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The Eastern Michigan University softball team beat Northern Illinois University 7-3 Sunday afternoon on Senior Day in the final game of the season at Varsity field, but the win alone wasn’t enough to capture a spot in the Mid-American Conference Tournament starting next week.
In order to receive a MAC Tournament berth, the Eagles needed Bowling Green University and Buffalo University to lose Sunday.
The Eastern Michigan University baseball wrapped up a three-game set with Northern Illinois University, scoring eight runs in the ninth inning en route to a 13-11 victory on Sunday.
On a day that was supposed to be all about the seniors in their last home game, it seemed all about inconsistency for Eastern Michigan University baseball, losing 7-3 to the Toledo Rockets on Sunday.
Former Eastern Michigan University defensive back Johnny Sears is headed to the National Football League, signing a free-agent deal with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Winning a conference title in any college sport is no easy task. Winning two conference titles in one season is something no team in the Mid-American Conference has done since 2007, when Eastern Michigan University did it, winning both indoor and outdoor conference championships.
The grand opening of Eastern Michigan University’s new inflatable sports facility is at 10 a.m. June 15 on the corner of Huron River Drive and Westview Drive by Rynearson Stadium
One could assume after Jim Joyce’s botched call at first robbed Tigers’ pitcher Armando Galarraga of a perfect game, all the columnists and talking heads would weigh in on the controversy.
Every four years, one of the biggest sporting events in the world comes to fruition, and Friday in South Africa, the FIFA World Cup gets under way when the hosts take on Mexico in Johannesburg.
The Pittsburgh Pirates selected Eastern Michigan University catcher Matt Skirving in the 30th round of last weeks’ Major League Baseball draft.
What began as a match England thought an easy start to the World Cup ended with an American upset.
In the England vs. U.S. match last Saturday, England took an early lead, scoring its first goal less than five minutes into the cup opener.
If you get the chance to play soccer in college, you must be good. To be able to get playing time for all four years is even better, but if you get to represent the country of your parents’ origin it must be something pretty special, which is exactly what former Eastern Michigan University forward Ashley Rodrigues has been given.
The big story from the tied 2-2 U.S. vs. Slovenia game Friday wasn’t the easy goals Slovenia got on keeper Tim Howard. It wasn’t the amazing comeback in the second half that brought the United States from zero to tied at two. It was a single call.
Who says jocks are dumb? At Eastern Michigan University, just like at many universities across the country, student-athletes get a bad reputation for not taking academics seriously. The student athletes at EMU, however, are diminishing that stereotype one grade-point average at a time.
When you’re at rock bottom, there’s only one place to go. Second-year coach Ron English and his staff will look to an influx of junior college players and the benefit of his returning players to improve a team that went winless in 2009.
The Mid-American Conference hosted its annual football media preview Friday at Ford Field.
Head coaches and student-athletes from all 13 MAC schools had the opportunity to speak with a variety of different media outlets that cover the Mid-American Conference.
After two days of play at the Western and Southern Financial Series Masters Open in Cincinnati three American men have made it through to the second round of the doubles draw, and more prevailed in singles.
American John Isner excited fans on Center Court in Cincinnati, using his big serve and forehand to dismiss Lukasz Kubot in the first round.
Roger Federer broke the pattern of being an every-other-year champion at the Western and Southern Financial Masters event in Cincinnati, beating American Mardy Fish 6-7(5), 7-6(1), 6-4, Sunday.
After the way Eastern Michigan University Women’s soccer team ended their season last year, it would seem that this year would be more about finishing what is started.
The Eastern Michigan Volleyball team is looking to rebound from its sub-par season last year. While the team struggled last season, capturing only five wins, the return of 11 letter winners and their experience playing at the collegiate level is a springboard for the start of the 2010 season.
The Eagles begin the season under the leadership of head coach Kim Berrington.