Ball State earns Sweet 16 spot with last-second win over Northern Iowa
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For the first time ever, a Ball State women’s basketball team has advanced to the Sweet 16.
Brady Sallee had 151 career wins going into Ball State’s women’s NIT matchup at Minnesota, but none of them were in the postseason.
For the past six seasons, Billy Taylor calmly patrolled the sidelines, hardly ever losing his cool with players or officials during the game.
It was a pick-your-poison type of women’s basketball game. In Friday’s Mid-American Conference semifinal, Akron prevailed 70-61.
Working through a season where Ball State often played bigger than its players actually were, it caught up to them against Akron in the MAC Semifinal, where they lost 70-61.
For most teams, a loss at the end of the season is a failure.
The Bulls’ constant movement kept the Cardinals scrambling to help and recover on all the options available in their spread offense.
If Akron’s frontcourt of Demetrius Treadwell and Zeke Marshall taught coach Billy Taylor anything, it’s that Ball State needed to recruit big to compete.
When Nathalie Fontaine was being recruited to Ball State, coach Brady Sallee told her she had Mid-American Conference Freshman of the Year potential.
Saying Ball State played like a different team in the latter half of the season doesn’t accurately describe its transformation.
There were no team meetings to talk about a change in tempo or style.
Ball State had an up and down Wednesday night. The good news is the women’s basketball team clinched the No. 2 seed in the MAC Tournament in Cleveland when Central Michigan defeated Eastern Michigan.
Western Michigan’s Austin Richie trailed off in the postgame press conference as he tried to explain the athleticism and quickness of Ball State’s guards.
After four years, 14 starts, 557 points and 339 rebounds, Shanee’ Jackson finally played her last game in Worthen Arena.
Ball State men’s basketball freshman Michael Ramey has decided to leave the team, Tom St. Myer of the Muncie Star Press confirmed from media relations.
The way Jauwan Scaife describes his time on the court sounds more like a family barbecue than a hunt for one of five potential byes in the Mid-American Conference Tournament.