Sailing Finishes Fourth at Chesapeake Invitational
Get the Max from Minium: Some advice for ODU: Loosen up and have fun against Virginia Tech
Francois Musitelli, Jannik Giesse, Luca Maldoner and Oliver Tobisch of the Old Dominion men's tennis team commenced the 2018 fall season at the Harvard Chowder. Giesse and Maldoner teamed up to win the flight two doubles title, while Musitelli was the flight two singles runner-up. Harvard, Texas Tech and Indiana all sent players to compete in Cambridge, Mass.
U.S. Navy's "Leap Frog" Parachute Team to Deliver Game Ball on Saturday
NORFOLK, Va. – In his senior year of high school, linebacker Lawrence Garner suffered an ankle injury that led the New Jersey native to rethink his college options. Other schools were set aside and Garner chose Bobby Wilder and Old Dominion University, who stuck to their word to give him a scholarship to play football for the Monarchs, regardless of his physical condition. Three years later, Garner is now three starts into the 2018 football season leading the FBS with 14 tackles per game. Garner's road to this national success did not come easy. "I didn't know when I was going to be able to run, jog or get into pads, but I just put my head down and worked," said Garner. "Even though I might've not played again, I still had to come here and work hard and try to get back to normal." Garner watched from the sidelines as his teammates worked to get better on the field, while he worked on getting healthy again. The sophomore credits his supportive family and the ODU coaching staff for his success through the winding ride of his young college football career. "The coaching staff has been with me all the way through my ups and downs. Coach Wilder has done a great job reminding me that there's more to life than football, this is just setting you up for the real world. My parents telling me to fight through it and that I'm not a quitter, that keeps me going and it makes me want to work even harder knowing I have their support and knowing that if I was to quit, who it would impact." Despite offers from other FBS programs, including some Power Five schools, Garner stuck with a close-knit ODU team, where he now is going to play the biggest game in program history on Saturday afternoon against No. 10 Virginia Tech. Coming into the game, Garner has 42 total tackles, inking a season-high 16 against FIU. "I'm trying to work even harder, because I've had great success early
GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Old Dominion women's golf team is set to travel to Greenville, S.C. to compete in the Lady Paladin Invitational hosted by Furman University from Sept. 21-23. ODU is coming off a fifth-place finish at the Mary Fossum Invitational that was stacked with several nationally ranked opponents.
Old Dominion senior goalkeeper Kealsie Robles earned her first career cap for Team USA this past week at the Sompo Cup in Osaka, Japan.
The No. 11 Old Dominion field hockey team has a big weekend at the L.R. Hill Sports Complex, headlined by a Friday night showdown against the reigning national champs, No. 2 UConn, at 5 p.m. ET.
The Old Dominion women's soccer match against Charlotte originally scheduled for Friday, Oct. 26 has been moved up to Monday, Sept. 24 at 4:00 p.m. at the ODU Soccer Complex.
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Former Old Dominion star Jared Young has been the Chicago Cubs Minor League Player of the Year, the organization announced on Tuesday.