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Mace To Resign From Royals’ Baseball Post

Eastern Mennonite University has announced the resignation of head baseball coach Mark Mace, effective at the end of July. Mace led the Royals for six seasons but will step down as he starts work on a graduate degree. Mace inherited a small roster when he took over the EMU baseball program before the 2006 season and has built the roster sizes and win totals during his tenure. After ...More

EMU junior Beau Banglesdorf

Baseball Royals Upset No. 1 Shenandoah

The Royals baseball squad found a big way to snap a five-game losing streak Friday, knocking off undefeated and No. 1 Shenandoah in Harrisonburg by a 4-3 score. Eastern Mennonite scored four runs during a two-out rally in the seventh and limited the Hornets to just four hits in the upset. Earlier in the week the Hornets moved into ...More

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Royals Sweep Doubleheader From Greensboro For First Baseball Wins

The Eastern Mennonite University baseball men picked up their first win Saturday afternoon, and then kept on rolling and took a sweep from host Greensboro College. The Royals allowed only three runs in each of the seven inning games while plating 16 of their own. EMU 11, Greensboro 3 Box Score Jake Norman (Fredericksburg, Va ...More


Baseball Royals Tabbed For Eighth In ODAC Preseason Poll

The Eastern Mennonite baseball team has been picked to finish eighth in the 2011 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Preseason Poll. The Royals finished in seventh place last season and return a strong core of players, including 2010 ODAC batting champ Dylan Smith (Sterling, Va./Park View). EMU closed with an 11-17 mark last year includ ...More

Player of the Week: Yuki Onodora

Chase Yutzy, Weather Vane student newspaper First-year Yuki Onodora (Photo by Chelsie Gordon) The distance between Ebetusu, Japan and Harrisonburg, Virginia is roughly 10,000 miles. First-year Yuki Onodora is worlds away from wh ...More