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EMU grapplers drop final duel to CMU

(03/01/15 10:57am)

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.For Eagles Jake Byers, Mike Curby and brothers Brandon and Collin Zeerip, this would be the final time they would be able to come out to be introduced as Eagles in front of their home crowd.












EMU downs Ball State in last road game of regular season

(03/04/15 7:43am)

The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team traveled to Muncie, Ind. and avenged an early season loss against Ball State by defeating the Cardinals 67-60 in their second matchup of the season.With the win, the Eagles finish the regular season 4-9 on the road, but EMU head coach Rob Murphy views this win as a big one moving forward, despite Ball State’s abysmal 2-15 conference record.“I thought tonight was a very good road win for us,” Murphy said.


Senior Spotlight: Mike Talley

(03/04/15 8:00am)

Senior spotlight: Mike Talley IIITalley will leave EMU at the end of the season reaching past the 1,000 point plateau for his collegiate career and brought plenty of experience to the Eagles in his two years playing for the green and white.Position: GuardAge: 22Major: Sports ManagementHometown: Detroit High School: Melvindale Academy of Business and TechnologyTalley transferred to EMU after two years at Duquesne.Talley transferred to EMU because he wanted to be closer to home.“Coach Murphy had some influence on my decision,” Talley said.


Basketball: Spring Break Roundup

(03/04/15 8:56am)

While Eastern Michigan University students took last week off, the men’s basketball team continued to work, but fell short by going 1-2 during the break. The Eagles began the mid-winter break with a 73-65 victory Feb. 21, on the road at Northern Illinois. Mike Talley scored a career high 25 points while Karrington Ward followed with 21 points. Both players also played all 40 minutes in the contest to help complete the season sweep over the Huskies.


Men's golf places eighth in California

(03/04/15 8:38am)

Eastern Michigan University’s men’s golf team placed 8-of-11 Tuesday at the Del Walker Intercollegiate Golf Classic in Long Beach, California, Tuesday.The University of California Irvine won the tournament with a total 838 stroke total, followed by Campbell University (847), Sacramento State (851), Long Beach State (851), Denver University (851), University of Denver (851), Wichita State (857), EMU (858), Fresno State (865), University of California Santa Barbara (874), and CSU-Northridge (888).Highlights for the Eagles included Junior Brett White’s round of one-over 71 and senior Michael Blair’s three round career-best stroke total of 215.Eastern Michigan Individual Results:Pl.




Student-athletes train to become active bystanders

(03/04/15 8:58am)

By the end of the 2015 Winter semester, all student athletes will complete education and training for Eastern Michigan University’s “Step Up, Stand Up: Be An Active Bystander” program.The Step Up Program was developed by Dr. Kay Woodiel, a professor of health education at EMU, and Dr. Melissa Rosenblum, a staff psychologist and coordinator of Outreach Programs for Counseling and Psychological Services at Snow Health Center in 2012 and is accessible to all students.