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Central Michigan University baseball became the second No. 1 seed to lose to the No. 8 seed in the opening round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament since the tournament expanded to eight teams in 2008.And the only other top seed to fall in the first round (Bowling Green State University) was eliminated in the loser’s bracket in the next game.But the Chippewas still have hope after Wednesday’s 5-4 loss to the University of Akron.Three of the past seven MAC Tournament Champions had one loss in the double-elimination tournament.
A pair of unearned runs in the eighth inning doomed Central Michigan University baseball on Wednesday in the opening round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament against the University of Akron.CMU is the second No.
What: First-round of the MAC Baseball Championship Tournament Who: No.
A pair of third-inning home runs from senior outfielder Nick Regnier and freshman designated hitter Daniel Jipping helped Central Michigan University baseball take a 5-1 lead Friday, a lead the Chippewas would not relinquish.By beating Western Michigan University for the second day in a row, CMU clinched the Mid-American Conference regular season title and the number one seed in next week’s MAC Tournament.“I think we knew we were going to be in the running (this year),” said Head Coach Steve Jaksa.
The Central Michigan University baseball team had zero extra-base hits in Thursday’s game against Western Michigan University.Yet the Chippewas escaped.
Central Michigan University baseball tried to mount another colossal comeback against Michigan State University on Tuesday, but fell short 13-7.The Chippewas erased a 7-0 eighth inning lead back on April 15 at Comerica Park to top the Spartans 8-7 and looked for a similar rally Tuesday after falling behind 10-1 in the 2015 home finale at Theunissen Stadium.
The Central Michigan University baseball team fell behind early and could not complete its sweep of Ball State University Sunday.The Cardinals defeated CMU 15-7 in a Mother’s Day series finale at Ball Stadium in Muncie, Ind.
The theme of Saturday’s game between Central Michigan University baseball and Ball State University was pouring—both in terms of rain and Chippewa runs.In a game marred by a pair of rain delays, the Chippewas (32-18, 17-6 Mid-American Conference) dominated for a 21-2 victory.
Central Michigan University baseball first baseman Alex Borglin had a birthday Thursday.A day later, he celebrated with a belated birthday gift.The sophomore hit his first home run of the season Friday to leadoff the game in the Chippewas’ 18-4 win over Ball State University at Ball Diamond in Muncie, Ind.“It was a really good performance for us,” said Head Coach Steve Jaksa.
The Wolverines got ahead early, but the Chippewas refused go down quietly. Central Michigan University's baseball team allowed the University of Michigan to score three runs in the top of the 1st inning and then two more in the top of the 2nd, before tying the game in the bottom of the fifth and forcing extra innings. But U-M manufactured the go-ahead run in the top of the 10th inning on its way to a 6-5 victory over the Chippewas on Wednesday at Theunissen Stadium. U-M outfielder Cody Bruter doubled to start the 10th inning, and was advanced to third base on a sacrifice bunt.
On a day for the Central Michigan University baseball seniors to shine, it was a couple of juniors who helped the Chippewas clinch a home series win over Northern Illinois University.Junior left-handed starter Adam Aldred struck out six over 5 1/3 innings and junior first baseman Morgan Oliver drove in three runs as CMU defeated the Huskies 15-2 to win the series at Theunissen Stadium Sunday.The win puts the Chippewas record at 30-17 and 15-6 in the Mid-American Conference.Head Coach Steve Jaksa was impressed with his team’s performance, especially after dropping Saturday’s contest 6-5.“We wanted to win the series, playing at home,” Jaksa said.
Coming into Friday’s game, Central Michigan University baseball had lost three of its past four games, scoring nine runs over the span.The Chippewas scored nine in the second inning alone Friday, as they cruised past Northern Illinois University 14-2.“There’s no question we were ready to play today,” said Head Coach Steve Jaksa.
Looking for its 19th road win of this season, the Central Michigan University baseball team (28-16) fell 5-3 to Oakland University (12-33) Wednesday.
After winning eight consecutive Mid-American Conference series, Central Michigan University baseball lost two of three games to Bowling Green State University at home this weekend.The Chippewas still maintain the best record in the MAC at 13-5 (28-15 overall) with nine games remaining on the schedule.The last time CMU lost a weekend series was April 25-27, 2014 when the Chippewas were swept by Ball State University at home.SundayBowling Green scored one run in the first, second, third, fifth innings and seventh innings, beating CMU 5-1.“It’s probably the best (BGSU) has played, but it doesn’t matter,” said Head Coach Steve Jaksa.
Timely hitting and strong starting pitching helped Central Michigan University baseball take game two in the series 3-1 over Bowling Green State University.Head Coach Steve Jaksa said the team’s attitude was much different Saturday than it was Friday.
Tim Black had no name for the first week of his life.Since then, the Central Michigan University baseball senior closing pitcher has made up for it, with numerous nicknames including Tim “Fade to Black," Dart, Big Red and a few others not safe for newsprint.He said he has no idea why his parents finally chose Timothy, but the nicknames suit the 6-3, 245-pound righty.Fade to BlackHis majestic red beard isn’t the only selling point for the senior from Mount Hope, Ontario.
You play with the cards you’re dealt.
Central Michigan University sophomore pitcher Nick Deeg has been the anchor of the Chippewas’ starting staff this season.
Central Michigan University baseball will host Bowling Green State University this weekend for a three-game series, but senior outfielder Nick Regnier said he isn’t worried about the specifics of opposing teams.“I don’t even know their record to be honest,” Regnier said.
Bill Theunissen, the ‘father of CMU baseball,’ passes away at 89The home field for the Central Michigan baseball team is named after Bill Theunissen, but that’s far from the greatest achievement of the former coach and professor.Theunissen coached the Chippewas from 1953-1962 and was the first to reach 100 victories in program history.