Upcoming Events
vs. Soccer Day Summer Camp
vs. Elite Lacrosse Shootout Camp
vs. Lacrosse Super Junior Shootout Camp
vs. Dee Vick's Skills Academy
vs. Dee Vick's Basketball Academy
Men's Lacrosse
vs. #2 seed Washington and Lee
@ Roanoke College (Salem, VA)
L, 14-6 Final
Men's Lacrosse
vs. #6 seed Guilford
W, 12-9 Final
vs. Randolph-Macon
@ Liberty Baseball Stadium, Lynchburg, Va.
L, 6-5 Final
vs. Bridgewater
@ City Stadium in Lynchburg, Va.
W, 4-1 Final
vs. Shenandoah
@ City Stadium in Lynchburg, Va.
W, 4-3 Final
2015-16 Basketball
  • 2015-16 Basketball
  • 2016 Baseball
  • 2016 Lacrosse
  • 2015-16 Tennis
  • 2015 Football
  • 2015 Soccer

2015-16 ODAC Basketball Standings

College Conf Overall
Lynchburg 12-4 23-7
Virginia Wesleyan 12-4 18-9
Roanoke 11-5 19-7
Guilford 11-5 16-10
Hampden-Sydney 8-8 17-10
Randolph 8-8 17-12
Emory and Henry 8-8 16-12
Randolph-Macon 8-8 13-14
Eastern Mennonite 6-10 9-14
Bridgewater 6-10 7-18
Washington and Lee 3-13 10-16
Shenandoah 3-13 6-20
More Headlines
May 25, 2016
Jake Koferl Selected to Participate in 75th USILA/Nike North-South Game Jake Koferl (Huntersville, NC/Lake Norman) was selected to participate on the Division III South team for the 75th USILA/Nike North-South game.
May 20, 2016
Coach Rostan Named USILA North-South Legend The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) announced Head Coach Ray Rostan as one four legends of the men’s lacrosse game.
May 20, 2016
Mike Murray Honored With Gammon Cup at Commencement At this year's Commencement ceremony, Hampden-Sydney Basketball's Mike Murray '16 was awarded one of the highest honors bestowed at graduation when he was named the 2016 winner of the Gammon Cup.
May 17, 2016
29th Hall of Fame Class Announced Hampden-Sydney College and the Athletics Hall of Fame announce its 29th class to be inducted on Saturday, October 29, 2016, at 11 am in the Kirk Athletic Center. Included in the Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2016 are football’s all-time leading rusher C.W. Clemmons ‘05, basketball standout Brandon Randall ‘04, and baseball sensation Jason Keefer ‘98.