Ball State women's tennis started off the 2017 season the same way it started it's run to the 2016 Mid-American Conference title — with two wins.
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The Cardinals were in action this afternoon against Northern Illinois in their second match of the MAC and took another 6-1 victory.
Ball State women's tennis started off its defense of the Mid-American Conference title with a 6-1 win over Western Michigan Friday.
Ball State men’s tennis begins Mid-American Conference play with matches against Western Michigan and Toledo this weekend after a week off from competition.
Ball State women's tennis coach Max Norris called upon his team to prove its value with Mid-American Conference play starting this weekend.
Ball State women’s tennis came through a few tough singles matches in its 6-1 victory over the Oakland Golden Grizzlies this afternoon at the Northwest YMCA in Muncie.
The Cardinals gear up for their final match before conference play begins next week.
The Cardinals extended their winning run to six games by beating the Butler Bulldogs 7-0 in Indianapolis this afternoon.
Ball State women's tennis makes the short journey to Indianapolis to play the Butler Bulldogs on Wednesday afternoon.
In their first ever matchup between Ball State and Belmont, the Cardinals came away with a 6-1 victory in Nashville. The match was held outside at the Centennial Sportsplex, with temperatures reaching in the region of 68 degrees by the end of play.
Before the team get their time-off over break, the women of Ball State tennis must deal with two matches in Tennessee this upcoming Saturday and Monday.
The Ball State men’s tennis team hits the road Wednesday as they travel to West Lafayette to take on Illinois.
Ball State women's tennis started its season with a 7-0 loss at North Carolina. Now, two months later, the Cardinals' record of 8-2 shows how they didn’t let the opening day defeat get to them.
An afternoon of high-quality tennis from both teams saw Ball State women's tennis prevail 5-2 over Youngstown State.
Off the back of a sunny, successful weekend for Ball State’s women’s tennis team, the Cardinals face the Youngstown State Penguins Saturday.Last Sunday saw the team play outdoors at the Cardinal Creek Tennis Center for the first time this season in a 7-0 win over IUPUI, but Ball State will be heading back indoors to the Northwest YMCA to play Youngstown State.Head coach Max Norris, though, said the Cardinals should be prepared to deal with uncertainty if they want to win championships.“If you can play in either setting and you can make your mind up that ‘It’s not that big of a difference’, you’re going to put yourself in a good position,” Norris said.
Ball State women's tennis seemed like it was feeling better, both on the outside and inside.
Peyton Gollhofer's dad wasn't always around when she was going up.Ret. Lt. Col. Robert Gollhofer served in the Marines for 15 years, which meant spending months at a time away from Peyton and her younger brother Robert Kyle.
On a summer-like afternoon in February, the Ball State women’s tennis team got the chance to play outside at the Cardinal Creek Tennis courts as they beat IUPUI 7-0.
Ball State bounced back after last week’s defeat with a 6-1 win over Evansville at Northwest YMCA Saturday.