The 2018 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championship Show was held in the Lynchburg area. Sweet Briar College played host to the, six team, end of season, show. With a total of 15 team points, Randolph College was crowned Champion while Hollins and Sweet Briar tied for Reserve Champion with 13 points.
The final Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) event before Regionals was held on Saturday and hoisted by the University of Virginia. A pair of Hollins riders took the top two spots during the show.
On Saturday, the Hollins equestrian team traveled to the Hill City to compete in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) event that was co-hosted by Lynchburg and Sweet Briar. For the second consecutive show, Hollins was named Reserve Champion and the team boasted the High Point Rider of the day.
On Saturday, the Hollins equestrian team traveled to Bridgewater to compete in their seventh Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) event of the year. For the third time this season, Hollins was crowned Reserve Champion after the team finished with 33 points, just two points back of Randolph College for the top spot.
The Hollins equestrian team got back to Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) action over the weekend. On Saturday, Hollins traveled to Lynchburg to compete at the Randolph IHSA event before heading home on Sunday to join Washington and Lee in hosting their spring event. At Randolph, Hollins posted a third place result while finishing sixth at their hosted show.
The Hollins equestrian team competed in Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) action for the final time this semester. The fall season ending show was held in the Hill City and co-hosted by Lynchburg College and Sweet Briar. Hollins finished in a tie for third, with the host Hornets, in the eight team field.
The Hollins riders traveled to the Harrisonburg area on Saturday to compete at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) event. The show was co-hosted by Bridgewater and James Madison and featured eight teams. The University of Virginia was named Champion with Randolph College coming in Reserve Champion.
The Hollins riders were back in Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) action on Saturday. It marked the second IHSA event of the fall and Hollins looked to build on their Reserve Champion effort at Randolph College back on September 23rd, The University of Virginia hosted nine schools looking to earn more points towards the Regional event next spring.
In advance of next weekend's Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) event in Charlottesville, the Hollins equestrian team competed at the, two-day, House Mountain Show in Lexington, Va. The show was held at the Virginia Horse Center and saw several Hollins riders earn ribbons and honors.
The Hollins equestrian team opened their 2017-18 Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) schedule with a trip to Randolph College. Hollins was one of eight competing schools and on the back of several ribbons and the high point rider, the green and gold was named Reserve Champion.