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Without sharpshooting freshman Tiana Timpe, Central Michigan (4-16, 2-9) women’s basketball went to Kent, Ohio on Wednesday looking to snap its seven-game road losing streak.
Coming off a win against Northern Illinois on Saturday, Central Michigan men's basketball returned home to McGuirk Arena looking for its first win at home this season.
Looking to get their first win at home, Central Michigan men's basketball took on the Bowling Green Falcons on Tuesday.
After ending its worst losing streak of the season, Central Michigan (4-15, 2-8) women’s basketball looked to improve its record in the Mid-American Conference against Akron (9-6, 6-3) on Saturday.
With one minute remaining in regulation Harrison Henderson found himself seemingly wide open at the top of the key. He decided to take the shot and splash it home, effectively sealing the game for a Chippewa victory.
Although Central Michigan (4-15, 2-8) women’s basketball got out to a fast start in the return of head coach Heather Oesterle and leading scorer Molly Davis, it wasn’t enough to slow down Akron Saturday in McGuirk Arena.
After struggling to find a rhythm throughout the season, Central Michigan (4-14, 2-7) women’s basketball went into its matchup with Miami (Ohio) shorthanded.
Without Head Coach Heather Oesterle, leading scorer Molly Davis and senior Kalle Martinez, Central Michigan (4-14, 2-7) women’s basketball needed someone to step up against Miami (Ohio) (6-10, 2-5) on Wednesday.
Due to another player entering the transfer portal, Central Michigan (3-14, 1-7) women’s basketball headed to Muncie, Indiana with nine players available.
With 10 players in uniform, the chips were stacked against Central Michigan (3-13, 1-6) as it entered the Stroh Center on Wednesday.
Down multiple players, Central Michigan (3-13, 1-6) women’s basketball struggled to keep pace with Bowling Green (7-6, 2-2) on Wednesday, losing 92-68 in the Stroh Center.
With half a season remaining, Central Michigan Basketball has lost a key player for good. Jermanie Jackson Jr. announced his withdrawal from CMU to start his professional career.
Although Central Michigan women’s basketball (3-12, 1-5) couldn’t shut down the high-powered Ohio offense on Saturday, resulting in a 75-65 loss, they showed signs of progress.
Despite a season-high shooting performance, Central Michigan (3-12, 1-5) women’s basketball struggled to control the basketball resulting in a 75-65 loss in McGuirk Arena against Ohio (8-4, 2-1)on Saturday.
Facing the top defense in the Mid-American Conference, Central Michigan women’s basketball needed a fast start to keep pace.
Missing head Coach Tony Barbee, assistant coach Shane Heirman and half of a team, Central Michigan men’s basketball continues to be tested by a multitude of reasons.
Poor shooting and poor ball security are difficult tasks to overcome, and Central Michiganfelt the effect in its loss to an in-state competitor.