The 2013 season turned out to be another solid campaign for the Bridgewater women’s soccer program as the Eagles posted their fifth straight winning season with an 11-8-1 record and reached the conference tournament semifinals.
Bridgewater College made its first trip to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championship Game a year ago. The Eagles will have the opportunity to make a return trip this season if they can get by Washington and Lee in a semifinal contest Tuesday afternoon.
Bridgewater College outlasted Virginia Wesleyan in a defensive struggle Saturday afternoon when Anna Theisen netted the game’s only goal in the closing minutes for a 1-0 victory in the conference tournament quarterfinals.
Saturday's women's soccer showdown with Roanoke was much bigger than just a soccer game. The Bridgewater Eagles women's soccer team used the game as an opportunity to help a local youngster battling leukemia.
Bridgewater College punched in a late goal Sunday afternoon to tie its women’s soccer contest against Roanoke and the two teams then battled through two scoreless overtime periods as the game ended in a 2-2 draw.
The Bridgewater College women’s soccer team will play its annual “Pink Game” on Oct. 20 when the Eagles host Roanoke College. This year’s game will be played in support of local youngster Sam Whetzel who earlier this year was diagnosed with leukemia.
Shenandoah University got on the board in the first seven minutes of play Wednesday afternoon and the one goal turned out to be enough as the Hornets blanked Bridgewater College, 1-0, in a key women's soccer conference matchup.