Extra points: Moraw, Regnier earn MAC honors

Clarkston senior Halle Morraw poses in front of the judges during her balance beam routine at the Chippewas meet again Northern Illinois on Feb. 6 in McGuirk Arena.

Baseball sweeps Player of the Week awards

By Taylor DesOrmeau

Staff Reporter

After winning three of four games against Florida Gulf Coast on Central Michigan baseball’s opening weekend, the Chippewas claimed both Mid-American Conference Player of the Week and Pitcher of the week.

Junior outfielder Logan Regnier earned player of the week after driving in six of CMU’s 17 runs, including three triples. His triple in Friday’s game scored the only two runs of the game for either team.

Down 6-4 with two outs in the ninth inning in the third game of the weekend, Regnier tripled in two runs again. In the 12th inning, the Novi native singled, stole second and third base and scored the winning run on a wild pitch.

Senior pitcher Tim Black pitched a scoreless ninth inning in Friday’s game and pitched in innings 10 through 12 in game three without allowing a run.

Black, who was First Team All-MAC last season, stuck out five of the 14 batters he faced and gave up two hits and one walk in his four innings.

The Chippewas will travel to DeLand, Fla. this weekend for a four-game series against Stetson.

Three Chippewas set to perform at NFL combine

By Taylor DesOrmeau

Staff Reporter

Wide receiver Titus Davis, defensive tackle Leterrius Walton and running back Thomas Rawls will work out at the National Football League combine this week in front of all 32 NFL teams.

Nine players from the Mid-American Conference were invited to attend, although CMU is the only school with more than one player invited.

This is the schedule for wide receivers and running backs. Defensive linemen have the same schedule, just one day later for every activity.


Arrival in Indianapolis, registration, hospital pre-exam and x-rays, orientation, interviews.


Measurements, medical examinations, media, interviews.


NFLPA meeting (players’ association), psychological testing, bench press, interviews.


On-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills), departure from Indianapolis.

The NFL Network will cover the week’s events. Running backs and wide receivers will be featured during Saturday’s coverage from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and defensive linemen will be featured at the same time on Sunday.

Moraw earns MAC honor

By Cody DeBona

Staff Reporter

Senior Halle Moraw has been named the Mid-American Conference Gymnast of the Week.

Moraw scored a 9.85 on vault, a 9.9 on floor and a personal best 9.9 on beam in the Chippewas’ win over MAC-rival Kent State University on Sunday.

The Clarkston-native has been one of the most consistent high scorers on the team this season and is still searching for a perfect 10 on her floor routine.