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As the final buzzer sounded at McGuirk Arena on Feb. 16, the Central Michigan men's basketball team walked away with an 87-80 victory over the Ohio Bobcats. The Chippewas played a well-rounded game, with each of their starters point totals ending in double-digits.
It was a game that Central Michigan men's basketball needed to have for its Mid-American Conference title hopes, and it found a way to win.
Presley Hudson connected a pair of free throws late in the second quarter to give Central Michigan a 21-point lead.
Denelle Pedrick completed her dismount on the balance beam to an eruption from the crowd in McGuirk Arena.
An eruption came from the crowd in McGuirk Arena as Denelle Pedrick landed a strong routine on the balance beam.
Linebacker Steven Spenner took a grayshirt in 2017 and played as a redshirt freshman in the 2018 season for former coach John Bonamego.
The last thing the Central Michigan men's basketball team wants right now is to be told it competed with two of the best team's in the Mid-American Conference on the road.
Central Michigan women's basketball senior forward Reyna Frost looks towards the basket in the Chippewas 87-53 victory over rival Western Michigan on Feb. 13 in Kalamazoo.
KALAMAZOO — Reyna Frost poured in 10 points in less than three minutes, giving the Central Michigan women's basketball team an early edge.
KALAMAZOO - As time in the first quarter was winding down, Central Michigan women's basketball put Western Michigan in a full-court trap and used hustle to force a turnover.
Despite new leadership and losing a trio of star players, the Central Michigan baseball team was selected on Feb. 13 by the 10 head coaches of Mid-American Conference to finish fourth in the 2019 standings.
For the third time this season, Central Michigan's Denelle Pedrick has been named the Mid-American Conference Gymnast of the Week.
Central Michigan's Reyna Frost has won the Mid-American Conference West Division Player of the Week honor in women's basketball.
It was déjà vu all over again for the the Central Michigan men's basketball team.
Expected to be a key contributor on the defensive line for Central Michigan football in 2019, defensive end Deron Irving-Bey is no longer on the team.
It was 1979. He was ready to sign his national letter of intent to play college basketball for the great Johnny Orr at the University of Michigan.
Sue Guevara aims to get her team back on track.
A lot has changed in the past eight months for the Central Michigan baseball team.
Every college baseball team in the Midwest is heading south to start the 2019 season because of weather conditions.
The Central Michigan men's basketball team (16-7, 5-5 Mid-American Conference) will travel to the Stroh Center at 7 p.m. on Feb. 12 to take on the Bowling Green Falcons (16-7, 8-2).