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There’s not much Majok Majok hasn’t done this season.
Coming out of Winter Break, the Ball State women’s basketball team was 3-10.
OXFORD, Ohio – For much of the season, Ball State players speculated about what would happen if Jesse Berry and Jauwan Scaife were both hitting in the same game.
Just three days after scoring 29 against Buffalo, a career high, Ball State junior Brandy Woody dominated the paint in the Cardinals 77-46 win over Ohio.
Up by 20 with 7 minutes to go against Ohio, Ball State guard Shelbie Justice found a spot just behind the 3-point line in transition and stopped. The ball found Justice, and she let it fly.
With 44.9 seconds left in the game, Scaife missed both of his double-bonus free throws with Buffalo up one point, 61-60.
Going into Wednesday’s game, Brandy Woody’s career high in points was 18.
After four conference games, Buffalo is in a similar situation as Ball State.
Success often comes with expectations, and it’s a combination Ball State hasn’t proved it can handle throughout the past couple of seasons.
During Ball State’s two-game losing streak, the team could at least take pride in its energy to stay in contention against two of the top teams in Mid-American Conference’s East Division.
While two-game losing streaks are often characterized by poor play, Ball State’s recent performances have been anything but.
When Brady Sallee came to Ball State, he brought with him a new style of play.
Ball State came into Saturday’s game knowing they needed to limit Kent State’s Tamzin Barroilhet, who was leading the Golden Flashes in scoring with 10.4 points per game.
Eleven years ago, Brady Sallee was an assistant coach at Kent State, trying to help the Golden Flashes beat MAC opponents.
After adding six new players to next season’s roster through a freshman class, most thought Ball State women’s basketball coach Brady Sallee was finished adding players for the future.
After an improbable Mid-American Conference opening win Thursday, Ball State will face Northern Illinois on the road today, in an attempt to go 2-0 in the conference for the first time since the 2009-10 season.
In what seemed like the first time all game, Kent State’s Chris Evans got a clean look.
After losing to IUPUI on Dec. 23, it seemed Ball State was headed toward a Mid-American Conference season with a record under .500, a stat that hasn’t translated to success in league play.