2008 Schedule & Results

FINAL Records

  • Overall 11-7-2; Old Dominion Athletic Conference 7-2-1

  • 2008 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Champion

  • NCAA Tournament qualifier

Date Opponent Time/Location Result Notes
Aug. 29
Friday
Christopher Newport Tournament vs. #5 York College (Pa.) 5 p.m.
Newport News, Va.
YC,
2-0
Marlins were outshot 11-5; York scored two goals in the final 4:41 of the game
Aug. 30
Saturday
Christopher Newport Tournament vs. Medaille College (N.Y.) 5 p.m.
Newport News, Va.
VWC,
4-0
Robbie Man, Adam Beck, Harrison Myrdal, Matt Vige scored goals for the Marlins; Ryan Zmuda recorded five saves
Sept. 5
Friday
Blue Marlin/adidas Classic vs.
#9 Emory University (Ga.)
5 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
EU,
2-1
2ot
Ben Schlang scored the winning goal for #9 Emory in the 119th minute; Brandon Massie scored for VWC in the 30th minute
Sept. 6
Saturday
Blue Marlin/adidas Classic vs.
University of Mary Washington
3 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
  CANCELLED DUE TO TROPICAL STORM HANNA; game will not be rescheduled
Sept. 7
Sunday
Blue Marlin/adidas Classic
#9 Emory University (Ga.) vs.
University of Mary Washington
1 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
EU,
2-0
 
Sept. 17
Wednesday
Christopher Newport University 7 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
CNU,
2-1

Brandon Massied tied the game at 1-1 in the 29th minute, but CNU hit the game-winner in the 63rd

Sept. 20
Saturday
Roanoke College* 7 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
RC,
3-1
Adam Stringer scored for VWC in the 87th minute
Sept. 24
Wednesday
at Guilford College* (N.C.) 3 p.m.
Greensboro, N.C.
VWC,
5-0
Brandon Massie scored twice for VWC, which tallied four goals in the second half
Sept. 27
Saturday
at Hampden-Sydney College* 3 p.m.
Hampden-Sydney, Va.
VWC,
4-2
Brandon Massie and Clay Price scored second-half goals to lift VWC to the win
Oct. 1
Wednesday
Randolph College* 7 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
VWC,
6-1
Five Marlins scored, led by Brandon Massie with two goals; VWC scored four second-half goals
Oct. 4
Saturday
Eastern Mennonite University*
(Homecoming/Family Weekend)
2 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
VWC,
2-0
Brandon Massie scored two second-half goals; VWC out-shot regionally-ranked EMU 33-10
Oct. 8
Wednesday
North Carolina Wesleyan College 7 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
NCWC,
1-0
Ryan Zmuda recorded four saves in goal for VWC
Oct. 11
Saturday
at Emory & Henry College* 1 p.m.
Emory, Va.
VWC,
7-1
Six Marlins scored goals, led by Brandon Massie with two; VWC out-shot E&H 31-9
Oct. 15
Wednesday
Bridgewater College* 7 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
VWC,
3-1
Clay Price, Adam Beck, and Harrison Myrdal scored goals for the Marlins, who out-shot BC 39-7
Oct. 18
Saturday
at Lynchburg College* 7 p.m.
Lynchburg, Va.
LC,
3-0
 
Oct. 22
Wednesday
Randolph-Macon College* 7 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
T, 0-0
2ot
VWC out-shot R-MC 25-10, 7-2 in the two overtime periods
Oct. 25
Saturday
at Washington and Lee University* 11 a.m.
Lexington, Va.
VWC,
3-1
Brandon Massie scored all three goals for the Marlins
Oct. 28
Tuesday
St. Mary's College (Md.) 7 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
VWC,
6-1
Justin Naramore, Brandon Massie tallied two goals each for the Marlins, who out-shot the 'Hawks 29-10
  Old Dominion Athletic Conference
Championship Tournament
    Seeds: 1. Roanoke; 2. Lynchburg; 3. VIRGINIA WESLEYAN; 4. Hampden-Sydney; 5. Washington and Lee; 6. Eastern Mennonite; 7. Randolph; 8. Randolph-Macon
Nov. 1
Saturday
ODACT Quarterfinal
Eastern Mennonite University
7 p.m.
Foster Field/
Trinder Center
Virginia Beach, Va.
VWC,
1-0
Nick Forno scored off a Jason Malkiewicz assist for VWC, which out-shot EMU 20-8
Nov. 5
Wednesday
ODACT Semifinal,
at Lynchburg College
4 p.m.
Lynchburg, Va.
T, 0-0 2ot VWC advances to final on PKs, 4-1; Jason Malkiewicz, Brandon Massie, Shawn Edwards, Adam Beck hit Pks for VWC; Jay Coble recorded 10 saves and one in the PK session
Nov. 8
Saturday
ODAC Championship,
at Roanoke Colelge
6 p.m.
Salem, Va.
VWC,
1-0
Robbie Mann scored off a Kevin Maslyn assist to help VWC to the 2008 ODAC title
  National Collegiate Athletic Association DIII National Championship Tournament
     
Nov. 13
Thursday
NCAA First Round,
at North Carolina Wesleyan College
1 p.m.
Rocky Mount, N.C.
NCWC,
4-3 ot
Clay Price scored a pair of goals for VC and Adam Stringer added one; Jay Coble recorded nine saves
  #National rankings according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America      

* Indicates Old Dominion Athletic Conference contest