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Softball advances in MAC tournament with 9-5 win against Ohio

(05/12/10 4:15pm)

The Central Michigan softball team scored four runs in the fifth inning and four more in the sixth to defeat Ohio 9-5 Wednesday in the first round of the Mid-American Conference tournament at Firestone Stadium in Akron, Ohio. CMU (27-17) advances in the winners bracket to play No. 1 seed Kent State at 1:30 p.m. Thursday.



Softball loses both games of doubleheader against MAC-leading Kent State

(05/02/10 4:15pm)

A day after falling out of first place in the Mid-American Conference West Division, the Central Michigan softball team lost both games of a doubleheader Saturday against Kent State in Kent, Ohio. The Chippewas lost to the conference-leading Golden Flashes (28-17, 15-3 MAC) 9-1 in six innings and 4-2, respectively.


Softball splits doubleheader against Buffalo, remains tied for first atop MAC West

(05/01/10 5:59pm)

It took 12 innings for Buffalo to beat the CMU softball team in the second game of a doubleheader Friday to split the two-game series. CMU shut out its opponents 7-0 in the first game before losing the second 4-3 to stand tied with Ball State for first place in the Mid-American Conference West Division.








Jonker earns 1,000th career win in game vs. Michigan State

(04/23/10 5:30am)

CMU Softball Coach Margo Jonker stood by her team as she received a standing ovation Thursday in front of more than 1,000 fans at Margo Jonker stadium. The team’s 5-1 victory against Michigan State marked a career milestone for Jonker, as she won her 1,000th game, just the 10th coach in Division I softball history to reach the mark.





LIFE IN BRIEF: Ross testifies to State House subcommittee on higher education

(04/21/10 4:00am)

University President George Ross testified Monday to the Michigan House subcommittee on higher education appropriations. Ross said CMU’s current state appropriations are equal to those in 1999 and that CMU receives the fourth least state appropriations for public universities despite being the fourth largest one. Saginaw Valley State University President Eric Gilbertson also testified before the subcommittee.