Old Dominion Monarchs Football Schedule
There is nothing quite like being there in the middle of a big-time matchup
featuring the Old Dominion Monarchs, a top-tier program that is always making a dent in Conference USA. This is a conference
that has some very strong teams, which helps to make for a schedule filled with great challenges for the Monarchs as they
look to elevate their game and make a move up the standings. Come out and see the Monarchs do their thing and it won't take
long to get sucked up right into the middle excitement, which means plenty of big-time hits, spectacular catches and nail-biting
moments that will have you gripping the edge of your seat.
One look at the schedule and you'll definitely see some major
opportunities to come out and watch the Monarchs. Marshall, Middle Tennessee, UAB, Western Kentucky and more are the types
of teams that you might find coming to town to play the Monarchs, bringing with them some major rivalries that have fans glued
to the action down on the gridiron. And that's why you can count on Ballard Stadium to be absolutely rocking from the get-go
for all of the biggest games of the season, creating the perfect backdrop for a game that you know you'll be talking about
a long time after it's all over.
Old Dominion Monarchs Football Team Info
Though this is a fairly new
program, it hasn't taken long for the Monarchs to make some serious noise in Conference USA, pointing to a bright future that
has fans definitely excited to see what this team is capable of. Guys like Ronnie Cameron, Jonathan Plisco, Rick Lovato and
more have all already been All-Americans while playing for the Monarchs, and the next superstar can come from just about anywhere.
Come out and see the Monarchs this season and you'll end up with an intense experience filled with playmakers that will have
you hooked on the excitement, as this is as good as it gets if you're looking for a top-tier sporting event in which absolutely
anything can happen.
The NCAA Football Experience
With a game loaded with players that how to put on a
show, you'll see first-hand why the college football has become the cream of the crop in American spectator sports. Though
we know you can watch from home on your fancy flatscreen, there is something about watching the drama unfold first-hand that
simply cannot be matched, and you'll be reminded of that as soon as the stands erupt during the opening kick. This is a team
that has its brightest years ahead of it, and the atmosphere of S.B. Ballard Stadium is sure to be absolutely packed with
fanfare and intensity whenever the Monarchs take to the field.
Old Dominion Monarchs Football History
2005, the Old Dominion Board of Visitors voted to bring back the Monarchs beloved football program that had been dormant since
1941. The program played its first game in 1930, when it was known as the William & Mary Norfolk Division Braves. Despite
an impressive record in the 11-year history of the program, the team was discontinued in 1941 because of budgetary constraints.
The Old Dominion Monarchs returned to the field in 2009, however, to the thrill of their fans and the Norfolk community, however,
finishing an impressive 9-2 in their first season. Since then, the excitement surrounding the Monarchs has been on the rise
in a very big way, making it always a good idea to head out and see what fans around Norfolk are already talking about.
Old Dominion Monarchs Football Trivia
Who was the first Monarch to make an active NFL roster?
is Ronnie Cameron, the dynamic defensive lineman who made it onto the roster playing for the Cleveland Browns. D.J. Morrell
also was signed onto the practice squad for the Buffalo Bills and several other players have gone on to play in the Canadian
Football League. With a program on the rise and bringing in more and more talent, the Monarchs always seem to have a few players
on the roster who could be destined to play on the next level.
Old Dominion Monarchs Football Fans
the gridiron, the Monarchs have one of the top programs in Conference USA, a highly competitive conference loaded with superstars
and very strong teams. When the Monarchs hit the field for a big game, particularly at home at S.B. Ballard Stadium, you'll
see plenty of passion and fanfare emanating from the stands. We all know that it's the talent down on the field that gets
the Monarchs' fans going, but it's the fans themselves who help to take the atmosphere to the next level, creating the type
of intensity that is simply impossible to duplicate. And when the game is on the line and the Monarchs are digging in looking
to bring down a huge win, you'll definitely be glad that you're not anywhere else.