ODAC Indoor Track Championship News

March 2, 2022
ODAC Announces Indoor Track & Field Awards
Fresh off a successful and exciting championship meet hosted at Roanoke College, the ODAC indoor track & field coaches have made their final choices to complete the 2021-22 All-ODAC Indoor Track & Field Awards. Virginia Wesleyan University jumpers Jaylyn Lane and Geni Roberts were selected as the ODAC Indoor Women's and Men's Field Athletes of the Meet, respectively. Bridgewater College sprinter Adalia Coleman earned ODAC Indoor Women's Track Athlete of the Meet laurels, while University of Lynchburg mid-distance runner Sam Llaneza collected ODAC Indoor Men's Track Athlete of the Meet recognition. Hornets mentor Jim Sprecher was tabbed the ODAC Coach of the Year in both sports. Washington and Lee University is home to both the ODAC Women's and Men's Rookies of the Year in sprinter Katelyn Gamble and distance runner Josh Fingerhut.

February 27, 2022
Lynchburg Sweeps ODAC Indoor Track & Field Titles
The first ODAC Indoor Track & Field Championships since 2020 featured nine broken men's records and a sweep of the team titles as the University of Lynchburg capped two days in Roanoke College's Kerr-Cregger Fieldhouse by lifting both league trophies. The Hornets collected 194.0 points in the women's team standings to out-pace second place Washington and Lee University (119.50) and third place Roanoke (104.50). Lynchburg's men earned 170.0 points to rank ahead of second place W&L (95.0) and third place Bridgewater College (77.0). Lynchburg, which has won an ODAC-best 29 men's indoor titles, enjoys its first men's championship since donning 17 consecutive crowns from 1998 through 2014. Lynchburg's women's program increases its league record mark to 12 championships with its third straight piece of conference hardware.

February 26, 2022
ODAC Athletes Set for Return of the Indoor Track & Field Championships
It's been two years for ODAC indoor track & field fans to see their favorites athletes in action at a conference championship, but the wait is over with the return of the ODAC Indoor Track & Field Championships this weekend, February 26-27, in Salem, Va. ODAC competitors return to the Kerr-Cregger Fieldhouse for two days of competition. The schedule is a bit altered from past championships with this year's affair starting earlier on Saturday. Field events begin at 12:00 p.m. ET with the first running event slated for 3:30 p.m. ET. Action continues on Sunday with field events at 11:00 a.m. ET and track events at 2:30 p.m. ET.

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