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Looking to continue its momentum at McGuirk Arena, Central Michigan volleyball defeated Buffalo 3-1 Saturday.
Following a ceremony honoring senior outside hitter Savannah Thompson’s entering the 1,000 kill 1,000 dig club, Central Michigan volleyball breezed to a 3-1 victory over Akron at McGuirk Arena on Friday.
Offensive struggles continued for Central Michigan volleyball on Saturday, as Miami (OH) survived a late push from the Chippewas to win 3-1 in Oxford, Ohio.
The absence of multiple players hurt Central Michigan volleyball on Friday, as they went to Oxford, Ohio, for a battle with Miami, ultimately losing in straight sets.
Although they needed five sets to get it done, Central Michigan volleyball snapped its three-game losing streak in tremendous fashion against Eastern Michigan, winning 3-2 on Wednesday in Ypsilanti, Mich.
CM Life Sports is back for another episode of Maroon and Bold! On this weeks episode, Noah breaks down Soccer's final stretch of the season, Sean discusses the struggles plaguing volleyball, Grace Butler debuts "Grace's Corner" where she talks with CMU starting pitcher Jordan Patty. Ashley discusses field hockey's recent three contests while Mitch and Christian discuss football's wins over Ohio and Toledo while previewing Saturday's game against NIU.
With the 2011 Mid-American Conference Champions in attendance, Central Michigan Volleyball laid it all on the line against Bowling Green State on Saturday, losing 3-0 in McGuirk Arena.
Although they fought valiantly in McGuirk Arena, Central Michigan volleyball couldn’t stop the force that is Bowling Green State on Thursday, eventually losing 3-0.
Although they pushed Ohio to the limit, Central Michigan volleyball suffered a heart-breaking 3-2 loss in Athens on Saturday.
Ready for war, Central Michigan volleyball went down to Kent, Ohio, and dismantled Kent State en route to a 3-1 win on Friday.
Language barriers and cultural differences made transferring to Central Michigan University a scary proposition, but Lisbeth Rosario-Martinez has found a home away from home through volleyball.
Sports editor Mitch Vosburg is back for another episode. He sits down with Noah Wulbrecht to discuss CMU soccer's pair of wins over NIU and WMU, Sean Chase discusses what went wrong with CMU volleyball against WMU, Ashley Birkeness makes her Maroon and Bold debut to talk CMU field hockey and Christian Booher discusses CMU football's 28-17 loss to Miami (Ohio) and what needs to change going forward.
Although they gave Western Michigan fits early in the match, Central Michigan volleyball couldn’t maintain that pressure, ultimately losing 3-1 to the Broncos on Saturday, Oct. 2 in Kalamazoo.
Looking to leave the first blemish on Western Michigan’s Mid-American Conference record, Central Michigan volleyball traveled to Kalamazoo on Friday, Oct. 1.
Women in sports have always fought an uphill battle. When sexism comes from the very organizations that control the sports themselves – it only proves how much work we have left before women are fully accepted and welcomed in sports.
Sports Editor Mitch Vosburg hosts the season premiere of Maroon & Bold. Staff reporters Noah Wulbrecht, Sean Chase and Christian Booher join the show to talk CMU soccer's weekend games, volleyball's split with NIU and football's 21-point rally over Florida International University.
Following an impressive start to their Mid-American Conference schedule, Central Michigan volleyball stumbled at home against Northern Illinois, losing 3-1 on Saturday, Sept. 25 in McGuirk Arena.
Determination propelled Central Michigan volleyball to a huge 3-1 win over Northern Illinois in its Mid-American Conference opener at McGuirk Arena on Friday.
An increased level of competition unlocked a newfound ferocity for Central Michigan volleyball as they went 1-1 during the final day of the Green and White Classic on Saturday.