SPORTS


2/13/2017, 12:28am

Wrestling edged out by MSU on Senior Day

The Eastern Michigan wrestling team were unable to win their final home dual of the season when they fell to Michigan State, 17-16, on Sunday at the Convocation Center. Senior Devan Marry fell in a 5-0 decision on the last match of the day which allowed the Spartans to leave Ypsilanti with a 17-16 victory.  Outside of Marry, the other two starting EMU seniors picked up victories in their final matches in Ypsilanti.


2/11/2017, 2:31pm

Men's basketball drops fourth straight to soaring Akron

The Akron Zipps hit 18 threes which led to the 87-76 win over the Eastern Michigan Eagles at the Convocation Center in Ypsilanti on Friday night. The Eagles (13-12, 5-7) won the rebound  and turnover battles but were unable to keep up with jump-shooting of Akron (21-4,11-1). Akron had five players in double figures as the Eagles could not stop the offense of Zipps. EMU guard Willie Mangum led the way with his 22 points,five rebounds and two assists.


2/5/2017, 3:24pm

Eagles struggle down the stretch against NIU, 81-69

With a seven-point halftime deficit, Eastern Michigan was unable to come back and defeat the Northern Illinois huskies as the fell 81-69 at on the road on Saturday.  Coming off a loss to Kent State, the Eagles (13-10, 5-5)| could not afford to lose a game to Northern Illinois (14-9, 6-4) who the team was tied with for second-place in the Mid-American Conference West Division.


2/2/2017, 3:09pm

Football signing day 2017

The Eastern Michigan football team officially signed 21 new student-athletes to their letters of intent to come join the football team on Wednesday, Feb.


1/30/2017, 10:01am

Eagles Eye: 1/30

James Thompson's monster game leads to an EMU road victory as he produced 26 points and 20 rebounds. The Eagles dominated the boards with 44 rebounds in a 74-57 win over the Miamis Redhawks.  The gymnastics team picked up a win against in-state rival Western Michigan, 195.400 to 194.900.


1/30/2017, 12:57am

Thompson's monster day leads to EMU win

A dominant performance by James Thompson leads the Eastern Michigan Eagles over the Miami Redhawks, 74-57, in Oxford on Saturday. “James (Thompson) had one of the best performances that any one player has had during my time coaching tenure here,” said coach Rob Murphy.


1/23/2017, 10:29am

Eagles Eye- 1/23

The Eastern Michigan men's basketball team fell to the Akron Zips, 70-63. Guard Ty Toney led the way for the Eagles with 17 points. The wrestling team fell to both Northern Illinois as well as Northern Iowa.