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Oct 29, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
0
Eastern Mennonite
7
at Lynchburg
Box Score | Recap | Photos
Oct 26, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
0
Eastern Mennonite
3
at Randolph-Macon
Preview | Box Score | Recap
Oct 24, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
0
Eastern Mennonite
2
at Virginia Wesleyan
Video | Box Score | Recap
Oct 20, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
5
Shenandoah
0
at Eastern Mennonite
Video | Box Score | Recap | Photos
Oct 17, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
2
Bethany (WV)
3
at Eastern Mennonite
Video | Box Score | Recap
Oct 13, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
4
Roanoke
1
at Eastern Mennonite
Video | Box Score | Recap
Oct 10, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
4
Washington and Lee
0
at Eastern Mennonite
EMU Homecoming Weekend - Senior Recognition Game
Video | Box Score | Recap | Photos
Oct 7, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
11
Mary Washington
0
at Eastern Mennonite
Video | Box Score | Recap
Sep 30, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
0
Eastern Mennonite
5
at Bridgewater
Video | Box Score | Recap
Sep 26, 2015 Final
Field Hockey
10
St. Mary's (Md.)
1
at Eastern Mennonite
Box Score | Recap | Photos

Team Conf All
Lynchburg 6-1 15-4
Washington and Lee 6-1 11-7
Shenandoah 5-2 11-7
Bridgewater 5-2 13-9
Roanoke 2-5 11-7
Randolph-Macon 2-5 10-8
Virginia Wesleyan 2-5 6-14
Sweet Briar 0-0 0-9
Eastern Mennonite 0-7 3-14
MORE STORIES
ODAC-Leading Shenandoah Stops Royals, 5-0 Despite showing the momentum from Saturday’s 3-2 win over Bethany, the field hockey women couldn’t get around the ODAC’s first place team Tuesday night, as Shenandoah took a 5-0 decision in Harrisonburg. (Oct 20, 2015) [more]
Women Never Trail In Exciting 3-2 Win Over Bethany The Royals were opportunistic with their offense on Saturday, earning a hard-fought 3-2 win over Bethany (W.V.) in Harrisonburg. Despite being out-shot on the day, the field hockey women never trailed as they broke a five-game losing skid with the non-conference victory. (Oct 17, 2015) [more]
Roanoke Knocks Off EMU In Harrisonburg Despite ending a scoreless streak, the field hockey women lost an ODAC battle at home Tuesday night, falling 4-1 to Roanoke College. The Royals stopped a three-game scoring drought with their second-half goal, and will look to take the momentum from their improved play into this Saturday’s home date with Bethany. (Oct 13, 2015) [more]
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