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EMU’S swim & dive defeats Denison

Both the men and women swimming and diving teams for Eastern Michigan picked up wins at home against Denison University on Saturday, Oct. 22.

EMU’s men’s swimming and diving teams’ season commenced a week earlier than the omen’s season as the mens team lost to Northwestern University, 167-128, on Friday, Oct. 14. But the Women’s swim and dive team kicked their season off with a win of 196-99 against Denison. The men followed up with a win against Denison University, topping them at 191-104.

Echo sports profile: Greg Steiner

Greg Steiner is an Associate Athletic Director at Eastern Michigan Universities Athletic Department as he is in charge of the Media Relations Department, as he works to help students improve in their field of media relations.

Steiner is in charge of the media relations for the EMU football team, women’s basketball team, and both men’s and women’s golf teams. Steiner has been working for the media relations office for 15 years as he has contributed as an assistant athletic director and the media office’s assistant director.

Eagles Eye: 10/16

The Eastern Michigan football team won its third road game in a row against the Ohio Bobcats in a 27-20 game on Oct.

Volleyball drops two matches as their offense struggles

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.

Eagles drop their fifth straight road dual.

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.

Volleyball is shutout by the Falcons

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.

Roback leads EMU to 27-20 road win.

The Eastern Michigan football team pulled away in the fourth quarter, as it defeated the Ohio Bobcats 27-20 in Athens, Ohio on Saturday.

After a slow start for both teams, the Eagles (5-2,2-1) put up 24 second-half points to pull off the 27-20 victory over the Bobcats (4-3,2-1). The Eagles were led by a career best performance from redshirt junior Brogan Roback who set a career high in passing yards as he threw for 347. This was the Eagles first win in Athens since 1994.

Eagles Eye: 10-9

Eastern Michigan football had it's win streak end against Toledo on Saturday. The Eagles fell to to the Rockets 35-20 at it's homecoming.

EMU volleyball fell on the road to Central Michigan and Ohio.