Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
For the first time in
Central Michigan golf history, the team will be traveling to Rio Verde, Arizona
to play in the Rio Verde Collegiate Invitational this weekend.Starting on Friday the
team will tee off at 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday the team will tee off at 8:30 a.m.Head coach Cheryl Stacy said she has experience with the course from her time coaching at Michigan. “The
greens will be tricky as the slopes are downhill facing the west,” she said.As for goals and
expectations for this invitational, Stacy said the team doesn’t have
any true goals. The team met with sports psychologist Dr. Chris Carr of CMU who told
the team to not have any goals because it puts unwarranted pressure on yourself.
The Central Michigan golf played in the Mid-American Conference Match Play Challenge at the Lakewood Ranch Country Club in Florida on Monday and Tuesday and finished with mixed results.For each matchup, five golfers competed against each. On Monday, CMU lost to Oakland 4-1 and Bowling Green 3-2.Danielle Sawyer provided the win for CMU versus Oakland winning convincingly against Fiona Schmidt by four points with two holes left.
After more than a
three-month hiatus, the Central Michigan golf team will finally get a
chance to swing the clubs on Monday.
Cheryl Stacy said she’s most excited for the team to be outside in the
warm weather and see what the women can do on the grass instead of in the
practice facility.One difference between the
fall and spring seasons is where the team practices.
The fall season for CMU golf is officially in the books. The team placed fifth in the 2016 MAC Fall Preview on Monday
To finish up the fall season CMU Golf will participate in the 2016 MAC Fall Preview this Monday. The MAC Preview is a tournament that gives all teams in the MAC a chance to play the same course to determine who takes home the title of MAC Champion in April.
Ask Lauren Grogan about the whirlwind schedule she went through this summer, and she will tell you it's all about one thing – perspective.
There’s one word to sum up the Central Michigan golf team’s performance at the 2016 Rocket Classic: ProgressCMU set school records Oct.
For the second consecutive season, the Central Michigan golf team took 10th place in the Mid-American Conference Championship. CMU improved its results from last season by 81 strokes, but was unable to improve its place in the standings.“The overall scores for the tournament were pretty low,” said Head Coach Cheryl Stacy.
Five Central Michigan Life sports writers give their picks for CMU baseball, softball, lacrosse and give insight on this weekend's Golf Mid-American Conference Championships.
The Central Michigan golf team will swing back into action for the first time since March 29 when they travel to Noblesville, Indiana for the Mid-American Conference Championship. The three-day event begins on Friday at Purgatory Golf Club, a par-72 course that can stretch to 7,754 yards in length.“We know how the course plays because we played the MAC Preview, so we’ve been over our stats and what clubs we hit the most into the greens,” said redshirt freshman Holly Hines. Sophomore Natalie Johnson said the Chippewas’ goal for this event is to shoot around 315 to finish in the middle of the pack. “We’ve got to take it one shot at a time and not get too frustrated over a bad hole or a bad shot,” Johnson said.Johnson has been CMU’s top golfer for most of this season with a stroke average of 81.3.
Central Michigan golf continued its busy month when the team traveled to Sorrento, Florida to take part in the MSU Citrus Challenge. CMU finished the event in 19th place out of 20 teams with a total score of 982, 35 strokes behind 18th-place Northern Kentucky.
Even though her dreams of becoming a coach are coming true, Lauren Grogan hasn’t given up on her dream of becoming a professional golfer on the LPGA Tour.After spending four years on the University of Michigan’s golf team, Grogan decided to begin her coaching career by joining Cheryl Stacy’s staff as an assistant at Central Michigan.Grogan grew up in Columbus, Ohio and attended Bishop Watterson High School, where she was recruited by and ultimately ended up playing for Stacy at Michigan.
Central Michigan golf headed west over spring break to compete in the Clover Cup at Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona. The Chippewas finished in last place with a final stroke count of 968, 13 strokes behind 16th place.
When Central Michigan decided to reestablished women’s varsity golf for the first time since 1982, the team needed a home. After a “competitive bidding process” with other local golf courses, Mt.
Central Michigan golf teed-off its spring season Monday at the Women’s MAC Play Challenge at Lakewood Ranch, Florida.The Chippewas were ranked 11th out of 12 teams going into the tournament, but finished in 10th place.
When Cheryl Stacy heard about the job opening as Central Michigan’s women’s golf coach, she jumped at the opportunity.Stacy has led an accomplished career as a coach since her playing days ended.
Just over a year since Ex-Head Coach Tom Beidleman was fired for lying to Central Michigan University’s athletic department about credentials on his resume, CMU’s women’s golf program will look to start a new chapter under Cheryl Stacy in her first full season as head coach—hopefully creating the program's solid foundation as they go.Stacy, who was a two time all-American at Ohio State and saw success as the Head Coach for the University of Michigan’s women’s golf team from 2009 to 2013, will begin the process of creating a winning culture for the program and building personal bonds with her current players. “Let’s work on team bonding and building that trust.
After three rounds of golf Monday and Tuesday at the Players Club in Yorktown, Indiana, the Central Michigan University golf team found itself at the bottom of the leader board at the Cardinal Classic.The Chippewas’ team score rose to 89 over par by the tournament’s end—dropping the team to 14 place in the 16 team tournamentGrand Blanc native Kristen Wolfe and Nashville, Illinois native Natalie Johnson led the way in the Chippewas’ second outing of the fall season.
Michigan University women's golf team is competing in the 2015 Cardinal Classic
hosted by Ball State at The Players Club in Yorktown, Indiana.
Central Michigan University's women's golf team got their first action of the 2015 and 2016 season over the weekend in East Lansing. The team struggled falling to last place in the 12 team three round annual tournament at Forest Akers West. The Chippewas team score tallied to 146 over par once the final round was finished Sunday.