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Bridgewater Eagles

Bridgewater Eagles
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UniversityBridgewater College
ConferenceOld Dominion Athletic Conference
NCAADivision III
Athletic directorCurt Kendall
LocationBridgewater, Virginia
Varsity teams21
Football stadiumJopson Athletic Complex
Basketball arenaNininger Hall
Baseball stadiumJopson Athletic Complex
NicknameEagles
ColorsCrimson and Gold
         
Websitewww.bridgewatereagles.com
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The Bridgewater Eagles are the athletic teams that represent Bridgewater College, located in Bridgewater, Virginia, in NCAA Division III intercollegiate sports. The Eagles compete as members of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Altogether, Bridgewater sponsors 21 sports: 9 for men and 11 for women plus a co-ed equestrian program.

Varsity teams

List of teams

Individual teams

Baseball

In 2014, the Bridgewater College baseball team won the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) tournament and finished the season in the NCAA Division III South Regional Championship. The Eagles lost to Emory University, the eventual College World Series Runner-Up. This was the first ever South Regional title appearance for the Eagles as they finished in the Sweet Sixteen and were ranked in the Top 25 in both d3baseball.com and NACBA Top 30 final polls.

Equestrian

The equestrian team has consistently been one of the top teams in the Zone 4 Region 2 of the IHSA, winning the title in 2006 and 2011,[1] and also winning the ODAC championship in 2007 and 2009.[2] In 2011, Bridgewater's first ever trip to the IHSA National Show resulted in a tie for fifth place in the team standings with the University of Kentucky.[3] Bridgewater riders finished in the Top 10 in seven of the eight classes. The top six finishers in each class scored points for their team.

Football

In 2001, the Bridgewater College football team finished the season as national runner-up after a 30-27 loss to Mount Union in the Stagg Bowl NCAA Division III National Football Championship.[4]

Year Round Opponent Result
2000 First Round
Second Round
Washington & Jefferson
Trinity (TX)
W 49–42
L 41–47 (OT)
2001 Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Championship
Trinity (TX)
Widener
Rowan
Mount Union
W 41–37
W 57–32
W 29–24
L 27–30
2002 First Round
Second Round
King's (PA)
Trinity (TX)
W 19–17
L 32–38
2003 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Waynesburg
Christopher Newport
Lycoming
Mount Union
W 28–14
W 26–3
W 13–9
L 0–66
2004 First Round Washington & Jefferson L 48–55 (2OT)
2005 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Washington & Jefferson
Thiel
Wesley
W 30–21
W 24–13
L 7–46
Playoff Record 10–6

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