It was fair to wonder if Bridgewater College would ever get back to this level.
Bridgewater College completed an undefeated regular season and clinched the school's first conference championship in 14 years, meaning there is more football to be played for the area's Division III program. The Eagles, 10-0 and ranked No. 20 in the nation, will take on Delaware Valley (9-1), the champions of the Middle Atlantic Conference.
BRIDGEWATER — Even after securing an Old Dominion Athletic Conference title and NCAA Division III playoff berth in the penultimate regular-sea…
BRIDGEWATER — For at least five decades, Carlyle Whitelow missed only a handful of Bridgewater College football games.
BRIDGEWATER — Thirteen consecutive times Bridgewater College has stepped on the football field and thirteen times the Eagles have returned to …
BRIDGEWATER — Scott Lemn moved out of his cubicle inside the football wing of Nininger Hall, taking the conversation to an office where he cou…
The Old Dominion Athletic Conference was dotted with returning 1,000-yard rushers and record-setting running backs leading their respective programs.
The past four seasons, Old Dominion Athletic Conference opponents knew beating Shenandoah meant figuring out a way to at least slow down Hayden Bauserman.
BRIDGEWATER — Naysayers will have to dig a little deeper for reasons to knock Bridgewater College this week.
Saturday evening at Jopson Athletic Complex was a celebration for Bridgewater College, not just because the Eagles opened the season with an impressive 41-10 victory against Gettysburg, but also because the 2001 BC team that advanced all the way to the Division III national championship game was also in attendance.
It’s increasingly rare for anyone to stay at one job for a quarter century, let alone a college football coach in an industry where families mostly assume they may have to pack up and move any given winter.
FOREST —Randolph-Macon received eight first-place votes to grab the top spot, but Bridgewater College picked up the other first-place nod to f…
BRIDGEWATER — There’s nothing particularly profound about a football coach discussing the importance of coming out on top of the turnover margin.
Entering his 25th season as the head coach at Bridgewater College, and now the winningest active college football coach in Virginia, Michael Clark has seen enough to recognize what his Eagles have heading into their opener against Gettysburg on Sept. 7.
With the 2019 football season approaching, Bridgewater College football coach Michael Clark made a change to his bio on the Eagles website.