Eastern Mennonite University’s Hannah Chappell-Dick won the Marjorie Berkley Award from the Old Dominion Athletic Conference.
The postseason is all about surviving and advancing. The Bridgewater College Eagles managed to do just that Monday evening at Nininger Hall.
EMU’s basketball women picked up a confidence-building win on Senior Night, rolling over Randolph-Macon 76-61 in Yoder Arena.
Bridgewater College turned in a dominant second-half performance Tuesday to defeat Virginia Wesleyan College, 77-58, in a key ODAC contest.
For the first time in 13 years, EMU has an individual cross country champion. Hannah Chappell-Dick (Bluffton, Ohio/Bluffton) continued her incredible senior season by winning the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships Saturday, Oct. 31 in Bridgewater.
The host Tigers shut down Bridgewater in the second half, as the BC football team lost 27-3 on Saturday at Hampden-Sydney.
The Bridgewater College Eagles were picked third in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) preseason baseball poll released Thursday by the conference office.
Bridgewater College head football coach Michael Clark has released the program’s 2015 schedule that features four night games, including two under the lights at Jopson Field.
Senior Jacob Wright rushed for three scores as the Bridgewater Eagles football team ran past Randolph-Macon by a 28-25 score on Saturday afternoon.
The talent is there for something special to happen. But EMU men’s basketball coach Kirby Dean says it comes down to one simple thing – chemistry.
EMU has announced the resignation of women’s volleyball coach Jeff Tyson. He has accepted a position as the Fitness and Aquatics Operations Manager at The Centre in Adrian, Mich.
The Bridgewater Eagles defense held 22nd-ranked Hampden-Sydney to a season-low nine points as the Eagles rolled past conference-leading Hampden-Sydney by a 34-9 score on Saturday.
Five former Bridgewater College standout student-athletes were inducted into the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame at the annual Hall of Fame Banquet held Friday evening.
Senior Jacob Wright rushed for a one-yard score and the Eagles recovered the onside kick but trailed by seven late in the game. Bridgewater moved inside the Guilford five but the Quakers came up with a fourth-down stop to hold off the Eagles by a 35-28 tally in a thriller at the Armfield Athletic Center.
This week’s EMU Athlete of the Week is being awarded to Adam Moyer (Harleysville, Pa./Christopher Dock), who took advantage of his only goal-scoring opportunity in the second half to put the game-winning goal in the back of the net for his team.
Emory & Henry scored 27 unanswered points to break a 7-7 first-quarter deadlock with a 34-21 victory over the Bridgewater Eagles on a dreary Saturday afternoon at the Jopson Athletic Complex.
The EMU women’s basketball team released their 2014-15 schedule today, and it shows a tall order for the women to secure another trip to the NCAA National Tournament.
An “easy schedule” is always a relative term, but compared to last year the upcoming season’s schedule for the EMU men doesn’t look quite as over-bearing as the last.
Junior Matthew Pisarcik connected with Jacob Wright on a 47-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter and the Bridgewater defense had two fourth-down stops over the final four minutes of play as the Eagles defeated Shenandoah by a 27-23 tally in a Saturday night slugfest.
Senior Darrick Gore returned an interception 20 yards for a score and the defensive unit accounted for two scores on the day as the Bridgewater Eagles football team overcame a rocky offensive performance in a 32-16 victory at Apprentice on Saturday afternoon.
Bridgewater women shut out Roanoke: Ashley Crossman scored both goals Saturday afternoon as the Bridgewater College Eagles picked up a key, 2-0, Old Dominion Athletic Conference women’s soccer victory over Roanoke College.
Bridgewater men’s soccer wins in OT: Junior midfielder Ricky Capuano scored the winning goal early in the first overtime Saturday afternoon to lift Bridgewater College to a 3-2 victory over Randolph-Macon College in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) opener for both squads.
EMU men fall to Virginia Wesleyan: The Royals had their chances against last year’s ODAC champion Virginia Wesleyan, but an upset was not to be as the men lost 4-1 on the road Saturday night.
Last week, Morgan Hill accounted for four of the five EMU goals scored in their first home games of the season, including the game-winner in the exhilarating double overtime 4-3 victory against Hood College.
Nora Osei (Springfield, Va./West Springfield) finished off a dramatic night by hitting the game-winner with 2:16 left in double overtime, handing the EMU Royals back-to-back wins in 100+ minutes.
Going into extra time is becoming old hat for the EMU soccer teams. The men settled for a scoreless draw Wednesday afternoon in a non-conference contest at Lebanon Valley.
Morgan Hill’s (Martinsville, Va./Carlisle) penalty kick with 1:49 left in double overtime provided the game-winner, as EMU’s soccer women earned their first victory of the year, taking down Hood by a final of 4-3.