Junior Michael VanDeventer tied for the individual title.
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"It's going to be a field where we just can't assume we're going to do well," head coach Mike Fleck said.
The Ball State women's golf team looks to extend its winning streak to three when it travels to Bloomington, Indiana, to take part in the Indiana Invitational.
Ball State women's golf opens up its spring season at the Ball State Sunshine Classic this weekend at the St. Lucie Trail Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Ball State men's golf will have a new member next year after CJ Jones signed his letter of intent to play for the Cardinals next fall. He said he picked Ball State after seeing campus and sitting down with coach Mike Fleck.
Ball State began the Mid-American Conference men's golf Championships April 28 at the Highlands Meadow Golf Club in Sylvania, Ohio.
Only three Ball State men's golfers have won the Mid-American Conference Championship individual title.The first was Kirk Schooley in 1983, and the second was Jamie Broce in 1997. But only one Ball State men's golfer has won it in his first season.Johnny Watts in 2015.
Ball State women's golf did not have to travel far for the 2016 Mid-American Conference championships, as the team starts its postseason play at the Purgatory Golf Club in Noblesville on April 22.
The Ball State Men's Golf team is playing well this spring season. In the last three tournaments, the team has placed fifth, tied for seventh, and tied for sixth.
Ball State women's golf has finished in first or second place in three of its previous four matches, with each of those efforts being led by juniors Allison Lindley and Kelsey Sear.
Ball State men’s golf finished tied for seventh in the Mason Rudolph Invitational this weekend with a final score of 884.
The Ball State women's golf team continued its hot streak as of late, finishing second at Eastern Kentucky's Colonel Classic this weekend.
The Men's golf team is in for a busy Spring Break, playing in two three day tournaments just a few days apart from each other. The Cardinals are bringing seven golfers, freshmen Timothy Wiseman and Tyler Pearson, sophomores Johnny Watts, Michael VanDeventer and Michael Makris, senior James Blackwell, and redshirt sophomore Keegan McKinney. The first event will be the Colleton River Collegiate, which is hosted by Michigan State and is being held at the Pete Dye Course at the Colleton River Plantation. Pete Dye is the architect for the course and is well known for his difficult and unforgiving course designs.
The Ball State Women’s Golf Team will be competing in their first tournament of the semester on Friday at the FGCU Eagle Invitational in Estero, Fla., held at Stoneybrook Golf Club.
Ball State men's golf finished seventh out of eight teams at the Earl Yestingsmeier Match Play tournament after a 4-2 win over Xavier University in the final round.
Ball State men's golf begins its season on Feb. 8 at the Earl Yestingsmeier Match Play tournament held in Dade City, Fla., at Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club.
Collegiate golfers in the Midwest face challenges that southern schools don't have to deal with. Freezing temperatures, wind and snow fall keep Ball State golfers away from the green for several months at a time.
Three Ball State golf alumni are one step closer to playing at golf’s highest level. Brian Maurer (2009), Eric Steger (2011) and McCormick Clouser (2015) qualified for the Professional Golf Association Tour Latinoamérica.
The warm Hawaiian sun was not enough to distract men's golfer Johnny Watts from a dominant performance at the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic.Watts finished third out of 102 golfers, topping nine of the 10 top-100 players coming into the tournament.Though Watts finished third, he was just two strokes behind individual medalist Zach Healy out of Georgia.The Sophomore out of Fishers earned his place after posting a career-best 54-hole score of six under par 207 after going 69, 68 and 70 respectively.This is the fourth top 20 and second top ten finish for last spring's MAC individual champion.