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The Central Michigan softball team opened up its home schedule with a win against the Valparaiso Crusaders, with a final score of 10-1 in five innings in a mercy-rule victory. The Chippewas jumped out to an early lead by scoring two runs in the first inning on four hits.
The Central Michigan softball team will play its first game of the season at Margo Jonker Stadium on Tuesday at 2 p.m.
Like many other students on campus, members of the Central Michigan softball team traveled south during spring break. The Chippewas traveled to Clearwater, Florida to take part in the University of South Florida Softball Series where they played 13 games in nine days. CMU managed a 7-6 record that reflected some of the inconsistencies the team dealt with over the course of its trip.
Central Michigan softball played in its last game of the Mary Nutter Classic on Sunday, falling to the Arkansas, 12-4. Junior pitcher Rachael Knapp took the loss for CMU, surrendering seven runs on nine hits over 3 2/3 innings pitched.
The Chippewas upset No. 9 Arizona 4-1 on Saturday behind a 12-strikeout performance from junior pitcher Rachael Knapp.Central Michigan softball (4-5 overall) traveled to Palm Springs, California to take part in the Mary Nutter Classic, facing off against three Top 25 opponents this weekend.
Central Michigan softball won the Mercer Invitational Tournament this weekend in Macon, Georgia. The Chippewas were able to turn around a 0-2 start by winning three straight games over the final two days of the tournament. After losing to the Pittsburgh in the opening game, CMU got a shot at redemption in the championship round.
Just over a month into the 2015 fall season, two things are apparent for Central Michigan softball; they have experience and they have youth.The question this fall for 36 year Head Coach Margo Jonker is how the two extremes will find an equilibrium come spring.Eleven incoming freshmen will play their first collegiate softball this season for CMU, but Jonker said the influx of newcomers is creating the right kind of competition on her team.“A lot of people will be pushing last year’s starters for a starting spot,” Jonker said.
For the first time this fall, the Central Michigan softball team will play at home in Margo Jonker Stadium Wednesday and Thursday.The team will play one 10 inning game against Northwood, Wednesday, and 10 innings against Saginaw Valley, Thursday.Both games will begin at 4 p.m.
Three of Central Michigan University’s spring sports teams will be in action over the weekend as the fall portion of their 2015-2016 schedule kicks off.Golf CMU’s women’s golf team will travel south to Michigan State University this weekend for the 32nd annual Mary Fossum Invitational, at Forest Akers in East Lansing. The invitational begins with shotgun starts Saturday at 9 a.m.
Central Michigan University softball kicked off the Mid-American Conference Touranment with a shutout victory over rival Western Michigan University.
The road to regionals just got a lot tougher for Central Michigan University softball.The Chippewas erased a 2-0 Cardinal lead with runs in the fourth and sixth inning and put the potential game-winning runner on second with two outs in the bottom of the seventh, but couldn’t steal the win Friday.With two outs in the top of the eight inning, BSU’s Selena Reyna was hit by a pitch from sophomore pitcher Rachael Knapp.
Two down, two to go for Central Michigan University softball.Sophomore Rachael Knapp threw her second complete-game shutout of the 2015 Mid-American Conference Tournament as No.
Backed behind a complete game shutout by sophomore pitcher Rachael Knapp, No. 4 Central Michigan University softball will advance to the next round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Two clutch Bowling Green State University home runs spoiled Central Michigan University softball’s senior day Sunday as it dropped the regular season finale 3-2 to the Falcons in nine innings.After leading for the first five innings, CMU relinquished the lead and failed to recapture it despite having chances to do so.“I’m very disappointed in the outcome of the game,” said Head Coach Margo Jonker.
The Central Michigan University softball team split a home series with the University of Toledo Friday at Joker Marchant Stadium.The Rockets were able to take the first game 2-0, while the Chippewas bounced back in game two to win 7-4.After Friday’s action, CMU is now 24-20 overall and 11-7 in Mid-American Conference play.Game One: Toledo 2, CMU 0It was a pitcher’s duel throughout, with each team scoreless through six innings.
Playing its final non-conference game of the season on Wednesday, Central Michigan University’s softball team defeated Michigan State University 3-1 at Margo Jonker Stadium.At 23-19 and 10-6 in the Mid-American Conference, CMU is tied for third in the conference’s west division with Northern Illinois and Western Michigan.“It’s always good to beat in-state rivals,” said Head Coach Margo Jonker.
Quality pitching and timely hitting helpe Central Michigan University’s softball team to a 4-3 victory as they swept rival Western Michigan University in a doubleheader on Friday.With the win the Chippewas’ record is 21-18 and 8-5 in the Mid-American Conference.
Margo Jonker’s Central Michigan University softball team is now on the final home stretch of its season.
Playing on the road is a difficult task for any sports team, whether at the collegiate or professional level.This remains true for Central Michigan University’s softball team, which is set to take on a pair of Mid-American Conference opponents on the road this weekend.The women will play a double header at rival Western Michigan University at 1:05 p.m.
A weekend of subpar hitting made the Central Michigan University softball team give the University at Buffalo the school’s first Mid-American Conference win of the 2015 season.CMU got out to a strong start in game one on Saturday winning 5-3 behind Rachael Knapp’s complete game performance, but fell 4-2 in the second matchup.