Having a career year for Ball State field hockey (7-10, 2-3 MAC) is not enough for the ever hard-working senior goalkeeper Jordan Dues.
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Emotions were not only running high for Ball State Field Hockey (7-10, 2-3 MAC) at Briner Sunday for Senior night, but to gain momentum going into the MAC playoffs facing Miami (10-7, 4-1 MAC). Coming into the game the cardinals held a 2-2 conference record which is just enough to hold a playoff spot for the time being.
Only four teams make the Mid-American Conference field hockey tournament, and right now Ball State (6-9, 1-2 MAC) is in that last spot.Half a game back in the standings is Missouri State (7-8, 1-3 MAC), which hosts the Cardinals Friday at 4 p.m.“It’s a must-win game, 100 percent," said senior forward Lexi Kavanaugh. "We have to [win].”
“We were taking soft shots and not shooting on goal well enough,” said junior forward Abbey Main. “We were push-passing a lot when we needed to be hitting harder.”
With the season winding down, Ball State (6-9, 1-2 MAC) field hockey had hoped that their 2-1 win over Longwood (7-8, 1-3 MAC) on October 9 would catapult the team into a winning streak with two straight home games coming after.
It will only take one win for Ball State field hockey (5-7, 0-1 MAC) to finish with a better Mid-American Conference record than it did last season.The Cardinals finished the 2015 season 0-6 in the MAC (2-16 overall), and first-year head coach Christy Longacre has been looking forward to the team's first conference win since Oct. 11, 2014.
After being on the road for over a month, Ball State field hockey will play its first regular season home game Oct. 3 against Ohio State.
Behind three goals on three first-half shots, Ball State field hockey snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over Michigan State Oct. 2.
After a 3-0 start to the season and getting off to their best start in two years, Ball State field hockey (4-6; 0-2 MAC) has lost four straight and six of their last seven games with their last win coming on Saturday, Sept.
Ball State Field hockey (4-4) went 0-2 this weekend in Iowa City, Iowa, losing against No. 15 Iowa (6-2), 1-4, and No. 4 Penn State (8-0), 0-7.The Cardinals got off to a good start against Iowa, taking the lead in the first half, 1-0, via a goal by senior midfielder Mikayla Mooney, her third of the season.
Several Ball State sports teams are back in action this weekend, and they will all be competing in road games.
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.
With the first week of classes underway, three Ball State athletic teams will compete this weekend.Soccer will play at home against Xavier Aug. 26 and Fort Wayne on Aug. 28.Field hockey opens its season with a pair of games in North Carolina against Appalachian State Aug. 26 and Davidson Aug. 28.Women’s volleyball kicks off its season with three games at the Fort Wayne Invitational beginning Aug. 26.
It has been a dim season for the Ball State field hockey team, but there is still hope for post-season play.Ball State is 1-11 overall with an 0-1 Mid-American Conference record.
The Mid-American Conference preseason polls were released Aug. 27, and the Ball State Cardinals are projected to finish fifth, ahead of both Longwood and Missouri State.
The Ball State field hockey team lost their seventh straight game Friday , as they fell to No. 7 Iowa by a score of 8-0.
The Ball State field hockey team had a rough home stand over the weekend, losing both of their games.
The Ball State field hockey team fell to the Central Michigan in their conference opener Saturday, marking the team's fifth loss in a row.
Ball State field hockey goalkeeper Shelby Henley has been a force in the net through the first half of this season.
The Ball State field hockey team suffered their fourth consecutive loss Sept. 21 against No. 15 Northwestern.