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During the upcoming Nov. 10 football game against Central Michigan University, the Shelter Association of Washtenaw County is teaming up with Eastern Michigan University’s football team in a text-to-donate program, which will allow free entry into the game.
By texting “HOME” to 20222 (messaging and data rates may apply), you will donate $10 to the Shelter Association, a program dedicated to ending homelessness in the county.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s swimming and diving team earned a 168-132 victory at Ohio University in their first meet of the year Oct.
Terefe Ejigu is a runner on the Eastern Michigan University men’s cross country team from Wellington, New Zealand.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s cross country team was able to nab their third consecutive and 17th overall Mid-American Conference Championship title in Buffalo Oct.
In the National Football League, players and coaches dedicate the month of October to breast cancer awareness.
In an attempt to cut high school dropout rates in half before 2018, former Eastern Michigan University quarterback Charlie Batch, who now plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers, teamed up with the United Way’s Team NFL.
Batch has been the Team NFL representative for the Steelers since 2006 and is committed to educational opportunities.
The Eastern Michigan University Flying Squirrels Quidditch team traveled down the road to Ann Arbor for their second tournament of the season Oct.
As the MLB season comes to a close, the Detroit Tigers finished the year by getting swept by the San Francisco Giants, who won their seventh World Series championship.
Although the National Hockey League has been stalled for the beginning of its season, the Eastern Michigan University hockey team is in full swing.
Garrett Hoskins, one of the tight ends for the Eastern Michigan University football team, is a native of Grand Rapids.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s swim and dive team will travel to face the Wayne State University Warriors at the Matthaei Aquatic Center in Detroit Nov. 2 at 5 p.m.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team enters the season as the reigning Mid-American Conference West Division Champions. On Oct. 30, the Eagles were projected to finish second in the west in the MAC preseason rankings, receiving four first place votes.
With four matches remaining in the regular season, the Eastern Michigan University women’s volleyball team knows they need to win now in order to earn the final playoff spot in the Mid-American Conference West Division.
After their offense hit a speed bump at Bowling Green State University, the Eastern Michigan University Eagles football team (1-7 overall, 0-4 Mid-American Conference) has a Thursday, Nov. 1
game in Athens, Ohio against the Ohio Bobcats (7-1 overall, 3-1 MAC).
As the Eastern Michigan University football, soccer and volleyball seasons draw to a close, other sports are opening their competitive season and getting ready for the spotlight, such as the EMU men’s wrestling team.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team enters the season as the defending Mid-American Conference champions, on the heels of a 23-9 record (13-3 MAC West) as well as the West Division title. They lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament to the University of South Carolina by a score of 80-48.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s volleyball team won an important match against Central Michigan University Nov. 1 in straight sets (25-19, 27-25, 25-19). The victory brought the Eagles’ record to 16-13 (6-7 Mid-American Conference West), while the Chippewas saw their record fall to 12-12 (6-7 MAC) with their sixth loss in a row.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s wrestling team kicked off their season with the 21st EMU Open at Bowen Field House Nov. 3. The tournament played host to over 450 wrestlers and well over 25 schools across the country, including nationally ranked wrestlers. The NCAA Divisions l, 2 and 3 were also represented.
The Eastern Michigan University Mixed Martial Arts team is preparing for its toughest challenge of the year Nov. 10 when they’ll have seven members of their club fighting.
After a tough 45-14 loss to the Ohio Bobcats (8-1 overall, 4-1 Mid-American Conference), the Eastern Michigan University Eagles (1-8 overall, 0-5 MAC) have yet to beat an in-conference opponent.