Senior spotlight: Mike Talley III
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Senior spotlight: Mike Talley III
The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team traveled to Muncie, Ind., Tuesday and avenged an early season loss against Ball State by defeating the Cardinals 67-60 in their second matchup of the season.
While the rest of us were enjoying warm beaches or Netflix marathons, our lady Eagles were working hard on the court home and away. After a loss to University of Toledo and two wins over Ball State and Northern Illinois University, Eastern’s Women’s Basketball team finished up the break standing at 16-11, 8-7 in the MAC.
Eastern Michigan University’s women’s swim and dive team placed second at the Mid-American Conference championship tournament Saturday. The tournament lasted four days and was EMU’s best showing since the 2006-07 season when they won the MAC championship.
On senior night, Feb. 20, at the EMU Convocation Center Friday night, Eastern Michigan University’s wrestling team dropped their final dual meet of the year by a score of 24-12 to Mid-American Conference foe Central Michigan University.
Eastern Michigan University baseball team lost to the Santa Clara Broncos 5-3 Saturday, Feb. 28. The Broncos had a 5-0 lead all the way into the ninth inning until EMU’s Michael Mioduszewski hit a three-run triple in the final inning still leaving them down two runs at the end of the game.
Eastern Michigan Women’s golf team finished fourth at the Red Rocks Invitational in Sedona, Arizona. Freshman Thelma Beck led the team and tied for third overall with a two day total of 146. This is the first time Beck has finished in the top 5.
As the regular season for the Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team draws to a close, there is no better time to give one last spotlight to the four seniors currently on the team. Over the next two weeks, the Echo will provide a profile of each of the seniors. We begin with the 6-foot-7-inch Karrington Ward.
As spring workouts begin for Eastern Michigan University’s football team, head coach Chris Creighton and his team can now start the process of game-planning officially with the schedule released for the upcoming season.
The Eastern Michigan Eagles gymnastics team has a packed Mid-American Conference schedule for this weekend as they travel to Kalamazoo Friday night to take on the Broncos of Western Michigan and then return home for a senior day meet against Ball State.
For only the second time this season, Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team lost at home, falling to the University of Buffalo 78-63.
The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association named both Eastern Michigan University’s men’s and women’s cross country teams to the division I All-Academic Team list Wednesday, Feb. 11.
Earning Player of the Week honors is a sign of basketball forward Karrington Ward’s improved health, and Eastern Michigan University will need him as the stretch run of the season with the Mid-Atlantic Conference tournament not far away.
With five meets left for the Eastern Michigan gymnastics team before the Mid-American Championship, the Eagles are currently deadlocked with the Central Michigan Chippewas for first place in the MAC.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s track and field team sent two groups of athletes to two different meets this weekend, one group at the GVSU Big Meet and the other in Geneva, Ohio at the SPIRE Invitational.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s track and field team split the weekend at two meets, with a group heading to the GVSU Big Meet and another group of sprinters heading to the SPIRE Invitational.
The Eastern Michigan University softball team (0-4) suffered two back-to-back losses Saturday during the second day of Texas A&M Tournament play.
Eastern Michigan University’s baseball team opened the 2015 season with a pair of losses in the desert. Following a 7-3 opening day loss to the University of Arizona, the Eagles continued to struggle as they fell to the Wildcats a second time, 16-3.
The Eastern Eagles (12-10, 5-6 MAC) rolled over the Central Michigan University Chippewas (11-12, 6-6 MAC) Saturday, beating the visiting conference team 85-64. This 21-point victory marks the largest win all season for the Eagles.
Both Eastern Michigan University’s men’s and women’s swim teams began competition at the Ohio State Winter Invitational on Saturday.