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The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team found itself in its third overtime game of the season, this time having to go into double-overtime against the Western Michigan University Broncos Saturday afternoon in Ypsilanti. The Eagles were able to hang on 70-66.
Despite an 18-3 run to start the game, the Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team couldn’t hold off a second half rally by The State University of New York at Buffalo and fell 80-70.
Despite a hard fought fourth quarter, the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team suffered it's third straight loss to the Central Michigan Chippewas, 66-65, Wednesday night in Ypsilanti, Mich.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team snapped its five game losing streak on Tuesday with a decisive 94- 69 victory over Miami University.
The troubles for the Eastern Michigan men's basketball team continued Saturday as they lost to the Western Michigan University Broncos, 94-86, in Kalamazoo.
A second half scoring drought for the Eagles gave the Eastern Michigan University women's basketball team its second loss in the span of a week, this time to Akron University in a Mid-American Conference match-up, by a score of 75-72 on Saturday afternoon in Akron, Ohio.
Coming off the controversial loss to Ball State University, the Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team would lose its fourth straight game to the Kent State University Golden Flashes, 73-58, in Kent, OH.
The Mid-American Conference gave its resolution to the Eastern Michigan-Ball State double overtime ending Sunday afternoon by suspending two of the three referees involved for two games and banning them from MAC post-season play.
EMU-BSU Officials Suspended by MAC after Controversial Finish
Eastern Michigan University was on the receiving end of refereeing that some saw as questionable as it lost its third straight Mid-American Conference meeting.
Janay Morton’s hot shooting early and defensive effort helped the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team defeat the University of Toledo Rockets, 59-41, Saturday afternoon in Ypsilanti, Mich.
The Harlem Globetrotters took to the court to showcase their skills Friday at the Convocation Center. But what most people didn’t know was that there was an Eastern Michigan Eagle soaring amongst the crowd.
The struggles for Eastern Michigan leading scorer Cha Sweeney continued Wednesday night as she was held to only two points as the Eagles suffered their third loss in the Mid-American Conference to the Ball State University Cardinals, 76-54, in Muncie, Ind.
The Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team has now dropped back-to-back losses as Akron’s hot shooting gave the Eagles a 92-88 loss Tuesday night in Akron, OH.
Cha Sweeney came into today's game averaging 20 points a game – third in the Mid-American Conference but, today, was held scoreless.
Although the Eastern Michigan Eagles rallied from being down 20 points to tie the game late in the second half, a Raven Lee three-point shot fell short in their final possession as they lost to the Bowling Green State University Falcons 84-79 Saturday night.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team struggled offensively and lost to the Ohio University Bobcats by a score of 71-64 in an early Mid-American Conference meeting on Wednesday night in Ypsilanti, MI.
Coming off of a loss to Northern Illinois, the Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team stepped up defensively to beat the University of Buffalo. The Eagles held Buffalo to just 24 percent from the three point line and scored 28 points off of turnovers in the 81-69 victory.
Despite 23 points from James Thompson, the Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team fell to Northern Illinois University, 80-63, Saturday night in DeKalb, Ill.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team came back from a nine point deficit in the second half to win in overtime 87-80 on Saturday night in Dekalb, Ill.