After getting taken advantage of by Kent State’s aerial attack back on Sept. 28, Ball State coach Craig Roberts said his team was prepared for Kent State’s small field and style of play this time around.
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Saying a team plays to the level of its competition generally has a negative connotation, but Ball State showed the positive side of that argument on Thursday.
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Until the Mid-American Conference Tournament is here, Ball State coach Craig Roberts said he won’t stress the importance of certain games to his team.
Until the Mid-American Conference Tournament is here, Ball State coach Craig Roberts said he won't stress the importance of certain games to his team.
For coach Craig Roberts, winning means more now that Ball State is among the Mid-American Conference's elite teams.
With sloppy conditions causing every ball to skip, dip or bounce unexpectedly, it wouldn't take a special strike to get a goal in Friday's game.
Ball State's frustrations have centered around its offense all season long, but the team's statistical numbers are near the top of the Mid-American Conference.
Restricted to a fan's perspective in Sunday's game at Ohio, Ball State coach Craig Roberts was watching for more than results from his team.
Ball State coach Craig Roberts has said he doesn't change his game plan based on an opponent, but surface conditions are another matter.
After arguably being Ball State's most consistent player all season, sophomore defender Pavla Benyrova got some well-deserved recognition from the league office Monday.
A booming strike from 30 yards out gave the Ball State women's soccer team a 2-1 victory over Mid-American Conference opponent Akron on Sunday.
In a game marked by turnovers and sloppy play, Morgan Whitfield's run up the left side looked like a desperation attempt at first.
As Ball State's finishing woes continue to cost the team games, Friday's Mid-American Conference opener against Buffalo offers some comfort.
Coming off its two best performances of the season last weekend, Sunday's game against Butler was supposed to be the perfect transition into Mid-American Conference play.
In last weekend's Outrigger Hotels & Resorts Classic in Honolulu, the Ball State soccer team played its two toughest opponents yet this season.
After a Sept. 2 game against IPFW, Ball State's sophomore forward Nicole Pembleton posed for pictures outside the locker room with an opposing player named Sydney Hoareau.