Second Consecutive ODAC Championship

Caitlin Dorsch, Copy Desk Chief~

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On Sunday, November 4, 2018, the University of Lynchburg Women’s Soccer team won their second consecutive Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championship by defeating Virginia Wesleyan University by a score of 3-0. The Hornets started off strong when Senior Forward, Caitlin Mertens scored off of a breakaway within the first five minutes of the first half.  Then, Redshirt Senior Forward and Captain, Hannah Olds scored the next two goals, both assisted by Mertens.

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Running Back with the ODAC

Alex Allen, Copy Editor~

The Women’s Track & Field program here at Lynchburg College has added on to their program’s history. On Saturday, April 22, they brought home another ODAC Championship title. This was the first title for their program since 2011 and their 9th overall.

The women won with a total 195 points, which was 30 points over the second-placed Bridgewater College. They placed in four individual championships as well, which helped lead them to the overall title. Continue reading “Running Back with the ODAC”

Inch by Inch

Alex Allen, Copy Editor~

On Saturday, Nov. 11, Lynchburg College’s women’s soccer team began their journey to find their way back to a National Title. It has been three years since they brought the first National Championship win home to LC and two since they have made it past the second round. This year, the Lady Hornets continued tradition and took the game’s “inch by inch” and made it into the sweet sixteen. Continue reading “Inch by Inch”

You Win Some You Lose Some

Alex Allen, Copy Editor~

This past weekend, all of Lynchburg College’s fall sports competed in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) championship tournament. These teams included the women’s soccer, volleyball and field hockey teams, as well as the men’s soccer team.

The volleyball team fell to Randolph-Macon College in the semifinals 3-0, but made a good run by upsetting Bridgewater College in the quarterfinals 3-1, ending their season with an overall record of 17-8. Continue reading “You Win Some You Lose Some”