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Three members of the Central Michigan volleyball team were named to the All-Tournament team to close out a perfect 3-0 weekend at the Army Invitational.
The Central Michigan volleyball team will kick off their season August 25 at the Army Invitational in West Point, NY.
As incoming freshman, returning students and visitors flock to Mount Pleasant for Welcome Weekend, some of Central Michigan University's student athletes will sport their maroon and gold on volleyball courts and soccer fields in New York, Pennsylvania and Oakland. Friday marks the beginning of a new season for Central Michigan volleyball and field hockey.
Central Michigan Volleyball kicked off the 2017 season this evening with an exhibition loss against Ferris State University 3-1.The Bulldogs won the first two sets 25-23 and 25-17 respectively.
After being swept by Western Michigan Friday, the Central Michigan volleyball team finished its Mid-American conference road trip with a 3-1 loss at Northern Illinois on Saturday night.With two games left in the regular season, the Chippewas (9-17, 3-11 MAC) are tied with Eastern Michigan for ninth place in the MAC.
Representing Central Michigan, junior outside hitter Jordan Bueter was named to the All-Mid-American Conference Volleyball Team on Wednesday.The South Bend, Ind.
Central Michigan Volleyball has added three new members today after head coach Mike Gawlik announced their National Letter of Intents.The signees include two Illinois natives, setter Grace Butler and middle blocker Miani Bolden.
Following Saturday's dramatic five-set win over Ohio in the final match of the season, head coach Mike Gawlik stressed that as satisfying as the win was, there was much work to still be done. "Satisfied?
Prior to Saturday's matchup against Ohio, knowledge of Western Michigan's win over Toledo earlier in day was scarce among the Central Michigan Volleyball team.The win meant that Western had officially clinched a spot in the Mid-American Conference tournament, a spot that CMU could've clinched with a win against Ohio and a Western loss.
Dropping to ninth place in the Mid-American Conference, the Central Michigan volleyball team struggled to find its rhythm Friday when Western Michigan swept the Chippewas, 25-19, 25-18, 25-12 at University Arena.Head Coach Mike Gawlik said the Chippewas struggled to string points together as the Broncos kept a consistent rhythm."We're disappointed as a group," he said.
Near the end of the 2015 season, the Central Michigan volleyball team fell to Western Michigan on Oct.
After dropping a five-set heartbreaker to Ball State to end last weekend 0-2, the Central Michigan volleyball team will head to Kalamazoo and DeKalb this weekend for matches against Western Michigan and Northern Illinois.The Chippewas and the Broncos sit in a three-way tie with Eastern Michigan — all 3-9 in the Mid-American Conference — for the eighth place slot in the league.
Following Saturday's heart-breaking 3-2 loss to Ball State, head coach Mike Gawlik wanted to continue to dwell on the positives."Start to finish, I think we had the best fight that I've seen out of this group all year," Gawlik said.
For freshman standout middle blocker Jayla Wesley, the transition from high school to collegiate volleyball was a nerve-racking one."It's so much different," Wesley said.
Midway through the third set, the Chippewas' dominant early performance gave them a 17-14 lead in the set and a commanding 2-0 in the match.
After dropping its first two sets, the Central Michigan volleyball team rallied in set three, but fell short, 32-30, against Toledo on Thursday at McGuirk Arena.The Rockets defeated the Chippewas, 25-17 and 25-13 in sets one and two.
With six games left in the regular season, the Central Michigan volleyball team will begin its final stretch this weekend at home with matches against Toledo and Ball State.The Chippewas (9-13 overall) sit in a three-way tie with Eastern Michigan and Western Michigan for eighth place in the Mid-American Conference.
After losing three straight matches against Kent State, Miami and Bowling Green, Central Michigan won their first match in over two weeks against Buffalo 3-2.I
Each of the Central Michigan volleyball team's top four outside hitters can launch a volleyball between 50-70 miles per hour on average.