Bridgewater College placed six student-athletes on the VaSID All-State College Division Academic Team released Monday. Selected to the team were Amber Celen (Track and Field), Christina Herbert (Women’s Golf), Briana Moore (Women’s Basketball), Blake Mann (Men’s Lacrosse), Brett Jones (Baseball) and Ocean Armstrong (Men’s Golf).
The new May term at Bridgewater College paid dividends for Eagles’ basketball player Helen Counts. Counts, a political science major, travelled to South Africa during May term for a class titled the “Politics of Social Change.”
Randolph-Macon turned back a strong Bridgewater challenge in the third quarter to defeat Bridgewater College, 76-58, in the quarterfinals of the ODAC women's basketball tournament Thursday at the Salem Civic Center.
Bridgewater College scored the first 10 points of the game Monday night and never looked back as the Eagles defeated Roanoke College, 86-68, in the first round of the ODAC Women’s Basketball Tournament.
Briana Moore and Rebecca Harvey both posted double-doubles Saturday to lead the Bridgewater College Eagles to a 63-37 victory over Hollins in ODAC action. The win snapped a four-game Eagles' losing streak.
After Bridgewater grabbed the lead early in the fourth quarter, Guilford used a 17-7 run to take a nine-point lead and the Quakers held on down the stretch for a 79-74 victory Saturday afternoon at Nininger Hall.
Shenandoah opened up a 14-point lead early in the fourth quarter and Bridgewater was unable to recover as the Hornets held on for a 67-62 victory in the first women's game play at the new Wilkins Athletics and Events Center.
Bridgewater College outscored Randolph College 22-13 in the second period to take a 15-point halftime lead and the Eagles coasted the rest of the way to a 79-49 victory Wednesday evening in ODAC women's basketball action.