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Western Michigan Broncos are the well-known NCAA Division I collegiate level teams of Western Michigan University that participate in Mid-American Conference for menís tennis, soccer, football, baseball and basketball; and for womenís volleyball, track and field, softball, soccer, golf, cross-country, gymnastics, and basketball. †Their menís hockey team participates in Central Collegiate Hockey Association. Their facilities include University Arena for basketball and volleyball; Waldo Stadium for football; Lawson Arena for hockey, Hyames Field for baseball; Ebert Field for softball; West Hills Athletic Club/Sorensen Courts for tennis; and Kanley Track for track and field. Their soccer teams participate at WMU Soccer Complex, close to Parkview Campus. In the 2010-2011 season, the Broncos won the Cartwright Award, which is given to only one MAC program every season for outstanding results in citizenship, academics and athletics. The Broncos also won the prestigious Jacoby Trophy, which is awarded to the womenís most successful program, and completed second for Reese Trophy that is awarded to menís most successful program. Western Michigan Broncos tickets are quite sought-after owing to their remarkable wins
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Western Michigan Broncos were once called the Hilltoppers, which was a reference to the universityís location on the top of Propect Hill. The name was changed in 1939, when they were newly nicknamed the Broncos in order to avoid any confusion with other schoolsí teams such as Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. Assistant coach of the football team, John Gill who also served as their head coach later, coined the new nickname following the approval for name change, which was given by the athletic board of the school. In 2011, the Broncos commissioned Revera La Noue, the famous American artist, to create a sixty-five hundred square feet building wrap symbolically representing the athletic teams for the Art Prize competition of 2011. The Broncos president John Dunn has described this work of art to be one that captures the pride and history what it means to be a Bronco. The Broncos baseball team is particularly well reputed since it has been playing since 1911, and has appeared in College World Series as many as six times. In 1955, the team completed the NCAA as a runner-up. They have won fourteen Mi-American Conference championship, among which they won most between 1949 and 1967. Their menís soccer team won most recently in 2003, bringing home the renowned MAC tournament championship. The Broncosí menís ice hockey team has won two CCHA tournament championships, winning the first one in 1986 and their second in 2012.
Western Michigan Broncos have won many non-varsity sports championships including the United States Collegiate Snowboard and Ski Association championship in 2005; American Collegiate Hockey Association Championship in Division II in 1996; National Intercollegiate Flying Association Championship in 1947, 1948, 1983, 1998 and 2002; and the U.S. Figure Skating Association Championship in 2004. Donít miss the Broncos running about playing their most exciting games yet; just get hold of some Western Michigan Broncos tickets and be there to cheer for the unstoppable players.