It was CMU's fifth victory . . .
Dormady, Ward lead comeback road win
MUNCIE, Ind. – Tommy Lazzaro scored from two yards out with 1:01 to play and then the Central Michigan defense slammed the door to complete an improbable and unforgettable comeback as the Chippewas stunned Ball State, 45-44, Saturday in a Mid-American Conference game at the Cardinals' Scheumann Stadium.
It was CMU's fifth victory . . .
Pippin's triple lifts KSU over Raiders
FAIRBORN, OHIO – Danny Pippen's coffin corner three and Kent State's key defensive stop in the final three seconds pushed the Golden Flashes to a stunning 72-71 victory over Wright State Saturday at the Ervin J. Nutter Center.
Kent State (3-0), which trailed by . . .
RedHawks erupt in second half
BY MIKE SMITH.
OXFORD, OH -- The Miami RedHawks had a "connectivity" problem through the first half of Saturday's game against Alabama A&M.
MU connected on just under 30 percent from the field before intermission, but the RedHawks found the right buttons in the second half. Hitting over 50 percent from the field and beyond the arc over the final stanza, Miami rallied to post a 79-63 victory over the visiting Bulldogs at Millett Hall.
Already missing senior center Bam Bowman and freshman forward Javin Etzler, MU got less than 17 minutes from junior forward Nike Sibande. He was banged up in . . .
Eagles prevail in first road test
DENTON, Texas, (EMUEagles.com) – Eastern Michigan remains undefeated in the 2019-20 campaign after posting a 56-51 victory over the University of North Texas Saturday at the UNT Coliseum. The win is the first for EMU in the Lone Star State in six chances under Head Coach Rob Murphy.
In the first road test of the . . .
Bank open; Chippewas rally for win
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. -- A little luck never hurts.
Down 70-65 in the second half with just over four minutes to play, David DiLeo banked in a 3-pointer to spark a 19-7 run and fuel the Central Michigan basketball team to an 84-77 win over defending Southland Conference champion Sam Houston State.
CMU improves to 3-0 while the Bearkats fall to 1-2.
"The way (SHSU) had been . . .
Rockets defense stymies Colonials
TOLEDO, Ohio - A strong defensive performance and a 13-0 first-half run propelled Toledo to a 70-56 triumph over Robert Morris in its home opener Saturday afternoon in Savage Arena. The contest improved the Rockets' record to 2-0 in the Men Against Breast Cancer Invitational heading into tomorrow's home matchup vs. Howard.
Toledo (2-1) limited the. . .
Second half triples elevate Bulls
TORONTO, ONTARIO - Buffalo hit 8-of-14 from behind the arc in the second half as the Bulls rebounded from a slow start to defeat preseason Ivy League favorite Harvard, 88-76, in the opening game of the James Naismith Hall of Fame Classic played inside Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. The Bulls are now 2-1 with the victory.
Harvard opened the . . .
German leads as Huskies double up Regents
DEKALB, Ill. – Northern Illinois picked up its second win in as many days as the Huskies defeated Rockford University, 96-48, on Saturday afternoon at the NIU Convocation Center.
NIU shot 51.5 percent (34-of-66) from the field, including 47.4 percent (9-of-19) from three-point range, in the victory. Senior Eugene German . . .
Threes and frees boost Wildcats
PHILADELPHIA – The Ohio Bobcats were unable to overcome a hot shooting Villanova (2-1) team, falling to the 10th-ranked Wildcats, 78-54, Saturday inside the Wells Fargo Center.
"I was really happy with the way we started," first year head coach Jeff Boals said. "If you really . . .
Flashes pull off huge fourth quarter comeback
KENT, Ohio – Kent State (4-6, 3-3 MAC) stormed back from 21 points down in the fourth quarter Thursday to keep its bowl hopes alive, edging Buffalo 30-27 on a Matthew Trickett game-winning field goal as time expired.
"What a great game and a great effort by the kids and the team," said Head Coach Sean Lewis. "Credit to Coach Leipold and his team. That is a great team that they have over there. But this is what MACtion is all about.
"The kids competed like crazy and . . .
MAC Football Scores
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No. 10 Villanova 78
Alabama A&M 63
Central Michigan 84
Sam Houston St 77
Robert Morris 56
Northern Illinois 96
Eastern Michigan 56
North Texas 51
Kent State 72
Wright State 71