MOUNT BERRY, Ga. - The men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at the Division III NCAA South/Southeast Regional Saturday in Mount Berry, Ga. The men took home 24th at the meet while the women finished in 29th place.
WINCHESTER, Va. – The men’s and women’s cross country team’s performed well at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships Saturday morning at the Kernstown Battlefields. The men claimed fifth place, registering a score of 153 in the 8K race. The women took home eighth with a score of 229.
FREDERICK, Md. – The men’s and women’s cross country teams turned out solid performances at the Hood College Invite Saturday morning. The men’s team placed second with a score of 99 while the women came home with an eighth place finish.
SALISBURY, Md. - The Virginia Wesleyan University men’s and women’s cross country churned out solid performances at the Don Cathcart Invitational Saturday morning hosted by Salisbury University. The men’s team claimed sixth overall while the women took home 10th.
WINCHESTER, Va. – The Virginia Wesleyan University cross country team’s had a terrific outing at the Hornet Carrer / Commonwealth Challenge hosted by Shenandoah Saturday morning. The men took home second place as a team while the women finished in seventh on the course that both teams will run on later this season for the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships.
BRIDGEWATER, Va. – The Virginia Wesleyan University cross country teams had solid outings at the Bridgewater Eagle Cross Country Challenge Friday afternoon. The men’s side topped the entire field placing three in the top ten while the women saw success with two runners in the top-20.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The men’s and women’s cross country teams have released their schedule for the upcoming 2018 season. Both the men’s and the women’s squads will compete in five races with the men running the eight-kilometer races and the women six kilometers.
Virginia Wesleyan University senior Marissa Coombs highlights the final conference awards for cross country this season as the ODAC's head coaches completed the 2017 All-ODAC awards process, earning ODAC Runner of the Year. Bridgewater College's Jamie Hiegel earned the men's title. Mike Dager and Brandon Spalding, both of Washington and Lee, won ODAC Women's Cross Country and Men's Cross Country coach of the year respectively. EMU senior Michaela Mast and W&L freshman Freddie Marx took home ODAC Rookie of the Year honors.
Virginia Wesleyan University hosted the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Cross Country Championships on Saturday morning and got a result that pleased the home crowd as senior Marissa Coombs won the women's race.
Sophomore men's golfer Carter Morgan and women's cross country senior Marissa Coombs were named Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Players of the Week for their respective sports as the league announced its weekly awards were announced on Monday.
The Virginia Wesleyan University men’s and women’s cross country team took advantage of the fall break to travel up to New Jersey to face some huge competition in the 2017 Inter-Regional Border Battle.
The Virginia Wesleyan University athletic department showcases a question and answer feature with our Marlin of the Week. The first student-athlete selected this year is women's cross country senior Emily Latimer.
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) announced its 2016-17 ODAC Sportsmanship Teams for each of the conference's 24 sponsored sports. The squads are comprised of a student-athlete selected by the coaching staffs of each team competing under the banner with all sports and schools fully represented.
Six Marlins were named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) All-Academic Team as the squad was released. A total of 217 student-athletes from 37 colleges and universities found their names listed.
Virginia Wesleyan will transition from College to University during the summer 2017. A launch of the University's new web site occurred on May 23 and new features and updates on the site will continue through August 1.