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Central Michigan basketball has improved to 8-1 on the season after defeating Concordia College 97-60. In the process the Chippewas improved to 7-0 at home for the first time since a Jay Smith-led team did so to start the 2002-03 season."Concordia is a team that looked like we did a few years ago," said CMU Head Coach Keno Davis.
With no time left on the clock, Central Michigan University’s women’s basketball team still had life.CMU had one last chance trailing the University of Memphis 62-60.
Three point shooting proved to be the difference in men’s basketball’s 94-61 win over Southern Illinois University Edwardsville on Saturday.Improving to 6-1 on the young season, Central Michigan University utilized the long ball to set a team record and tie a Mid-American Conference for most 3-pointers made in a game with 20.Seven different Chippewas made at least one shot from beyond the arc against the Cougars.
Crystal Bradford, Central Michigan University women's basketball’s star guard has been suspended one game for a violation of team rules, according to a press release issued by Athletic Communications Director Rob Wyman.
Men’s basketball won its sixth game of the year in 2013 when SIU Edwardsville's potential game-winning shot rimmed out at the buzzer.
After a strong showing at the Las Vegas Tournament, Central Michigan Women’s basketball is looking to keep the momentum rolling.
Though they sit at entirely different sides of the on-the-court success spectrum, men’s basketball coach Keno Davis and women’s basketball coach Sue Guevara share at least one thing – a deep passion for Central Michigan University basketball.
Twenty four points from junior guard Chris Fowler was not enough to secure a Chippewas victory Tuesday against Bradley University in the Central Michigan University men's basketball team's first road game of the season. CMU led 14-12 early in the first half, but a 13-0 Bradley run late in the period gave the Braves the lead and eventually an 84-73 victory.
With a 79-77 victory over Grand Canyon University on Saturday night, Central Michigan University’s men’s basketball has improved to 5-0 to start the season.This is the first time the Chippewas have won five straight games to start a season since a (name) led team accomplished this in 1980-81.On Saturday night against the Antelopes, CMU faced a different kind of opponent: one that was able to put up a fight in the face of adversity."I think with our team in our first four games prior to tonight, we had found a different way to win," said Head Coach Keno Davis.
When the Central Michigan women’s basketball team’s schedule was released earlier this school year, there was no denying that the Chippewas would be tested early and often in 2014.
Gas was a dollar twenty-five a gallon, Jimmy Carter occupied the oval office and most of you who are reading this were probably not around.This was the last time a Central Michigan University men’s basketball team went 5-0 to start a season.It might not seem like a big deal or matter in the big scheme of things, especially when CMU plays their first Mid-American Conference game later this year.
After winning its fifth straight game at McGuirk Arena, the Central Michigan University men’s basketball team is getting comfortable at home.Not since 1916 have the Chippewas played more home games to start a season than the five they’ve hosted to start 2014.
It was a special Thanksgiving break for Central Michigan University’s women’s basketball team as the Chippewas went undefeated at theSouth Point Thanksgiving Shootout in Las Vegas.
Central Michigan men’s basketball has improved to 5-0 for the first time since the 1980-81 season with a 79-77 victory over Grand Canyon University on Saturday night.While the Chippewas maintained the lead for a majority of the game, the Antelopes stayed within striking distance until the very end.Despite the closely contested score throughout, it was CMU who would eventually emerge victorious.Junior guard Chris Fowler led all CMU scorers with 26 points.
LAS VEGAS-- Topping Oregon 73-67, the Central Michigan University women's basketball team finished its weekend trip to the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout undefeated.
While many students could smell the aroma of Thanksgiving turkey Thursday morning, the Central Michigan University men’s basketball team was practicing at McGuirk Arena, preparing for a 6 p.m.
LAS VEGAS-- Senior forward Jas'Mine Bracey pulled down two key rebounds and hit the game-sealing free-throws in the Central Michigan University women's basketball team's 61-56 win over Richmond to open the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout with a victory. The loss moves CMU to 2-1 on the season and handed the Spiders their first loss of 2014. After trailing for most of the game, the Chippewas grabbed their first lead midway through the second half on senior point guard Jessica Green's assist to Lorreal Jones. Bracey's pair of clutch free-throws put the CMU women up 59-56 with 20 seconds remaining. Richmond missed a 3-point attempt on its ensuing trip down the court and Bracey pulled down the rebound, which secured CMU's tournament-opening victory. The Chippewas will turn their attention next to the University of Oregon.
For the second time in 34 years, the Central Michigan men’s basketball team is undefeated after four games.The Chippewas blew out Maine and Arkansas-Pine Bluff Friday and Sunday in the Central Michigan Tournament, winning by an average of 30 points.CMU shot 15-for-33 from the 3-point line Sunday, being one 3-point attempt and one 3-point make away from tying program records for most 3-point attempts and makes in a single game.“When you’re making those shots, you’re ok with them continuing to fire away,” said Head Coach Keno Davis.
With three seconds left in the game, Jessica Green took what she hoped was the game-tying 3-pointer for the Central Michigan University women’s basketball team.
Central Michigan men’s basketball coach Keno Davis needed his Serbian players, freshmen Milos Cabarkapa and Filip Medjo, to help pronounce the name of Maine’s Serbian, Zarko Valjarevic.Davis needed junior guard and co-captain Rayshawn Simmons to guard him in CMU's 76-48 win over Maine Friday night at McGuirk Arena. Valjarevic came into Friday as Maine’s leading scorer, shooting 50 percent from the 3-point line this year.“Coach put a lot of pressure on me in practice about guarding this guy,” Simmons said.