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The last time the Central Michigan women's basketball team met with Northern Illinois, the Chippewas scored a season-high 109 points in the win. Tonight wasn't all that much different as CMU started hot and didn't look back.The Chippewas scored 72 points in the first half — which is a program record for the most points in a half in CMU women’s basketball history — to blow past the Huskies by a final score of 109-86.The previous record was from 2014 and 1984 when CMU scored 68 points against Western Michigan and NIU.Sophomore guard Presley Hudson led the team in scoring with 33 points on 14-for-20 shooting from the floor with four 3-pointers.
The records continue to fall for the Central Michigan men's basketball team. This time it was senior guard Braylon Rayson reaching a milestone. In Tuesday's game against Northern Illinois, Rayson made two threes to become CMU's all-time leader in made 3-pointers, a record previously held by John Simons. "(Breaking the record) is cool, I put in the work for it," Rayson said.
Riding a second six-game winning streak of Mid-American Conference play, the Central Michigan women’s basketball team will host Northern Illinois at 7 p.m.
Northern Illinois proved why it is know as one of the top defensive teams in the Mid-American Conference. Coming in on a three-game losing streak, the Central
Michigan men’s basketball team had a chance to rebound Tuesday night against
the visiting Huskies.
In the rematch against Northern Illinois, Central Michigan fell to the Huskies 89-66.This was the fourth-straight loss for the Chippewas.
When I first started to cover the Central Michigan women’s basketball team, I had no idea that I would be getting involved with one of the best coaches in CMU Athletics history. That’s how I feel about Sue Guevara, and I know I’m not alone.After the Chippewas' first game of the season when they were throttled by Notre Dame 107-47, I honestly didn't expect Guevara to talk to the media, but that’s because I didn't know anything about her.When I did get the chance to talk to her and ask about how this team would respond, what she said has stuck with me throughout the season. “It was our first game of the season and that was the number one team in the country,” Guevara said.
Surprised, touched and
overwhelmed — these are the emotions Central Michigan women's basketball coach
Sue Guevara used to describe how she felt after CMU presented her
with a video presentation in honor of her becoming the winningest
coach in program history. Guevara surpassed Donita
Davenport for the most wins in program history on Wednesday with
When senior Braylon
Rayson steps onto the basketball court, his opponents become his
enemies. "To be honest, my
mindset going into any game is really to respect all of my opponents, but to
kill them at the same time," Rayson said.
After Braylon Rayson forced overtime with 18.9 seconds left to play, the Central Michigan basketball team fell to Ball State in overtime109-100 fighting for first place in the Mid-American Conference West division. "It's a tough one," Rayson said.
After losing back-to-back games to Miami (Oh.) and Buffalo, the Central Michigan men's basketball team hosted Ball State Saturday afternoon with a chance to get back into first place in the Mid-American Conference West Division. Trailing by 11 points with seven minutes left, the Chippewas gradually cut into the Cardinals' lead thanks to 32-second half points by junior Marcus Keen. CMU got the lead down to three with 18 seconds remaining when Senior Braylon Rayson knocked down a corner 3-pointer to tie the game and send it to over time.Both teams traded buckets back-in-forth early in the extra period, but he Chippewa offense just couldn't find enough down the stretch.
Struggling would be a word to describe how the Central Michigan women’s basketball team has been against Toledo as of late – losing their last five meetings against the Rockets.Saturday – in another offensive struggle – junior forward Cassie Breen was there to pick her team up for the second straight game. Breen led the Chippewas in scoring with 22 points, going 7-for-7 from the free-throw line, willing her team to a 72-61 victory against the Rockets, extending the Chippewas winning streak to six games.With the scored dead locked at 49 all in the fourth quarter, Breen put her head down and got an and-one basket to get the bench and crowd on their feet.
With the 72-61 win against Toledo, the Central Michigan women's basketball team extended its win streak to six games. Junior Cassie Breen led the Chippewas in scoring with 22 points.After the first quarter CMU led Toledo 22-17. Breen led in scoring with six
points in the first.The first five minutes of the second quarter the Chippewas
struggled shooting and had a five-minute scoreless drought.
Riding a five-game win streak, the Central Michigan women’s basketball team will head back to McGuirk Arena Saturday to take on Toledo at noon.The Chippewas (19-6, 11-2 Mid-American Conference) are coming in off of their most recent win against the MAC East Division leaders Ohio by a final score of 70-64.Junior guard Cassie Breen led the team in scoring with 26 points on 8-for-11 shooting from the field, after scoring 19 in the first half without missing a shot going 7-for-7 including five 3-pointers.
Every game there seems to be one player for the Chippewas who steps up and makes big shots when they are struggling to score.Tonight, the spotlight landed on junior forward Cassie Breen, and responded nicely.Breen totaled 26 points for the game, on 8-for-11 shooting from the field, leading the Chippewas to a 70-64 victory over Ohio.
Now winners of four
consecutive games, the Central Michigan women’s basketball team will head back
on the road to take on Ohio looking to win their third straight road game.CMU (18-6, 10-2 MAC)
defeated Western Michigan 94-84 Saturday and regained sole possession of first
place in the Mid-American Conference West Division. Head coach Sue Guevara
said she thought the win over WMU was tough, and her team needs to be more disciplined
on defense.“I thought it was hard
because of the 27 (WMU) fouls called and 22 (CMU) fouls called because it made
it hard to get any kind of a flow,” Guevara said.
After losing to a struggling Miami (Oh.) team on the road
Saturday, the Central Michigan men’s basketball team returned to Mount Pleasant
Tuesday night looking to split the season series with Buffalo and get back on
track.Trailing by 15 points to the Bulls with under ten minutes left in the
game, the Chippewas needed a spark.
The Central Michigan men's basketball team lost their second game in a row falling to Buffalo by a score of 99-93 at McGuirk Arena Tuesday. Junior guard Marcus Keene broke the CMU single season scoring record during today's game.