Historically, the Ball State baseball team has struggled on the road against Indiana State. The team went into Tuesday’s game having not won in Terre Haute since 1991.
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The Ball State baseball team suffered an 11-1 loss to the visiting Toledo Rockets on Sunday.
The Ball State baseball team managed its eighth consecutive victory on Saturday. The Cardinals move to 26-20 overall with a 13-10 record in the Mid-American Conference.
If not to extend a five-game win streak, Friday’s game against Toledo was especially important in strengthening a hold on the Mid-American Conference-West’s No. 2 spot.
The Ball State baseball team picked up a fourth consecutive victory on Tuesday. The win streak is the second-longest of the season for the Cardinals.
Just two games in, Ball State has already won its three-game series against Ohio.
Just two games in to the three-game series, Ball State has already won its series against Ohio.
It was a scenario Ball State has seen several times lately. The Cardinals were holding a close 5-3 lead late in the game, with the bullpen in to close the game out.
For the ninth time this season, Ball State baseball had its game canceled due to poor weather.
Ball State coach Rich Maloney doesn’t just want to rebuild the team; he wants to rebuild the entire program, including the infrastructure.
Last fall, when Ball State coach Rich Maloney had his first look at the team he’d be coaching this season, he was less than impressed.
For Ball State, it was its fourth series loss of the season out of five, and the team dropped to 6-9 in the Mid-American Conference, fourth in the MAC West.
Ball State athletics will soon announce a plan for a new volleyball and basketball practice facility, along with the possibility of other improved sports facilities.
In a roller coaster season that’s seen a lot of both highs and lows, Ball State reached its highest point on Wednesday.
The baseball team’s only season matchup against Indiana Tech was rained out Tuesday.
Little mistakes leading to bigger problems is an issue Ball State coach Rich Maloney has seen all season.
Leading 3-2 going into the top of the ninth, Ball State was in position to win its second straight series, this time over Central Michigan.
It was a different day for Ball State on Saturday. Instead of giving up 19 runs, sophomore Scott Baker shut down the Central Michigan lineup, and led his team to a 6-1 victory.
After a soggy evening ended Ball State’s hopes of getting a win at Purdue on Wednesday, the bus turned around and headed back to Muncie for Ball State’s weekend battle against Central Michigan.