The Chippewas controlled both overtime periods, and held an 8-1 advantage in shots in extra time.
The Central Michigan field hockey team is ready to hit the ground running this coming season as coach Molly Pelowski says this is one of the best preseasons she has seen since she has been here.
And while talk of the offense and who, eventually, will trigger it are certainly tantalizing, it is, at the end of the day, the defense that will make or break the Chippewas’ season. It almost always is.
CMU coach John Bonamego said Thursday that Michael Armstrong, a graduate transfer from SMU, is the frontrunner in the battle with sophomore Kaden Keon for the starting placekicking job.
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