- Central Michigan volleyball earned a sweep of Northern Illinois in a four-set match.
- The game was the Autism Acceptance Game, highlighting accessibility and inclusion.
- Sophomore setter Claire Ammeraal stood out with 89 assists in the two matches.
Central Michigan volleyball ended their weekend on a high note, defeating Northern Illinois in four sets and completing a sweep. Saturday’s game was also the Autism Acceptance Game, which celebrated accessibility and inclusion. CMU coach Mike Gawlik emphasized the importance of the cause, saying, “It’s not just about making the game accessible to people with autism. It’s about educating people about what autism is.” The win was significant for CMU, giving them their first consecutive wins since September and a strong start to the second half of their conference schedule.
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