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Chippewas without leading scorer as soccer battles with Kent State on Friday, Ohio on Sunday

(10/12/16 9:14pm)

Central Michigan sophomore forward Alexis Pelafas has a chance to put her name in the CMU record books this season, but she'll only have one opportunity this weekend.Pelafas' 13 goals leaves her one away from tying the CMU all-time regular season goals record that was set by Allison Campbell during the 2001 season.

Pelafas scores 12th goal as soccer tops Toledo

(10/06/16 7:12pm)

Heading into the season, many people expected senior midfielder Eliza Van de Kerkhove to lead the team to the Mid-American Conference Tournament. Instead, sophomore forward Alexis Pelafas has taken over that roll.Pelafas scored her 12th goal of the season Thursday as the Central Michigan women's soccer team (11-1-1, 3-1-1 MAC) defeated the Toledo Rockets (6-6-1, 1-3-1 MAC) 3-0 in the first of two weekend games for the Chippewas. Today also marked the first time senior forward Samantha Maher played in a game since Sept.

Soccer shows grit in back-to-back double OT games over weekend

(10/02/16 8:37pm)

Having played 215 minutes of soccer in two double overtime matches this weekend, Central Michigan soccer has made one thing clear — it has grit.The Chippewas (10-1-1, 2-1-1 Mid-American Conference) beat Miami (OH) 1-0 in double overtime on Friday and tied Ball State 0-0 in double overtime on Sunday.Grit and character, head coach Peter McGahey said, is exactly what his team displayed during the past two games. "I'm really proud of our performance and (the team's) effort and grittiness, overcoming an overtime game on Friday night," he said. "Ball St.

Pelafas scores in double overtime to push soccer past Miami (Oh)

(09/30/16 10:04pm)

Another game, another game-winning goal for Alexis Pelafas. This time it was Miami (Ohio) who fell victim to the sophomore's clutch scoring. With four minutes left in the second overtime period, Pelafas received a pass from junior Savannah Beetcher in the right corner of the box with a defender draped over her right shoulder.Pelafas boxed out the RedHawk defender, spun around and scored to give the Chippewas the 1-0 win.

Soccer earns first MAC win against Broncos

(09/25/16 3:50pm)

After falling behind 1-0 against Western Michigan on Sunday, the Central Michigan soccer team scored two second-half goals to beat the Broncos and earn its first Mid-American Conference win of the season.Sophomore forward Alexis Pelafas scored the equalizer in the 60th minute and freshman Marle Bringard scored the game-winning goal 10 minutes later. Pelafas' goal gives her 10 this season, tying her for second nationally in total goals.