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The Chippewas (2-15, 1-4 MAC) defeated the Cardinals (2-13, 2-3 MAC) 1-0 with strong defense and earned their first win since the month of September. Friday’s win also marks the first home conference win for the Chippewas since Oct. 16 2015 against Missouri State.
The Chippewas sit at 1-15, 0-5 MAC on the campaign and have dropped 14 straight games. Their most recent setback was a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Davidson Wildcats last Sunday in Davidson, North Carolina.
West’s recruitment process was different of what most of her teammates experienced as she hails from Wilshire, England. She attended Dauntsey’s School where, according to her bio, she was a three time letter winner and helped her squad to the county championship in 2015.
The Chippewas (1-12, 0-3 MAC) fell to the Redhawks (8-4, 3-0 MAC) 5-0 at the CMU Field Hockey Complex.
Central Michigan field hockey and head coach Catherine Ostoich sit at 1-11 on the year and hope revitalization leads to a victory.
The Chippewas take the field against the at 6 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 21 at Pruitt Field in Athens, Ohio against the UC Davis Aggies.
The Chippewas now sit with a 1-6 record, with their only win coming in the second game of the season.
The Chippewas look to rebound from their loss at 12 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 9 at the Indiana University Field Hockey Complex in Bloomington, IN against the Stanford Cardinal.
The Chippewas (1-4, 0-0 MAC) fell 7-0 to the Tigers (3-2, 0-0 American East) at the CMU Field Hockey Complex.
"We knew our first win was going to be exciting but it was 20 times more exciting just to see the look on (the players') faces."
"The girls stepped up and decided that we weren't walking off the field without a W today," Ostoich said. "I'm proud and very happy for them."
Baseball, field hockey and women’s golf will be featuring new coaches for the upcoming seasons. All three programs are coming from different backgrounds of success.
I want to see this program return to its glory days. That’s what I’m here to do.
Pelowski was fired on Oct. 26, 2017, one day before the team’s final game.
Ostoich started at CMU on Jan. 4.
Final game of field hockey season, loss to Ball State.
Molly Pelowski has been relieved of her duties as head coach of Central Michigan field hockey.
A cold, rainy afternoon Tuesday set the stage for Central Michigan field hockey’s final home game of the 2017 season.
Do three wins in three years create a championship culture?
After a 4-0 loss to Miami (OH), Central Michigan field hockey extended its losing streak to 30-straight games on Friday.