ODAC Golf Tournament News

May 2, 2022 --- Washington and Lee University and Guilford College collected a league-high four all-conference honors each with ODAC champion Hampden-Sydney College securing three selections to award teams to headline the 2022 All-ODAC Men's Golf Awards. University of Lynchburg first-year Eddie Coffren V doubled as the ODAC Golfer of the Year and ODAC Rookie of the Year. Hampden-Sydney mentor Chad Eisele earned Jack Jensen Coach of the Year honors. Washington and Lee junior Pierce Robinson earn the ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete of the Year award, and H-SC senior John Hatcher Ferguson was tabbed the Ted Keller Sportsman of the Year.

May 1, 2022 --- Hampden-Sydney College went wire-to-wire in capturing the program's title at the 2022 ODAC Men's Golf Championship, snapping a trophy drought that dates back to 1996. The Tigers posted a season-low 846 (282-281-283) to finish at 6-under par following 54 holes of competition at Old Trail Golf Club in Crozet. H-SC senior Hunter Martin claimed medalist honor, topping an individual leaderboard that saw seven players finish under par. Martin chimed it at 5-under 208 with all three rounds in red numbers (70-69-69) on the way to a one stroke victory over Michael Vick (72-68-69) from Guilford College and Jackson Hoovler (71-68-70) from Ferrum College.

April 29, 2022 --- The first day of the ODAC Men's Golf Championships was eventful if not surprising following 18 holes at Old Trail Golf Club in Crozet, Va. Hampden-Sydney College, ranked 19th in NCAA Division III by Golfstat, owns a five shot advantage over Roanoke College after first round totals of 282 and 287, respectively. A pair of first-year players sit tied atop the individual leaderboard. University of Lynchburg's Eddie Coffren V is just by Roanoke's Sean Furlong at 3-under par 68 with the latter golfer spearheading a strong effort from the Maroons that has them one shot ahead of Lynchburg in the team table.

April 26, 2022 --- Fresh off claiming its fourth straight ODAC women's golf championship, Washington and Lee University again dominated the All-ODAC Women's Golf Awards. Five Generals picked up all-league laurels with a pair of special accolades going to blue & white individuals. University of Lynchburg sophomore Emily Brubaker earned both ODAC Golfer of the Year honors from the league's head coaches and ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete distinction from the ODAC's athletic communications personnel.

April 26, 2022 --- Washington and Lee University put its foot on the pedal in round three at the ODAC Women's Golf Championship as the Generals set the conference single-round team record for a second time in three days on the way to hoisting their fourth straight ODAC women's golf trophy at The Dominion Club in Glen Allen, Va. The Generals final round 300 surpassed their 301 from day. When combined with a 308 from the second round, W&L finished at 45-over par 909 -- the lowest 3-day championship total in league history -- to out-pace second place University of Lynchburg by 24 strokes at 933 (319-307-307). Bridgewater College rounded out the top-three at 81-over 945 (315-317-313). Lynchburg sophomore Emily Brubaker proved steady is best as she fired her second straight even-par 72 to capture the ODAC individual medal. It is the fourth time she has stood atop a leaderboard this season. Brubaker's 4-over 200 (76-72-27) was four shots clear of W&L junior Megan Kanaby (75-75-74) and second leader Sophia Martone (73-72-79) from Bridgewater at 8-over 224.

April 25, 2022 --- Washington and Lee University maintained its lead in the team table at the 2022 ODAC Women's Golf Championships as a day two 308 has the Generals positioned at 33-over par 609, 17 shots clear of second place University of Lynchburg (626) heading into the final round. The Hornets posted the best team round of the day at 307 to pick up one shot on the leaders. Bridgewater College first-year Sophia Martone proved steady wins the race as she will bring a three-shot lead into the final 18 holes on Tuesday morning. She carded an even par 72 on the 5,638 yard track at The Dominion Club in Glen Allen, Va. She is 1-over par for the tournament and three strokes ahead of Lynchburg sophomore Emily Brubaker, who also shot even par and sits at 4-over 148 through 36 holes.

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