Ball State coach Rich Maloney doesn’t just want to rebuild the team; he wants to rebuild the entire program, including the infrastructure.
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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.
Rukmini Callimachi, met with students in Cardinal Hall at the L.A. Pittenger Center to discuss her piece, “The Hunger Brides of Niger.”
Ball State and Bowling Green entered Tuesday’s baseball game with identical 4-5 conference records, with both teams wanting to take advantage of the midweek game.
Heading into the 2013 season, Ball State knew it’d have its hands full trying to decipher how the pitching rotation would fall into place.
After dropping the first two series’ against Mid-American Conference opponents, Ball State coach Rich Maloney knew his team needed to come up big against Western Michigan.
Ball State pitcher Tyler Jordan needed a new wrinkle to his game in order to get more playing time and get more batters out.
Ball State coach Rich Maloney said going into Wednesday’s game that Ball State’s and Northern Kentucky’s records could be thrown out the window because it was a midweek game.
Heading into the game against Northern Kentucky, Ball State coach Rich Maloney expects to see quite a few arms going throughout the course of the game.
Ball State’s Chris Marangon doesn’t have an outstanding record. In fact, he’s only 1-1.
For the second straight weekend, Ball State found itself on the losing end of a 2-1 series, this time against Mid-American Conference favorite Kent State.