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Tavelyn James, left, and Cassie Schrock, receiving awards after the Eagles loss Saturday.
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BGSU’s Jen Uhl, front, watches as Eastern Michigan fights over the ball on the floor with the Falcons in what both teams’ coaches called a very physical game.
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Sydney Huntley passes the ball on an offensive possession for the Eagles in their loss in the MAC championship game.
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Paige Redditt, left, and Sydney Huntley walk off the court as the Falcons celebrate their victory after the clock ran out in the second half.
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The Eagles’ bench frustrated after with a foul that was called on their team in the second half.
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EMU President Susan Martin, center, and other Eagles fans look on as BGSU celebrates its win.
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Tavelyn James, No. 24, and the Eastern Michigan women’s basketball team look on as BGSU celebrates its MAC Championship win Saturday in Cleveland.
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Paige Redditt, 32, fights her way inside the paint to get open on an Eagles possession.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team lost in its second appearance in the MAC championship in school history, 51-46, Saturday to Bowling Green State.
Published March 12, 2011
Solutions by The State News