Entering Sunday's double-header, true freshman Kenny Mahala had just three RBIs on the season.
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After posting wins in its first two Mid-American Conference series of the season, Ball State looks to take another against East division foe Bowling Green (9-15, 3-3 MAC) in a three-game weekend series at Ball Diamond.
A superb pitching performance and a couple of runs sprinkled in between gave Bowling Green (10-15, 4-3 MAC) a 2-0 victory in game one of three versus Ball State (6-21, 4-3 MAC).
After taking two of three games from Mid-American Conference foe Miami over the weekend, Ball State (6-19, 4-2 MAC) will go head-to-head in a mid-week non-conference game with in-state rival Indiana State (15-10, 0-0) of the Missouri Valley Conference today.
The midweek matchup between Ball State and Indiana State resulted in a 5-3 win for Indiana State.
The thought of a complete game never crossed the mind of Ball State pitcher Cal Bowling.
The second of three games between Ball State and Miami turned into a slugfest with the RedHawks outdueling the Cardinals.
Ball State claimed a series finale 6-3 win over Mid-American Conference foe Miami, giving the Cardinals a 2-1 series victory over the weekend.
Ball State (5-18) scored the first run of the game when freshman infielder Kenny Mahala drove an RBI single up the middle, scoring junior second baseman Mitch Widau from third base.
After a successful series against Ohio last weekend, Ball State (4-18, 2-1) hits the road for the first time in Mid-American Conference play this weekend as it travels to Oxford, Ohio, for a three-game series with the MAC East division leading Miami RedHawks (12-12, 3-0) at McKie Field.
The regulation, which installs the Batted Ball Coefficient of Resolution, brings bats even closer to duplicating the effects of wooden ones.
Its overall record of 4-18 sounds alarming, but in reality, Ball State (2-1) is one win shy of a share of first place in the Mid-American Conference West division.
For the second time in consecutive games, Ball State's offense provided late inning heroics versus the Ohio Bobcats.
After eight and a half innings of scoreless baseball and clusters of squandered opportunities, Ball State finally broke through in the bottom of the ninth inning.
Junior Cal Bowling (1-1, 3.96 ERA) will get the start for Ball State in its Mid-American Conference opener against Ohio this afternoon.
The wins have become scarce, while the losses have piled up. For the Ball State (2-17) baseball team, the season starts over as it plays host to the Ohio Bobcats to begin Mid-American Conference play.
The Hoosiers spoiled the Cardinals' home opener with a 10-2 win.
The accolades continue to pile up for junior catcher Amanda Montalto and sophomore pitcher Audra Sanders.
Chief reporter Tyler Poslosky takes a look at both team's offense, defense, starting pitchers and bullpen.
Facts on both Ball State and Indiana University.