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After Central Michigan women's basketball's 80-61 win against Miami (OH) on Jan. 18, Cassie Breen summed up what the team needed to do in order to keep having success.“Bowling Green was definitely a wake-up call for us,” Breen said after the Miami game.
With that stakes high in a battle for a potential top spot in the Mid-American Conference West Division standings, the Central Michigan women’s basketball team needed to go on the road and keep their momentum rolling.The Chippewas didn't flinch.
Marcus Keene has been on a tear for the Central Michigan men's basketball team all season.Now, the nation's leading scorer has caught the attention of the entire college basketball world.
After starting 0-3 in conference play, a third-straight
Mid-American Conference West Division title appeared unlikely for the
Central Michigan men’s basketball team.The Chippewas were predicted in the preseason to finish in
last place in the division and looked deserving of that ranking.
Confidence and motivation on the road is something the Central Michigan women's basketball team has been searching for throughout the entire season.For the first time this season, head coach Sue Guevara said her team overcame those obstacles on Saturday against Eastern Michigan.“In the first half, our outside shots were still not falling like we wanted them to, but for the first time away from home this year, our confidence in taking those shots stayed up,” Guevara said.
Junior Marcus Keene once again put on a show scoring 41 points on 15-of-25 shooting and 9-of-18 on 3-pointers as the Central Michigan men's basketball team topped Ohio, 97-87 Tuesday night. It
was CMU's fourth-straight victory over the Bobcats dating back to 2015. After going on a 13-0 run in the first half, the Chippewas controlled the rest of the game.“I don’t know if we have their number or anything, but we’ve
been fortunate to play well against them,” said head coach Keno Davis.
Through the first ten Mid-American Conference games this season, the Central Michigan women’s basketball team finds itself in third place in the MAC West Division.The Chippewas hold a 16-6 record overall and are 8-2 record in MAC play with eight regular season games remaining. Here is a look at how CMU has fared in the MAC, by the numbers:11The amount of wins the Chippewas have at McGuirk Arena this season.
It is not often I’m left speechless.Growing up as a huge sport fan, I’ve just about seen it all — or so I thought.But then on Jan.
The Central Michigan women's basketball team came into its contest with Eastern Michigan searching for confidence on the road. On Saturday, the Chippewas were the team winning in a convincing fashion away from McGuirk Arena.CMU (16-6 overall, 8-2 Mid-American Conference) topped the Eagles, 104-63, its largest margin of victory this season. The Chippewas improved to 3-5 on the road this season.Junior forward Tinara Moore had a double-double to lead the Chippewas with 27 points and 13 rebounds.
Coming off of a 64-59 win at McGuirk Arena against the Mid-American Conference East Division leading Ohio, the Central Michigan Women’s basketball team will be back in action on the road Saturday.CMU (15-6 overall, 7-2 MAC) is just 2-5 in road games this season and will head to Ypsilanti to take on Eastern Michigan (6-15, 1-8).While the Chippewas do have the better overall record, Head Coach Sue Guevara said it is never easy to win on the road in the MAC.“Obviously, in this league it is hard to win on the road.
After storming back from an 18-point deficit in the second
half, Marcus Keene had the ball in his hands with the game on the line in the
final seconds.In front of the largest crowd in McGuirk Arena history
(5,412), the nation’s leading scorer dribbled to his right and hit a step-back,
fade away shot with four seconds left to win the game and complete the improbable
The Central Michigan men's basketball team defeated Western Michgan 86-82, capturing its 10th home win. Junior Marcus Keene led the Chippewas with 35 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 4.3 seconds to play.
Back from its tough road trip, the Central Michigan women’s basketball team came back to McGuirk Arena where the Mid-American Conference East Division leading Ohio Bobcats were waiting for them.CMU (15-6 overall, 7-2 MAC) defeated Ohio (16-5, 7-3) 64-59 and earned their 11th home win of the season.Junior forward Tinara Moore scored 18 points as the Chippewas defeated the Bobcats, 64-59 Wednesday night at McGuirk Arena. CMU snapped a two-game losing streak improved to 15-6 overall and 7-2 in the MAC.
Sophomore Guard Presley Hudson shoots a quick jumper over an Ohio University opponent on Feb 1st in McGuirk Arena
While most fans consider on the amount of points a player scores per game the most important statistic, Reyna Frost takes pride in another aspect of basketball — rebounding.The sophomore forward for the Central Michigan women’s basketball team decided she wanted to take a different angle on helping her team win.“I think rebounding shows that I care about the whole game of basketball,” Frost said.
Coming off of back-to-back losses for the first time this season, the Central Michigan women’s basketball team takes on Ohio tonight at 7 p.m.
Coming in on a three-game winning streak, the Central
Michigan men’s basketball team came into Tuesday with a chance to get over .500 for the first time in
Mid-American Conference play this season and potentially move into
first place in the West Division.The Chippewas traveled to Buffalo, New York to
play the University at Buffalo — who lost each of its last two games in the
As if Marcus Keene needs more recognition. The junior guard for Central Michigan's men's basketball team picked up his fifth Mid-American Conference Player of the Week honor for this season. Keene scored 28 points in a win against Bowling Green on Jan.
After dropping its
first Mid-American Conference game of the season, the Central Michigan
women's basketball team fell to Toledo, 74-72 Saturday.It was the first time
all season the Chippewas have lost back-to-back games, falling to 2-5 in road
games. CMU (14-6 overall, 6-2 MAC) remains in third place in the MAC West
Division. Sophomore guard Presley
Hudson drove down the lane with six seconds left and was called for a change,
which resulted in the Rockets gaining a two-point lead.With five seconds remaining,
the Chippewas got the ball up the court quickly, giving senior forward Jewel
Cotton a chance at tying the game, but she couldn't convert the jumper as time
expired.Head Coach Sue Guevara said
she believes her team played a tough game, but gave up too many rebounds.“We did battle back and
played the best we could,” Guevara said.