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Apr 19, 2014 Final
Baseball
3
Eastern Mennonite
1
at Roanoke
Box Score | Recap
Apr 19, 2014 Final
Baseball
6
Eastern Mennonite
10
at Roanoke
Box Score | Recap
Apr 18, 2014 Final
Baseball
5
Bridgewater
9
at Eastern Mennonite
Box Score | Recap | Video | Photos
Apr 16, 2014 Final
Baseball
7
Southern Virginia
9
at Eastern Mennonite
Box Score | Recap | Photos
Apr 12, 2014 Final
Baseball
8
Virginia Wesleyan
18
at Eastern Mennonite
Box Score | Recap | Video | Photos
Apr 12, 2014 Final
Baseball
6
Virginia Wesleyan
3
at Eastern Mennonite
Senior Recognition Game
Box Score | Recap | Video | Photos
Apr 10, 2014 Final
Baseball
9
Eastern Mennonite
5
at Southern Virginia
Box Score | Recap
Apr 9, 2014 Final
Baseball
4
Eastern Mennonite
8
at Bridgewater
Box Score | Recap | Video
Apr 5, 2014 Final
Baseball
1
Eastern Mennonite
3
at Guilford
Box Score | Recap
Apr 5, 2014 Final - 10 innings
Baseball
15
Eastern Mennonite
5
at Guilford
Box Score | Recap

Team Conf All
Shenandoah 17-3 28-7
Randolph-Macon 14-6 21-13
Bridgewater 13-7 26-11
Washington and Lee 10-8 17-10
Hampden-Sydney 10-10 26-13
Lynchburg 9-10 22-11
Guilford 9-11 19-20
Virginia Wesleyan 7-11 13-21
Roanoke 7-12 16-17
Eastern Mennonite 6-14 20-19
Emory & Henry 5-15 9-27
MORE STORIES
EMU Baseball Gives Up Lead Late To Bridgewater All it took was one inning for Eastern Mennonite’s great effort to turn into a loss Wednesday afternoon. Bridgewater College scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh to get in front of the Royals, as EMU was saddled with a loss despite giving the second-place Eagles all they could handle. (Apr 9, 2014) [more]
Royals Equal Last Year's Win Total With Thumping Of Guilford EMU’s baseball men scored 16 runs in Saturday’s ODAC doubleheader at Guilford, but had to settle for a split as only one of them came in the nightcap. The Royals improve to 15-16 overall, equaling their win total from last spring, which is also the most victories for the program since 2002. (Apr 5, 2014) [more]
Five-Run Inning Dooms Royals On The Road It was a homecoming of sorts for the EMU baseball team Wednesday afternoon, playing a road game at the Apprentice School at War Memorial Stadium in Hampton, Va., as six of Royals’ nine starting position players for the game hail from the Hampton Roads area. The host Builders enjoyed the home field advantage, however, using a five-run fourth inning to grab a 7-3 decision. (Apr 2, 2014) [more]
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