• Jayla Harris to Represent VWU, ODAC as NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee
    August 05, 2019
    Jayla Harris of the Virginia Wesleyan University women’s basketball team has been named a 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year nominee. Nominated by Virginia Wesleyan, Harris was then selected as the Woman of the Year representative by the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) making her just one of 149 female student-athletes to receive this honor across all three NCAA Divisions.
  • W&L's Hathorn to Receive Administrator of the Year Award
    July 23, 2019
    Women Leaders in College Sports has announced that Jan Hathorn, the Washington and Lee Michael F. Walsh Director of Athletics, has been selected to receive the organization's 2019 NCAA Division III Administrator of the Year Award.
  • ODAC Announces 2018-19 All-Academic Team
    July 15, 2019
    ODAC students-athletes took just a year hiatus from setting league academic records as a new ODAC record 2,121 individuals earned recognition on the 2018-19 ODAC All-Academic Team. Conference student-athletes surpassed the previous high of 2001 in 2016-17 on the way to eclipsing 1,000 honorees for the 13th straight year and the second time in three seasons clearing the 2,000-person mark.
  • ODAC SAAC Active in 2018-19 Academic Year
    July 12, 2019
    The 2018-19 academic year was a banner year for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). The ODAC SAAC organized two conference-wide initiatives to help local community members as well as those in need abroad.
  • Virginia Wesleyan Names DeSalvia Women's Lacrosse Head Coach
    July 11, 2019
    Virginia Wesleyan University Executive Director of Athletics Tina Hill has named Nicole DeSalvia the Marlins new Head Women's Lacrosse Coach.
  • Shenandoah Inks Moyer to Softball Post
    July 08, 2019
    Shenandoah University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Bridget Lyons announced Monday the addition of Courtney Moyer as the Hornets new head softball coach.
  • ODAC Announces Participation in Inaugural Virginia Beach Neptune Bowl
    July 05, 2019
    The Virginia Beach Sportsplex, in conjunction with the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) and The Apprentice School, announced the first-ever Virginia Beach Neptune Bowl on Monday. The Apprentice School Builders will host a highly-ranked ODAC team in the inaugural contest. The game will be played on Saturday, November 23, with kickoff set for 2:00PM.
  • Roanoke Names Waggoner to Two Posts in Athletic Department
    July 01, 2019
    Roanoke College Director of Athletics Scott Allison announced Monday the appointment of Richie Waggoner '92 as the Maroons new Head Golf Coach and Assistant Director of Athletic Communications.
  • EMU Hires Alum Swartzentruber To Lead Golf Programs
    June 10, 2019
    Eastern Mennonite University has announced the hiring of Andre Swartzentruber as the new Head Golf Coach. He has been a golf coach and mathematics teacher at nearby Spotswood High School the past five years.
  • ODAC Announces Berkley and Jopson Award Winners
    June 04, 2019
    The latter end of the ODAC's alphabet features in the final recognition bestowed by the conference this year as Virginia Wesleyan University and Washington and Lee University are home to the 2018-19 Marjorie Berkley and Harry G. "Doc" Jopson Scholar-Athlete Award winners. Marlins women's basketball playmaker Jayla Harris earned the Berkley Award, while Generals cross country and track & field runner Hank Patrick received the Jopson Award following a vote of the conference's Board of Directors.
  • Lynchburg's Chitwood Named Division III Player of the Year
    May 31, 2019
    For the third straight season, the softball player of the year calls an ODAC school home. University of Lynchburg first baseman Mackenzie Chitwood earned Schutt Sports/NFCA Division III Player of the Year honors as announced by the NFCA on Friday afternoon. The award is an addition to the First Team All-America nod she received from the organization earlier this month.
  • NATIONAL CHAMPION! Womack's Feat Headlines NCAA Track & Field Performances
    May 25, 2019
    His tweet about it contained seven exclamation points. Davonta Womack's text-based celebration was a reaction to the fact that the Bridgewater senior had just become "the fastest man in NCAA Division III" after winning the men's 100-meter dash on the final day of the 2019 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
  • Shenandoah Closes Season with Loss to Johns Hopkins
    May 25, 2019
    The Shenandoah University baseball team saw its season come to an end Saturday with a 7-3 loss to Johns Hopkins University in the game two of their best-of-three super regional series.
  • BC's Womack, Hiegel Highlight ODAC Athletes Thru Day 2 at NCAA Track
    May 24, 2019
    Davonta Womack went record hunting and both he and Jamie Hiegel earned All-American honors as the Bridgewater duo highlights performances by ODAC athletes thru the first two days of the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The season-ending meet concludes on Saturday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio.
  • Shenandoah Drops Game One to Johns Hopkins in NCAA Baseball Supers
    May 24, 2019
    Host Johns Hopkins had an outstanding pitching performance Friday afternoon in a 6-3 victory over Shenandoah University in game one of its best-of-three NCAA Division III Super Regional series.
  • Randolph-Macon Wraps Historic Softball Season in Texas
    May 24, 2019
    Randolph-Macon saw its historic softball season come to a close on Friday afternoon in their second contest of the national championship series in the 2019 NCAA Division III Softball Tournament hosted by the University of Texas at Tyler at Suddenlink Field in Tyler, Texas.
  • Washington and Lee Claims All Three ODAC Commissioners Cups
    May 21, 2019
    The final standings for the ODAC Commissioner's Cups presented by Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance have a familiar feel, not just in which schools top the table but in the manner in which they appear. Washington and Lee University filled its arms with all three cups for the fourth straight season, commanding relatively sizable margins in each race. Randolph-Macon College and the University of Lynchburg placed second and third, respectively, in each chart, setting records for points along the way.