Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
Sunday was a relief to hockey fans all over North America as it was announced that the National Hockey League Players Association and team owners had agreed in principle on a deal which would end a nearly four month long lockout. Finally, hockey season is upon us; well, pending league ratification.
Eastern Michigan University football’s senior tight end Garrett Hoskins was chosen to play in the second annual Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game Friday. The game will be played at Kino Stadium in Tucson, Ariz.
Now that finals are over and winter semester is upon us, many students will be looking to find a distraction from the cold, early nights and putting off homework (Editor’s Note: The Eastern Echo does not endorse procrastination).
One foul by senior center Da’Shonte Riley and two free throws by Ball State University turned overtime into a 60-58 loss for the Eastern Michigan University Eagles at the Convocation Center Wednesday night.
Despite the tough loss, coach Rob Murphy had a few positive comments about the game and his team.
From bench player to difference maker, freshmen Bianca Cage came on the court in just her fifth career game to score 25 points in 20 minutes and lead the Eastern Michigan University women's basketball team to a come from behind 56-52 win against the Western Michigan Broncos Thursday in Kalamazoo, Mich.
Two is shaping up to be an unlucky number for the Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team. Two conference games and two Mid-American Conference losses—both losses by two points. Saturday’s loss was to the Bowling Green State University Falcons, 46-44.
After a come-from-behind victory against Western Michigan University Thursday, Eastern Michigan University’s women’s basketball team could not keep up the momentum; a lack of ball movement played a significant factor in its loss to the Central Michigan Chippewas 77-51 in Mount Pleasant Sunday.
Two is shaping up to be an unlucky number for the Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team. Two conference games and two Mid-American Conference losses—both losses by two points.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s wrestling team continued their season on the road in Greensburg, Pa. on Saturday to take on the Seton Hill University Griffins.
One foul by senior center Da’Shonte Riley and two free throws by the Ball State University Cardinals turned overtime into a 60-58 loss for the Eastern Michigan University Eagles at the Convocation Center Wednesday night.
Despite senior Jacob Hanson breaking the record in the 200 backstroke, Eastern Michigan University fell to the top-ranked University of Michigan Wolverines 196-133 Friday.
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.
On senior day, Briana Emig captured first in the 200, 500 and 1,000 freestyles in 1 minute, 52.84 seconds, 4:58.58 and 10:20.17, respectively, to help the Eastern Michigan University women’s swim team remain undefeated by knocking off the Bowling Green State University Falcons 166-128 at Jones Natatorium.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s wrestling team traveled to Pittsburgh Sunday to take part in the Pitt Duals. The Eagles competed against the Lock Haven University Bald Eagles, University of Pittsburgh Panthers and Bloomsburg University Huskies.
Tuesday was a good day for the Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team. The team ended a four-game losing streak with a 58-52 win over Mid-American Conference rival, the Central Michigan University Chippewas.
After making hundreds of turns to the home stretch, Lauren Kalinosky knows that the end is truly in sight for her. Kalinosky is a senior for the Eastern Michigan University women’s swim and dive team.
After 113 heart-breaking days, Detroit Red Wings fans can finally start planning trips to Joe Louis Arena to pay and watch their favorite team. Though most of these players play for the love of the game, there are a few hockey players that may be playing for an even greater cause—hope for a nine-year-old boy.
Despite junior Natachia Watkins’s best efforts to keep her team in the contest with a game-high 16 points, the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team dropped its second game in a row 56-40 to the Toledo Rockets at the Convocation Center Wednesday evening.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team, through missed opportunities and lackluster effort, dropped its third consecutive contest Sunday 70-48 to the Miami University of Ohio RedHawks at Millett Hall in Oxford, Ohio.
Many celebrated the long-awaited beginning of the NHL season Saturday, but before the first puck dropped in North America, there was a Mid-American Conference basketball game to be played. The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team defeated the Miami University of Ohio RedHawks 65-58.