Ball State will face a big challenge in its first game of the weekend as it will take on defending national champion Oklahoma on Friday.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of Ball State Daily's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
79 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
With spring sports starting up and winter sports moving deeper into conference play, it's hard to keep track of everything that's going on in Ball State athletics. Here's everything that happened the weekend of Feb. 9-11 for Ball State's athletic teams.
Ball State softball wrapped up its first of five early-season tournaments Sunday afternoon.
After a 1-1 start on the first day of the season, Ball State softball dominated both North Carolina State and Georgetown to sweep Saturday's doubleheader in Fort Myers, Florida.
Ball State (1-1) had five different players drive in runs in its 10-2 rout of LIU-Brooklyn (0-2) on Friday evening to earn its first victory in 2018.
Molly Smith got the win for the Tigers, going all seven innings and allowing seven hits. Junior Aeshia Miles took the loss for the Cardinals (0-1), giving up all four earned runs over six innings pitched.
While there may be snow on the ground in Muncie, the Ball State Softball team is kicking off their 2018 season down in sunny Florida in the Florida Gulf Coast University kick-off classic.
Ball State softball opens its eight game fall schedule this Sunday with a trip to Westfield, Indiana to take on IUPUI and Western Kentucky in the State of Indiana Tournament.
In preparation for the 2018 season, Ball State softball has announced the addition of two new assistants to round out head coach Megan Ciolli Bartlett's staff.
A pair of timely hits in the second inning pushed No. 4 Kent State (28-25, 16-9 MAC) towards an early lead that they only continued to extend.Dropping the first game of the Mid-American Conference Tournament 4-1, No. 5 Ball State softball (30-27, 14-11 MAC) failed to get their bats going.
Now that Mid-American Conference league play has ended, the Ball State softball squad has more to celebrate than entering the MAC tournament seeded No. 5 with an overall record of 30-26 (14-10 MAC.They also have four players that have earned spots on All-Conference teams. Junior second baseman Maddy Labrador became the 31st player in program history to be named First Team All-Mid-American Conference.
Central Michigan exploded in the third inning, earning three runs off of three hits to give the team an early 3-0 lead.Finding no luck in the number three, Ball State softball (29-22,13-6 MAC) fell to Mid-American Conference foe Central Michigan (32-13,14-4 MAC) this afternoon with a final score of 6-1.
Thursdays are travel days for the Ball State softball team as they prepare to play three-game series, with games on Friday, Saturday and sometimes even Sunday.
Right-handed pitcher junior Carolyn Wilmes cracked open Ball State's softball history book this afternoon by recording her first career no-hitter to lead the team to a 2-1 victory over Toledo (20-30, 8-9 MAC) in the first game of today's double-header.
In just three appearances last week, Ball State softball's Carolyn Wilmes recorded a 0.93 ERA in 15 innings of work, while holding opponents to a .185 batting average against her. The right handed pitcher was named the Mid-American Conference West Division Pitcher of the Week this afternoon for the first time in her career.
Ball State's pitching staff gave it their all in a double-header against Eastern Michigan today. Finishing out the day with a split, the Cardinals were handed their first loss at home.
With nine strikeouts on the day Ball State softball sophomore pitcher Carolyn Wilmes helped Ball State defeat Eastern Michigan 8-0 in six innings.
Sophomore designated hitter Madison Lee had two of only four hits holding Ohio starting pitcher Danielle Stiene back from a complete-game shutout.
In a close battle between the two Mid-American Conference league leaders, Ball State softball (25-17, 9-1 MAC) went 2-0 in today's doubleheader against Ohio (25-10, 6-4 MAC). With a 3-2 victory over the Bobcats in the first game, and an extra-inning 3-2 victory in the second matchup, the Cardinals now hold an eight-game win streak and handed Ohio its first loss while at home this season.Junior right hander Carolyn Wilmes had a day on the mound, grabbing her 11th win for a complete game.
Ball State softball’s six-game winning streak puts them at a 7-1 record in Mid-American Conference league play.Head coach Megan Ciolli Bartlett thinks this calls for an earned break.