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Baseball beats Kent State to take sole possession of first in MAC West

(04/17/10 3:18am)

The Central Michigan baseball team racked up 19 hits and used an early lead to beat Kent State 11-7 Friday at Schoonover Stadium in Kent, Ohio. With the win, CMU (19-12, 9-1 MAC) moves into sole possession of first place in the Mid-American Conference West Division after Toledo lost to Bowling Green 20-15

Fourth consecutive comeback bid falls short, baseball loses 5-3 against Illinois-Chicago

(04/14/10 10:20pm)

Two runs in each of the first two innings allowed Illinois-Chicago to defeat the Central Michigan baseball team 5-3 Wednesday at Les Miller Field in Chicago. Junior right-hander Bryce Morrow (1-2) took the loss for CMU, allowing four earned runs on five hits in six innings pitched. Illinois-Chicago took an early 2-0 lead on one hit in the first inning after Morrow walked the first two batters he faced.

Timely hitting in late innings proves to be the difference for baseball team

(04/12/10 5:15am)

Timely hitting proved to be the difference Sunday as the CMU baseball team completed a three-game sweep of Mid-American Conference opponent Akron. Trailing 8-4 while heading into the ninth inning, coach Steve Jaksa made a decision to pinch hit for senior Ricky Clark (.304 average) and junior Robbie Harman. The two infielders had struggled offensively, combining to go 1-for-6.

Finding a home: Jordan Adams choose Central Michigan after Northern Iowa baseball program collapses

(04/09/10 6:00am)

A text message lit up freshman Jordan Adams’ phone in February 2009 while he competed in the Iowa state high school wrestling tournament. It was Steve James, coach of the Iowa Select club team, asking if he had heard the news: the University of Northern Iowa, where the 6-foot-3, 215 pound catcher committed to play baseball for just four months prior, was considering ending its baseball program amid budget concerns.