Ball State women’s basketball returned to its winning ways at home Dec. 1 after a three-game road trip last brought mixed results.
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Ball State women's basketball (3-2) hosts Chicago State Thursday evening looking to right the ship.Chicago State is 0-6, but they'll still be taken seriously by the Cardinals.“Listen, Chicago State is going to beat somebody, and we don’t want it to be us," head coach Brady Sallee said.
The shot clock read one second left in the first half. With the Cardinals up 14 points on IU-Kokomo, head coach James Whitford substituted sophomore center Trey Moses into the game.
For the third season in a row, Ball State men’s basketball hosted IU Kokomo and won big, 92-52.
Ball State men's basketball will have a chance to rack up some wins as it begins a six-game home stand after a difficult season-opening schedule.
Thanksgiving brought a much-needed break for most Ball State students, but several Cardinals teams were still playing over break.When many students were driving home Tuesday night, Ball State football was taking on Miami (Ohio), men's basketball was in Las Vegas and women's basketball was in Savannah, Georgia.A pair of former Ball State football players also had a memorable week, including a championship in Canada.
Ball State men’s basketball capped its four-game road trip with a 79-73 loss at Valparaiso on Nov.
In the third game of the Men Who Speak Up Main Event at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Ball State trailed Coppin State only once en route to a 79-77 victory Nov. 21.
Ball State women's basketball hits the road for the first time this season in the Savannah Invitational in Savannah, Georgia.
On Nov. 21 the Cardinals (1-2) will play Coppin State (0-4) at 3:30 p.m. On Nov. 23 the Cardinals take on Southern Utah (1-2) at 3:30 p.m.
In the second game of the MGM Grand Main Event tournament, the Ball State men's basketball team (1-2) traveled south to the University of Alabama (2-1) Nov. 18.
Whitford knew it would take time to implement his plan for Ball State. More importantly, it would take time to change the program's culture, an idea he took from his time working as an assistant coach for Sean Miller, Arizona's head coach.
After falling in a heartbreaking overtime loss Tuesday to Indiana State, the Ball State men’s basketball team (1-1) heads to Alabama (1-1) Friday night to play the first ever matchup between the two.The Cardinals will play game number two in the four games of the MGM Grand Main Event.
Coming into Nov. 16's game, Ball State women's basketball (2-0) had two main objectives. It needed to stop Evansville senior guard Sara Dickey, and it needed to take advantage of its height down low.
For much of the first half, Evansville was able to keep it close with Ball State women's basketball.
Ball State played against Indiana State on Nov. 15 in Worthen Arena. The Cardinals lost 74-80.
With 12 minutes left in the game Ball State corraled two offensive rebounds but failed to capitalize and put points on the board.
Ball State forced overtime in its home opener against Indiana State, but the Cardinals couldn't overcome cold shooting and sloppy play in its 80-74 loss.
Last Friday, junior forward Moriah Monaco and senior center Renee Bennett combined to score over half of Ball State's points in an 88-60 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff. If they put up a similar performance against the University of Evansville at Worthen Arena Nov.
Ball State men's basketball (1-0) home opener against Indiana State Tuesday will be the Cardinals only home matchup in their first six games.