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The CMU volleyball team stayed at .500 after splitting games against Miami (Ohio) and Bowling Green last weekend.
The Chippewas, now 4-4 in the Mid-American Conference, opened the weekend with a five-set loss to Miami in Oxford, Ohio, but kept a balance record with a 3-1 win Saturday in Bowling Green, Ohio.
The volleyball team looks to rebound after losing consecutive matches last weekend for the first time since Aug. 28.
The CMU volleyball team lost consecutive matches for the second time this season.
The back-to-back losses, the first since Aug. 28, may prove costly since they were to Mid-American Conference opponents Western Michigan and Northern Illinois.
The volleyball team lost its second Mid-American Conference game of the season Friday, losing at Northern Illinois 3-2.
The loss was the first for the Chippewas in a five-set match.
The volleyball team has a chance to get to the top of the Mid-American Conference West division this weekend.
The volleyball team received some timely production off the bench in Saturday’s 3-0 sweep of Toledo and Friday’s 3-2 win against Ball State at Rose Arena.
Sophomore setter Catherine Ludwig entered Friday’s game with her team down two sets. After her weekend performance, Coach Erik Olson said the setter position, which Ludwig and junior setter Stephanie Budde were platooning, is Ludwig’s to defend.
The Chippewas closed out Toledo in straight sets Saturday for their third Mid-American Conference victory.
The volleyball team rallied from down two sets to win its second conference game in the fifth set.
Ball State dominated the first set 25-9 and stole the second set 27-25 before the Chippewas won the next three to clinch the match 3-2.
The CMU volleyball team returns to Rose Arena this weekend after its longest opening road trip since 1988.
CMU hosts Ball State at 7 p.m. today and Toledo at 7 p.m. Saturday in its first regular season home matches of the year.
Several people took a good look at Rose Arena on Saturday as the groundbreaking for the CMU Events Center took place.
Because for better or worse, the building soon will get a makeover.
Volleyball coach Erik Olson said he was not happy with the play of his team over the weekend.
But CMU was still able to salvage a conference win.
Central was swept in straight sets against the defending Mid-American Conference champions Ohio.
The CMU volleyball team stretched its win streak to six matches with a victory against Eastern Michigan Friday.
The volleyball team takes its five-game winning streak to Ypsilanti for its first conference match of the season at 7 p.m. today.
The volleyball team has been the top team in the Mid-American Conference in aces per set the last three years.
Staff reporter D.J. Palomares sat down with senior middle blocker Kaitlyn Hurt to find out her plans after graduation and what creeps her out the most. Hurt leads the volleyball team with 13 service aces this year. Last season, Hurt finished sixth on the team in kills (122) and second on the team in hitting percentage (.284).
The volleyball team won each match without dropping a set at the Sam Houston State Invitational Friday and Saturday.
The volleyball team will participate in the Sam Houston State Invitational with a chance to stay above .500.
CMU is coming off a three-set sweep of Illinois-Chicago and won four of its last five matches, all on the road.
The volleyball team won in Illinois-Chicago on Tuesday, taking the match in straight sets.
The team took each of the sets by a minimum of seven points and averaged over four service aces per set.
“We were extremely aggressive and we dictated the flow of the match.
Last year’s 3-2 loss to the University of Illinois-Chicago changed the volleyball team’s season.
After the defeat, the Chippewas won 11 of their next 13 matches.