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Bluefield College baseball sweeps Johnson University

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After being swept over the weekend against Tennessee Wesleyan, the Bluefield College baseball returned home to Bowen Field and picked up a Tuesday doubleheader sweep over Johnson University. The Rams took game one 2-1 and game two 15-7. The Rams improve to 19-12 on the year. Next up, they are back at home on Friday against Montreat College. 

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