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Still in search of its first win of the 2014 season, the
Central Michigan University Field Hockey team hosts Virginia
Commonwealth University (1-2) today.The Chippewas have been seeing extra reps inside the circle
after a lackluster performance in that area of play through the
Chippewas first several games.
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With field hockey’s season wrapping up, it heads into the post-season play and remains hopeful for a Mid-American Conference championship.
The Chippewas spend two of their last three games at their home field, which is only the third time they have played there all season.
Now, one might think that having such a short home season a team could be lacking in areas because of all the traveling.
Yes, traveling can be stressful.
Michigan State took down the field hockey team 1-0 in East Lansing today with a late goal.
The Chippewas were on defense for most of the game, as the Spartans took six times the amount of shots as CMU.
Women's field hockey will battle Ohio on the Bobcats' home turf at 1 p.m. Saturday in Athens, Ohio, hoping to gain momentum after tough losses last weekend.
The Chippewas, who now stands 4-8 overall and 1-1 in the Mid-American Conference, hope to boost their record in conference play.
How do you stop a team from scoring? Have a defense that allows only three shots.
This is exactly what the field hockey team did Saturday afternoon when it beat Ball State, 1-0, to start Mid-American Conference play.
“Our team took what we worked on in practice this week and really did what we asked," said head coach Cristy Freese.
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True freshman Anne Middeldorp has climbed up the field hockey lineup rather quickly this season.
The midfielder did not receive any playing time in three of Central Michigan’s first four games. Since then, head coach Cristy Freese moved her into the starting lineup against Miami (Ohio) and then-No.
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."