NCAA D-III Titles
0

Washington and Lee University Generals


Head Coach
Garrett LeRose (bio)
 - overall: first season
 - at W&L: first season
 - ODAC: first season
Assistant Coaches
Jon Berlin (Co-Def. Coord./LB), Gavin Colliton (Co-Off. Coord./OL), Eric Franklin (LB/ST), Bobby Jones (Co-Off. Coord./WR/TE), Alonzo Mathews (Defense), Brendan O'Brien (Def. Coord./DB), Nick Perrotta (DL), Jeff Stickley (SB)

All-ODAC Players Returning (6)
First Team: Josh Breece (RB-ROY), Mitch Hornsby (OL)
Second Team: Andrew Frailer (DL)
Third Team: Sean Clark (OL), Phillip Davis (DL), Collin Sherman (RB)
All-ODAC Lost (6)
First Team: Max Garrett (LB), Chris Osier (OL), Grey Reames (DB)
Second Team: None
Third Team: David Hogan (LB), Mitch Lowery (TE), Michael Shields (DB)
Starters Returning (16)
Offense: 6
Defense: 6
Specialists: 4

2017 Record | ODAC
8-3 (.727) | 5-1 (.833)
ODAC Titles
7 (1981, 85, 2006, 10, 12, 15, 17)
NCAA D-III Appearances
5 (2006, 10, 12, 15, 17)
NCAA D-III Record
0-5 (.000)
NCAA D-III Titles
0

Interviews

Prior to their annual preseason meeting on August 6, each of the ODAC's football head coaches spent a little time talking about their squads coming into the 2018 season. Those interviews are posted below.

  • 2018 ODAC Football Preseason - Mike Clark

    Preseason interview with head coach Mike Clark from Bridgewater College football.

  • 2018 ODAC Football Preseason - Curt Newsome

    Preseason interview with head coach Curt Newsome from Emory & Henry College football.

  • 2018 ODAC Football Preseason - Rob Grande

    Preseason interview with head coach Rob Grande from Ferrum College football.

  • 2018 ODAC Football Preseason - Chris Rusiewicz

    Preseason interview with head coach Chris Rusiewicz from Guilford College football.

  • 2018 ODAC Football Preseason - Marty Favret

    Preseason interview with head coach Marty Favret of Hampden-Sydney College football.

  • 2018 ODAC Football Preseason - Pedro Arruza

    Preseason interview with head coach Pedro Arruza from Randolph-Macon College football.

  • 2018 ODAC Football Preseason - Scott Yoder

    Preseason interview with head coach Scott Yoder from Shenandoah University football.

  • 2018 ODAC Football Preseason - Garrett LeRose

    Preseason interview with head coach Garrett LeRose from Washington and Lee University football.

Series Records

Bridgewater College Eagles

RECORDS VS. 2018 OPPONENTS

Gettysburg College: 3-1 (2014)
 - Last Result: W, 27-24, on road in 2017
Stevenson University: 0-0 (2018)
 - Last Result: first meeting on 9/8 in Bridgewater
N.C. Wesleyan: 0-0 (2018)
 - Last Result: first meeting on 9/15 in Bridgewater
Guilford College: 18-26 (1936)
 - Last Result: L, 49-23, at home in 2017
Washington and Lee University: 20-28 (1964)
 - Last Result: L, 49-21, on the road in 2017
Hampden-Sydney College: 15-59 (1929)
 - Last Result: L, 37-27, on the road in 2017
Randolph-Macon College: 16-59-3 (1926)
 - Last Result: L, 52-24, at home in 2017
Shenandoah University: 14-4 (2000)
 - Last Result: L, 38-20, on the road in 2017
Emory & Henry College: 13-30-1 (1927)
 - Last Result: W, 31-23, on the road in 2017
Ferrum College: 5-10 (1986)
 - Last Result: W, 51-28, at home in 2013

Emory & Henry College Wasps

RECORDS VS. 2018 OPPONENTS

Ferrum College: 22-11 (1985)
 - Last Result: L, 13-8, at home in 2017
Methodist University: 9-4 (2001)
 - Last Result: W, 61-22, on the road in 2013*
University of Rochester: 0-0 (2018)
 - Last Result: first meeting on 9/22 in Rochester
Hampden-Sydney College: 38-36 (1922)
 - Last Result: L, 38-30, at home in 2017
Thomas More College: 0-0 (2018)
 - Last Result: first meeting on 10/6 in Emory
Washington and Lee University: 30-17 (1921)
 - Last Result: W, 45-42, at home in 2017
Shenandoah University: 4-2 (2012)
 - Last Result: L, 47-24, on the road in 2017
Randolph-Macon College: 35-26-1 (1929)
 - Last Result: L, 52-29, on the road in 2017
Bridgewater College: 30-13-1 (1927)
 - Last Result: L, 31-23, at home in 2017
Guilford College: 39-30 (1930)
 - Last Result: L, 42-38, on the road in 2017

* This win was later vacated following the 2013 season.

Ferrum College Panthers

RECORDS VS. 2018 OPPONENTS

Emory & Henry College: 11-22 (1985)
 - Last Result: W, 13-8, on the road in 2017
Apprentic School: 22-8-1 (1956)
 - Last Result: W, 42-20, at home in 2017
Averett University: 13-5 (2000)
 - Last Result: L, 19-7, at home in 2017
Greensboro College: 19-3 (1997)
 - Last Result: W, 52-13, at home in 2017
Shenandoah University: 11-6 (2000)
 - Last Result: L, 53-33, on the road in 2016
Guilford College: 14-6 (1986)
 - Last Result: L, 49-35, on the road in 2006
Washington and Lee University: 0-0 (2018)
 - Last Result: first meeting on 10/13 in Ferrum
Hampden-Sydney College: 1-2 (2011)
 - Last Result: W, 42-20, in Salem, Va., in 2016
Randolph-Macon College: 4-0 (1985)
 - Last Result: W, 41-14, on the road in 1990
Bridgewater College: 10-5 (1986)
 - Last Result: L, 51-28, on road in 2013

Guilford College Quakers

RECORDS VS. 2018 OPPONENTS

Huntingdon College: 1-0 (2017)
 - Last Result: W, 38-24, on the road in 2017
Methodist University: 18-11 (1989)
 - Last Result: W, 56-17, on the road in 2017
Davidson University: 9-22-1 (1900)
 - Last Result: L, 42-21, on the road in 2017
Bridgewater College: 26-18 (1936)
 - Last Result: W, 49-23, on the road in 2017
Randolph-Macon College: 25-33-2 (1930)
 - Last Result: L, 38-22, at home in 2017
Ferrum College: 6-14 (1985)
 - Last Result: W, 49-35, at home in 2006
Hampden-Sydney College: 23-44 (1920)
 - Last Result: L, 21-18, at home in 2017
Washington and Lee University: 13-18 (1965)
 - Last Result: L, 47-26, on the road in 2017
Shenandoah University: 4-2 (2012)
 - Last Result: W, 45-20, at home in 2017
Emory & Henry College: 30-39 (1930)
 - Last Result: W, 42-38, at home in 2017

Hampden-Sydney College Tigers

RECORDS VS. 2018 OPPONENTS

Averett University: 5-1 (2010)
 - Last Result: W, 20-17, at home in 2017
Christopher Newport University: 3-3 (2012)
 - Last Result: L, 20-7, on the road in 2017
University of New England: 0-0 (2018)
 - Last Result: first meeting on 9/15 in Hampden-Sydney
Emory & Henry College: 36-38 (1922)
 - Last Result: W, 38-30, on the road in 2017
Shenandoah University: 5-1 (2012)
 - Last Result: W, 49-43, at home in 2017
Bridgewater College: 59-15 (1929)
 - Last Result: W, 37-27, at home in 2017
Guilford College: 44-23 (1920)
 - Last Result: W, 21-18, on the road in 2017
Ferrum College: 2-1 (2011)
 - Last Result: L, 42-20, in Salem, Va., in 2016
Washington and Lee University: 38-36-2 (1899)
 - Last Result: L, 36-6, at home in 2017
Randolph-Macon College: 60-51-11 (1893)
 - Last Result: L, 56-28, on the road in 2017

Randolph-Macon College Yellow Jackets

RECORDS VS. 2018 OPPONENTS

Johns Hopkins University: 16-22-1 (1904)
 - Last Result: L, 42-21, on the road in the NCAA First Round in 2016
Averett University: 7-0 (2011)
 - Last Result: W, 17-13, on the road in 2017
Catholic University: 23-15-1 (1916)
 - Last Result: L, 25-20, on the road in 2017
Washington and Lee University: 31-32-3 (1903)
 - Last Result: L, 17-14, at home in 2017
Guilford College: 33-25-2 (1930)
 - Last Result: W, 38-22, on the road in 2017
Shenandoah University: 8-3 (2004)
 - Last Result: L, 51-38, at home in 2017
Bridgewater College: 59-16-3 (1926)
 - Last Result: W, 52-24, on the road in 2017
Emory & Henry College: 26-35-1 (1929)
 - Last Result: W, 52-29, at home in 2017
Ferrum College: 0-4 (1985)
 - Last Result: L, 41-14, at home in 1990
Hampden-Sydney College: 51-60-11 (1893)
 - Last Result: W, 56-28, at home in 2017

Shenandoah University Hornets

RECORDS VS. 2018 OPPONENTS

Methodist University: 7-4 (2001)
 - Last Result: W, 46-23, on the road in 2011)
N.C. Wesleyan College: 4-7 (2004)
 - Last Result: W, 61-14, on the road in 2017
Hobart College: 0-1 (2017)
 - Last Result: L, 56-30, on the road in 2017
Ferrum College: 6-11 (2000)
 - Last Result: W, 53-33, at home in 2016
Hampden-Sydney College: 1-5 (2012)
 - Last Result: L, 49-43, on the road in 2017
Randolph-Macon College: 3-8 (2004)
 - Last Result: W, 51-38, on the road in 2017
Emory & Henry College: 2-4 (2012)
 - Last Result: W, 47-24, at home in 2017
Bridgewater College: 5-15 (1932)
 - Last Result: W, 38-20, at home in 2017
Guilford College: 2-4 (2012)
 - Last Result: L, 45-20, on the road in 2017
Washington and Lee University: 1-5 (2012)
 - Last Result: L, 48-21, at home in 2017

Washington and Lee University Generals

RECORDS VS. 2018 OPPONENTS

Dickinson College: 3-0 (1959)
 - Last Result: W, 36-7, at home in 1984
Sewanee: 43-23 (1892)
 - Last Result: W, 63-30, at home in 2017
Maryville College (Tenn.): 7-7 (1977)
 - Last Result: L, 21-7, on the road in 1990
Randolph-Macon College: 32-31-3 (1903)
 - Last Result: W, 17-14, on the road in 2017
Bridgewater College: 28-20 (1964)
 - Last Result: W, 49-21, at home in 2017
Emory & Henry College: 17-30 (1921)
 - Last Result: L, 45-42, on the road in 2017
Ferrum College: 0-0 (2018)
 - Last Result: first meeting on 10/13 at Ferrum
Guilford College: 18-13 (1965)
 - Last Result: W, 47-26, at home in 2017
Hampden-Sydney College: 36-38-2 (1899)
 - Last Result: W, 36-6, on the road in 2017
Shenandoah University: 5-1 (2012)
 - Last Result: W, 48-21, on the road in 2017

Stat Leaders

Individual Leaders - complete stats
Passing Rushing
YardsNo.
H. Bauserman 3818
K. Miller 3075
A. Cobb 3064
K. Saxton 1527
B. Estes 1499
TouchdownsNo.
H. Bauserman 41
A. Cobb 29
K. Miller 21
B. Estes 13
J. Scroggins 11
YardsNo.
J. Breece 1825
T. Frederick 1308
D. Bell 884
I. Rodgers 833
M. Barker 825
TouchdownsNo.
J. Breece 18
D. Bell 13
T. Frederick 13
E. Hoy 11
W. Brand 9
CompletionsNo.
H. Bauserman 321
A. Cobb 295
K. Miller 203
K. Saxton 136
B. Estes 119
Yards per gameNo.
H. Bauserman 381.8
K. Miller 307.5
A. Cobb 306.4
B. Estes 187.4
K. Saxton 169.7
Yards per gameNo.
J. Breece 165.9
T. Frederick 145.3
D. Bell 88.4
I. Rodgers 83.3
M. Barker 82.5
Yards per rushNo.
J. Breece 7.7
T. Frederick 6.7
C. Sherman 6.3
I. Rodgers 6.3
J. Redmond 6.2
Receiving Defense
YardsNo.
C. Johnson 1261
D. Yates 903
T. Russell 898
M. Ashwell 797
M. Morgan 778
TouchdownsNo.
C. Johnson 12
M. Morgan 10
M. Ashwell 9
L. Scott 8
D. Hayman 6
TacklesNo.
M. Garrett 109.0
V. Smith, Jr. 98.0
Z. Manley 83.0
J. Banks 78.0
T. Williams 74.0
Tackles per gameNo.
M. Garrett 9.9
V. Smith, Jr. 9.8
C. Whitehead 8.5
Z. Manley 8.3
J. Banks 7.8
ReceptionsNo.
C. Johnson 110
M. Ashwell 80
C. Cunningham 68
D. Yates 60
T. Russell 60
Yards per catchNo.
K. Miller 18.2
L. Scott 16.6
D. Yates 15.1
T. Russell 15.0
C. Stewart 14.9
SacksNo.
C. Nash, III 6.5
J. Russ 6
R. Wood 5.5
C. Grady 5.5
A. Frailer 5
InterceptionsNo.
N. Hill 6
I. Evans 5
M. Dodson 4
J. Brooks 4
G. Reames 4