Coming into the season, head coach Brady Sallee faced many questions about how he and his team would replace the program’s all-time leading scorer, Nathalie Fontaine.
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Seven local elementary and middle schools were in attendance for Kids' Day. About 1,000 students filled out the crowd of 1,683 in the Cardinals’ season-opener — brought to you by the letter W.
After the 74-64 victory over UIndy Nov. 4 in the exhibition game, men’s basketball is set to open non-conference regular season play Nov. 11 against the Saint Louis University Billikens.
The Cardinals return four players who all started games for head coach James Whitford last season.
To make the NCAA women's basketball tournament, the path is simple: win the Mid-American Conference Tournament and earn the automatic bid.
Exhibition games are a chance for players to play under the lights and get the jitters out.Ball State men's basketball's 74-64 exhibition victory over the University of Indianapolis seemed to do just that — but the win didn't come easy.
The Ball State men's basketball team played against the University of Indianapolis Nov. 3 in Worthen Arena. The Cardinals won 76-64.
Ball State men’s basketball started its season with an exhibition against the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds and came away with more than just the 74-64 victory on Nov. 3.There are improvements this team must make in order to compete for a Mid-American Conference title.
Ball State men's basketball hasn't won a season opener since 2012.To reverse that trend, fourth-year head coach James Whitford scheduled the Cardinals' first exhibition game in three seasons on Thursday, November 3 against the University of Indianapolis.
With basketball season less than three weeks away, Ball State prepares to continue its momentum coming off its best season in four years.
Ball State women's basketball returns four starters in the 2016-17 season -- but won't return the program's all-time leading scorer.Nathalie Fontaine finished her Ball State career with a record 2,166 points and broke a number of season records, including points scored (660). She was also the only player in the Mid-American Conference to average more than 20 points (20.6) and 10 rebounds (10.2) per game.The Cardinals finished 22-10, making the Women's National Invitation Tournament for the fourth season in a row.Ball State will set its goals higher this year, looking to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2009, when the program, a 14-seed, upset 3-seed Tennessee in one of the biggest upsets of women's basketball history.Head coach Brady Sallee, senior guard Jill Morrison and junior forward Moriah Monaco were all at women's basketball media day to address how the team will move forward.Here are 3 takeaways from the press conference Oct.
Tayler Persons is eligible to play after sitting out last year as a transfer per NCAA rules. He averaged 13.1 points and 3.7 assists per game during his freshman year at Northern Kentucky.
All of the Ball State men’s basketball games for the 2016-2017 season will be aired on ESPN3.
The Ball State men’s basketball team landed their first recruit for the incoming freshman class in point guard Ishmael El-Amin.
The Ball State men’s basketball 2016-2017 schedule has been finalized with the release of the Mid-American Conference schedule.
Las Vegas awaits the Ball State men’s basketball team after the Cardinals announced that they will participate in the 2016 MGM Grand Main Event.
Each year, the Mid-American Conference awards two athletes, one male and one female, from the graduating classes of each of its member institutions the Medal of Excellence.This year, Ball State was represented by junior baseball player Alex Call and junior women's basketball player Shelby Merder.
After engineering the fourth-largest improvement in the NCAA, men's basketball coach James Whitford signed a contract extension through the 2020-21 season.
It appears Jeremiah Davis has found a new home.The Muncie native, who has recently been granted a sixth year of college eligibility, tweeted that he will continue his basketball career and attend graduate school at Georgia State University.Davis played 42 games in two seasons at Ball State, averaging 6.6 points and 2.8 assists while shooting .364 percent from the field. He started the first two games of this season, but lost his spot in the rotation and played in just four of the Cardinals' final 17 games.
Junior Naiel Smith will transfer after one season at Ball State.