It's not every day students can help save a life, but during Homecoming Week, it might not be as hard as some think.
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In the 69th minute of Ball State soccer's win over Toledo, senior midfielder Gabby Veldman knocked in a cross from senior defender Lorina White to put the Cardinals ahead 2-0.
“We were taking soft shots and not shooting on goal well enough,” said junior forward Abbey Main. “We were push-passing a lot when we needed to be hitting harder.”
It didn’t really matter who was at quarterback in the second half for Ball State.As long as they could turn it around and hand it off to running back James Gilbert, they were OK.The sophomore ran 34 times for 264 yards and two touchdowns to lift Ball State (4-3, 1-2 MAC) to a 31-21 win at Buffalo (1-5, 0-2 MAC) on Saturday.
Quarter updates from University at Buffalo Stadium in Buffalo, New York as Ball State (3-3) takes on Mid-American Conference opponent Buffalo (1-4) on Oct. 15.
Ball State women’s volleyball struggled to keep up with Kent State, picking up its third loss in Mid-American Conference play.The MAC rivals fought a hard through all five sets, but the Flashes pulled away in the fifth set to win 3-2 (25-18, 25-23, 16-25, 23-25, 15-6).Head coach Kelli Miller said she saw some improvements in the loss.“I was really happy with our passing," she said. "I don’t think we could have passed much better tonight.
During Sunday afternoons on campus, there’s a group of students equipped with Nerf guns and bandanas tied around their heads and arms.
The Homecoming Committee has announced the 2016 faculty and staff royalty candidates.
Jake Fox, the Daily News football reporter, is traveling to the game and offered up some insight on the key positional matchups:
Comic books aren’t limited to superheroes and adventurers — and two Ball State graduate students are working to prove it.
After back-to-back losses to start Mid-American Conference play, Ball State (3-3) is looking to get back on track at Buffalo (1-4) this weekend.
The club aims to teach students about other countries, and through this event, it hopes students can learn about other cultures through taste.
The event on Oct. 13 in Bracken Library celebrated the recent publication of “Not Like the Rest of Us: An Anthology of Contemporary Indiana Writers.”
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — An ideological tug of war over the firing of a Rhode Island church music director for marrying his same-sex partner illustrates the confusion that permeates some U.S. Roman Catholic parishes over Pope Francis' words on homosexuality.
The discussion took place during a social justice and qualitative methods class for urban planning graduate students in the College of Architecture and Planning.
Confusion set in as senior goalkeeper Jordan Dues was called back to the net after Ball State field hockey (6-8, 1-2 MAC) had already walked off the field for halftime.
Looking for a fright this Friday evening? Search no further. Cornerstone Center for the Arts will host a college student night at the center’s newest haunted attraction, Son of Scarevania, Oct. 14.
The Cardinals need good placement.That is the main thing sophomore Stephanie McElhaney believes her team needs to improve as her cross country team heads to Bradley University on Oct. 14.
Hepp finished the game with three catches and 54 receiving yards, a career high. More importantly, he showed he's capable of stepping up when needed for a thin Ball State receiver group.