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Despite shooting 43.5 percent from the floor and going 11-for-11 from the foul line, the Old Dominion women’s basketball team suffered its fourth-straight loss after falling to Pittsburgh 67-58 on Friday night during the second night of the Paradise Jam.
Behind 51.5 percent shooting from the floor (34-66), the Maryland Terrapins defeated the Old Dominion Lady Monarchs 95-49 on Thursday night in the 2015 Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
The Old Dominion women’s basketball dropped a 61-35 loss to Miami (Fla.) on Tuesday night at the Ted Constant Center.
Jennie Simms scored 27 points to lead the Old Dominion women’s basketball team over Wagner, 71-57, on Sunday at the Ted Constant Center.
After posting 21 wins last season and advancing to the WNIT second round, the Old Dominion Lady Monarchs were picked second in the 2015-16 Conference USA Preseason Poll, according to the league coaches.
The Old Dominion men’s basketball team will play 18 Conference USA games in 2015-16. This year ODU will play C-USA home and home contests against Charlotte, Marshall, Western Kentucky, Rice and North Texas with single games against the other eight schools.
Old Dominion University head men’s basketball coach Jeff Jones has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and will undergo surgery to treat it, ODU announced today.
Old Dominion University athletic director Dr. Wood Selig announced today that former Monarch basketball standout and Atlanta Hawk guard Kent Bazemore has made a generous gift to the Bernett and Blanche Mitchum Basketball Performance Center, which is expected to break ground in July.
Samaritan’s Feet International announced that Jeff Jones, head men’s basketball Coach for Old Dominion University, has been selected for the 2015 Barefoot Coach of the Year.
Tickets for Old Dominion’s semifinal NIT game against Stanford at Madison Square Garden are on sale at www.Ynottix.com.
Trey Freeman’s (Virginia Beach, VA.) 30-footer as time ran out gave ODU (27-7) a 72-69 victory over Murray State in the National Invitation Tournament quarterfinals before a crowd of 8,161 in the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
In the 33rd all-time and first meeting since 2008, it was the Old Dominion Lady Monarchs (21-12, 11-7 C-USA) who were too much for the Virginia Cavaliers (17-14, 7-9 ACC) in the First Round of the 2015 Women’s National Invitation Tournament on Thursday night.
Jonathan Arledge, Trey Freeman and Ambrose Mosley combined for 51 points to lead the No. 1 seeded Monarchs of Old Dominion (25-7) to a 65-56 NIT opening round victory over Charleston Southern Wednesday night.
The UVA women’s basketball team (17-13, 7-9 ACC) earned the Atlantic Coast Conference’s automatic bid to the 2015 Postseason Women’s National Invitation Tournament and will play its first round game at Old Dominion (20-12) on Thursday, March 19 in Norfolk, Va.
ODU junior guard Trey Freeman (Virginia Beach, VA.) scored a game high 22 points and junior forward Javonte Douglas (Charlotte, NC.) added 12, but Middle Tennessee defeated the Monarchs (24-7),59-52 in a Conference USA quarterfinal game at the Legacy Arena.
Old Dominion University athletics announced Monday a five-year partnership naming Under Armour (NYSE:UA) the official outfitter of ODU football and the men’s and women’s basketball programs, beginning September 1, 2015.
ODU junior guard Trey Freeman (Virginia Beach, VA.) equaled his ODU career high of 27 points to lead the Monarchs to a 75-52 Conference USA victory over Western Kentucky.
Saturday afternoon at the Ted Constant Convocation marked Senior Day for Tiffany Minor and Chelisa Painter, in a game that the Lady Monarchs (17-10, 10-6) led in its entirety, claiming a 70-48 victory over North Texas (5-22, 4-12).
Monarch junior guards Trey Freeman (Virginia Beach, VA.) scored 24 and Aaron Bacote (Hampton, Va.) added 16 along with ODU’s strong second half defense as the Monarchs defeated North Texas, 70-57 Saturday evening at the Super Pitt.
The ODU Monarchs (21-6/10-5) defeated Rice Thursday evening, 63-54 behind a team best 17 points from Trey Freeman along with 14 points from Richard Ross and 12 from Ambrose Mosley off the bench. The win ended ODU’s five-game C-USA road losing streak.
Old Dominion (16-10, 9-6) shot a season best 56.5% from the floor while Chelisa Painter had a career day in the Lady Monarchs 83-68 victory over Rice (8-18, 3-12) on Thursday afternoon at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
An Annika Holopainen three-pointer with just three seconds left in the contest lifted the Lady Monarchs (14-10, 7-6) over the Lady Techsters (14-11, 9-5) by a score of 72-71 in a televised game on Sunday afternoon at the Thomas Assembly Center.
ODU junior guard Trey Freeman (Virginia Beach, VA.) scored his ODU career high 27 points to lead the Monarchs (20-6/9-5) to a 72-53 Conference USA victory over league leader Louisiana Tech before a crowd of 8,019 at the Constant Center.
Southern Miss (18-7, 11-3) won its sixth consecutive game, as a 32-14 halftime lead propelled the Lady Eagles to a 70-53 victory over the Lady Monarchs (14-10, 7-6) on Thursday night at Reed Green Coliseum.
ODU junior guard Trey Freeman (Virginia Beach, VA.) scored a game high 18 points to lead the Monarchs to a 64-38 Conference USA victory over Southern Miss Thursday night in a nationally televised contest at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.