For the first 15 minutes, it was all the Ball State field hockey team could have hoped for.
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It’s a change of pace that will allow Ball State to keep up with its Mid-American Conference opponents.
After spending five years around the Ball State field hockey team as a player, Gretchen Lulow returned in 2012 as an assistant coach.
For Ball State field hockey seniors Marisa Weachter and Devon Bell, this weekend will be, as they both said, “bittersweet.”
After what many thought was a step forward in a 3-2 win against Indiana, the Ball State field hockey team took a hit after suffering through a 0-2 weekend at Ohio and Ohio State.
For the second time in 15 days, Ball State triumphed over its older sibling, Indiana.
Allie White doesn't even remember the shot.
Saturday saw Mid-American conference foes Ball State and Central Michigan square off on the BSU Turf Field at the Brinker Sports Complex.
Saturday saw Mid-American Conference foes Ball State and Central Michigan square off on the BSU Turf Field at the Brinker Sports Complex.
Shelby Henley and Maddi Elliott are two totally different people.
After 11 years, former Ball State field hockey coach Karen Fitzpatrick returned to the sideline - this time as a spectator.
Even with the added support of former players and families, the Ball State field hockey team couldn't secure a win over two games, falling to both Missouri State and St. Louis on Alumni Weekend.
-á It was a tale of two halves for the Ball State field hockey team Saturday afternoon, ending 2-4.
After the first home win of the season last weekend, the Ball State field hockey team has many things to prepare for this weekend.
Until Sunday's game, the Ball State field hockey team had scored seven total goals.
The Ball State field hockey team had a rough Saturday.
The Ball State field hockey team needs a break. The Cardinals played four games in two consecutive weekends, but have just one foe this weekend - the Longwood Lancers.
Ball State field hockey coach Beth Maddox said prior to the games, as long as her team competes against Davidson and Louisville, she'd be happy.