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Driving Forward: Samantha Morrell Leads Lady Monarchs Golf On and Off the Greens

October 24, 2012 |

Golf is a game of patience, awareness and good judgment. This precise sport has many players, some skilled and some less fortunate. Since golf originated in the fifteenth century, the game has seen many talented players. Samantha Morrell of the Old Dominion University Lady Monarch’s golf team is one of those talents. Morrell, a senior, […]Read More

A Blessing in Disguise

October 10, 2012 | 10

Old Dominion University redshirt senior Thomas Wilde wasn’t really into golf when he was a kid, “I used to play sports like soccer and squash,” Wilde said.  He can thank a serious childhood problem he had when he was 14 years old for initially launching his golf career, “I had a blood disorder which meant […]Read More

Men’s Golf Makes Early Move Into C-USA

September 19, 2012 | 1

The men’s golf team here at Old Dominion University is one of the few teams that have already made the move from the Colonial Athletic Association to Conference USA. “We are very excited. The golf competition in Conference USA is much stronger than in the CAA,” head coach Murray Rudisill said, “We were probably going […]Read More

A Fairway Drive to the Putting Green

April 11, 2012 |

Carol Robertson is in her first year as Old Dominion’s women’s golf coach. “I had high expectations for these girls. I knew they had a lot of potential, but I can honestly say they’re even surprising me, which is a good thing,” coach Robertson said on her team’s performance on the course in the 2011-12 […]Read More

Like Father Like Son

October 19, 2011 |

Local Pro’s Son Becoming Star at ODU Written By: Ben Decowski Senior Writer Old Dominion University has an up and coming star in sophomore golfer John Dawson, who just finished tied forseventh at the Joe Agee Invitational.  Golf has always been a part of John Dawson’s life.  “My dad was a local professional in Virginia […]Read More