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Eastern Michigan University’s men’s track and field team competed in its last day of competition for the NCAA East Regionals on Saturday, May 31. At the end of the day, the Green and White had seven athletes who notched qualifying marks over three days for the NCAA Championship.
Eastern Michigan University announced Tuesday that rowing coach Brad Holdren would not be returning for the 2014-15 season.
The Eastern Michigan University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics had another record-setting season with the Green and White finishing near the top in the battle for the Mid-American Conference all-sports championships.
The Eastern Michigan University athletic department announced Wednesday that baseball coach Jay Alexander would not be renewed for a seventh season.
Detroit Tigers backup shortstop Danny Worth pitched the ninth inning in two different blowout losses this week and manager Brad Ausmus, as well as the team’s front office might now have a decision to make about the infielder’s future.
The Detroit Tigers are having a bad week, but I wouldn’t push the panic button just yet – first year manager Brad Ausmus is doing just fine.
Eastern Michigan University announced Tuesday that Derek DelPorto resigned from the position of head coach of the men’s wrestling team. DelPorto served as the head coach of the squad for eight seasons.
Eastern Michigan University’s men’s track and field team emerged victorious over the weekend in the Mid-American Conference Outdoor Track and Field championships, earning its 22nd MAC Championship title in program history.
The Eastern Michigan University baseball team concluded its season on a positive note on Saturday with a 5-2 victory over the University of Toledo in 10 innings.
Eastern Michigan University’s longtime Athletics Administrator Dr. Melody Reifel Werner has announced she will retire at the end of June. Werner has acted as director for Eastern’s Department of Athletics for 18 years. Reifel Werner, who recently celebrated her 57th birthday, believes the timing is right to conclude her successful career in athletic administration.
On May 11, in the final game of Mid-American Conference play at Oestrike Stadium for the 2014 campaign, the Eastern Michigan University men’s baseball team suffered a 15-1 loss to Central Michigan University. The Eagles (17-33, 4-20 MAC) took an early 1-0 lead before the Chippewas (32-20, 17-7) rattled off 15 consecutive runs.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in a few events at the Toledo Invitational in Toledo, Ohio on Friday, May 9. The Eagles had a strong showing at the event as many of the Green and White recorded personal-bests or came within close range of their record marks in the week before the 2014 Mid-American Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
The Eastern Michigan University baseball team finished off its wild eight-games-in-ten-day stretch with a loss to Western Michigan University (18-24).
Eastern Michigan University’s men’s golf team smashed their way into a sixth place finish at the Rutherford Invitational in University Park, PA. The Eagles were looking to improve after finishing in last place at the Kepler Intercollegiate tournament last weekend before they head to the MAC Championship in Carmel, Ind. The Eagles shot 881 as a team on the par 71, 7,202-yard Penn State University Blue Course, April 19-20.
The Eastern Michigan University baseball team (14-24, 2-13 Mid-American Conference) had a rough week at Oestrike Stadium, playing the University of Miami (18-20) in a three-game series and losing all three games, before picking up a win against Hillsdale University (13-27).
Women’s Track & Field
The National Collegiate Athletic Association Legislative Council approved a few new “well-being rules” on April 15 that can be made final when the Division I Board of Directors meets Thursday.
The school year is quickly winding down and with it ends an eventful year for Eastern Michigan University’s athletic teams. As part of my weekly appearances on E-TV’s Eagles Sports Update, I share my “Eagle of the Week” – a player or coach who stands out to me for their performances in the week leading up to the show.
The Eastern Michigan University (13-21 overall, 2-10 Mid-American Conference) baseball team wrapped up a five-game stretch with a 4-3 win in 10 innings over the University of Michigan on Wednesday.
Former Eastern Michigan University guard Darell Combs committed to Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis on April 16.