Ball State cross country will travel to Miami this weekend to compete in the Redhawk Rumble as its full roster will make return to action.
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Senior Jordan Timmons led the Ball State cross country team this weekend at the Indiana Intercollegiate Championships at Purdue University Cross Country Course.
This weekend, a select squad of the Ball State cross country team will head to Purdue to compete at the Indiana Intercollegiate Championship meet.
Ball State cross country will travel to Illinois State this weekend to compete in the Illinois State Invitational.
Ball State cross country competed in Carmel at the Butler Twilight. The Cardinals placed third with a total score of 55.
Ball State was picked to finish 10th in the Mid-American Conference according to the cross country preseason polls released on Aug. 30.
After months of training and several hard fought races, the cross country team will toe the starting line one final time this season at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Cardinals had a goal of finishing in the top eight of the Mid-American Conference Cross Country Championship.
The Cardinals need good placement.That is the main thing sophomore Stephanie McElhaney believes her team needs to improve as her cross country team heads to Bradley University on Oct. 14.
With a time of 18:30.7, freshman Emily Tromp won the Cardinal Duals meet Sept. 23. For her performance, she was named the Mid-American Conference Runner of the Week by the MAC coaches. This is the first time a runner from Ball State has received this award since Ali Bishel in 2007. Tromp was humble when asked what the award meant to her.
When Emily Tromp stepped to the starting line of the Ball State Cardinal Duals, she was running for more than just her team. She had a very special person cheering her on.
Ball State cross country hosts its first meet in nearly two years Sept. 23, but the biggest home-field advantage might be the proximity to the Health Center.Distance coach Raynee DeGrio is hoping she has a healthy team to put on the starting line.
When the Cardinals toe the starting line in Bloomington Sept. 16, they’ll get a chance to see where they stand in the hierarchy of Indiana cross country.
Ball State cross country will have a young roster this season — half of its runners are freshmen.
Ball State’s football and cross country teams will make their season debuts this weekend, while the field hockey, soccer and volleyball teams continue their seasons on the road.
The Cardinal’s cross country team continued the start of their season by traveling to Athen’s Ohio yesterday to compete at the Ohio Invitational.
The Ball State cross country team opened its 2014 season by placing third at the Butler Opener.
The Ball State cross country team finished its season Friday at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional hosted at Wisconsin’s Zimmer Championship Course. The Cardinals had a strong showing in the women’s 6K with five of its six runners posting career-best times.
With the season winding down, the Ball State cross country team traveled to Ohio this weekend to run in the 2013 Mid-American Conference Championship hosted by Bowling Green State University. The women’s 6k race was hosted at the campus course in Bowling Green.
The Ball State cross country team finished with one of its strongest races this season. The Cardinals took fifth place out of 34 other teams in the Jenna Strong Fall Classic, hosted by Wilmington College. Together Ball State’s five scored runners posted a time of 19:16.25, earning them 170 points.