SU roundup: Overby earns ODAC conference honor

FOREST – Senior designated hitter Nolan Overby has been named ODAC Player of the Week for baseball in selections announced Monday afternoon by the league office.

Overby hit .421 last week with eight hits in 19 at-bats as the Hornets wrapped up the regular season with four wins in seven contests.

He had four extra base hits, including three home runs, last week. In addition, Overby drove in 12 runs and he had at least one hit in five of the six games he played.

Overby is hitting .333 for the season with a team-high six home runs.

Shenandoah, the No. 1 seed at the upcoming ODAC Tournament, is back in action on Thursday morning at 11 a.m. versus sixth-seeded Eastern Mennonite.

Women’s lacrosse
FOREST – Senior women’s lacrosse co-captain Liz Bereit has been named ODAC Player of the Week in selections announced Monday afternoon by the league office.

Bereit, who leads SU with 47 goals and 18 assists for 65 points, had seven goals and five assists last week as the Hornets defeated Bridgewater and Virginia Wesleyan in a pair of ODAC contests.

After scoring a goal and three assists in a 10-9 win at Bridgewater on Wednesday, Bereit had six goals and two assists in the Hornets 17-16 victory at VWC Saturday.

Her final assist in the Virginia Wesleyan came with three seconds remaining in regulation to send the game in overtime and then she tallied the game-winning goal with 65 seconds remaining in the OT.

This is the second time this season, and fourth time in her career, that she has earned ODAC Player of the Week honors.

Bereit and the Hornets complete their regular season on Wednesday with a 4 p.m. ODAC game at Randolph-Macon. The winner of that game earns the No. 2 seed and accompanying bye into the tournament semifinals.

FOREST – Three members of the Shenandoah University men’s golf team have earned All-ODAC honors in selections announced Monday night at the league’s banquet as part of championship weekend.

Head Coach Scott Singhass has been named as the Jack Jensen Coach of the Year while juniors Evan Cocke and Doc Schulte were named to the league’s first and second team, respectively.

Singhass earns the program’s first-ever Coach of the Year award after leading the Hornets to three top three finishes this season including a tie for the championship at the Glenn Heath Shipbuilders Memorial on April 13.

The Hornets have recorded three sub-300 rounds this season and had a best-ever ninth place showing at the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate at the end of March.

Cocke won the Camp Lejeune, shooting a four-under-par 210 to win the tournament by one stroke. The Centreville native has a 75.80 stroke average this season with three top 10 finishes including that one win.

Schulte, now a two-time All-ODAC honoree, has a 76.33 stroke average with three top 10 finishes and one sub-par round.

His best round this season was a one-under 69 in the first round of the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate.

The squad is in the midst of competing at the 2015 ODAC Championships at the Rock Barn GC in Conover, North Carolina. Monday’s opening round was suspended; the tournament picks up tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. with the completion of the first round in addition to the final 18-hole round.