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The Eastern Michigan Women’s volleyball continues their journey through the Mid-American Conference as they compete in their home opener against Central Michigan University and its second game of a four game homes stand against Ohio University, defeating the Chippewa’s on Oct. 1st, in a 3-1 set but falling to the Bobcat’s 3-0 on Oct. 3rd.
Senior Stacey Perinar in action against Ohio University on Saturday, Oct. 3.
It hasn’t been the prettiest season for the Eastern Michigan football team but its 44-22 loss to Louisiana State University taught us a lot about the potential future of the program. Here are five things to take away from Saturday evening’s game.
Eastern Michigan's Madison Hirsch heads a ball toward goal against the University of Buffalo in Friday's 1-0 defeat.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team took a hard defeat on Friday afternoon when the University of Buffalo came to town and defeated the Eagles 1-0 on a cold, windy day at Scicluna Field.
The Eastern Michigan defense is going to have its hands full this weekend when the Eagles take a trip down to Louisiana State University to play the ninth ranked Louisiana State University Tigers and its stellar Heisman Trophy candidate running back, Leonard Fournette.
Tigers Rag: Eastern Michigan will take on Les Miles, and his Louisiana State Tigers this weekend. Miles enters his 11th season as the coach at LSU and is off to a 3-0 start to the season, ranking ninth in the nation.
The Mid-American Conference began to fall in action over the weekend of Sept. 25-26, as the Eastern Michigan Women’s Volleyball team faced its first conference match ups against Western Michigan University and Northern Illinois University.
Weekly press conference with Eastern Michigan head coach Chris Creighton, offensive coordinator Kalen DeBoer and defensive coordinator Brad McCaslin. Final thoughts on Army game and a look forward to LSU this Saturday.
The Eastern Michigan women’s cross country team placed sixth in the Virginia Invitational this past Saturday. The Eagles had seven runners crossing the line before the 20 minute mark, including four runners in the top 50. They finished sixth among 15 teams, finishing with 184 points
The Eastern Michigan University women’s soccer team hosted the University of Miami-Ohio Redhawks in a Mid-American Conference match-up on Sunday, in which the Eagles fell 1-0 to a set-piece goal in the team’s second game at Scicluna Field.
Eastern Michigan has lost two football games this season despite holding double-digit leads in both. The Eagles attempted their own comeback Saturday, getting to within a 36-30 deficit at the end of the third quarter, but fell well short, losing to Army West Point 58-36.
Football will be the only thing on tap moving forward at Rynearson Stadium, unlike last week when Eastern Michigan University piloted a beer-selling program.
Take a closer look at the next person who zooms past you on rollerblades. They could be a “Dirty Bird.”
After heading into their fourth tournament of season, the Eastern Michigan’s women’s volleyball team traveled to Dayton, Ohio to participate in the Flyer Invitational tournament from the weekend of Sept. 18-19.
Eastern Michigan coach’s Monday press conference covering Saturday’s 28-17 loss to Ball State and preparation for Army West Point this Saturday. Featuring EMU head coach Chris Creighton, offensive coordinator Kalen DeBoer and defensive coordinator Brad McCaslin.
Ball State University dominated and outsmarted Eastern Michigan University in just about every aspect of the game after the first quarter. They especially dominated on offense by simply running the ball against the less than par rush defense of the Eagles.
Following its 28-17 loss to Ball State University, the Echo graded how the offense, defense and special teams did in the Eagles Mid-American Conference opener.
For the first time ever, athletics staff sold alcoholic beverages at an Eastern Michigan University athletic event. During the football game, Saturday, in a sectioned-off patio area of Rynearson Stadium, 16-ounce craft beers were sold for seven dollars in an alcohol-selling pilot program.