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Deeg pitches complete-game shutout as Chippewas stay alive in MAC Tournament

(05/26/16 1:12pm)

After dropping its first game of the Mid-American Conference Tournament to the No. 3 seed Miami Redhawks 10-5, the Central Michigan baseball team kept its season alive defeating the No. 2 seed Ball State Cardinals 4-0 on Thursday in Avon, Ohio.Starting pitcher Nick Deeg pitched arguably his best performance of the season as the junior earned a complete game shutout for the Chippewas.


Quick Glance: With the MAC Tournament starting Wednesday, here's a look at CMU baseball's regular-season stats

(05/25/16 1:34am)

Overall: 21-35Conference: 12-12Home: 12-7 Away: 6-20Neutral: 3-8Batting Average Leaders:Zach McKinstry — .342Daniel Jipping — .308Alex Borglin — .283Ryan Heeke — .275Dazon Cole — .252Hit Leaders:Zach McKinstry — 76Tie: Alex Borglin, Daniel Jipping — 62Jason Sullivan — 45Daniel Robinson — 44 Scoring Leaders:Daniel Jipping — 42Zach McKinstry — 39Alex Borglin — 30Daniel Robinson — 29Jason Sullivan — 22Home Run Leaders:Daniel Jipping — 6Tie: Six batters  1Earned Run Average Leaders:Jordan Grosjean — 3.21Patrick Leatherman — 3.72Nick Deeg — 4.35Sean Renzi — 4.36Wins:Sean Renzi — 5Tie: Jordan Grosjean, Nick Deeg — 3Tie: Four pitchers — 2Strike Out Leaders:Nick Deeg — 78Sean Renzi — 71Jordan Grosjean — 52Patrick Leatherman — 42Michael Brettell — 30Fielding Error Leaders:Zach McKinstry — 17Joe Houlihan — 15Jason Sullivan — 8Robert Greenman — 6Tie: Two fielders — 4TEAM BATTING G Avg AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kent State.......... 53 .296 1829 357 541 105 10 42 223 431 59-88 Ball State.......... 56 .292 1917 377 559 123 21 49 286 375 59-94 Ohio................ 52 .278 1895 284 527 91 7 28 210 338 34-47 Western Michigan.... 49 .274 1677 207 459 72 6 9 154 320 30-46 Miami............... 53 .263 1802 269 474 97 18 59 178 440 50-76 Northern Illinois... 54 .262 1872 320 491 85 11 16 219 313 42-62 Central Michigan.... 56 .256 1873 263 479 72 12 12 227 387 57-80 Buffalo............. 52 .252 1766 237 445 73 8 23 238 419 21-35 Eastern Michigan.... 54 .249 1812 248 452 78 7 42 159 405 119-155 Toledo.............. 55 .244 1866 236 455 68 6 19 160 379 42-64 Bowling Green....... 54 .230 1762 176 405 55 3 13 185 392 36-58 TEAM FIELDING G PO A E Pct DP PB SBA-ATT --------------------------------------------------------------------- Western Michigan.... 49 1263 513 38 .979 48 10 30-47 Ball State.......... 56 1470 560 62 .970 46 8 45-74 Ohio................ 52 1420 541 63 .969 42 10 38-57 Toledo.............. 55 1432 619 66 .969 40 7 56-83 Kent State.......... 53 1426 526 64 .968 33 15 54-79 Buffalo............. 52 1356 483 67 .965 38 12 84-110 Northern Illinois... 54 1418 592 74 .964 52 7 67-90 Miami............... 53 1391 543 74 .963 35 14 55-73 Central Michigan.... 56 1491 546 85 .960 37 18 91-126 Eastern Michigan.... 54 1400 547 83 .959 35 17 65-89 Bowling Green....... 54 1392 511 84 .958 40 23 56-80 TEAM PITCHING G ERA W L Sv IP H R ER BB SO -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Kent State.......... 53 2.82 41 12 17 475.1 405 200 149 184 435 Ball State.......... 56 4.32 32 24 14 490.0 528 306 235 220 374 Buffalo............. 52 4.56 21 31 10 452.0 444 265 229 194 375 Miami............... 53 4.79 26 27 14 463.2 455 303 247 257 375 Central Michigan.... 56 4.80 21 35 6 497.0 517 324 265 266 375 Ohio................ 52 4.87 23 29 8 473.1 469 300 256 245 371 Bowling Green....... 54 4.91 17 37 11 464.0 517 316 253 224 282 Toledo.............. 55 4.96 18 36 11 477.1 528 317 263 246 311 Eastern Michigan.... 54 5.01 20 34 9 466.2 498 334 260 233 349 Northern Illinois... 54 5.64 24 30 10 472.2 558 351 296 221 296 Western Michigan.... 49 5.99 18 31 9 421.0 494 311 280 221 339


Chippewas to play RedHawks in first round of 2016 MAC Tournament

(05/23/16 11:19am)

After the Chippewas defeated rival Western Michigan on Saturday, and Eastern Michigan lost to Toledo on the same day, the Central Michigan baseball team claimed the sixth seed in the upcoming Mid-American Conference Tournament.The No. 6 seed CMU (21-35, 12-12 MAC) will take on the No. 3 seed Miami (Ohio) RedHawks (26-27, 14-10 MAC) in the first round of the tournament on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. If the Chippewas beat the RedHawks, they will play the winner of the Ball State and WMU game on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.



Chippewas even series with Broncos heading into final game of regular season

(05/20/16 6:49pm)

In game one, it took until the ninth inning for any runs to come home and decide the game. In game two, the Central Michigan baseball team scored two runs early and didn't let go of its lead.The Western Michigan Broncos (18-30, 11-12 Mid-American Conference) only scored one run all game as CMU (20-35, 11-12 MAC) defeated the Broncos 8-1 on Senior Day at Theunissen Stadium.Junior catcher Robert Greenman hit a clutch two-run double with two outs in the second inning to score the Chippewas’ first runs of the game.


Broncos score in ninth inning to win 2-1, end Chippewas' three game winning streak

(05/19/16 7:25pm)

Neither offense could generate a run through eight innings. It wasn’t until the top of the ninth with the bases loaded where Western Michigan broke the scoreless tie and ultimately won the game over the Central Michigan baseball team at Theunissen Stadium.After a single and wild pitch to lead off the inning, CMU pitcher Jordan Grosjean intentially walked the next batter to load the bases. Grosjean rallied to get the next two batters out, but Broncos’ pinch hitter Tanner Allison hit a grounder that trickled out of the infield and brought in the winning runs.




Borglin comes up clutch again as baseball beats Miami 3-1 to clinch series on Sunday

(05/15/16 5:59pm)

With the series tied 1-1 after Central Michigan baseball's walk-off win against Miami (Ohio) on Saturday at Theunissen Stadium, Head Coach Steve Jaksa said his team had to focus on winning "Championship Sunday."The Chippewas (18-34,10-11 Mid-American Conference) claimed a 3-1 victory over the RedHawks (23-26, 12-9 MAC) in Sunday's series finally, winning their second consecutive conference series.CMU has won seven of its last nine games.Although it wasn't a walk-off triple, Sunday's victory came off the bat of junior first basemen Alex Borglin in the bottom of the seventh inning.With the score tied 1-1 in a 2-1 count and two runners on base, Borglin drove the ball, beating the RedHawk right fielder to the gap in right-center field.


Borglin's 11th inning walk-off triple lifts CMU to 4-3 victory over Miami (Ohio)

(05/14/16 7:04pm)

Hail, rain and swirling winds came and went on Saturday at Theunissen Stadium as Central Michigan baseball The game was scoreless heading into the bottom of the third inning on Saturday until freshman infielder Jared Watkins doubled on a line drive into left field to start the inning. A strategic bunt by junior catcher Robert Greenman placed in between the pitcher and third basemen moved Watkins to third base.



Chippewas defeat No. 21 Michigan for first time since 2011

(05/11/16 8:26pm)

After playing four games in a row from Friday-Monday, the Central Michigan baseball team rested up on Tuesday for its midweek matchup against the Michigan Wolverines.The Chippewas haven’t been able to defeat the Wolverines in five years, but they were able beat the No. 21 ranked Wolverines on Wednesday 8-7. CMU is now 16-33 and 8-10 in the Mid-American Conference.




Chippewas lose in extra innings despite Cole's 5-for-7 hitting performance

(05/07/16 3:57pm)

After a 3-for-5 day in game one of the weekend series in Ohio, freshman center fielder Dazon Cole pushed his hitting streak to three games after a 5-for-7 Saturday against the Bobcats.Cole hit his first home run of the year off Ohio pitcher Jake Rudnicki in the fourth inning, but it wasn’t enough as the Chippewas lost 5-4 in extra innings against the Bobcats.Freshman right fielder Daniel Robinson hit an RBI single to left field in the second inning to put the Chippewas on the board first.