2017 Athletics and Riding Hall of Fame Inductees AnnouncedSweet 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 Names Meredith Woo As Next PresidentSweet 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.
Golf Announces Spring Slate of MatchesSWEET BRIAR, Va.- After a handful of fall matches, the Sweet Briar College golf team is set to begin their inaugural spring season in 2017. The Vixens will be competing at a number of tournaments throughout the region and then conclude their season at the annual Old Dominion Athletic Conference Golf Championships.
SAAC and Chaplain's Office Hosting Holiday Gift DriveThe Sweet Briar SAAC and Chaplain's Office are once again joining forces to provide gifts for local children in need this holiday season. In the FAC lobby is an angel tree with information on different children at Miriam's House, a shelter serving homeless single women or mothers and their children in Lynchburg.
Old Dominion Athletic Conference Celebrates 40 YearsFOREST, 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.
Vixen Golf Takes Second At Hood InvitationalMIDDLETOWN, Md.- The Sweet Briar College golf team concluded its inaugural fall season at the Hood College Invitational on Wednesday afternoon. The Vixens finished runners-up in the four-team field.
Golf Host Dual Against HollinsSWEET BRIAR, Va.- Playing competitively at Poplar Grove Golf Course for the first time, the Sweet Briar College golf team hosted Hollins University on Saturday.