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The Central Michigan Chippewas earned their first win of the Mid-American Conference after traveling to Oxford, Ohio Sunday afternoon. CMU emerged from a scoreless first half and rushed the net, scoring two goals in the matter of minutes. Junior forward Jenna Little scored both with powerful shots to the bottom of the net.
The Central Michigan Chippewas took on Eastern Michigan in its first Mid-American Conference game of the season resulting in a 0-1 loss on Thursday. The score remained scoreless into the second quarter until a penalty kick from the Eagles in the 72nd minute.
In a day celebrating its seniors, Central Michigan University soccer earned its first win of the season with a 2-1 victory over Purdue-Fort Wayne on Sunday. The Chippewas are left with a 1-1-3 record as they head into their Mid-American Conference opener game against Eastern Michigan on Thursday, Sept. 21.
Over the weekend, the Chippewas traveled to Louisville to take on the Cardinals in the fourth game of the season. After three consecutive ties, the Chippewas now remain 0-1-3 as they make their way back to Mount Pleasant for their second home game of the season on Sunday.
Central Michigan soccer looks to get itself in the win column on Thursday against Cincinnatti, following two draws to open the season.
Following halftime, Central Michigan soccer looked to keep its momentum going with a 2-0 lead over Kent State.
Central Michigan soccer set the tone fourteen minutes into the game, scoring first against Buffalo who lead the Mid-American conference in New York on Thursday.
Down by one with 29 seconds to play, senior midfielder Maggie Basse battled an Akron defender, looking for space.
The dark clouds rolled into Mount Pleasant towards the end of the first half, as Central Michigan soccer trailed the Ohio Bobcats.
With less than five minutes on the clock, junior midfielder Matilda Melin attempted to give Central Michigan soccer a lead. However, her shot soared just inches above the goal.
Less than five minutes in, sophomore midfielder Ashley Scesniak set the tone scoring from nearly 35 yards away to hit the back of the net giving Central Michigan soccer a 1-0 lead.
The first Mid-American Conference win is still being sought out by Central Michigan soccer (1-7-2, 0-3-1) as they fell 2-0 to Northern Illinois.
On a crisp fall Thursday night in Mount Pleasant, Central Michigan soccer was shut out by the Bowling Green State Falcons 2-0.
Battling intermittent rain showers, Central Michigan soccer (1-6-2, 0-1-1) welcomed Miami (OH) (5-2-2, 1-0-1) to Mount Pleasant on Sunday looking to secure its first Mid-American Conference win.
Nearing the 90-minute mark in its Mid-American Conference opener, Central Michigan soccer (1-5-2, 0-0-1) junior defender Matilda Melin found herself with a chance to secure the win against Eastern Michigan (1-4-3, 0-0-1) on Thursday.
Leaving the field with a clean slate, Central Michigan soccer heads into Mid-American Conference play after posting a 1-1 draw against Eastern Illinois on Sunday.
In the final eight minutes, the University of Michigan doubled its score as it shut out the Chippewas 7-0 on Sunday in Mount Pleasant.
Central Michigan soccer got its first win of the season in a dominating performance against Detroit Mercy on Thursday with a final score of 4-2.
For the second consecutive game, Central Michigan soccer found itself in a shutout. A three-game road trip came to an end for the Chippewas with a 3-0 loss to Wright State on Sunday.
Looking to secure the first win of the season, Central Michigan soccer took on an undefeated Michigan State Thursday night but was shut out 7-0 by the Spartans.