The Hollins golf team made one last trip this season when they faced Sweet Briar in a dual match at Poplar Grove Golf Club in Amherst. The two long time Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) rivals would tee it up in match play.
The 2018 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Golf Championships were shortened to two days with the wet weather in the forecast for the remainder of the three day event. The 32 player field played 36 holes on Tuesday to wrap up the tournament.
The first round of the, three day, 2018 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Golf Championships got started on Sunday afternoon. The event is being held in Greensboro and contested on the Bryan Park Champions Course. The women's tournament in being contested at par 72 over the 5,800 yard layout.
The Hollins Classic took place on Sunday morning at Hunting Hills Country Club. Hollins played host to three other Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) rivals as 16 golfers teed off on the 5,802 yard layout, contested at par 72.
The Hollins Invitational had to be rearranged due to the impending weather coming to the Roanoke Valley. The two day event that was scheduled to tee off on Saturday was turned into a one day affair played on the Roanoke Country Club's Crabapple and Redbud courses.
For the final time this fall, the Hollins golf team teed it up when they traveled to Southwest Virginia to compete in the Emory & Henry Women's Fall Classic. The one day event was contested over a 5,804 layout at the Glenrochie Country Club in Abingdon.
Hollins was represented by a pair of golfers at the Knights Invitational, hosted by Southern Virginia University. The one day event was contested at par 72 over the layout at the Vista Links Golf Club in Buena Vista, VA.
The Hollins golf team competed with 12 other schools at the Generals Invitational hosted by Washington and Lee. The two-day event was held at the Lexington Golf and Country Club. Methodist University finished atop the field while Carnegie Melon tied for second with the host Generals of W&L.
After opening the fall season at Shenandoah last week, the Hollins golf team teed it up in the second of three fall tournaments. Five Hollins golfers took aim at the par 72, 5,805 yard layout at the Lakeview Golf Club in Harrisonburg. 54 golfers, representing eight schools, played in the two-day event.
The Hollins University golf team traveled to Winchester to compete in their first tournament of the fall. Four golfers took aim at the 5,862 yard, par 72 layout at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club. Hollins was one of 11 schools that saw 46 golfers tee off in the Green Turtle Invitational.