May 4, 2016
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
at Liberty Twilight
in Lynchburg, Va.
Live stats
May 16, 2016
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
at SWAT Last Chance Meet
in Swarthmore Pa.
May 26, 2016
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
at NCAA National Outdoor Championships
in Waverly, Iowa
May 27, 2016
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
at NCAA National Outdoor Championships
in Waverly, Iowa
May 28, 2016
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
at NCAA National Outdoor Championships
in Waverly, Iowa
Apr 29, 2016 Final
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Final
at Jopson Invitational
in Bridgewater, Va.
Results
Apr 23, 2016 Final
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
4th of 9
at ODAC Championships
in Lynchburg, Va.
Results | Recap
Apr 22, 2016 Final
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
4th of 9
at ODAC Championships
in Lynchburg, Va.
Results | Recap
Apr 16, 2016 Final
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Final
at Hopkins/Loyola Invitational
in Baltimore, Md.
Results | Recap
Apr 16, 2016 Final
Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Final
at WildCat Invitational (throwers)
in Lynchburg, Va.
Results | Recap

Team Conf All
Bridgewater 15-3 26-18
Lynchburg 14-4 24-15
Washington and Lee 12-6 15-16
Randolph-Macon 11-7 24-20
Hampden-Sydney 9-9 20-21
Virginia Wesleyan 9-9 16-21
Guilford 9-9 16-24
Eastern Mennonite 4-14 11-25
Emory & Henry 4-14 6-26
Roanoke 3-15 12-23
MORE STORIES
Royals Athlete Of The Week: Tyler Denlinger Tyler Denlinger had a great start to the outdoor track season and has one goal in his sites - the NCAA National Championships. (Mar 29, 2016) [more]
Heizer Grabs Second ODAC Weekly Award Of Year The big senior season continues for thrower Jeremy Heizer. Just two weeks removed from a trip to the NCAA Indoor National Championships, Heizer was named the ODAC Field Athlete of the Week. (Mar 28, 2016) [more]
Royals Hang Tough At High Level Raleigh Relays Top competition spurs on top performances, and a handful of EMU track and field athletes proved that adage over the weekend. The Royals qualified a limited number of men and women for the Raleigh Relays, hosted by North Carolina State and comprised of mainly D-I athletes. But the few that went did very well for an early-season meet, including toppling a few PRs. (Mar 26, 2016) [more]
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