On a day that honored three seniors before the game, Ball State finished its 2010-11 season Saturday afternoon on a high note.
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Despite splitting its home doubleheader with Toledo Friday, Ball State continued to show signs of improvement heading into next season.
In its final series of the year this weekend against Toledo, Ball State looks to build some momentum and confidence going into next season.
Whatever hopes Ball State (13-34, 9-14) had of reaching the Mid-American Conference Tournament evaporated as it fell victim to an 18-8 blowout by Northern Illinois.
Ball State (12-32) dropped a 14-9 contest versus in-state and Big Ten rival Purdue Wednesday afternoon to complete its non-conference schedule.
The harsh bitterness of losing continues to linger with Ball State (12-31).
As Ball State (12-31) entered its pivotal weekend series versus Mid-American Conference West division rival Western Michigan (22-25), the mindset was to win the series.
Saturday's 2-0 loss against Mid-American Conference West division rival Western Michigan widened the gap between Ball State (12-30, 8-11). and a chance at the MAC Tournament.
When Mid-American Conference foe Eastern Michigan (28-15, 12-6 MAC) handed Ball State an 18-5 beating in Sunday's series finale, coach Alex Marconi's frustrations worsened.
After dropping its series opener against Mid-American Conference West division opponent Eastern Michigan, Ball State (12-27, 8-8) put itself in a comfortable position heading into the late stages of Game 2 Saturday afternoon.
Six days have past since Ball State dished out an 8-1 win against Mid-American Conference foe Central Michigan last Sunday.
Ball State's series opener versus Mid-American Conference West opponent Eastern Michigan mirrored last weekend's series opener against Central Michigan.
Saturday's doubleheader versus preseason Mid-American Conference West division favorite Central Michigan (19-19, 8-5 MAC) served as a golden opportunity for Ball State to make a statement.
After watching his team drop both games in a doubleheader Saturday, coach Alex Marconi had to change things up.
The Mid-American Conference series opener between Ball State (11-23, 7-4) and Central Michigan (18-19, 7-5) today has been postponed due to inclement weather and field conditions.
For Ball State, the biggest conference test of the season could come in this weekend's series with Mid-American Conference West division favorite Central Michigan (18-19, 7-5 MAC).
With its regular lineup intact, Ball State dodged poor field conditions and a bundle of pitching errors en route to a 12-6 victory over Northwestern Ohio.
Tuesday afternoon's game versus Butler of the Horizon League has been postponed due to rain.
What was supposed to be a three-game Mid-American Conference series versus Buffalo turned into a doubleheader Friday due to inclement weather and field conditions.
Sunday afternoon's series finale between Ball State and Buffalo was cancelled due to inclement weather.