RADFORD, Va. — “It’s not how you start, but how you finish.” What coach has not used these words as motivation for their team? Over the season, the team has had ups and downs. But through all the extra swimming and dry land sessions, the team’s ultimate goal was performing its best at the ODAC/Atlantic States Championships. Did the team succeed? Mission accomplished.
Sweet Briar College tennis players Virginia Edahl, a junior from Charlotte, N.C. and first-year Krista Maldonado received recognition from the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) for their outstanding play this weekend
The Sweet Briar tennis team will begin the 2009 spring season with their first match on Saturday February 21 at Salem College (1-0) in Winston-Salem, NC. The following day, the Vixens will take on Greensboro College (0-1) in at Bur-Mil Park in Greensboro. The Sweet Briar tennis home opener is scheduled for Friday February 27 against Washington and Lee University.
Radford, Va.—The Sweet Briar Vixen Swim Team started Day 1 of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships (ODAC) with a very strong start against their conference opponents at Radford University. Current standings after today’s events have the Vixen swim team in third place in a field of eight.
The College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has recognized the Sweet Briar College Swim Team for its high academic performance.
Tennis Vixen Virginia Edahl (Charlotte, N.C./Providence) was honored with second-team honors on Monday as the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) announced its 2008 All-State teams.
The 2007-08 athletic season officially came to an end on Thursday evening, as Sweet Briar College Athletics held its annual Varsity Sports Awards Banquet. The night featured the presentation of eight major awards, as well as varsity letters and team awards.
Two more school records fell Sunday evening as swimming concluded at the 2008 ODAC/Atlantic States Championships in Radford, Va. The Vixens finished third overall with 454 points and third among ODAC schools with 526 points.