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After failing to live up to preseason expectations of playing in the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament, the Central Michigan lacrosse team wrapped up its inaugural season Sunday, May 1.The Chippewas collected their second conference win over Howard Friday, April 29, and fell to second seed Old Dominion 17-8 the following Sunday.
Before she became a part of Central Michigan lacrosse’s inaugural team, freshman midfielder Logan Halvorson helped establish another program in her hometown of Lakeville, Minnesota.As an eighth grader, Halvorson, who played on Lakeville High School’s varsity lacrosse team for five seasons, was one of the founding members of the school’s lacrosse program.
The Central Michigan lacrosse team dropped its last game of its inaugural season Sunday at home, falling to Old Dominion 17-8.Freshman goalkeeper Dominique Hamman recorded 14 saves, increasing her overall record to 117 saves in the 2016 season.“A lot of the saves are credited to the defense,” Hamman said.
Freshman midfielder Jocelyne Lemay is the first player in Central Michigan lacrosse program history to reach the 30-goal plateau.The Peterborough, Ontario, native scored four goals to lead the Chippewas to a 11-5 victory over Howard, who has yet to win a game this season.CMU improves to 6-9 and 2-6 in the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Five Central Michigan Life sports writers show their final staff predictions of the spring semester.
With one week of classes remaining this semester, spring has arrived in Mount Pleasant. But Central Michigan's spring athletic teams are in the hunt to punch a bid to conference tournaments.Three of CMU's teams — softball, baseball and lacrosse — are all on the bubble, fighting for a spot in the postseason.
After holding a three-point lead over Mercer in the first half, the Central Michigan lacrosse team allowed eight goals in the second half and scored once. The Chippewas slipped to 1-5 in the Atlantic Sun Conference and 5-9 overall.
After picking up its first conference win against Stetson Sunday, the Central Michigan lacrosse team lost at Kennesaw State Friday.The Chippewas, now 1-4 in the Atlantic Sun Conference and 5-8 overall, fell 13-9 to the Owls at Fifth Third Bank Stadium.
Five Central Michigan Life sports writers give their picks for CMU baseball, softball, lacrosse and give insight on this weekend's Golf Mid-American Conference Championships.
Twenty-five freshmen from California to Canada — including five from Michigan — arrived on Central Michigan’s campus in August 2015 to build the foundation for women’s lacrosse.The roster has players from 15 states and one Canadian province.CMU announced the addition of women’s lacrosse in 2012.
Freshman midfielder Jocelyn Lemay scored the game-winning goal in overtime, giving the Central Michigan lacrosse team (5-7, 1-3 Atlantic Sun) its first conference win in program history against Stetson on Sunday.With two minutes to play, the Hatters scored four goals to tie the game 10-10. Lemay scored less than a minute into the sudden-death overtime, leaving Stetson players to walk off the field in tears as the Chippewas celebrated. It was Lemay's 28th goal in the 2016 season.
The Central Michigan lacrosse team was unable to stop the defending Atlantic Sun Conference champion Jacksonville Friday in its third conference game of the season.CMU fell to JU 18-4, scoring three times in the first half and once in the second. The Dolphins (10-4, 5-0 A-Sun) have never lost an A-Sun game in their four-year existence in the conference.
The ceremony started with a drum song and a smudging of the field.
Five Central Michigan Life sports writers give their predictions for CMU sporting events this weekend, along with the Detroit Tigers' weekend series against Houston.
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe will perform a ceremonial blessing of the field at the Soccer/Lacrosse Csdf before Central Michigan welcomes Jacksonville at 6 p.m.
In its final non-conference game of the year, Central Michigan Lacrosse ended its four-game losing streak with a 14-7 victory at Presbyterian Tuesday. Summer Abdalla led the Chippewas with three goals and two assists.
In its second Atlantic Sun Conference matchup, Central Michigan lacrosse lost 16-11 to Furman in Greenville, N.C.
At the start of my second semester as a sports writer for Central Michigan Life, I gladly took the opportunity to cover the fastest growing women’s sport at the collegiate level — lacrosse.In December 2012, Central Michigan announced the addition of women’s lacrosse along with women’s golf in an effort to provide equitable athletics participation for both men and women and remain compliant with Title IX.I was more than excited to shine some light on this young, diverse group of student-athletes. Lacrosse Head Coach, CMU alumna Sara Tisdale, traveled across the country and Canada to recruit 25 freshmen and one sophomore to the roster by January 2015 — a year before the team's inaugural season.I was surprised by the scheduling of the first home games — the first two during spring break and the third scheduled on Easter.