Jeremiah Davis, who was recently granted a sixth year of college eligibility to play basketball, will be playing ball and attending graduate school at Georgia State University next season. DN FILE PHOTO BREANNA DAUGHERTY
Ball State men's basketball takes down IU-Kokomo, 90-54
The Ball State men’s basketball won its third straight game against Indiana University-Kokomo 90-54 at home on Nov. 25.
Ball State saw points from 11 different players on the night, four of which ended the game in double digits.
As a team, the Cardinals shot 51.7 percent from the field and hit 50 percent of the 3-point shots on the way to the team’s highest-scoring performance of the season.
2 p.m. Nov 28 vs. Valparasio
7 p.m. Dec. 1 vs. IUPUI
2 p.m. Dec. 5 vs. New Orleans
1 p.m. Dec. 12 vs. Pepperdine
Junior forward Franko House led the way for the Cardinals with 16 points, three rebounds, one assist and one steal.
Among the other Cardinal leaders during the game was senior guard Bo Calhoun with 14 points and six rebounds.
Coming off of the bench, redshirt senior guard Jeremiah Davis had 11 points, eight assists, two rebounds and two blocks in his team-leading 23-minute performance.
IU-Kokomo had six players on the court for more than 20 minutes, and Jerome Campbell played all 40 minutes of the game.
Ball State is now 4-2 and will face against Valparasio on Nov. 28 in the fourth and final home game in the month of November.
Tip-off for Valparasio is set for 2 p.m.