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Bowling, Albaugh Earn ODAC Honors

Bowling, Albaugh Earn ODAC Honors

ASHLAND, Va. – Sophomore Olivia Bowling (Charlotte Hall, Md./St. Mary’s Ryken) has been named ODAC Player of the Year for the second consecutive season and head coach Leighann Albaugh has been selected ODAC Coach of the Year for the second straight time.

Bowling won the individual title at the ODAC Championship for the second consecutive year. She was the only player to shoot under 80 in each of the three rounds of the championship. Bowling posted a three-day total of 227 (77-73-77) and won by nine shots over second-place Elizabeth Cheng of Hollins.

Bowling was also named First Team All-ODAC. She was second in the conference with a scoring average of 78.6, 0.1 behind Cheng. Bowling played in eight events and had three wins as well as five Top 5 finishes. Along with her win at the ODAC Championship, Bowling also won the Preview at the Barn in September and the Bridgewater Invitational in October. She is currently ranked No. 26 in NCAA Division III by

In two seasons of competition, Albaugh has led Randolph-Macon to a pair of ODAC titles. She guided the Yellow Jackets to first-place finished at the Preview at the Barn and the Bridgewater Invitational. R-MC leads the conference with a team average of 345.5. The Yellow Jackets are ranked No. 51 by for NCAA Division III.


ODAC Player of the Year: Olivia Bowling, So., Randolph-Macon

ODAC Coach of the Year: Leighann Albaugh, Randolph-Macon

ODAC Rookie of the Year: Shannon Ciccarello, Fr., Hollins

ODAC/Farm Bureau Scholar-Athlete: Elizabeth Cheng, Sr., Hollins

All-ODAC First Team

Olivia Bowling, So., Randolph-Macon

Elizabeth Cheng, Sr., Hollins

Marin Warring, So., Bridgewater

All-ODAC Second Team

Shannon Ciccarello, Fr., Hollins

Andrea Walker, So., Bridgewater

All-ODAC Third Team

Brittany McDonaldson, So., Eastern Mennonite

Rachael Wright, So., Washington and Lee