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Eagles fall 89-82 versus rival CMU

The Eastern Michigan women’s basketball team hosted the Central Michigan Chippewas on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at the Convocation Center for the EMU Martin Luther King Jr. Day Closing Celebration. CMU closed out the 89-82 win with free throws and remained undefeated against the MAC.


EMU women's basketball team defeated by Ball State

The Eastern Michigan Eagles women's basketball team went into Muncie, Ind. looking for their first 3-0 start against the MAC since the 2006-2007 season. It didn't go as planned as EMU lost 59-54 to the Cardinals at Worthen Arena on Saturday. Areanna Combs had 18 points for the Eagles (7-7, 2-1 MAC) with a season-high in rebounds at 11. 


EMU men's basketball heads to Jamaica

EMU men's basketball (4-0) travels to Montego, Jamaica to play the University of Maryland Baltimore County (4-1) on Friday. The teams will play at the Montego Bay Convention Centre as part of the Jersey Mike's Jamaica Classic, broadcasted on the CBS Sports Network at 2 p.m.


EMU women’s soccer upsets Ball State in MAC quarterfinals

The Eastern Michigan women’s soccer team won 2-1 against Ball State in Muncie, Indiana on Sunday, Nov. 3. This is EMU’s first win in the MAC Tournament since 2013, when the Eagles defeated Ohio 3-0. The Eagles will play No. 6 Ohio in the semifinals at Bowling Green, Ohio on Friday, Nov. 8. 


EMU women's soccer falls to Akron 3-2 after close second half

The Akron Zips women's soccer team came into Ypsilanti and were shutting out the Eastern Michigan Eagles to start the game at Scicluna Field on Thursday, Oct. 24. The two MAC rivals came into this matchup in the bottom half of the conference standings and Akron was primed for a quick momentum turn on the road. 


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.


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.’”


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