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Posted on Fri, Nov 18, 2011 : 10:46 p.m.

Eastern Michigan women's basketball blown out, U-M volleyball tops Northwestern and more Friday results

By Staff

In a span of five days, the Eastern Michigan women’s basketball team experienced both ends of a blowout.

Friday night’s loss at No. 23-ranked Wisconsin-Green Bay wasn’t as lopsided as the Eagles’ 110-31 win over Marygrove on Monday -- but lopsided nonetheless.

The host Phoenix led 50-20 at halftime and cruised to an 84-53 win in front of 1,618 fans at the Kress Events Center in Green Bay, Wis.

Tavelyn James scored 26 points for Eastern Michigan (2-1), which made just 25-percent (17-of-68) of its shots. Paige Redditt scored five points and pulled down a game-high 14 rebounds for the Eagles. (Boxscore)

Julie Wojta scored 23 points to lead Wisconsin-Green Bay (3-0). Stephanie Sension (16 points), Adrian Ritchie (14) and Lydia Bauer also scored in double-figures for the Phoenix.


Michigan 3, Northwestern 2: The No. 23-ranked Wolverines beat Northwestern in five sets for the second time this season, in just their sixth five-set match. Claire McElheny and Lexi Erwin had 16 kills apiece for Michigan. (Details)

Ball State 3, Eastern Michigan 1: Eastern Michigan won the first set, but Ball State swept the next three to knock the Eagles out of the Mid-American Conference tournament. Rachel Iaquaniello had 13 kills for the Eagles, who complete their season with a 21-11 record. (Details)


Michigan 27, Buffalo 13: No. 6-ranked Michigan won five of the final six matches to win its dual-meet debut. (Details)

Eastern Michigan 20, Michigan State 16: The Eagles beat Michigan State for the first time since the 1987-88 season. Eastern Michigan led by as much as 14-0. (Details)


Pittsburgh Invitational: Michigan's Amanda Lohman, a Pittsburgh native, won the one-meter diving competition on the first day of the three-day event. Michigan leads the four-team field with a total of 47 points. (Details)