Ball State men’s tennis (12-8) has played 18 matches this season, and only two have been outside.
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Sunday's defeat brings Ball State to an 8-9 record overall.
Ball State men’s tennis traveled to Kalamazoo, Michigan, and couldn’t upset the Mid-American Conference preseason favorite Western Michigan Broncos.
Ball State women’s tennis managed to get back into the win column, taking down the Northern Iowa Panthers, 7-0, at home.
One of the players to watch is redshirt junior Colin Rigney. In the past three matches, Rigney and doubles partner Nemanja Guzina have won their doubles match.
Arguably one of the biggest gauges of success in sports, especially at the college level, is the development of the players.
Whether it’s 4,000 miles or 400 miles, three Ball State men’s tennis players didn’t hesitate to come play for the program.
Ball State men’s tennis (12-6) has faced three opponents from Indiana this season. Heading into today's match against in-state foe Butler, junior Conner Andersen said these matches against Indiana colleges are “more competitive.”
Being a team that has won most of its games by one point, Ball State men’s tennis (12-6, 2-2 MAC) lost to Northern Illinois, 4-3. However, head coach Bill Richards said he thought the Cardinals played well.
Ball State tennis enters its fourth Mid-American Conference match against Northern Illinois, a team it has seen once already this season. However, Ball State head coach Bill Richards said every conference match is important.
The Mid-American Conference has never tested Ball State tennis in the way it has so far this season.
Ball State women's tennis (7-7, 0-2 MAC) closed out its weekend of Mid-American Conference play with another loss. The team lost a close match to Bowling Green (10-5, 2-0 MAC) Sunday afternoon, 4-3.
Ball State mens tennis competed against Toledo March 24. The Cardinals won 5-2.
Women's tennis competed against Miami March 23. The Cardinals lost 1-6.
A sweep in the doubles slate and domination in the singles slate gave the Cardinals a 5-2 win over the Rockets.
Ball State women's tennis opened up Mid-American Conference play Friday afternoon as it hosted Miami.
Ball State men's tennis will continue Mid-American Conference play as it hosts Toledo on Saturday.
After Saturday’s win against Binghamton, Ball State ended up on the losing end against Northern Illinois.
With a little luck and a fighting spirit, Ball State men’s tennis traveled to Binghamton and came out with a 4-3 win.
Ball State men's tennis begins Mid-American Conference play after roughly eight weeks of nonconference matches. Ball State (10-4) has one goal in mind concerning the MAC portion of its season.