ASHLAND, Va. - Old Dominion University athletics featured five student-athletes on the Virginia Sports Information Directors Academic All-State Team, VaSID announced on Monday.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. –Old Dominion University junior linebacker Lawrence Garner was named to the Bednarik Award Preseason Watch List, the Maxwell Football Club announced on Monday.
ODU alumnus Wes Lockard and former Maury High star Karlton Hilton have spent a year caring for the University's career leading scorer,
Andy Garriola was named the VaSID Rookie of the Year, while Vinnie Pasquanitino was named Co-Player of the Year. Bryce Windham also earned All-State honors, as announced by the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID).
22 student-athletes on the Old Dominion women's rowing team earned spots on the 2018-19 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team.
Carter Morgan of the Old Dominion men's golf team qualified for the U.S. Amateur Championship after posting a 36-hole score of 136 (70-66) on Tuesday, July 9 at James River Country Club in Newport News conducted by the The Virginia State Golf Association (VSGA). The U.S. Amateur Championship will be held at the historic Pinehurst Country Club on August 12-18 where 312 amateurs will compete for the Havemeyer Trophy.
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Jana Melichova, Sana Tufail and Abigail Portyrata were named Academic All-Americans by the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) on Monday afternoon. The criteria to the All-America Scholar Team is a 3.50 cumulative GPA.
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Old Dominion outfielder Andy Garriola received his third Freshman All-American honor as he was named to D1 Baseball's second team All-America as release by the organization. He becomes the only Monarch to be named to three different freshman All-American teams.
Old Dominion women's basketball senior Ashley Scott participated in a student-athlete symposium on Friday afternoon. She joined other student-athletes from Virginia who talked about their learning disability and how she continues to succeed both in the classroom and on the court despite adversity.