The Chippewas finished with 455 total yards, 253 on the ground. It was a season-high in rushing yards, and it came one week after CMU was held to a season-low 62 yards in the driving rain by Toledo.
Jonathan Ward ran for 97 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries to lead the CMU ground game, which was perfectly complemented by an efficient aerial attack triggered by quarterback Shane Morris.
While limiting some of the Bulls’ best hitters, the Chippewas weren’t able to pick up momentum on the offensive end. CMU finished with a .033 hitting percentage.
Chippewa goalkeeper Lily Amadio had eight saves and Emily Barber registered three shots.
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