Old Dominion begins an extended road trip with a midweek game at Virginia Tech on Wednesday at 6 p.m. ET at the newly-renovated English Field.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The Old Dominion University sailing team won the Navy Spring Coed over the weekend.
The Old Dominion women's golf team sits in fourth place, seven strokes off the lead, through the first 18 holes of the Conference USA Championship at the Verandah Club in Fort Myers, Florida.
Following a complete-game shutout against UAB, Old Dominion right-hander Morgan Maguire has been named the Conference USA Pitcher of the Week, the conference office announced on Monday.
WEST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. – The 1V4 boat finished in first place in the third final of the Knecht Cup held on Mercer Lake in West Windsor Township, N.J. The Old Dominion rowing team finished a boat in second in the third final (1V8), fourth in the petite final (2V8), and sixth in the final (3V8).
In the regular season finale, the No. 34 nationally ranked Old Dominion men's tennis team (16-6) took down William & Mary (10-9) by a 4-3 score on Sunday afternoon at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center. After dropping the doubles point, the Monarchs clinched the victory with a 4-1 score, but continued to play out the two remaining singles matches.
KENNESAW, Ga. – The Old Dominion (5-9, 2-2 ASUN) lacrosse team fell to Kennesaw State (5-9, 1-1 ASUN) by a 15-6 score on Sunday afternoon. Glory Johnson found the back of the net twice; this is her second straight game with two or more goals.
Blue Tops White in Spring Game, 26-21
The Old Dominion women's golf team looks to repeat as conference champions this week at the Conference USA Championship at the Verandah Club in Fort Myers, Florida.
Old Dominion and UAB, who won the series, split a doubleheader on Saturday at The Bud. UAB scored three runs in the top of the ninth in game two to pull out a 7-5 victory and steal the series.
Due to forecasted weather for Sunday, Old Dominion and UAB will play a doubleheader on Saturday beginning at 4 p.m. ET at the Bud Metheny Complex.
The No. 47 nationally ranked Old Dominion women's tennis team (17-4) downed No. 42 William & Mary (13-9) by a 6-1 score on Friday afternoon at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center. Friday's match marked the end of the regular season and Senior Day for Adriana Rajkovic and Victoria Olivarez. ODU clinched the victory over the Tribe with a 4-0 score, but played out the remaining singles matches.