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In today’s society many of our student-athletes put the athlete aspect before schooling. The pressure to succeed on the field has become almost as important, if not more important, than what the athletes do off the field. For field hockey midfielder Paulina Lee, her list of off-field activities is inconceivable. One wouldn’t believe she had time for her sport based on her resume.
Sophomore Erin Dye led the Central Michigan offense with a team-best seven goals and 16 points. Her 66 shots and 3.30 shots per game were both ranked fifth in the Mid-American Conference.
There aren’t too many higher honors than representing your native country in the sporting world. Central Michigan freshman Simone Lazar has been selected to receive such an honor as a reserve for the Canadian junior national field hockey team. “When we recruited her, one of Simone’s questions was could she still pursue her aspiration to join the Canadian national team, and we’re very supportive of what she does,” said CMU head coach Cristy Freese.
Kent State gymnastics head coach Bruce Biggin was publicly reprimanded Tuesday by the Mid-American Conference for public remarks critical of judging following Saturday's meet against CMU. According to a statement by the conference, "The criticism is in violation of the Mid-American Conference's sportsmanship bylaws."
CMU field hockey finished fourth in the Mid-American Conference Friday with a 6-14 record.
Forward Debbie Bell lead the way with two goals and an assist as Kent State knocked Central Michigan out of the Mid-American Conference tournament Friday with a 4-2 victory at the CMU Field Hockey Complex.
The Central Michigan field hockey team will move on to the second round of the Mid-American Conference tournament for the fourth consecutive season.
Staff Reporter Justin Hicks breaks down the rest of the field in the 2010 Mid-American Conference field hockey tournament, to be held Thursday through Saturday at the CMU Field Hockey Complex in Mount Pleasant.
Ending the season with a 3-1 victory over Ball State was enough to move Central Michigan to the fourth spot in the Mid-American Conference heading into the conference tournament.
The Central Michigan field hockey team closed out the regular season in a desirable fashion. In its last game of the season, the team used a pair of penalty corner goals from sophomore Erin Dye to beat Ball State 3-1 Sunday in Muncie, Ind.
The field hockey team played its last game of the regular season Sunday. Following a 3-1 victory against Ball State in Muncie, Ind., CMU improved to 5-13 and 3-7 in the Mid-American Conference.
Despite holding its opponent scoreless at half, the Central Michigan field hockey team was held scoreless themselves and lost 3-0 against Miami Saturday in Oxford, Ohio.
The Central Michigan field hockey team looks to crash a pair of “senior day” games this weekend to wrap up the regular season.
The Central Michigan field hockey team was outscored 11-1 this weekend in its losses to Ohio and Kent State.
The Central Michigan field hockey team continued its offensive struggles Saturday, losing 3-0 against Ohio at Pruitt Field in Athens, Ohio.