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Golf to Compete in the MAC Championships

(04/20/17 12:58pm)

The Central Michigan Chippewa’s will compete in the Mid-American Conference Championships this weekend at the Silver Lake Country Club in Kent, Ohio from Friday to Sunday.The Silver Lake Country Club features 120 acres of numerous hazards that will give the Chippewa’s their toughest challenge this spring.Natalie Johnson and the rest of the team aim to build off their success at the Delores Black Falcon Invitational where they finished third overall out of ten teams, the Chippewa’s best team finish since the golf program was re-launched in 2014.Leading the Chippewa’s this weekend will be Johnson, who finished third overall individually at the Delores Black Falcon Invitational with a 153 total and team best 73 during the second round.Bria Colosky, Holly Hines, Danielle Sawyer, and Kristen Wolfe will also be competing for the Chippewa’s this weekend.




Golf struggles to find groove at John Kirk Panther Invitational

(03/28/17 10:26pm)

This spring hasn’t produced the results the Central Michigan golf team had in sight.The Chippewas traveled to Stockbridge, Georgia for the early portion of the week to play in the John Kirk Panther Invitational at the Eagle’s Landing Country Club, hosted by Georgia State University.This was CMU’s second time playing in the JKP invitational.


Colosky leads CMU at the GCU Invitational

(03/13/17 3:37pm)

The Central Michigan women’s golf team finished in 9th place out of 10 teams at the Grand Canyon University invitational this weekend.The Chippewas shot a 963 for the weekend, beating Chicago State who shot a 997 and narrowly behind Nebraska-Omaha who shot a 954.The field was compromised of 55 total players from the 10 teams.Portland State won the invitational with three of their players finishing in the top three.