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The Eastern Michigan athletics program has seen some ups and downs in the last year, which includes a MAC Tournament title by the women’s volleyball team, an appearance in the Camellia Bowl for the football team, and a court ruling that forced EMU to reinstate the softball and women’s tennis teams.
Football defeated the Bowling Green Falcons 28-25 on
Saturday night to kick off Mid-American Conference play. The Eagles have now
won three in a row.
The Eastern Echo received a copy of a 2014 and 2015 athletic budget from an anonymous source inside the Eastern Michigan University Student Government.
The Eastern Michigan University tennis team dropped its second straight match Saturday to Ball State University, 4-3 on Senior Day.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team had three athletes represent the round of 32 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Midwest Regional at the University of Michigan this past weekend.
This past weekend, the Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team traveled to Bloomington, Ind. to take part in the Hoosier Classic, while senior Nino Mebuke and sophomore Klara Supejova competed at the ITA All-American Championships in Los Angeles, Calif.
On Sunday, Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis pair of senior Nino Mebuke and sophomore Klara Supejova took the doubles title at the Gopher Invitational hosted by the University of Minnesota.
Klara Supejova has traveled more than 4,000 miles and crossed the Atlantic Ocean to play tennis for Eastern Michigan University.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team split its final regular season matches this past weekend. The Eagles fell at home to the University of New York at Buffalo Bulls (3-4) on Friday, but gained the upper hand over the University of Akron Zips, the two-time defending Mid-American Conference tournament champions, (4-3) on Saturday.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team won its second consecutive meet, when it defeated the Northern Illinois University Huskies 6-1 on Saturday.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team premiered its new home courts at the Claudia Wasik Tennis Complex March 30.
The Eastern Michigan University tennis team started its double-header against the Dayton Flyers Saturday at the Chippewa Club. Eastern defeated its visitors from Ohio in the first match, as well as the Oakland University Golden Grizzlies from Rochester, Mich., in the second match—both by 7-0 margins.
February is almost over, winter is showing signs of ending and March Madness is just around the corner. If you don’t like basketball, there are other sports to see here at Eastern Michigan University.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team kicked off the weekend with a win against the University of Detroit Mercy at the Chippewa Club Friday. As a result, EMU improves to 3-4 this season.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team started their regular season on the right foot, taking down the University of Nebraska-Kearney Lopers in a 7-0 shutout Friday. The meet took place inside the Nebraska Tennis Center in Lincoln, Neb.
All matches were won in two straight sets.
Fresh off of two impressive showings to start the season, the Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team heads to Colorado Springs for the Air Force Invitational Oct. 5-7.
After their impressive performance at the Gopher Invitational earlier this month, the Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team will go to Miami, Fla. to participate in the Florida International University Panther Tournament. The Eagles will compete against FIU, University of South Alabama and Barry University Sept. 28-30 at the tournament.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team played very well the first two days of the Gopher Invitational in Minneapolis.
As they begin the fall tournaments, the Eastern Michigan University women’s tennis team is looking to find success with a very young team.
The Eastern Michigan tennis team competed twice in Chicago this weekend, losing both matches to University of Illinois-Chicago on Friday and DePaul University on Saturday.