ODAC Basketball Tournament News

February 27, 2022
Shenandoah University women's basketball is 2-for-2 is conference championship games as the Hornets lifted their second ODAC trophy in as many tries with a 56-43 victory over Randolph-Macon College on Sunday in the Salem Civic Center. Shenandoah (22-5 overall, 13-5 ODAC), seeded fourth in the tournament, earns the ODAC's automatic entry into the NCAA Division III Tournament field of 64 teams. Randolph-Macon (20-7, 16-2), the ODAC's second seed, is among the league's schools that will wait to see where they rank inside of the NCAA's Region VI for a possible at-large selection. The bracket will be announced on Monday on www.ncaa.com.

February 27, 2022
Randolph-Macon College made a triumphant return to the Salem Civic Center as the top-seeded Yellow Jackets hoisted their third straight ODAC men's basketball trophy via a 74-59 victory over third-seeded Virginia Wesleyan University on Sunday afternoon.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
February 23, 2022
Washington and Lee University earned three all-conference selections in addition to pair of special awards to headline the 2021-22 All-ODAC Women's Basketball Awards. Generals guard Megan Horn was tabbed the ODAC Player of the Year, while W&L mentor Christine Clancy garnered ODAC Coach of the Year laurels from her peers. Shenandoah University point guard Sierra St. Cyr collected ODAC Defensive Player of the Year plaudits. Randolph College is home to the ODAC Rookie of the Year for a second straight season with guard Teniyah Crenshaw-Patterson earning this year accolade. University of Lynchburg guard Lizzie Davis received ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors from the league's athletic communications personnel.

MEN'S BASKETBALL
February 23, 2022
Randolph-Macon College earned three all-conference selections plus a trio of special individual honors to highlight the 2021-22 All-ODAC Men's Basketball Awards. Yellow Jackets guard Buzz Anthony in the first four-time player of the year in ODAC basketball history, regardless of gender. He claimed his fourth straight Kurt Axe Memorial Player of the Year award, while R-MC mentor Josh Merkel collected his fifth consecutive Bob Johnson Coach of the Year prize from his peers. Randolph-Macon forward Miles Mallory was tabbed the ODAC Defensive Player of the Year. Bridgewater College guard Shod Smith garnered ODAC Rookie of the Year laurels, while Roanoke College guard/forward Kasey Draper received ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete of the Year award from the league's athletic communications personnel.

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