Although her career on the field is over, senior Alyssa Heintschel continues to make history as a member of Ball State soccer with her academic accolades.
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Ball State soccer goalkeeper Alyssa Heintschel was named one of five members of the 2017 Senior CLASS Award First Team for women’s soccer after a nationwide vote.
Ball State soccer looked to have seized the momentum early after jumping out to a 1-0 lead within 10 minutes, but Toledo fought back for a 2-1 overtime victory to end Ball State’s season and advance to the Mid-American Conference Tournament championship.
Ball State soccer will look to punch its ticket to the Mid-American Conference Tournament championship game Thursday when it plays Toledo in the semifinals.
Ball State soccer’s Lauren Roll has been named a finalist for the Women’s Soccer HERO of the Week, an award voted on by fans to recognize the best performances of the week in NCAA sports.
Ball State avenged its only conference loss of the regular season as it defeated Northern Illinois 2-1 in the Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals on Sunday afternoon.
Alyssa Heintschel now sits in the Ball State record books as the goalkeeper with the most victories in school history as she recorded the 35th win of her career as Ball State beat Miami 1-0 on Thursday.
Those familiar with Ball State soccer may know Alyssa Heintschel as the senior goalkeeper and captain of the team. What they may not be as familiar with is her excellence inside the classroom.
Ball State soccer will look to find its offensive groove Thursday at Miami in the final regular season game of the season.
The Ball State defense held strong for 110 minutes, recording five saves, including a key stop in the 68th minute when junior defender Evie Stepaniak stepped into the 6-yard box.
Sophomore defender Yela Ziswiler’s first two goals of the season couldn’t have come at a better time, as she scored her second of the game just two minutes after Buffalo claimed the momentum by scoring an equalizer off of a penalty kick late in the final 15 minutes.
Ball State soccer will look to keep building on its recent momentum as it begins a three-game road trip with a visit to Buffalo Thursday.
Ball State soccer closed out its regular season home schedule with a 1-0 win over Mid-American Conference foe Central Michigan at Briner Sports Complex that saw both teams struggle to keep possession of the ball at the start of the game.
Ball State soccer bounced back from its first home loss in almost three years with a convincing 3-0 win over Mid-American Conference opponent Eastern Michigan, a game in which Ball State had more goals than Eastern Michigan had shots.
Ball State soccer will look to bounce back from a 3-2 home loss against Northern Illinois, a game in which the Cardinals hadn’t trailed until the final NIU goal in the fourth minute of overtime.
Ball State soccer’s six-game unbeaten streak was snapped Sunday in a 3-2 loss against Northern Illinois after the Huskies mounted a comeback late in the second half and overtime, handing Ball State its first Mid-American Conference loss of the season.
Sophomore forward Sam Kambol recorded the lone goal of the day in the second minute of the second half at Western Michigan Thursday as the Ball State soccer team stayed unbeaten in conference play and held their position atop the Mid-American Conference with a 1-0 victory in Kalamazoo.
Ball State soccer will look to maintain its momentum and stay in first place in the Mid-American Conference as it travels to play Western Michigan. The Cardinals will be looking to stay unbeaten in the MAC and hope to extend their unbeaten streak to six games.
It was a physical Sunday afternoon at Briner Sports Complex as Ball State came away with a 1-0 victory over Kent State in a Mid-American conference match that had 30 combined fouls and five yellow cards.
Ball State avenged its only 2016 Mid-American Conference loss with a 3-1 victory against the Ohio Bobcats at Briner Sports Complex to stretch their unbeaten streak to four games.