After opening the season at the ODAC Relay meet, the Roanoke swim team hosted Greensboro in the pool at the Salem YMCA. Both the men and women dominated, winning each event and posting some of the fastest times in the conference to date.
Roanoke traveled to Ferrum to play in an ODAC tri-match with the Panthers and, top ranked, Randolph-Macon. The Maroons recorded their fourth straight, 3-0, win in the opener before falling to the Yellow Jackets in the afternoon.
The men's and women's cross country teams traveled to North Carolina to compete in the VertCross Invitational hosted by High Point University. The Maroons would face a field of, primarily, DI schools with the men finishing 10th and the women 16th.
The Roanoke College volleyball team stepped out of conference as they traveled to Mary Baldwin looking for consecutive road wins. After sweeping Randolph on Tuesday, the Maroons repeated the feat against the Squirrels, earning the 3-0 victory.
The Roanoke Women’s Soccer team has teamed up with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Vs. Cancer program to change this. Throughout the season, the team is raising awareness and funds for local kids with cancer, and they will celebrate their efforts on October 12, 2019 during a home game against the Randolph-Macon College Yellow Jacket Women’s Soccer Team.
The Men’s tennis team had two players qualify to play in the ITA regional men’s Championship this past weekend at Mary Washington College. Twenty nine colleges sent 160 players players to the event where the top Division 3 players on the east coast compete in both singles and doubles. The players were flighted by their UTR rankings for a championship flight and from there B1 through B4 flights .
Roanoke College traveled to Lynchburg to face a Randolph College team that had won three of their previous five ODAC matches. After winning two close sets, the Maroons cruised to a third set win and a sweep of the WildCats.