WINCHESTER, Va. – This weekend is another busy one at SU with women's lacrosse, baseball and both tennis teams all hosting events.
Coach Lindsey Lutz' club has been tied with the Quakers at the top of the league standings all season long, and the winner of Saturday's game will have the inside track at the No. 1 seed at the upcoming ODAC Tournament.
GC is 11-1 on the season and like SU, 7-0 in the ODAC. The Quakers have won 10 straight since losing 14-12 to Rochester (N.Y.) Institute of Technology in the second game of the season.
Junior attack E'leyna Garcia paces Guilford with an amazing 90 points on 75 goals and 15 assists.
She currently leads the nation in scoring and has been named ODAC Player of the Week three times this season.
GC averages 17.1 goals per game and gives up just 9.0 per outing.
The baseball team, which just reached the 20-win mark for the 10th consecutive season, is currently second in the ODAC with a 10-6 league record.
On Sunday, SU hosts Mary Washington in a non-league contest.
Sunday's game is Senior Day. Anderson has seven seniors that will be recognized prior to the game.
The LC doubleheader is very important for seeding as SU holds a 1/2 game lead over Washington and Lee for second place in the league.
The top six teams in the conference make the post-season tournament and places two through six are separated by just two games in the loss column.
Lynchburg is currently sixth in the conference with a 7-7-1 league record.
The tennis teams will make the long trip down I-81 on Saturday to take on Emory and Henry before hosting Randolph on Sunday in a pair of ODAC contests beginning at 1:00.
The men's match features a contest in which one team will earn its first league victory of the season. Randolph is 0-8 in the ODAC, ½ game behind the 0-7 Hornets.
On the women's side, RC is in seventh place with a 4-5 league record. Shenandoah has won three straight dating back to a 5-4 win over Sweet Briar last Wednesday and needs a win over the 'Cats in order to keep its ODAC Tournament hopes alive.