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  • Morris Named Third Team All-American
    May 22, 2010
    Junior Emily Morris was named to the NFCA All-American third team in voting conducted amongst the coaches from across the nation.
  • Morris and Rees Earn NFCA All-Region Honors
    May 17, 2010
    Junior Emily Morris and sophomore Hillary Rees were named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Region team after leading the Bridgewater Eagles softball team to a 33-10 season. Morris earned first team honors at designated player, while Rees picked up third team honors at second base in voting conducted among the region coaches.
  • Trio of Eagles Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Softball Squad; Morris Named to First Team
    May 06, 2010
    In a highly competitive selection process, the Bridgewater Eagles softball team had three players selected to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team in voting conducted among the District III Sports Information Directors.
  • Six Eagles Earn Softball All-Conference Honors; Childress Named to First Team
    April 30, 2010
    Six players earned All-ODAC softball honors following Bridgewater’s 33-10 season and third place finish at the 2010 ODAC Softball Championships. Junior Lauren Childress led the way for the Eagles with her first career first-team selection.
  • Thomas Named to ODAC All-Tournament Team
    April 25, 2010
    Bridgewater freshman right fielder Aven Thomas was named to the All-Tournament team following a solid weekend at the 2010 ODAC Softball Championships in Salem, Va.
  • Bridgewater’s Season Ends with 3-2 Loss to Virginia Wesleyan
    April 24, 2010
    The Bridgewater Eagles softball team took a 2-1 lead into the bottom of the sixth, but a run in each of the final two innings from the Virginia Wesleyan Marlins put an end to BC’s season as the Eagles fell by a 3-2 tally.
  • Softball Cruises by Randolph 16-3
    April 24, 2010
    In what could be a busy day for the Bridgewater Eagles softball team, the Eagles easily took down the Randolph WildCats by a 16-1 tally to advance in the loser’s bracket of 2010 ODAC Softball Tournament.
  • Six-Run Third Leads Eagles to 7-6 Victory
    April 23, 2010
    In a game that was eerily similar to an earlier season doubleheader between the two teams, Bridgewater jumped out to a 7-2 lead after three innings before being forced to hold off a late Guilford rally en route to a 7-6 victory over the Quakers.
  • Eagles Fall to Lynchburg in Tournament Opener 4-3; Gills Sets Career Strikeouts Record
    April 23, 2010
    Against a familiar Lynchburg Hornets team, the Bridgewater Eagles fell behind early before rallying back to bring the game to within one over the final innings. One run is as close as the game would get, as the Hornets held off the late Eagles charge as BC fell by a 4-3 tally in the opening game of the 2010 ODAC Softball Tournament.
  • Softball Extends Winning Streak to 13 with Sweep of Southern Virginia
    April 20, 2010
    In the regular season finale at the BC Softball Field, the Bridgewater Eagles (31-8) used solid pitching and a pair of three-run first innings to claim a doubleheader sweep over the Southern Virginia Knights (21-9).
  • Softball Earns Fifth Seed in Upcoming ODAC Championships; Will Play Familiar Foe Lynchburg
    April 20, 2010
    After a posting a 12-6 mark in conference play, the Bridgewater Eagles still had to use a series of tiebreakers to find out which seed they would earn for the upcoming ODAC Softball Championships. Following the tiebreak procedures, the Eagles earned the fourth seed and will open against Lynchburg.
  • Thomas Named ODAC Player of the Week
    April 19, 2010
    Following a week in which she hit at a .556 clip, Bridgewater Eagles freshman right fielder Aven Thomas was named the ODAC Player of the Week according to the conference office.
  • Eagles Sweep McDaniel in Road Finale; Extends Winning Streak to 11
    April 18, 2010
    In the team's regular season road finale, the Bridgewater Eagles (29-8) softball team belted three homers in the seventh inning of game one to pull away late in an 18-3 victory over McDaniel (12-20). BC blasted two more homers in game two en route to a 8-2 win and a doubleheader sweep over the Green Terror.
  • Five Homers Lead Softball to Doubleheader Sweep over Randolph-Macon
    April 17, 2010
    After winning game one by an 11-3 score, the Bridgewater Eagles trailed early in game number two by a 3-0 tally to Randolph-Macon. In the bottom of the second in game two, sophomore Hillary Rees tagged a grand slam as part of a five homerun day for the Eagles as BC swept the visiting Yellow Jackets at the BC Softball Field.
  • Eagles Sweep Sweet Briar; Ramsey Tosses No-Hitter
    April 15, 2010
    In an ODAC doubleheader at the BC Softball Field, it took the Bridgewater College (25-8, 10-6 ODAC) bats a few innings to come alive, but when they did the runs came in a barrage as the Eagles swept visiting Sweet Briar. In game two, sophomore Summer Ramsey came two outs from the perfect game, but notched the five-inning no-hit win for the Eagles.
  • Eagles Slug Their Way Past Shenandoah
    April 13, 2010
    Bridgewater used four homeruns in game number one to erase a 2-0 deficit en route to a 10-4 victory over the visiting Shenandoah Hornets. In game two, the Eagles used timely hitting and effective pitching to earn an 8-1 win and preserve a doubleheader sweep over the Hornets.
  • Softball Sweeps Emory & Henry on Senior Day; Gills Tosses No-Hitter
    April 11, 2010
    Bridgewater's offense scored early and often this afternoon in a doubleheader sweep of the visiting Emory & Henry Wasps. Senior Ashley Gills made her Senior Day a special one as the senior tossed a five-inning-no-hitter in game one. Bridgewater swept Emory & Henry 15-0 and 14-0.
  • Power Hitting Eagles Earn Split at Lynchburg
    April 07, 2010
    Bridgewater College (19-8, 6-6 ODAC)handed Lynchburg its first conference loss of the season in a ODAC softball doubleheader split at Moon Field. Lynchburg (19-9, 9-21 ODAC) took game one by a 5-0 score before Bridgewater blasted three balls out of the yard in game two in a 8-0 win.
  • Strong Pitching Powers Softball to Doubleheader Sweep over York College
    April 05, 2010
    Bridgewater’s (18-7) softball team broke out of its recent slump at the plate in a big way with 20 combined hits in a doubleheader sweep over the York College (24-6) Spartans at the BC Softball Field. Bridgewater won game one by a 7-4 score before winning the nightcap 4-0.
  • Softball Drops Twinbill with Virginia Wesleyan
    April 02, 2010
    In a Good Friday doubleheader at the BC Softball Field, the Bridgewater Eagles (16-7, 5-5 ODAC) offense was only able to manufacture one run in 14 innings as the Eagles dropped an ODAC twinbill to the Virginia Wesleyan Marlins (16-7, 7-5 ODAC) by 1-0 and 4-1 scores.
  • Softball Splits with Roanoke
    March 31, 2010
    After dropping the first half of a twinbill with the Roanoke Maroons (21-4, 5-3 ODAC) by a 5-3 score, the Bridgewater Eagles (16-5, 5-3 ODAC) unleashed a four-run explosion in the second inning of game two to earn a split in an ODAC softball showdown at the Moyer Complex in Salem, Va.
  • Softball Twinbill at Roanoke Changed to Wednesday
    March 29, 2010
    After a rainstorm cancelled the second half of Sunday’s softball doubleheader with Mary Washington and dumped over an inch of rain on the Shenandoah Valley, the scheduled Tuesday showdown between Bridgewater and Roanoke has been moved to Wednesday.
  • Softball Takes Game One from Mary Washington; Rain Cancels Game Two
    March 28, 2010
    Bridgewater (15-4) fell behind early before plating a run in every inning as the Eagles softball team defeated visiting Mary Washington by a 9-1 score in five innings. Game two was called after half of an inning due to rain.
  • Morris Earns ODAC Softball Player of the Week Honors
    March 22, 2010
    After hitting at a .632 clip on the week, junior Emily Morris was named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Player of the Week according to the conference office.
  • Softball Posts Doubleheader Sweep at Greensboro
    March 20, 2010
    Bridgewater used timely hitting to win game one while holding off a late Greensboro run in game two to earn a doubleheader sweep over The Pride in a road non-conference tilt. Bridgewater won game one by a 4-2 score, and held on for an 8-7 win in game two.
  • Offensive Outpouring Leads Softball to Doubleheader Sweep at EMU
    March 18, 2010
    In a crosstown clash with the Royals of Eastern Mennonite, the Bridgewater Eagles (12-4, 4-2 ODAC) offense blasted three balls out of the yard and pounded out 24 combined hits to sweep the Royals in softball action at Gehman Field. BC won game one by a 9-4 score before shutting EMU out in the nightcap by a 9-0 tally.
  • Softball Sweeps Randolph in Home Conference Opener; Morris Blast Two Homeruns
    March 17, 2010
    In the squad’s 2010 home ODAC opener, the Bridgewater Eagles offense came alive en route to a doubleheader sweep over the visiting Randolph WildCats. BC defeated Randolph by a 4-0 score in game one and took game two by an 11-3 tally in six innings.
  • Softball Drops Doubleheader at Guilford
    March 11, 2010
    Bridgewater College's softball team led the host Guilford Quakers (12-3-1, 2-0 ODAC) through three innings in both games but couldn't hold the Quakers off late as the squad dropped a twinbill in Greensboro. Bridgewater (8-4, 0-2 ODAC) lost game one 3-2 before falling in the nightcap by a 6-4 score.
  • Bridgewater Sweeps Gettysburg and Mount Aloysius to Wrap Up Snowbird Tournament
    March 10, 2010
    On the final day of play at the 2010 Snowbird Tournament, the Bridgewater Eagles softball team ran into its toughest tests of the week in Gettysburg and Mount Aloysius. Bridgewater was able to get by the two teams, defeating Gettysburg 3-0 and nipping Mount Aloysius 2-1.
  • Eagles Softball Remains Perfect at Snowbird Tournament
    March 09, 2010
    On day two of action at the Snowbird Tournament, the Bridgewater Eagles softball team remained hot with an 8-0 victory over SUNY-IT and an 11-0 win over Eastern Nazarene. Both games were called early due to the eight run rule in the fifth inning.
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