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There was trouble on the road again as Ball State’s women’s tennis team lost another match on their travels, this time falling to a 6-1 loss. The day got off to a bad start too at the Western Tennis & Fitness Club, Cincinnati as for the second match in a row, the Cards lost the doubles point.
After two weeks at home, the Cardinals are on the road this weekend as they travel to Ohio to face the University of Cincinnati.
Despite winning both matches over the weekend, the Ball State women’s tennis team had two very different days.
The Cardinals beat the Raiders 5-2, but felt they could have done better.
Ball State’s women’s tennis is looking to build off of its season-opening win in its two matches this weekend at the Northwest YMCA in Muncie.
Ball State women's tennis won its home opener against Dayton on a weekend that coincided with the first major professional tennis tournament of the season — the Australian Open.
Ball State women’s tennis won its home opener at the Northwest YMCA Center Jan. 29 with a 6-1 victory over Dayton.
After a Mid-American Conference championship-winning 2016, the Ball State women’s tennis team get their 2017 home campaign underway Jan. 29 against Dayton, as they look to build upon last weekend’s solid start to the season.
Ball State men's tennis continues its season with a road trip to take on Indiana Jan. 27.
Even in losses, there are still lessons to be learned. Ball State women's tennis opened its season with a 7-0 loss at No. 2 North Carolina Jan. 21.
Ball State senior Lucas Andersen had his hands full in the first set in the top flight of the Ball State men's tennis 7-0 win over Eastern Illinois Jan. 22.
Ball State women's tennis opens the 2017 season looking to repeat as Mid-American Conference champions.
Ball State men's tennis is set to begin its season this weekend with a pair of road matches at Notre Dame and Purdue.
Ball State men's tennis junior Lucas Andersen posted a 2-0 record this past weekend, earning him a Mid-American Conference Tennis Singles Player of the Week award.
After its 15 match win-streak was snapped last Sunday, the Ball State Women’s Tennis team (18-3, 5-1 MAC) will face conference rival Bowling Green (2-15, 0-4 MAC) on Sunday. The Bowling Green Falcons are the first of the last two teams that stand in the way of the Cardinals’ search for their first regular season Mid-American Conference title in program history.
Last weekend, Ball State women's tennis extended its win streak to 12. The Cardinals now have 15 wins on the season, four away from the all-time program best.
The women’s tennis team traveled to Wright State University on Friday night to play their final non-conference match.
The last time the Ball State women's tennis team lost was on Valentine's Day.
Ball State juniors Lucas Andersen and Andrew Stutz were named the Mid-American Conference Men's Tennis Doubles Team of the Week for their performances against Indiana and Notre Dame.