Sofie Sjoberg and Ashley Brem took third place in their respective events.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – The No. 40 Old Dominion women's tennis (9-3) proved to be too much for Penn (5-5) on Saturday, as the Monarchs took down the Quakers by a 7-0 score at the Hamlin/Hecht Tennis Center.
The nation's longest road win streak was snapped when the Old Dominion men's basketball team (22-6, 13-3 C-USA) fell to Western Kentucky (22-7, 14-2 C-USA) by an 88-66 score on Saturday night at E.A. Diddle Arena in front of 7,387 fans. The loss also snapped ODU's six game win streak. Saturday night marked Senior Night for the Hilltoppers.
Old Dominion lost to Kansas State, 11-5, in the second game of the series on a sunny afternoon at the Bud Metheny Complex on Saturday. With the win, Kansas State takes the series.
The No. 46 nationally ranked Old Dominions men's tennis team (6-5) fell to Harvard (10-2) by a 5-2 score on Friday at the Murr Center Tennis Courts.
Ashley Brem earned the first podium finish for ODU at the C-USA Championships.
The Old Dominion men's basketball team (22-5, 13-2 C-USA) will put the country's current longest road win streak on the line at Western Kentucky (21-7, 13-2 C-USA) on Saturday night, Feb. 24 at 7:00 p.m. EST at E.A. Diddle Arena. Saturday night's game will air on Stadium (please see attached Clearance Charts to see which channels will be picking up the game). Fans can also stream Saturday's contest at: https://watchstadium.com/.
Old Dominion fell to Kansas State, 11-3, in the first game of a three-game set on Friday afternoon at the Bud Metheny Complex.
Old Dominion University's No. 40 nationally ranked women's tennis team (8-3) is scheduled to travel to Philadelphia, Pa. for a match at Penn (5-4) at the Hamlin/Hecht Tennis Center at 1:00 p.m. this Saturday, Feb. 24. ODU's match originally scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 25 against Temple has been postponed.
Old Dominion signed Robert Mayo to an NLI
HUNTINGTON, W.V. – Five Monarchs scored in double-figures as the Old Dominion men's basketball team (22-5, 13-2 C-USA) snapped Marshall's (19-9, 10-5 C-USA) five-game win streak in an 84-79 victory at the Cam Henderson Center on Thursday night in front of 5,828 fans. ODU has won six in a row, 10 of its last 11 and 17 of its last 19 contests.
ODU sits in sixth place after day two.