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The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team put on a strong showing in its only exhibition game of the year, with a 101-38 rout of Marygrove College on Monday.
The team is setting its sights on the start of the regular season Friday afternoon against Albion College at the Convocation Center.
The Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team opened its season Friday afternoon with a 77-45 victory over the Albion College Britons at the Convocation Center.
Behind a 25 point performance from freshman Cha’Ron (Cha) Sweeney, the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team easily defeated the Madonna University Crusaders, 101-52, Friday afternoon at the Convocation Center.
In his second game, junior forward Karrington Ward appears to be finding the right chemistry with his Eastern Michigan University teammates.
For two years, Eastern Michigan University students have been on the losing side in the annual Students vs. Alumni basketball game at the REC/IM. Senior co-captain Dominique Wade said he hopes this year is different.
Redshirt junior forward Olivia Fouty’s game expanded as she made four three-point shots to lead Eastern Michigan University to a win over Butler University 81-76 in overtime at the Convocation Center.
Fouty scored 20 and shot 6-of-10 from the field and took her game to a whole new level on this night with her outside shooting.
“Over (the) last six months, Olivia has improved her game,” EMU head coach Tory Verdi said.
Redshirt freshman guard Ray Lee shook off a slow start and scored a career-high 21, including a three-point make over Robert Morris University freshman forward Jeremiah Worthem to end the first half.
“I feel like we got over the hump because we’ve never played against a team that got into us man-to-man this season,” Lee said.
For two years, Eastern Michigan University students lost to alumni in the annual Students vs. Alumni basketball game. That changed Thursday, when the students left the Convocation Center with a 76-74 victory.
Behind 19 points from redshirt junior Olivia Fouty, the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team moves to 3-0 for the first time since the 2009-10 season with a 84-70 road win over the Cleveland State University Vikings at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio.
Fouty scored 19 on 7-of-14 shooting, 1-of-3 from three-point range and 4-of-4 from the foul line to go along with five rebounds and four assists.
“I am not as hesitant to get my shot blocked,” Fouty said about her willingness to go after the ball more on WEMU Radio’s Postgame.
Freshman guard Cha Sweeney added 17 points on 5-of-9 shooting and 7-of-10 from the charity stripe to go along with four assists and three steals in 32 minutes.
Off the bench, Jamaica Bucknor put a solid effort together with nine points and eight rebounds in 18 minutes.
For Cleveland State (1-2), juniors Imani Gordon and Cori Coleman each scored 15 points.
Junior guard Kiersten Green scored 13 on 4-of-11 from the field, 2-of-5 from three-point range and 1-of-3 from the foul line to go along with four rebounds.
When the Eastern Michigan University men’s basketball team needed it a boost in the second half, Karrington Ward stepped up and delivered in the 81-69 victory against the Cleveland State University Vikings at the Convocation Center on Mon.
After scoring six points against Cleveland State University, Ray Lee responded with a vengeance by scoring a career-high 38 in EMU’s 74-69 win over the University of Texas at Arlington on Saturday night at the Convocation Center to move to 5-0 for the first time since the 1996-97 season.
Lee was on top of his game as he went 5-for-5 from three-point range, 12-for-15 shooting and 9-for-12 from the foul line.
On Dec. 5, Eastern Echo Sports Editor Eugene Evans and Managing Editor Al Willman will host a panel discussion on the state of Eastern Michigan University football and other athletic programs.
Being outrebounded 84-60 in the last two games is something Eastern Michigan University coach Rob Murphy won’t tolerate and knows in order to have a chance of knocking off the No.
With four Eagles having career days and doing it in record-setting style, the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team broke its single-game-points-scored record by cruising to a 120-35 non-conference win on Saturday at the Convocation Center.
Coach Rob Murphy felt like Eastern Michigan University let one slip away against No. 21-ranked University of Massachusetts Minutemen at the Convocation Center Tuesday night.
“I thought we were just as good and were the better team for a half, Murphy said.
Coach Rob Murphy knows Eastern Michigan University will be in for a challenge on the road against Purdue University.
“Anytime you go on the road, it is [always] going to be a tough environment,” Murphy said.
Eastern Michigan University coach Rob Murphy knows turning the ball over 20 times will not yield positive results at days' end.
The Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team took on the University of Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos, winning 75-66 in a “home game” at the Activities Center on the campus of Madonna University in Livonia, Mich.
With high tempo offense and suffocating defense, the Eastern Michigan University women’s basketball team earned a non-conference road victory on Dec. 4 by defeating Loyola University 82-64, improving to 5-0 on the season for the first time since the 2004-05 season.
Guards Raven Lee and Mike Talley led the Eastern Michigan University offense in the second half to snap the team’s three-game losing skid Tuesday night.