Ball State entered its game against Central Michigan with a chance to secure a first-round bye in the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
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Ball State women's basketball faced Toledo Feb. 24 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals won 78-73.
Ball State fell to Western Michigan Feb. 23. The Cardinals lost 80-87.
In its last four games, Ball State women’s basketball had dominated its competition. Today was a different story.
Loud cheers were heard throughout Worthen Arena as 2,822 fans honored Ball State’s senior class before tipoff of its final home game of the regular season.
Senior guard Sean Sellers started the night off with a bang for Ball State, connecting on his 225th 3-pointer just five minutes into the game to break Jesse Berry's record for the most made triples in school history.
After winning five games in a row and seven of its last eight, Ball State can clinch a first-round bye in the Mid-American Conference Tournament with a win.
Ball State women's basketball isn't the only team on the bubble as the season winds down. Who's right there with them?
At this stage of this of the season, Ball State (22-4, 11-4 MAC) knows every game matters for its postseason hopes.
Ball State made everything hectic for the Western Michigan offense, forcing it to commit 17 turnovers.
Two freshman and a sophomore — that's what makes up Ball State's bench. And they're going to be key to the Cardinals success moving forward.
The Cardinals lit it up from the floor in the second half, shooting 47 percent from the floor on 15 made baskets.
Sean Sellers kept Worthen Arena on the edge of its seat as the Cardinals won their fifth straight MAC game.
Everything that happened in Ball State sports over the weekend, all in one place.
Ball State men's volleyball played Loyola Feb. 17 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals won 3-1.
Ball State men's basketball played Toledo Feb. 17 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals won 99-71.
The Cardinals held the Huskies to just 28.6 percent shooting from the field and 19 percent from the 3-point line.
Ball State men’s basketball has been pouring it on in the paint recently, and its game against Toledo was no different.
On paper, Ball State and Toledo had the makings of being a tightly contested game. It wasn't.
Ball State looks like a completely different team compared to the beginning of the season, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.