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A convincing 15-0 win at Toledo Sunday guaranteed the
Central Michigan baseball team a share of its second Mid-American Conference
West Division title in three seasons and seventh in program history.The Chippewas earned their first shut out win of the season
with sophomore right-hander Dazon Cole on the mound.
After nearly pitching his third complete game of the season
on Sunday, freshman left-hander Tyler Hankins returned to the mound for the
Central Michigan baseball team Saturday at Toledo.Following a 4-1 win in the series opener Friday, Hankins and
the Chippewas came up short in game two, 11-7 to the Rockets.
After taking two of three games against Northern Illinois
over the weekend, the Central Michigan baseball team prepared for a quick
turnaround to play No. 16 Michigan for the second time this season.
The Chippewas struck first in the third inning, but the
Wolverines responded with a three-run fourth inning on their way to a 4-2
victory Tuesday night in Ann Arbor at the Wilpon Complex.
After a pair of offensive slugfests in games one and two,
the Central Michigan baseball team won on the backs of its pitching staff
Sunday.Tyler Hankins nearly pitched his third complete game of the
season as the freshman left-hander led the Chippewas to a 3-1 victory over
Northern Illinois in the final game of the series at Theunissen Stadium.
Steve Jaksa’s message was loud and clear following Friday’s
18-6 blowout defeat to Northern Illinois: Move on to the next one.After suffering its worst loss in Mid-American Conference
play this season and third loss in four games, the Central Michigan baseball
coach wasn’t interested in dwelling on Friday’s outcome, but rather Saturday’s
game, which he said the team “had to win”. His players appeared to receive that message as the
Chippewas looked like the team that started MAC play 8-0.
After losing two of three games at Kent State last weekend,
the Central Michigan baseball team returned to Theunissen Stadium Friday, one
game out of first place in the Mid-American Conference.The Northern Illinois Huskies, however, spoiled the
homecoming, defeating CMU 18-6.
A new year brought in new faces, milestones and downfalls for Central Michigan athletics.After returning from Miami without a bowl game win and a 6-7 season record, the football team’s next endeavor during the offseason was to replace star quarterback Cooper Rush.Starting 50 consecutive games in his four-year career, Rush became the second highest passer in Mid-American Conference history, throwing for 12,894 yards and 90 touchdowns in his tenure with the Chippewas.
Before this weekend, Kent State and Central Michigan were tied for first in the Mid-American Conference. Taking two of the three-game series against Kent State, CMU moves to number one the MAC.
Before the Central Michigan baseball team takes the field, junior right-handed pitcher Colton Bradley inspirits his teammates with a backflip to close the team meeting.
After a come from behind victory at Oakland on Wednesday, the Central Michigan baseball team traveled to Kent, Ohio Friday to take on the Golden Flashes for the first of a three-game series.
The favorite to win the Mid-American Conference may be decided this weekend in a three-game series with the Central Michigan baseball team and Kent State. CMU sits atop the MAC West Division with a 10-2 record in conference play.
Two two-run homers in the sixth inning lifted the Central Michigan baseball team to a 8-4 win over Oakland in a midweek non conference matchup. The win propels CMU's record to 22-18 on the year, keeping a 10-2 record in the Mid-American Conference.
Daniel Jipping's two home runs and seven runs batted in lifted the Central Michigan baseball team to a 8-2 win over Bowling Green today.Today's win lifts the Chippewas' record to 21-18 on the year and 10-2 in the Mid-American Conference.
In a game that turned into a pitcher’s duel Central Michigan
baseball came up short falling 3-2 to Bowling Green State University.“It was a tough loss across the board for us” Head coach
Steve Jaksa said.The loss moves the team’s record to 20-18 on the season and
9-2 in the Mid-American Conference, where they still sit in first place in the
MAC West Division.Freshman Tyler Hankins had the start for the Chippewas.
Hankins took the loss despite having a quality start going six and a third
innings, giving up three earned runs and striking out two batters.He threw well for us today and did a good job keeping us in
the game” Jaksa said. “I am proud of the
way our pitchers pitched in the game today”Freshman Zach Kohn came in relief for the last inning and
two thirds giving up zero runs on one hit.“I am proud of the way our pitchers pitched in the game
today” Jaksa said.After two innings of scoreless baseball, Bowling Green
scored the game’s first run with a RBI single.Bowling Green would extend the lead to 3-0 in the fourth
with a two run double.The Chippewas would cut the lead to one in the seventh
scoring two runs.
Following its first back-to-back loss stretch since March
24, the Central Michigan baseball team traveled to Bowling Green, Ohio Friday
for the first of a three-game series with the Falcons.Locked in a defensive stalemate in the top of the 13th
inning, sophomore Jason Sullivan ripped a single up the middle to bring home
freshman Zach Gilles to give the Chippewas an 8-7 lead. Junior Colton Bradley came on for his third-straight shutout inning in the bottom of the 13th and got the win as CMU improved to 20-17 on the season and 9-1 in the
Mid-American Conference, where is sits in first place in the MAC West Division. Bradley allowed no hits in his three innings pitched. Sophomore right-handed pitcher Dazon Cole got the start for
the Chippewas and went four innings, allowing five runs on six hits and two
A five-run third inning blew open a scoreless game Tuesday
night as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish stormed past the Central Michigan baseball
team, 8-3 at the Clash at Comerica in Detroit.Sophomore right-handed pitcher Michael Brettell (5-2) got
the start for the Chippewas and was pulled after the third inning in which the
first six batters reached base.
After a five-run third inning, Notre Dame was able to take the lead and keep it against the Central Michigan baseball team in the annual Clash at Comerica.With the 8-2 loss, CMU falls to 19-17 on the year, keeping an 8-1 record in the Mid-American Conference.
For the first time in the past six seasons, the Central Michigan baseball team will play Notre Dame in the annual Clash at Comerica. Clash at Comerica is an opportunity for different colleges to play baseball in Comerica Park.
Entering on one of its best starts in Mid-American
Conference history, the Central Michigan baseball team showed some cracks in
the armor Sunday afternoon.The Chippewas — who won the first two games of the series — came
in riding its first 8-0 conference start since the 2013-14 season, but were
dominated by rival Western Michigan in an 11-2 thumping at Theunissen Stadium.Central Michigan falls to 19-16 overall, but remains in
first place in the West Division at 8-1.
Nine innings pitched from starting left-handed pitcher Tyler Hankins and help on offense resulted in a 10-4 win for the Central Michigan baseball team to stay undefeated in the Mid-American Conference in the second of a three-game series against Western Michigan.On a windy day at Theunissen Stadium, CMU stays undefeated in conference play with a 8-0 record, and improves their overall record to 19-15 on the season.After giving up two runs in the top of the first inning, left-handed pitcher Tyler Hankins got some help on offense when CMU loaded the bases on a two-out rally.