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October 14, 2020 NCAA Announces Four-Year Championship Hosting Assignments The City of Salem has long been touted as "Virginia's Championship City" for its history of hosting NCAA championship events in...
October 9, 2020 ODAC Chat | Ashley Smeltzer-Kraft, Shenandoah In this edition of ODAC Chat, we dive into field hockey and talk with Shenandoah University head coach Ashley Smeltzer-Kraft. Ashley is the...
January 17, 2020 Lynchburg's Steele Inducted into NFHCA Hall of Fame In a year of incredible accomplishments, Enza Steele earned recognition for a lifetime of achievement Thursday night. The National Field...
December 11, 2019 Lynchburg's Lerro, Brown Named NFHCA All-Americans Two ODAC stars were recognized as All-Americans by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) on Wednesday. University of...

Standings

2019 ODAC Field Hockey Standings

School Conf Overall
LynchburgLynchburg 8-0 20-4
ShenandoahShenandoah 7-1 17-4
Washington and LeeWashington and Lee 6-2 10-8
Randolph-MaconRandolph-Macon 5-3 10-9
RoanokeRoanoke 4-4 12-8
BridgewaterBridgewater 3-5 5-14
Virginia WesleyanVirginia Wesleyan 2-6 5-13
Eastern MennoniteEastern Mennonite 1-7 5-13
FerrumFerrum 0-8 2-16

Players of The Week

Katie Brookman Randolph-Macon So. Midfielder November 04, 2019 Brookman, a sophomore from Culpeper, Va., put together a 12-point week to help Randolph-Macon close the season with a pair of league victories to secure hosting privileges in one of the ODAC Tournament quarterfinals. Brookman scored twice in a 3-2...
Emilee Wooten Roanoke Jr. Forward October 28, 2019 Wooten, a junior from Laytonsville, Md., picks up her first weekly award of the season after posting a nine point week in a pair of key ODAC victories to keep Roanoke in the hunt for a conference postseason berth. Wooten scored a trio of goals and...
Kelsey Jones Shenandoah So. Forward October 21, 2019 Jones, a sophomore from Fredericksburg, Va., put together an eight-point week in leading Shenandoah to a pair of ODAC wins, including one in dramatic fashion. Jones opened her week with a goal and an assist in a 4-1 victory over Randolph-Macon. Then...
Maria Teresa Ambrogi-Torres Randolph-Macon Jr. Forward October 14, 2019 Ambrogi-Torres, a junior from Richmond, Va., put together a strong week in helping the Yellow Jackets to a pair of conference victories to keep Randolph-Macon within a game of the top the ODAC table. Ambrogi-Torres registered nine points on the week,...
Emily Dudley Lynchburg Jr. Midfielder October 07, 2019 Dudley, a junior from Westminster, Md., picks up her second weekly award after helping Lynchburg to a pair of a victories last week including another high-profile ranked win. Dudley found the net twice last week, registering a goal in each contest as...
Jackie Lerro Lynchburg Jr. Forward September 30, 2019 Lerro, a junior from Royersford, Va., was explosive in the Hornets 2-1 week that included a 4-3 victory over nationally second-ranked Rowan University. Lerro, who registered 16 total points in Lynchburg's 2-1 week, opened with four goals and three...
Lauren Heffron Roanoke Jr. Midfielder September 23, 2019 Heffron, a junior from Glen Allen, Va., helped the Maroons to a 2-1 week to improve to 4-2 on the season with one more week of non-conference action before getting into ODAC play. Heffron registered at least one goal in each contest. She tallied the...
Taylor Hayes Shenandoah Sr. Midfielder September 16, 2019 Hayes, a senior from Fredericksburg, Va., helped Shenandoah stay on top of the field hockey standings with four goals in a pair of non-conference wins for the Hornets. Hayes began her week with a hat trick in a 7-0 victory at Hood College. It marked...
Emily Dudley Lynchburg Jr. Forward September 09, 2019 Dudley, a junior from Westminster, Md., helped the Hornets to a 1-1 week in a pair of road games against key regional opponents. In a 3-2 double-overtime setback at Alvernia, Dudley followed up on her own saved effort and tucked in the rebound to...
Megan Stevens Shenandoah Sr. Defense September 03, 2019 Stevens, a senior from Blairstown, N.J., helped lead Shenandoah to a pair of victories to start the season, including the Hornets first win over a ranked opponent in program history. Stevens started her week with a goal and a defensive save in SU's...

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