WMU cross country had eight runners named to the Academic All-Mid-American Conference team, tied for the third-most honorees in the league.
Senior Brittney Hall wrapped up the 2019 season as she had done all year, pacing the Broncos at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship.
Hall led the Broncos at the MAC Championship and took 17th overall.
Redshirt junior Brandon Johnson, freshman Titus Wright and junior Michael Flowers earned All-Mid-American Conference men's basketball honors with Johnson on the third team, Flowers honorable mention and Wright an all-freshman honoree.
Flowers became the 43rd and Johnson became the 44th player in WMU men’s basketball history to score 1,000 career points.
The Broncos finished with five more wins than the previous season and tallied 10 home wins, including a 72-69 victory against MAC West Division leader Northern Illinois, when senior guard Jared Printy knocked down a corner three-pointer with five seconds remaining.
Makiba Batten was named head coach of the track & field and cross country teams in August after six years as an assistant coach at Wayne State University.
Western Michigan wrapped up the indoor track & field season at the 2020 Mid-American Conference Championships, highlighted by senior Erin Dowd taking second overall in the 400-meter dash. Junior Tauja Foreman also scored for the Broncos, placing eighth overall in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.90 seconds.
Dowd was named Second Team All-MAC for her performance. She finished the indoor season finishing no lower than third in any 400-meter race in which she competed.
The Broncos owned a 6-6 mark in women's tennis and were primed to start Mid-American Conference competition prior to the COVID-19 pandemic canceling the remainder of the campaign.
WMU was led by sophomore Femke Tjon-a-Joe, who was 6-5 at the No. 1 singles position.
Junior Valerie Riegraf had won seven consecutive matches prior to the end of the season and was 7-1 in dual competition.
Freshman Lindsey Zieglar was a staple in the middle of the Bronco lineup, posting a 10-2 record in dual matches and 3-1 mark on court two.
Ashley Huss, WMU Athletics