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Friday night the Eastern Michigan volleyball team defeated by Bowling Green University in another Middle American Conference matchup that the Eagles have found themselves on the losing end.Following a string of recent losses the Eagles looked to draw energy from being back at home following a pair of hard fought matches on the road. Despite strong support from fans and vocal local youth volleyball team the Eagles would drop the match in three sets to the Falcons.
The Eastern Michigan Volleyball team fell to Miami University at the Convocation Center on Saturday in a 3-1 match.Miami came into town undefeated against Mid-American Conference opponents and a 15-4 record altogether. With Eastern Michigan looking to halt a four game losing skid at home before heading back on the road.
The Eastern Michigan volleyball team headed home coming into the third week of October looking to slam the breaks and stop a recent losing skid with matchups against Bowling Green on Friday, Oct. 14th, and Miami (Ohio) on Saturday, Oct. 15th.
The Eastern Michigan football team won its third road game in a row against the Ohio Bobcats in a 27-20 game on Oct.
Troubles continued for the Eastern Michigan volleyball team in its matchups against Northern Illinois and Western Michigan this past week. The Eagles only manage to muster one set victory combined in both matches, giving them three set victories in their last five matches.
The Eastern Michigan football team came beck from a 21 point deficit to become bowl eligible for the first time in 20 years on Election Night at Ball State.
Eastern Michigan University’s volleyball team left the nest for a set of road matches against Bowling Green and Miami of Ohio. The Eagles lost both games to their fellow MAC opponents by a combined score of 7-1. With the lose, EMU finds itself on a five-game losing streak, dropping the team to 10-14 overall with a 2-6 record in conference.
Eastern Michigan’s women’s volleyball team took to the court Nov. 3 at the Convocation Center for a matchup against in-state rival Western Michigan. Despite coming into the match with a worse record compared to the Broncos, Eastern took the match in a 3-0 sweep. The victory marks the 12th victory on the season for the Eagles and the fourth victory in-conference.
The Eastern Michigan University’s women’s volleyball team qualified for the MAC tournament following a streak of four wins straight that started on senior weekend against Western Michigan and Northern Illinois.
After four straight wins, Eastern Michigan’s women’s volleyball team found themselves sneaking into the MAC tournament. The team managed to win their first round matchup against Buffalo, 3-1, before falling to Ohio in the following round with a score of 1-3. Coming into the tournament as the lowest seed, being able to upset Buffalo in the first round is more than enough to deem their tournament berth successful.
Eight games into its 2011 season, the Eastern Michigan University Volleyball team garnered its seventh consecutive win as it defeated Youngstown State 3-1 (25-20, 25-16, 18-25, 25-20). This marks the Eagles’ longest win streak since opening the 2010 season with a perfect 8-0 record.
In its last home match of the season and on Senior Night the Eastern Michigan University volleyball team was host to instate conference rival Central Michigan University. The Eagles defeated the Chippewas and soared to a 3-0 (25-13, 25-22, 23-25, 25-20) victory to win another Mid-American Conference match. The Eagles improve to 20-8 overall and 8-5 in conference play.
The Eastern Michigan Eagles volleyball team defeated the Ball State Cardinals in four sets by scores of 25-21, 23-25, 25-18 and 28-26 to pick up their 21st win of the season and improve to 21-9 (9-6 MAC).
EMU's Jennifer Swartz (11) watches as her teammate Rachel Iaquaniello hits the ball to the opposing Michigan side for a point in the second game.
The Eagles celebrate after a point against No. 7 Michigan at Wednesday's volleyball game.
Eastern Michigan finds a rare time to celebrate against Michigan on Sept. 9.
Eastern Michigan wore pink jerseys and played with a pink volleyball on Saturday.
Victoria Randolph spikes the ball Saturday against Western Michigan. She and fellow senior Kim Jarzynka played their final home match at the Convocation Center, but will continue their collegiate careers in the MAC tournament Tuesday.