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Junior pitcher Morgan Yuncker is 3-0 with two complete games in her last three appearances in the circle with 18.1 innings pitched.
Yuncker was recognized for her performance in the South Florida tournament over spring break, being named the Mid-American Conference West Division Pitcher of the Week.
Central Michigan softball swept Day 2 of the Hoosier Classic Saturday in Bloomington, Ind., with wins against Michigan State and Wright State.
The Chippewas dropped both of their games Friday, falling in close contests with Illinois-Chicago and Indiana.
At the brand new Andy Mohr field in Bloomington, Ind. softball lost both games of a double-header on Friday against University of Illinois-Chicago and Indiana.
“It Felt like we just didn’t come ready to play today," said head coach Margo Jonker.
Softball heads to Bloomington, Ind., this weekend to participate in the Hoosier Classic after a packed spring break schedule.
The Chippewas face off against familiar teams in Indiana University, Michigan State, Toledo, Wright State and the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Central Michigan softball finished their hectic spring break schedule with an overwhelming victory over Quinnipiac in the final day of the USF Tournament.
Quinnipiac (2-11) was no match for the offensive might of the Chippewas being out hit 9-1.
Softball team picked up a win against Wagner but fell to Fordham Friday at the USF Under Armour Showcase in Clearwater, Florida.
The Chippewas were hot in the first game, defeating Wagner thanks to a six-run inning late in the game to decimate a one-run lead.
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.
Softball began its second series of tournament action at Clearwater, Fla. on Tuesday with a thrilling 7-4 against Penn State.
The Chippewas were down by one moving into the final inning where they burst ahead with four runs, two of which batted in off a double by sophomore CarolAnn Sexauer.
Central Michigan softball finished the weekend 4-1 with another win, this time against Stephen F. Austin 6-3.
The Chippewas continued to be a force at the plate with eight hits on the day.
In day two of the USF Under Armour Invitational, softball split with a loss against No. 19 Kentucky and a close win against Loyola-Chicago.
The softball team could not ask for a better start to its spring break after finishing the first day of the USF Under Armour Invitational 2-0.
CMU started the day off with a win against Providence, 5-1.
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.
In the last game at the New Mexico Lobos Classic, softball faced off against New Mexico after splitting both sets of games earlier this weekend.
Prior to the game beginning, it was agreed upon between the coaches that the game will be called at 5:15 p.m.
Softball battled through another split on the second day of the New Mexico Lobos Classic against Hampton and IPFW on Saturday.
CMU started the day off strong with five runs in the first inning against Hampton.
Softball began its weekend at the New Mexico Lobos Classic by splitting two games Friday, starting with a win versus Bradley.
Central Michigan was able to capitalize on errors by the Braves and their ability to put players on base turned into plenty of scoring opportunities.
Kara Dornbos is entering her final season in the circle after an outstanding season last year where she put her name in the record books.
The right-handed pitcher finished with a team-best 2.03 ERA and set the single-season appearance record of 36 games.
Both the Central Michigan baseball and softball teams return to the field today after coming one game shy of winning two Mid-American Conference championships.
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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.
The softball team was picked second in the 2013 Mid-American Conference preseason poll as Margo Jonker enters her 34th season as head coach.
Last season, CMU finished as MAC Tournament runners-up after a loss to Miami (Ohio) in the championship.
The softball team will face a tough schedule as it looks to claim its 10th Mid-American Conference Championship and the first since 2002.
The schedule includes five 40-plus win teams and 12 that finished at or above .500 last season.
"We're pretty excited about the schedule that we have this season," assistant coach Jenna Alexander said.