A windy day for the cross-country team led to a second place finish at the Ball State Invitational. Although the sun was shinning Delaware County was under a wind advisory.
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After not competing last weekend, many fans may think the cross country team had time to rest and relax. That did not turn out to be the case.
The Ball State cross country team had another strong weekend at the Indiana Intercollegiate 5K. The team placed sixth out of 21 teams.
Ball State cross country brought home a second place standing this weekend in the Miami Open in Oxrod, Ohio.
Ball State Cross Country is set to take off in their fist competition of the season Saturday at 10 a.m. The team will be heading to Ohio to compete in the 5k Miami Invitational.
Former Ball State long distance runner Ali Bishel was named the new cross country and track & field assistant coach. The three-time NCAA Championship participant has moved from student athlete to student coach and is now settling in as the new assistant coach for the program this fall.
After finishing 11th out of 12 teams in the Mid-American Conference Championships last season, most would think expectations wouldn't be too high for the Ball State cross-country team Saturday at this season's MAC Championships.
The Ball State cross-country team will travel to Indiana State on Friday for the Sycamore Pride race as its second meet of the season.
The Ball State cross-country team has high hopes and expectations for the upcoming season.
Despite shedding three seconds off her season-best six-kilometer time, redshirt junior Ali Bishel finished in 67th place at the 2009 NCAA Cross Country Championships on Monday afternoon."You go into it to run the best race and beat as many people as you can," cross country coach Randy Heisler said. "Realistically you know your PR and those of the other people. It was a season-best time for Ali; so from that perspective she did well."
Before the 2007 season, Ball State University cross-country coach Randy Heisler didn't know Ali Bishel would be the number one runner on the team.Two years and countless accolades later, Bishel is gearing up for her second NCAA Championship appearance.
As the top finisher for Ball State University in her four races this year, redshirt junior Ali Bishel carried the cross country team on her back. Saturday, Bishel will again be asked to deliver as the lone representative for her team in the NCAA Great Lakes Regional hosted by Indiana University.
When senior Sarah Kehe walked into morning swim practice Monday, she was greeted by her teammates like a long lost friend.When the women's swimming and diving team began practicing the second week of the semester, they started without Kehe.The senior missed preseason training because she was preparing for the cross country season. In all, Kehe participates in three sports: cross country, swimming and track.
For the second straight season, the Ball State University cross country team finished in 11th place at the Mid-American Conference Championships on Saturday.Junior Ali Bishel led the Cardinals with a fourth place finish overall on the 6K course. Her time of 22:33 was under 15 seconds behind winner Ari Fisher from the University of Toledo in a tightly contested front pack.