Sweet Briar’s Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association team traveled to Richmond on Saturday to compete at Virginia Commonwealth University. Following a strong showing last week, the Vixens emerged victorious again, adding the title of high-point rider to yet another high-point team award.
Sweet Briar’s Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association team began its season on a high note. Riding for the first time in Zone 4, Region 4, Sweet Briar riders were high-point team champions at Stillmeadows Farm in a competition hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Sweet Briar College’s National Collegiate Equestrian Association team traveled to its inaugural NCEA meet Friday, Sept. 15, taking on Delaware State University. Every rider on Sweet Briar’s newly chosen team showed in at least one of the two hunt seat events.
SWEET BRIAR, Va. (Aug. 29, 2017) — Sweet Briar College’s riding program announced today that it has joined the National Collegiate Equestrian Association. The College becomes the NCEA’s first Division III member to compete in regular season play and be eligible for the post-season.
On Wednesday, Sweet Briar College riders traveled to Hollins University to compete in this year’s Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championships. After a rollercoaster competition, the team finished second behind Hollins, falling short by just one point.
LYNCHBURG, Va.- For the second year in a row and fourth overall, the Sweet Briar College equestrian team has claimed the ODAC Equestrian Title. This is the Vixens third title in the past five years, having won the championship in 1987, 2012, 2015, and now 2016.
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference has announced it's 2016-17 Sportsmanship Teams and eight Sweet Briar student-athletes have been selected to the team for their respective sport. The squads are comprised of a student-athlete selected by the coaches staffs of each team competing under the banner with all sports and schools fully represented.
Sweet Briar riders were victorious at home on Saturday, Feb. 25, claiming the high-point team championship at the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association competition at Harriet Howell Rogers Riding Center. As show co-hosts with Lynchburg College, the Vixens scored 46 team points for the win.
Sweet Briar's Athletics and Riding programs are excited to announce this year's inductees for the Hall of Fame. These alumnae bring pride and recognition to the College through their achievements at Sweet Briar, professional accomplishments, and ongoing support of their alma mater.
Sweet Briar College today announced the appointment of noted scholar, liberal arts advocate, experienced administrator and global leader for women’s education Meredith Woo as the College’s 13th president. She will succeed Phillip C. Stone, who will retire in May 2017.
FOREST, Va. --- The conclusion of the 2015-16 athletic seasons etched 40 years of competition in the ODAC into the history books. In celebration of the accomplishments of conference member teams, coaches, and athletes, the ODAC will feature key milestones throughout the first 40 years of the conference.
Sweet Briar, VA- With over 110,000 votes being cast and 40,000 of them coming in the final 10 hours, the Sweet Briar College Vixens edged out the Alfred University Saxons in the championship round of the Sports Illustrated: Campus Rush Division III Best Mascot Tournament.