EMU's softball women split another conference doubleheader on Wednesday. The Royals fell to host Bridgewater College after nine innings of play in game one before earning a walk-off decision in the nightcap. The Royals stand at 19-15 overall and 7-11 in ODAC play.
EMU’s baseball men dropped both ends of a doubleheader at No. 6 Randolph-Macon Saturday in Ashland, Va. The Royals had a hard time slowing down R-MC, who extended their winning streak to 10 games and extended their lead in the ODAC standings to two games.
Royals Take Advantage Of Great WeatherFinally, it's starting to feel like spring.EMU's track & field teams changed up their schedule this weekend, sending their full crew to Bridgewater on Friday for the Doc Jopson Invitational. Aside from a little bit of a wind, the Royals had fantastic weather for the meet.
With a rain event looming on Sunday, Eastern Mennonite University and Guilford College have postponed their ODAC softball doubleheader. The games will be pushed back one day, and are now set for Monday with a 3:00pm start, still in Greensboro, N.C.
The EMU men’s volleyball team is well represented on the All-Continental Volleyball Conference teams, with four Royals earning recognition. Additionally, senior Micah Buller claimed a major award as the CVC’s Libero of the Year.
For the second straight year, EMU’s volleyball men have opened the CVC Tournament with a bang, earning a gritty upset on an opponent’s home court. Tuesday night, it was a five-set win over rival Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pa.
The softball women banged out 31 hits in a doubleheader sweep on Tuesday afternoon, as they hosted Shenandoah University in the last home games of the season. The Royals improve to 17-11 (5-7 ODAC) on the year.
Starting the ODAC season with a run through the gauntlet of the league’s top teams is paying off for EMU’s softball women. The battle-hardened Royals swept an ODAC doubleheader on the road Friday, taking two wins from an upstart Randolph College squad.
The EMU softball women dropped an ODAC doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon in Harrisonburg against No. 7 Randolph-Macon. The Royals, now 13-9 overall and 1-5 in the conference, play at Randolph College on Saturday afternoon.