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Central Michigan University Athletics

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Address
100 Rose Center
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
Phone
(989) 774-3041
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CMU competes in seven mens and nine womens sports.
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Description
CMU competes in seven men’s and nine women’s sports, and CMU’s NCAA Division I student-athletes are accomplished in the classroom as well as on the field. The Chippewas are annual contenders for the Mid-American Conference Institutional Academic Achievement Award for the highest GPA, winning 10 times in the last 15 years. Since the 1999-2000 season, the Chippewas have won more than 40 MAC titles in 14 different sports and played in four consecutive football bowl games. CMU won the MAC’s inaugural Cartwright Award for overall program excellence in 2009. CMU athletics annually offers more than 40 individual and team summer sports camps for children in kindergarten through high school, and many of these camps are recognized among the best in Michigan. For more information on CMU’s sports camps, please call 800-CMU-4-FUN.
Events
Nov
4 Wed

Central Michigan vs Ohio @ Mt. Pleasant

9:00 am
Cheer on the Chippewas as the play against Ohio in the first game of the season!
Nov
11 Wed

Central Michigan vs NIU Huskies

9:00 am
Cheer on the Chippewas as the play against NIU in the second game of the season!
Nov
18 Wed

Central Michigan vs Western Michigan @ Mt. Pleasant

9:00 am
Cheer on the Chippewas as the play against Western Michigan in the third game of the season!
Nov
28 Sat

Central Michigan vs Eastern

9:00 am
Cheer on the Chippewas as the play against Easter in the fourth game of the season.
Dec
5 Sat

Central Michigan vs Ball State @ Mt. Pleasant

9:00 am
Cheer on the Chippewas as they play their last home game against Ball State!

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