List of Old Dominion Monarchs football seasons

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This is a list of seasons completed by the Old Dominion Monarchs football team of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS).[1] The Monarchs fielded their first team in 1930 under Tommy Scott.

Seasons[edit]

Legend

     National Champions[2]
     Conference Champions
     Division Champions/Co-Champion
     Bowl game/Playoff berth[3]

Season Coach Conference Season results Bowl/Playoff result Final ranking
Conference finish Wins Losses Ties[4] NCAA/TSN Poll[5] Coaches Poll[6]
William and Mary Norfolk Division Braves (Independent)
1930 Tommy Scott Independent 3 1
1931 Tommy Scott Independent 1 0 1
1932 Tommy Scott Independent 6 3 1
1933 Tommy Scott Independent 5 3
1934 Tommy Scott Independent 3 5 1
1935 Tommy Scott Independent 8 1
1936 Tommy Scott Independent 4 4
1937 Tommy Scott Independent 5 3
1938 Tommy Scott Independent 3 5 1
1939 Tommy Scott Independent 4 5
1940 Tommy Scott Independent 0 6
Old Dominion Monarchs (FCS)
2009 Bobby Wilder FCS Independent 9 2
2010 Bobby Wilder FCS Independent 8 3
2011 Bobby Wilder CAA T–2nd 10 3 NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs – Second Round* 10 10
2012 Bobby Wilder CAA T–1st 11 2 NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs – Quarterfinals* 6 6
Old Dominion Monarchs (FBS)
2013 Bobby Wilder FCS Independent 8 4
2014 Bobby Wilder C-USA T-3rd (East) 6 6
2015 Bobby Wilder C-USA 5th (East) 5 7
2016 Bobby Wilder C-USA T–1st (East) 10 3 Won 2016 Bahamas Bowl against the Eastern Michigan Eagles, 24-20
Total 67 30 (only includes regular season games)
(only includes bowl games; 0 appearances)
2 2 (only includes playoff games; 2 appearances)
109 66 4 (all games)
Denotes a tie for first place and conference co-champion.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "2013 Old Dominion Monarchs Football Media Guide" (PDF). Old Dominion University. 2013. Retrieved December 6, 2013. 
  2. ^ Old Dominion competes in the Football Championship Subdivision of Division I.
  3. ^ The yellow color is used only when Old Dominion reaches a bowl but does not hold a share in the conference title. In any case that Old Dominion has a share of the conference championship, the green color is used.
  4. ^ Overtime rules in college football were introduced in 1996, making ties impossible.
  5. ^ Since the 1978 split in divisions, the NCAA, or more recently, The Sports Network Poll has been the major poll at the FCS level.
  6. ^ The FCS Coaches Poll was introduced in 2007. Therefore, polls for prior seasons do not exist.