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Adrienne Yoder goes down as one of the most decorated student-athlete in the history of the Old Dominion field hockey program, as she helped lead her teams to two NCAA Championships (1998 and 2000) and four Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championships. 
Individually, Yoder was named an NFHCA first team All-American in back-to-back years in 2000 and 2001 and was named a third team All-American in 1999. The standout defender was also a four-time All-Conference honoree, earning first team All-CAA her sophomore-senior seasons and second team All-CAA in 1998.
In her senior season, Yoder was named Conference Player of the Year and was the CAA Tournament MVP. In her first season playing for the Monarchs in 1998, she earned the CAA Rookie of the Year Award and was Defender of the Year in 2000 and 2001. Yoder was successful off the field as well, as she was named to the National Academic Squad all four years. 
Yoder ended her ODU tenure with 61 assists, tied for seventh in program history, and she graduated in 2002 with a degree in biology education. She was inducted into the Old Dominion Sports Hall of Fame in 2018.