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Bridgewater College football tabbed fifth in ODAC preseason poll

Following a vote of the league’s coaches, the Bridgewater Eagles football team was tabbed to finish fifth in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) during the 2014 season according to a press release from the league office. Bridgewater picked up 23 total points to round out the top five.


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Bridgewater College announces events for fall semester

From lectures by featured speakers to music performances and theater productions, Bridgewater College offers a wide range of arts and events for the community to enjoy during the 2014 fall semester.


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Former Bridgewater College basketball player earns prestigious scholarship

Former Bridgewater College men’s basketball player Ronnie Thomas will have the opportunity of a lifetime starting in August when he travels to Ireland to take part in the Victory Scholarship program through Sport Changes Life.


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Bridgewater College to take part in Virginia Private College Week

Shattering a number of long-lived myths is one of the goals of this year’s Virginia Private College Week, which will be observed at Bridgewater College July 28-Aug. 2.


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Food Bank welcomes new director of development

The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank announces today the hiring of Todd Lilley as a Director of Development. Lilley will work with businesses and individuals in the Central Shenandoah Valley and Winchester to develop lasting partnerships and fundraising support of the Food Bank’s mission.


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EMU releases 2014 field hockey, volleyball schedules

Another year, another challenging schedule for the EMU field hockey team. Coach Brenda Bechler released Eastern Mennonite’s 2014 slate today, which will push her women but will also let them lean on the home crowd.


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EMU announces men’s, women’s soccer schedules

The EMU men’s soccer team announced their 2014 schedule today, with the season opener slated for August 29. The Royals have a 19-game slate lined up, including 10 home games in Harrisonburg.


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Kim McCall named softball coach at Bridgewater

Following a nationwide search, Bridgewater College Director of Athletics Curt Kendall has announced the hiring of Kim McCall as the Eagles’ new head softball coach.


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Bridgewater baseball coach named state coach of the year

Bridgewater College head baseball coach Curt Kendall has been named the State Coach of the Year in voting by the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID).


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Shenandoah Valley Writing Academy announces 2014 session

The Shenandoah Valley Writing Academy (SVWA) at Bridgewater College will take place July 7-18 on the college’s campus.


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Jordon Robinson named new tennis coach at Bridgewater

Following an extensive search, Bridgewater College Director of Athletics Curt Kendall has announced the hiring of Jordon Robinson as the new head coach for the Eagles men’s and women’s tennis teams.


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Advertise on Play Ball! baseball radio program for $75

Augusta Free Press is handling advertising placements for the Play Ball! radio program. Placements start at $75 for inclusion in the program. Your ad will be featured in both broadcasts – the original run on WSVA and the repeat on ESPN radio. More details are below.


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Bridgewater baseball finishes season in Top 25

The Bridgewater College baseball team was ranked in the Top 25 in a pair of season-ending polls released today.


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Listen to Play Ball! on WSVA

Play Ball! with Mike Bocock and Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham is back on WSVA-550AM in Harrisonburg, Va., today at 6:25 p.m.


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Bridgewater drops South Region title game to Emory, 5-2

Emory University wiped out an early 2-1 deficit with three runs in the bottom of the fourth and went on to defeat Bridgewater College 5-2 to win the NCAA South Region title game Sunday evening at Piedmont University’s Loudermilk Field.