Ball State gymnastics have won three straight events. Now the team looks to carry its momentum and energy into a critical stretch of the season.
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The Ball State gymnastics team won their third consecutive meet Friday, with victories over Penn and Centenary the Cardinals are now 4-2 on the season.
The Ball State gymnastics team is set to host Centenary College and Penn on Friday night, in an attempt to provide the Cardinals a chance to regain their momentum.
Freshman Denasiha Christian’s success has been a long time coming.
The Ball State gymnastics team defeated Northern Illinois 192.475 to 192.075 on their way to a 2-0 conference record Friday night. The victory, while sweet on paper, is being bitterly overshadowed by the team’s underachievement.
After posting a season-high score of 194.5 against No. 16 Central Michigan last week, Ball State gymnastics will look to carry momentum into its meet Friday.
Ball State will look to carry momentum into its meet Friday against Northern Illinois on Friday at Irving Gymnasium.
The Ball State gymnastics team is set to host its first-ever Valentine Princess Ball.
A home meet is always important to the Ball State gymnastics team. This one though, holds additional value.
The Ball State gymnastics team will travel to the Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Friday where they will compete against Iowa. They were defeated in their previous meet against Florida. The loss did little to derail the team’s confidence.
Ball State Gymnastics suffers loss in season opener
Ball State gymnastics opened its season on the road against No. 3 Florida on Friday.
Ball State had never employed a full time assistant gymnastics coach, that is until it hired Chris Bogantes on Thursday.
With a score of 38.875, Allen improved five spots from her NCAA Central Regional appearance in 2011, finishing 14th.
Monday brought welcome news for Ball State gymnastics. Junior Nicole Allen and senior Julie Cotter were both awarded Mid-American Conference honors and the chance to advance as individuals into post-season competition.
The competition was too tough for the Ball State gymnastics team to handle this weekend. It came in last at the Mid-American Conference Championship hosted by Northern Illinois.
The Cardinals head into Saturday with a record of 4-8 overall and 2-4 in the MAC.
Senior night ended in with a less than perfect outcome for Ball State gymnastics. The team could not send the seniors away with a last win at home.
After a less than perfect showing last weekend at Kentucky, the Ball State gymnastics team comes home this week to wrap up its regular season.
Ball State gymnastics went to Lexington, Ky., for a three-team meet and left with a second-place finish. The host Kentucky won the event while Ball State defeated George Washington.