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The CMU men’s basketball team will try to beat the University of Illinois-Chicago for the first time under coach Ernie Zeigler at 7 p.m. today at Rose Arena.
Zeigler is stressing a better defensive presence and rebounding effort against UIC after giving up an uncharacteristic 70 points per game through the team’s first two games.
The CMU women’s basketball team will play a non-conference game in the state of Illinois for the second time in a week.
It plays Illinois at 8 tonight in Champaign, Ill.
The men’s basketball team won its first game of the season Monday, defeating Ferris State 82-69 in Rose Arena.
Senior guard Robbie Harman led the team with 18 points and seven steals. Junior Jalin Thomas scored 10 points and had a team-leading 12 rebounds.
CMU men’s basketball coach Ernie Zeigler commented before Saturday’s game about how much better Princeton is since last year’s 55-53 victory to open the season.
The CMU women’s basketball team picked up right where it left off last season in terms of offensive production.
A late rally by the men’s basketball team was not enough Saturday in Rose Arena.
The team opened its season with a 71-68 loss to Princeton.
The CMU men’s basketball team will face a familiar foe when it opens its regular season Saturday.
For the second consecutive season, the Chippewas will open their season against Princeton. The game starts at noon in Rose Arena.
Jalisa Olive could not ask for a better homecoming.
The freshman guard was named the starting point guard for the CMU women’s basketball team as it starts the regular season at 9 p.m. today at DePaul. DePaul, a member of the Big East Conference, is in Chicago, Olive’s hometown.
The CMU women’s basketball team will open the 2009-10 regular season in Chicago.
It will play DePaul of the Big East Conference at 9 p.m. Friday and 8 p.m. Nov. 18 in Champaign, Ill., against Big Ten foe Illinois.
Freshmen Stefanie and Rachel Mauk are twin sisters from Lima, Ohio, and were three-time first-team all-conference honorees at Bath High School.
The CMU men’s basketball program will start the season with significant injuries for the second consecutive season.
Junior guard Amir Rashid will have surgery on his knee today to fix an unspecified injury. Coach Ernie Zeigler said the team fill find out how long he is out once the surgery is complete.
Kathy McGee wanted to play on the basketball team when she first came to Central Michigan University.
She could not because of a conflicting scholarship. But more than 30 years later, McGee has had a chance to be a part of CMU basketball.
Most exhibition games involve tweaking small problems before the regular season.
Junior guard Jalin Thomas was making a major adjustment.
A balanced scoring attack led the men’s basketball team against Indiana-South Bend 70-42 Saturday in Rose Arena.
Six players scored at least seven points in the team’s exhibition win.
Junior forward Marko Spica’s 13 and eight rebounds lead the Chippewas.
The CMU men’s basketball team has one more chance to prepare for its season opener next week.
For their final exhibition game, the Chippewas play Indiana University-South Bend at noon Saturday at Rose Arena.
It was not supposed to go the way it did last season for the CMU men’s basketball program and coach Ernie Zeigler.
The men’s basketball team introduces seven new players after a season filled with injuries and depth problems and an offseason filled with departures.
During the offseason, the team graduated center Marcus Van and Ryan Thomas, let go of junior forward Jacolby Hardiman and had Jeremy Allen, Lawrence Bridges, Adrian Hunter and William Eddie all leave on mutual terms.
Senior forward Chris Kellermann was on his way to his personal-best season last year — before it all went wrong.
Kellermann broke his foot, ending his season just seven games in, after averaging a career-best 14.4 points per game and 5.6 rebounds per game.
Another starter will miss time from the starting lineup on the CMU men’s basketball team after a season ravaged by injuries.
Junior guard Antonio Weary is expected to miss four to six weeks after fracturing the second metatarsal bone in his left hand Sunday during the second half of the team’s 85-38 exhibition win over Marygrove.
The CMU men’s basketball team began its season with a win Sunday against Marygrove College at Rose Arena.
The Chippewas built a lead that grew to as many as 49 points en route to the 85-38 exhibition victory.