Western Michigan women’s soccer was honored this week with an Offensive Player of the Week award for Bailey Korhorn from the Mid-American Conference.
Western Michigan forward Bailey Korhorn broke the Bronco record for career goals, when she netted the 26th goal of her career, but WMU couldn’t get past Buffalo in a 4-3 back-and-forth contest.
Western Michigan football is looking to avoid losing back-to-back games as it hosts Kent State Saturday for Homecoming.
Bronco men’s soccer defeated the Michigan State Spartans 2-0 on Wednesday, beating MSU for the third time in program history. The win improved WMU to 4-4-4 on the season.
Western Michigan hockey forward Ethen Frank earned NCHC Forward of the Week honors after racking up five points in the home-and-home sweep of the Ferris State Bulldogs this past weekend.
It was a MACtion-loaded Saturday with all 12 teams in action. Three of the six games resulted in one-score finishes, while Kent State and Northern Illinois are already the only remaining undefeated teams in MAC play.
Western Michigan football suffered its first in-conference loss this past week, falling victim to an air-raid from the Ball State University Cardinals and a lack of scoring in the second half. Here are three takeaways from the Broncos’ performance at Waldo Stadium on Saturday:
Bronco hockey traveled to Ferris State to take on the in-state foe Bulldogs Saturday in what ended in a late surge of goals to secure the 4-3 victory for WMU. Western Michigan now improves to 2-0 on the season and has swept the Bulldogs in the season series.
Western Michigan football lost a tough matchup against Ball State 45-20 at home. The much anticipated matchup against the reigning MAC champions had a very anticlimactic end as the Cardinals pulled away late to win.