April 23, 2013 --- Guilford College posted a tournament-best 289 team total on Tuesday afternoon on the Palmer Course at Bay Creek Resort & Club, completing a wire-to-wire victory to claim its third straight and record 13th ODAC men's golf title. Quakers' senior Noah Ratner rebounded from an 81 in round two with a two-under 70 to claim his first ODAC medalist honor by five strokes.

April 23, 2013 --- Hollins junior Elizabeth Cheng took home two major to highlight the first ODAC Women's Golf All-Conference Awards. Cheng was named the inaugural ODAC Player of the Year and the ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Randolph-Macon mentor Leighann Albaugh was tabbed the ODAC Coach of the Year, and Yellow Jacket newcomer Olivia Bowling received ODAC Rookie of the Year laurels.

April 23, 2013 --- Randolph-Macon shot the low-team round of the tournament on Tuesday on the Palmer Course at Bay Creek Resort & Club, carding a 349 to take over the top spot and win the inaugural ODAC Women's Golf Championship by 10 strokes over Hollins, 719-729. Yellow Jackets freshman Olivia Bowling claimed individual medalist honors with a final round 79, the only sub-80 round of the tournament.

April 22, 2013 --- Hollins University owns a one stroke advantage over Randolph-Macon College after the first round of the inaugural ODAC Women's Golf Championship at Bay Creek Resort & Club in Cape Charles, Va. HU posted a 369, while the Yellow Jackets chimed in at 370 following a rain-soaked day on the 5,801-yard par 73 custom layout on the Palmer Course. Washington and Lee University is third at 402.

April 22, 2013 --- H-SC made up all but two strokes of the 15-shot deficit it faced by Sunday's end, but GC remains in the lead after the second round of the 2013 ODAC Men's Golf Championships. Weather effected the play from all teams on day two, which saw the Quakers post a round of 320 and the Tigers pull to within two after four Tigers posted scores of sub-80 towards a 307, including Sean Gatz (pictured).

April 22, 2013 --- Guilford senior Noah Ratner was named the ODAC Golfer of the Year for a third consecutive time at an awards ceremony in conjunction with the ODAC Golf Championships at Bay Creek Resort and Club on Monday evening. Fellow Quakers Corey Maggard and Nick Shedd were also honored as Maggard secured his third straight Jack Jensen Coach of the Year honor and Shedd was tabbed the ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete. Hampden-Sydney's Thomas Cole earned ODAC Rookie of the Year accolades, while Shenandoah Zach Ramey received the Ted Keller Sportsmanship Award.