After Ball State (16-6, 8-3 MAC) lost to division-leader Central Michigan (16-7, 10-2 MAC), Cardinal head coach Brady Sallee said he was not excited to watch the game film."I’ll have to watch it, but what I’m afraid of is the lessons that we would talk about off this film are effort-related, want-to-related," he said.
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Ball State women's basketball lost its first home game of the season against Central Michigan 74-65 after struggling in areas the team normally excels at.
The last time Ball State played Ohio on the road Jan. 9, the Bobcats' forward Antonio Campbell dominated with 27 points while Kenny Kaminski was held scoreless. Things were different a month later at Worthen Arena.
Tuesday’s Social Media Night game promotion was not enough to push the Cardinals (15-9) to a win against the Ohio University Bobcats (15-8) in Worthen Arena.
Ball State lost to Ohio, 72-69, Tuesday night in Worthen Arena. The Cardinals are now 6-5 in Mid-American Conference play, and still tied for first in the West Division.
Trailing by as many as 7 in the second half to Ohio, the Ball State men's basketball team had one last chance with the clock winding down as redshirt junior Ryan Weber missed a 3-point attempt at the buzzer as the Cardinals lost, 72-69.
Ball State men's basketball is tied for first place in the Mid-American Conference West Division and returns at 7 p.m. on Feb. 9 against Ohio at Worthen Arena.
Students will be cheering for more than just a basketball game on Feb. 9, as Ball State athletics hosts its second annual social media night at Worthen Arena.Through email, Ball State athletics gave away free customized T-shirts for students who sent their name, T-shirt size and Twitter handle. Around 1,000 students are set to receive shirts.
Ball State women’s basketball senior guard Nathalie Fontaine has been named Mid-American Conference West Division Player of the Week for the fifth time this season.Fontaine earned the honor after scoring 20.0 points per game and hauling in 11.5 rebounds per game over the last week.She scored 18 points in the Cardinals’ come-from-behind victory at Buffalo, 59-57.
It took an overtime period to separate Ball State and Western Michigan, but the Cardinals came away with a 75-71 win at Worthen Arena.
Ball State women’s basketball (16-5, 8-2 Mid-American Conference) came back to beat Buffalo (11-10, 3-7 MAC) 59-57 after trailing by as much as 14 earlier in the game.
Senior guard Nathalie Fontaine racked up her 11th double-double of the season as Ball State (15-5, 7-2 Mid-American Conference) beat Akron (11-10, 5-5 MAC), 78-71.
Ball State narrowly defeated Akron Wednesday night in Worthen Arena. Nathalie Fontaine lead the team in rebounds and points, earning her "Cardinal of the Game."
With 13:07 left on the clock against Bowling Green, the Ball State men's basketball team was down 53-40. The Cardinals then went on a 32-11 run en route to their victory.
Free T-shirts and prizes will be provided by Ball State athletics during its second annual social media night on Feb. 9 during the men's basketball game.
For the second straight game, the Ball State men's basketball team shot over 50 percent from the field. This time, it lead to a 72-64 victory over Bowling Green.
Tonight, Ball State men’s basketball (13-8, 4-4 MAC) will play Bowling Green State University (13-8, 4-4 MAC) in Bowling Green, Ohio, at 7 p.m.The Cardinals have not beaten the Falcons since Feb.
Ball State women's basketball proved it can compete at the highest level in the Mid-American Conference.
For the third consecutive game, turnovers negatively affected the Ball State men's basketball team.
Ball State women’s basketball (14-5, 6-2 MAC) lost its first home game of the season Jan. 30 against Ohio University (17-3, 9-0 MAC) 68-67.