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Softball struggles to score runs in double-header with host USF

(03/07/13 11:09am)

Softball struggled at the plate as it scored two runs in the double-header against host University of South Florida as it lost 2-1 and 4-1 on Wednesday. A pitching duel between USF ace Lindsay Richardson and senior Kara Dornbos kept the first contest at a standstill. Richardson was hot, striking out eight and only allowing two hits in the 4.2 innings she was in the circle.






CarolAnn Sexauer has strong showing at Lobos Classic

(02/18/13 8:00am)

Sophomore CarolAnn Sexauer started off the softball season with a solid performance at the plate this weekend in the New Mexico Lobos Classic. Sexauer batted .412 on the weekend with six RBI, including two home runs. In the first game Friday against Bradley, Sexauer batted in senior Macy Merchant after a Bradley error on Sexauer's bunt.







Baseball picked first in MAC West, softball second in preseason polls

(02/12/13 5:04pm)

The Mid-American Conference baseball preseason poll was released Tuesday and Central Michigan finds itself in a familiar position. The Chippewas were picked to win the MAC West, receiving 65 points while Kent State was picked to win the MAC East with 72 points. CMU was followed by Toledo, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Ball State and Northern Illinois. The Golden Flashes led Miami (Ohio), Bowling Green, Ohio Akron and Buffalo, and they were picked to win the MAC tournament with nine votes to the Chippewas' one vote. CMU is returning 15 letterwinners, including senior pitchers Pat Kaminska and Rick Dodridge. It also returns sophomore second baseman Pat MacKenzie who batted .408 in conference play and senior first baseman Jordan Adams who will provide power to the lineup after batting .360 in the MAC Tournament last season. He hit three doubles and two home runs in the conference tournament and was named to the All-Tournament Team as the Chippewas finished runners-up to Kent State.