10/24/2019, 5:03pm

Creighton's impact on the EMU football program

Chris Creighton was hired by Eastern Michigan before the 2014 season and after Ron English being fired the year prior. English was the Eagles head coach for four years before being fired nine games into his fifth campaign. English led them to just one six-win season, with a record of 11-46. Creighton has doubled that and is on the verge of adding another one this year.

10/24/2019, 4:03pm

Week 9 Preview: Eastern Michigan takes on Toledo

After two consecutive home games, head coach Chris Creighton and the Eastern Michigan Eagles hit the road Oct. 26 to play the Rockets from the University of Toledo. Toledo is coming off two straight losses, including a 52-14 loss at the hands of Ball State University.

10/23/2019, 12:07am

Men's basketball 2019-20 season preview

The Eastern Michigan men’s basketball program is looking to improve on last year’s 9-9 record in the MAC. The Eagles are in a potential rebuilding season, losing four seniors who were major contributors during the 2018-2019 season. However, this schedule is not as difficult as last years. 

10/19/2019, 3:15pm

EMU gymnastics ranked 24th in academics after 2018-19 season

The Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association announced the top academic teams from the 2018-19 year and the Eastern Michigan’s gymnastic team landed the 24th spot in the country with a team GPA of 3.5. Four other MAC schools joined EMU on the list in the top 25. 

10/19/2019, 3:14pm

Kobie Beltram steps up in senior season

Eastern Michigan football continues to support one another as their season comes to the halfway point. A big part of the Eagles’ team has been the defense and Kobie Beltram has stepped up during his senior season. Beltram has had a diligent season so far.

10/19/2019, 3:14pm

Breck Turner prepares for rival Western Michigan

Breck Turner committed to the Eagles prior to the 2016 season, and now he’s a senior running back looking to end his career with a successful season. Before the season began, Turner was named to the Doak Walker award watch list for the top running back in the country, which included 71 players. 

10/19/2019, 3:13pm

Line Latu and the receiving core for the Eagles

Line Latu is playing in his second season with the Eastern Michigan Eagles after coming from San Mateo Community College in California, where former lineman Jimmy Leatiota and former receiver Johnnie Niupalau also attended before transferring to EMU.

10/19/2019, 3:13pm

EMU volleyball falls to Ball State after two straight victories

The Eastern Michigan women’s volleyball team has had an up-and-down season thus far through 18 matches. The Eagles won two straight games against Ohio and Toledo before falling to Ball State at the Convocation Center on Saturday, Oct. 12. The Cardinals won the match 3-2. 

10/19/2019, 2:38pm

Eagles women's soccer defeats Kent State in overtime

The Eastern Michigan women’s volleyball team defeated the Kent State Golden Flashes, 3-2 on the road in overtime. The Eagles scored two goals in the first half before scoring the game-winning goal three minutes into the overtime period. Sabrina McNeill scored the first and third goals for the Eagles in the win. 

10/19/2019, 2:38pm

EMU women's golf wins back-to-back tournaments

On Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Eastern Michigan women’s golf team won its second consecutive tournament with a score of 942 (316-314-312) after going into the third round of the MAC Fall Preview trailing by three strokes. The Eagles captured the victory at Silver Lake Country Club. 

10/13/2019, 12:57pm

Around the MAC: Toledo leads the MAC West following win over Western Michigan

The halfway point in the 2019 college football season just passed and the competition has never been tighter in the Mid-American Conference. The Toledo Rockets (4-1, 1-0) lead the MAC West while Ball State (2-3, 0-1) trails them for second place. Ohio (2-3, 1-0), Miami (2-3, 1-0) and Kent State (2-3, 1-0) are all tied at the top of the MAC East after winning their first conference game. 

10/13/2019, 12:57pm

Hassan Beydoun: The walk-on making plays for Eastern Michigan

"I knew that ever since I was out of high school that I could play D-1 football. I just never had any looks, I was under recruited, nothing from D-2 or D-3," Hassan Beydoun said. "I did have a moment where I just gave up, like I was just coming to Eastern academically. Then I saw a tweet about trying out, and I was like 'why not? I know I'm capable of doing it.’”

10/13/2019, 12:51pm

Lindsey Shira named United States Coaches Player of the Week after two straight wins

Eastern Michigan women’s soccer player, Lindsey Shira, was named the United Soccer Coaches Player of the Week following wins over Northern Illinois and Western Michigan. Shira, who is in her junior season, scored the game-winning goals in both victories last week, including an 83rd minute score versus the Broncos. The Eagles have now won two consecutive games for the first time this season.

10/12/2019, 1:08pm

Week 7 Preview: Homecoming versus the Cardinals

Eastern Michigan dropped their first conference game of the season at Central Michigan by a score of 42-16. In the loss, Mike Glass III threw for 193 yards, one touchdown and one interception. The Eagles leading rusher was Willie Parker, who finished the game with just 43 yards on eight carries. Central Michigan's leading rusher, Jonathan Ward, totaled 132 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries. Despite the loss, the Eagles remain positive.

10/12/2019, 12:25pm

Desmond Kelly’s senior season has been special on and off the field

Desmond Kelly is a senior defensive tackle for the Eastern Michigan football team, who stands at 6’1” and 311 pounds. He has been a player to watch for the Eagles during his senior year. On Sept. 21 2019, Kelly proposed to his girlfriend after an Eastern Michigan win over Central Connecticut 34-29. Kelly brought his girlfriend to the middle of the field, and with the team jumping and shouting around him, proposed to her. She said “yes.”

10/8/2019, 8:20pm

Myrick and EMU defense prepare for the road ahead

Terry Myrick, junior linebacker, has been a force for the Eagles defense in 2019. He has a total of 18 solo tackles and 31 total tackles, both third best on Eastern Michigan. He also had a forced fumble in the Week 2 game against Kentucky. Myrick is playing 2019 as a regular starter for the first time. He started his first career game last year against Monmouth.