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7th-Ranked Lady Blue Devils Defeat Lady Monarchs

November 22, 2014 |

Norfolk, Va. –The Old Dominion Lady Monarchs dropped from the ranks of the unbeatens Thursday night after suffering an 82 – 66 defeat to the Duke Lady Blue Devils. The Lady Monarchs gave a valiant effort against the Lady Blue Devils, however … Read More

ODU Through to Second Round of NCAA Tourney

November 21, 2014 |

Nate Budryk Sports Editor

The Old Dominion Soccer Monarchs continued their winning ways in front of a raucous home crowd on Thursday night, as they defeated St. Francis Brooklyn 3-0 in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

The Monarchs … Read More

Taylor Heinicke: From FCS to NFL?

November 19, 2014 |

Taylor Heinicke is a big name around the Norfolk area but recently his name has started to resonate with NFL scouts. This 6’ 1’’ 21 year old QB is starting to move his analysts’ draft boards.

Heinicke has a track … Read More

Monarchs come from behind to top No.4 Lobos

November 19, 2014 |

After being down a goal well into the second half, Old Dominion Men’s Soccer was able to come from behind and get a 2-1 victory against the New Mexico Lobos. The victory comes in the first round … Read More

Old Dominion tops William and Mary in 757 battle

November 18, 2014 |

The Old Dominion Lady Monarchs defeated the William and Mary Tribe 65 – 58 in the latest chapter of the sibling rivalry in front of nearly 2000 spectators at the Ted Constant Convocation Center Monday night.

 

The Lady Monarchs … Read More

Men’s Soccer Wins C-USA Tournament

November 17, 2014 |

The Old Dominion men’s soccer team capped off an improbable run on Sunday, winning the Conference USA men’s soccer tournament by defeating the University of South Carolina 2-1. South Carolina was the last obstacle to the Monarchs in their quest for conference … Read More

Lady Monarchs excited for upcoming basketball season

November 12, 2014 |

Last season the Lady Monarchs basketball team, led by Shae Kelly, finished with an overall record of 18-16 and finished 9-7 in Conference USA.

During the offseason, Kelly transferred to the University of Minnesota. Now the Lady … Read More

#24 ODU’s superhero

November 12, 2014 |

Felltone Misher catches unbelievable interception with seconds to spare

“What a Homecoming” fans exclaimed as they exited S.B. Ballard Stadium into the crisp November night. The 40th straight sellout crowd was in for a treat. The Old … Read More

Photo Gallery: ODU Football vs. FIU

November 8, 2014 |

For more photos, please visit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/odumaceandcrown/

Photos by Josh Boone, Joshua Caudell, Taylor Nguyen, Lex Selig and Zach Chavis

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And The Award Goes To…

November 5, 2014 |

With the NBA season getting underway, there is a lot of talk about “Who is going to win the MVP this year” and “Could the Spurs actually repeat this year?” Well here is a breakdown of all … Read More

Antonio Vaughan leaving behind a record-setting trail

November 5, 2014 |

Senior wide receiver Antonio Vaughan has been a part of every step for the Old Dominion Monarchs on their way to Conference USA football. Vaughan, a North Carolina native, felt the Monarchs were a perfect fit for him early on … Read More

ODU Men’s Basketball Optimistic About This Season

November 4, 2014 | 2

Last season was statistically one of the best turnarounds in the NCAA for the Monarchs Mens Basketball team. They look to build off an 18-18 season as they enter their second season of Conference USA play.

“It comes … Read More

Washington’s quarterback non-troversy

October 29, 2014 |

By Alex Brooks Contributing Writer

The Redskins quarterback controversy is very simple to understand.  There isn’t one.

Colt McCoy took over the starting quarterback position midway through the game against the Tennessee Titans last week.  He took the position away … Read More

Percy Harvin: A Double Edged Sword

October 28, 2014 |

DeAndre Taylor Staff Writer

Percy Harvin, a Chesapeake native, was supposed to be the Seattle Seahawks most talented receiver, but with a history of anger issues, he has failed to live up to the hype.  Last week he was traded … Read More