Roundup: Soccer draw final home game, 1-1

Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer played its final home game of the season at Scicluna Field Sunday, finishing with a 1-1 draw against Western Michigan.

The Eagles and goalie Monique Budani were out shot by a three-to-one margin, but Budani was able to keep the Broncos from getting the go-ahead goal.

Paige Sheridan put her eighth goal of the season in to help the Eagles jump out to a 1-0 lead in the 15th minute.
Sunday was the final home game for seniors Paige Sheridan, Monique Budani, Maggie Christensen and Stephanie Janssens.
The Eagles and Ball State Cardinals will meet up at 3 p.m. Friday.

EMU quarterback Alex Gillet’s record-setting performance for most rushes, and most net rushing yards (189), along with his three touchdown passes made him an obvious choice for Mid-American Conference player of the week, chosen by

Gillet along with tight ends Ben Thayer and Garret Hoskins all received national honors from
Women’s golf finished sixth at the Mid-American conference on Oct. 19. The girls finished the two-day tournament with a team score of 650, 26 behind tournament winner Western Michigan that scored a 624.

Darby Peters led two-day totals shooting a (76-80) 156 for the Eagles, and finished in a tie for seventh place overall. Robyn Scott also broke the top-20 shooting a (75-85) 162.

Other Individual results:
Sarah Johnson 81-84—165, Meredith Fairbairn 86-83—167, Alyssa Kwon 90-83—173, Usanee Laopattananot 84-83—167, Corey Crossan 86-85—171.

Men’s golf finished fifth at the Georgetown Intercollegiate behind a strong performance by Zach MacDougall’s 13th place finish. MacDougall scored a 215. Also cracking the top 20 was Nick Carbary, who took just two more strokes than MacDougall for 19th.

The Campbell Fighting Camels took home first putting together an 847 (284-275-288). The Eagles finished fifth with an 866 (294-273-299).

Other Individual results:
Jared Dalga 76-72-20—218, Brian Churchill-Smith 73-67-80—220, Adam Windwood 74,75,81—230.

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