Tyler Poslosky

Things didn't fair well for Ball State Friday afternoon in Ann Arbor, Mich.

The Cardinals dropped their fifth consecutive game, an 8-0 defeat to No. 14 Boston at the Phyllis Ocker Field Hockey Field.

The Terriers (4-2) dominated in all phases of the game, outshooting the Cardinals 25-to-1.

Constant pressure from the Terriers offense caused confusion all afternoon for Ball State.

In the first half alone, Boston racked up nine shots and seven penalty corners.

Freshman midfielder Sanne Hermans was the only Cardinal to record a shot.

Ball State is back in action Saturday afternoon as it wraps up its weekend play with a 10 a.m. contest versus No. 13 Michigan.

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