Eagles Eye: 11/14
The Eastern Michigan football team came beck from a 21 point deficit to become bowl eligible for the first time in 20 years on Election Night at Ball State. Redshirt junior Brogan Roback led the way for the Eagles with 468 passing yards and three touchdown passes while adding another on the ground.
EMU wrestling kicked off their season against Olivet College on Friday, Nov. 11. The Eagles shut-out Olivet with a decisive 42-0 win.
The Eastern Michigan men's basketball team fell to Pittsburgh in double overtime, 93-90 on Friday. The Eagles attempted to rebound but were out-shot by Southern Methodist University in a 91-64 loss.
The no 13 ranked women's cross country team has received an at-large bid for the NCAA Championships after their performance at the Great Lake Regional. The women finished fifth with 102 points at the regional which was an 100 points better then last years performance.
The no 25 ranked Eastern Michigan men's cross country team places fourth at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional. Senior Nick Raymond led the way for the Eagles as he was announced and NCAA Championships individual qualifier.
The EMU women's basketball team defeated Georgia State 69-59 in new head coach Fred Castros first game. The team fell to to Morehead State 78-73 the following day to end there time at the Donna Murphy Classic.
The women'se volleyball team came home to finish their regular season with a pair of home games, the first of which was a loss to In-state rival Central Michigan 3-2. The Eagles looked to rebound against Kent State on senior day, but it would fall 3-1 to end the season with an 8-21 record.
The men's cross country team traveled to Oakland University for a swimming dual. The team fell 160-140 as they fall to 1-2 on the season.
The women's cross country team defeated Oakland University on the road on Saturday. They defeated Oakland 193-104 in dominating fashion to be set at 4-0 on the year.