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As incoming freshman, returning students and visitors flock to Mount Pleasant for Welcome Weekend, some of Central Michigan University's student athletes will sport their maroon and gold on volleyball courts and soccer fields in New York, Pennsylvania and Oakland. Friday marks the beginning of a new season for Central Michigan volleyball and field hockey.
Eighteen games and 17 losses.After winning the fourth game of the 2016 season, the Central
Michigan Field Hockey team lost the last 14 games on their schedule.Here is an analysis of CMU’s season by the numbers.0.67The average amount of goals scored each game by Central
The Central Michigan Field hockey team lost their last game
of the season on Friday 3-1 against Ball State.
Having won only three games during the past two seasons, Central Michigan's field hockey program knows adversity well.
After a well fought second half, Central Michigan fell short to
Longwood 5-1 on Saturday.
Longwood led 3-0 at halftime and added two more goals in the second half to put the game out of reach. CMU's lone goal came from junior middle fielder Carly Brengosz off an assist from junior forward Emily Barber.After the first goal in in the second half by the Chippewas, head coach Molly Pelowski said the goal moved the team forward.“We brought it within two and at that point you
need your goal keepers to step up to make saves,” she said.
Saturday's game marked the tenth-straight loss for Central Michigan's field hockey team. The Chippewas continued their struggles to score against Missouri State as they were dropped 2-1 at Allison North Stadium.
Fresh off their first victory of the season against Quinnipiac in last Saturday's home opener, the Central Michigan field hockey team is set to encounter their first real test of the season. CMU (1,3) hosts the no.
In the 2015 season, it took the Central Michigan field hockey team until mid-October to record their first home win.
Following a successful exhibiton game against Toronto, CMU field hockey has dropped their last 3 games. The Chippewas traveled to East Lansing on Thursday to face off with in state Big Ten rival, no.
After sitting out the entire 2015 season as a freshman, sophomore field hockey goal keeper Lily Amadio has been named Mid-American Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Week.In her first two collegiate performances this season, Amadio has recorded 15 saves while allowing 4 goals. Amadio's 15 saves and her .789 save percentage are currently top in the MAC statistics leaderboard.The Chippewas (0-2 overall) will be back in action on Thursday against Michigan State in East Lansing.
Central Michigan field hockey concluded its season on a high note with a 4-1 win over Ball State that finished off seven seniors’ collegiate careers and Head Coach Molly Pelowski’s first year leading the team.The Chippewas finished 2-15 and 2-4 in the Mid-American Conference.
Kent State field hockey won the Mid-American Conference Tournament Saturday in double overtime at the CMU Field Hockey Complex.The Chippewas, who finished the season sixth in the conference (2-15, 2-4 MAC), did not qualify for the four-team tournament after winning the 2014 MAC Regular Season Championship and falling in the semi-final game last season in Kent, Ohio.The Golden Flashes beat Ohio on Friday in Mount Pleasant to advance to Saturday's championship game, where they defeated the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks 3-2.
Following a weekend with a loss to Miami and Louisville,
postseason hopes were all but gone for the field hockey team. Central Michigan had one remaining game, a
meaningless game, but a game that they managed to find meaning in with an impressive
4-1 victory over Ball State.The Chippewas (2-15) (2-3) and the RedHawks (2-15) (0-5) entered
the game as the bottom two in the Mid-American conference, and both out of MAC
tournament contention.Ball state got on the board first with a goal in the eighth minute
of play by forward Natalie Jardell. CMU quickly answered in the 17th minute with a
goal by sophomore Alex Gonda, her first of the season.
She’s first in the Mid-American Conference in saves and saves per game. She’s sixth in country with 8.31 per game.Senior field hockey goalkeeper Sadie Lynn Reynolds has been on the opposite side of the offense for four years, and she said she wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.With one game left in her field hockey career, Reynolds has become an essential asset to the field hockey team.
After a rough game at Miami, Central Michigan’s field hockey team fell to Louisville Sunday, 3-0. The eighth-ranked Cardinals came into the match on Sunday 10-5 and 0-5 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Postseason aspirations were snuffed this afternoon when
field hockey picked up their 14th loss on the season to Miami by the
score of 0-5.
Miami now sits atop the Mid-American Conferencen with a
record of 4-1. Central Michigan falls to
1-14 on the year and 1-4 in the MAC. The
Chippewas needed to win today to have any shot at competing in the MAC
tournament.CMU played a tough first period allowing only 1 goal and 6
saves by goalkeeper Sadie Lynn Reynolds.The RedHawk offense took over in the second period with a
goal 4 minutes after the start of play by forward Angela Amon.Miami would go on to score 3 more unanswered goals before
winning 5-0. Central had only one shot
on goal to Miami’s 21. Reynolds would
finish with 15 saves on the day.The Chippewas now travel south to Kentucky to play
Louisville in a non conference match tomorrow.
Gametime is 1 p.m.
A season plagued with little offense and an 0-13 start has a chance to be turned around this weekend.
Two foreign exchange students flew across the world so they could join Central Michigan’s field hockey family.Sophomore backer Harriet Aburn transferred in 2014 from Wellington, New Zealand and junior midfielder Maude Stalars transferred in 2013 from Brussels, Belgium, finding their new home in the little city of Mount Pleasant.“I chose CMU because I really enjoyed what Earl Marais, the field hockey assistant coach, had to say about field hockey and I agreed with his ideas,” Aburn said.