Several Generals Named to ODAC/StellarOne Spring Sportsmanship Teams

Several Generals Named to ODAC/StellarOne Spring Sportsmanship Teams

FOREST, Va. – The Old Dominion Athletic Conference released its 2013 StellarOne Bank Spring Sportsmanship Teams on Friday and several Washington and Lee Generals were among those recognized.

Senior outfielder Will Salley (Augusta, Ga./Westside) was honored on the baseball sportsmanship team, senior Molly Rountree (Andover, Mass./Phillips Academy) was honored on the riding team, junior Mark Sowinski (Greensboro, N.C./Bishop McGuinness) was honored on the men’s golf team, first-year Sara Moir (Roanoke, Va./Hidden Valley) was recognized for women’s golf, senior midfielder Jack Switala (Lloyd Harbor, N.Y./Cold Spring Harbor) was honored for men’s lacrosse, senior attacker Ashley Barnes (Annapolis, Md./St. Mary’s) garnered the award for women’s lacrosse, junior Vincent Kim (Grand Blanc, Mich./Cranbrook Kingswood) was honored for men’s tennis, senior Christina Douglas (Fayetteville, N.Y./Manlius Pebble Hill) was recognized for women’s tennis, sophomore Eddie Barnes (Ashburn, Va./Broad Run) garnered the honor for men’s track & field and junior Alexandra Hagan (Tampa, Fla./H.B. Plant) was recognized for women’s track & field.

Salley played in all 36 games this spring, batting .325 with 11 doubles, eight home runs and 34 RBI.  He finished his career with a school-record 70 walks and a .336 batting average.

Rountree earned First Team All-ODAC honors this spring after finishing seventh overall at the ODAC Championships in April.  She also placed in a tie for fourth-place in the Cacchione Cup for the regional rider of the year.

Sowinski completed his junior season with a 78.7 stroke average over 21 rounds played.  A member of the Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar team, he finished 24th overall at the 2013 ODAC Championships.

Moir was a Third Team All-ODAC honoree in her rookie season with the Generals.  She produced an 88.5 scoring average over 12 rounds and placed 11th at the conference championship event.

Switala played in all 21 games and tallied 23 points on 14 goals and nine assists.  He completed his career with 76 points on 51 goals and 25 helpers.

Ashley Barnes saw action in 13 contests, totaling one goal, one assist and 12 draw controls.  She ended her lacrosse career with 22 goals and six assists.

Kim completed his season with a 5-4 singles record and a 3-0 doubles mark.  He earned First Team All-ODAC laurels at No. 6 singles.

Douglas posted a 14-5 singles record and a 7-2 doubles mark this year for the women’s tennis team.  She completed her four-year career with a 44-10 singles record and a 26-7 doubles record.

Eddie Barnes was a First Team All-ODAC honoree for the outdoor track & field season after winning the javelin with a toss of 58.35 meters.  He also placed fifth in the discus with a heave of 39.21 meters.

Hagan was a Third Team All-ODAC honoree during the outdoor season, placing third overall in the pole vault (3.06 meters).

Washington and Lee’s 10 spring sports teams combined to win three ODAC Championships and they posted an 82-46 (.641) overall record.

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