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Men's basketball falls against Canisius, 71-51

(11/21/10 5:52pm)

Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball was handed its second loss in three games when it fell 71-51 to the Canisius Golden Griffins on Saturday at Buffalo. Brandon Bowdry led the Eagles in scoring with 13 and tied for the lead in rebounds (6). Newcomer Darrell Lampley also made it to double-digit scoring with 10 points and had five rebounds. T.

Commentary: Tigers already busy, recruiting Martinez, adding offensive skill

(11/28/10 5:38pm)

Tired of baseball? Ready to take a nice long break before easing into the Hot Stove league? The Tigers sure aren’t. Having already signed right-handed setup man Joaquin Benoit to a three-year deal worth $16.5 million last week, they continued to throw their financial weight around coming to an agreement with former Red Sox and Indians catcher Victor J. Martinez for four years and $50 million.

Swimming and diving men win, women second

(12/05/10 7:10pm)

The Eastern Michigan University men’s swimming and diving team won its 13th straight EMU Invitational this weekend, scoring 1171.5 points, out scoring eight other teams over a span of two days. Eagles sophomore Jacob Hanson took two first-place finishes, including his top finish in the 400 IM where he clocked in 3:57.24. Michael Swain and Troy Esentan were not far behind, finishing in second and third in the 400 IM to complete a 1-2-3 sweep. EMU would accomplish the same feat in the 200 freestyle, when August Everson finished first (1:42.73), followed by Matt Zavislak in second and Gilles in third. Jeffery Craig broke a meet record scoring 392.85 points, finishing on top of the leader board. Justin Griggs won the 100 butterfly with a time of 49.6, as well as taking second place in the 100 backstroke. The team has a long break before heading to Miami to welcome the new year and take part in the Florida International University Invitational on Jan.

Lions could have good 2011 season

(12/08/10 8:21pm)

Last Sunday the Detroit Lions lost to the Chicago Bears 24-20 in a game we have all seen many times before. The Lions came out playing extremely hard in the first half controlling the game with their stout defensive line. Even with Kyle Vanden Boesch out and rookie of the century Ndamukong Suh drawing double and triple teams on every play (not to mention more than a few uncalled holds).