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The Central Michigan cheer team finished seventh in the Division I Small Co-Ed United Cheerleaders Association College Nationals in Orlando, Florida this weekend.Teams are placed in the same division as their football program, which is why CMU's cheerleading team competes against Division I opponents. The Chippewas had to receive a score higher than 80 during the semifinals in order to reach the finals.
Nicky Van was less than two weeks away from leading the Central Michigan Cheerleading team to the 2015 University Cheerleaders Association College National Cheerleading Championship for the first time as head cheerleading coach.He never made it that year.On a chilly night in early January 2015, Van sat at his kitchen table, eating dinner when he heard the phone ring.Van’s sister, Tracy Van, was on the other line and what she told him sent shivers through his body.Their father, Dan Van, had just experienced a brain aneurism, which caused fatal hemorrhaging.
When senior Central Michigan club hockey defenseman Mike Chodzko waits in line at Quiznos, people no longer ask him “Oh, we have a hockey team?” Now they’re saying, “Hey, good luck tonight.”Chodzko has been with the program since it started in 2012 by Head of Hockey Operations Travis Gosselin.
Central Michigan and other club hockey teams across the country are coming together to support Andrew Lay, a University of Michigan-Flint hockey player who suffered a severe neck injury on Nov.
Central Michigan University students can win free tuition for a year by downloading the intramural sports mobile app REC*it.REC*it is an intramural sports app was launched in the summer of 2014 and has partnered with IMLeagues (the website used by most U.S.
When the Rose Center pool closes in June 2016, many teams will be left without a place to practice, and the Mount Pleasant community will have one less place to swim.Due to improper regulations, a committee of students, staff and faculty from Central Michigan University decided that renovating the pool isn’t worth the potential $4.6 million that it would be required to spend.The pool is four feet deep on the sides and eight feet deep in the middle, which makes it difficult for both swimmers and water polo players.
The University of Michigan name didn't scare the Central Michigan Club Hockey on Friday the 13th, as CMU took down the Wolverines 8-2 at the Isabella Community Event Center.Central Michigan improved to 8-5-1 and is currently No. 5 in the North Region in Division III with teams like Michigan, Oakland, and Grand Valley.
The RPL 430 class put on a Knockerball tournament
Friday afternoon in the Finch Field House.
Many people have played a game of foosball before, but not many have experienced being a player in the foosball game.Last Saturday, the RPL 430 class put on a life-sized foosball tournament.
On Friday night, basketball players of all skill levels gathered at the Student Activity Center for a three-on-three tournament put on by the PES 550: Sport Fundraising class, Jam Central.
Students can channel their inner Michael Jordan or Bugs Bunny in a Space Jam-themed three-on-three basketball tournament Nov.
Peter Konyndyk, Central Michigan University’s men’s club soccer president seems to know all there is to know about club sports.
After a self-funded and lengthy road trip, members of CMU’s club Ultimate Frisbee team are exhausted by the time each game they play has ended.
Creating awareness of adaptive sports is the objective of an Intramural Wheelchair Basketball Tournament beginning at 4:00 p.m.
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Several intramural sports on campus operate with rules that are designed to create gender equality among players by awarding advantages to females.
This manifests in varying degrees, but ultimately makes their contributions either mandatory or of higher consequence than that of their male counterparts, to guard them against perceived inequalities.
These guidelines are unnecessary and reinforce negative stereotypes about women competing against men in athletics.
Although these rules were put in place with good intentions, to create equality and participation among men and women in IM sports, isn't the idea that women need extra help to be equal contradictory to the meaning of equality?
Equality is not looking at an athlete less because of their gender, one needing a crutch in order to perform at the same level.
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