Awards keep rolling in for Ball State baseball as seven Cardinals were named to the Academic All-Mid-American Conference team.Junior first baseman Caleb Stayton led the Cardinals both on the field and in the classroom.
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Four Cardinals were selected in the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft this weekend.Junior right fielder Alex Call was taken in the third round by the Chicago White Sox, and junior catcher Jarett Rindfleisch was picked up by the Miami Marlins in the ninth round.Junior right-handed pitcher Zach Plesac was selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 12th round and the Pittsburgh Pirates drafted sophomore right-handed pitcher/third baseman Colin Brockhouse.
Junior right fielder Alex Call has another award to add to his résumé after he was named the Louisville Slugger All-American first team, announced by Collegiate Baseball June 2.
Two Cardinal baseball players were honored for their prefromance in the classroom last week.Juniors Alex Call and Caleb Stayton were both named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-American team.
Each year, the Mid-American Conference awards two athletes, one male and one female, from the graduating classes of each of its member institutions the Medal of Excellence.This year, Ball State was represented by junior baseball player Alex Call and junior women's basketball player Shelby Merder.
Junior right fielder Alex Call was named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year after finishing at or near the top of the conference in most offensive categories.
Student-athletes have to find the balance between the field and the classroom, and this spring 273 of Ball State's 411 student-athletes had a semester GPA of 3.0 or better, according to a ballstatesports.com press release.One hundred fifty-two student-athletes also qualified for the Dean's List with a 3.5 or better GPA, and 37 posted a perfect 4.0.
Ball State baseball (32-26, 15-9 MAC) finished on top of the Mid-American Conference West Division for the second time in three seasons, but was bounced from the MAC Tournament after dropping its first two games.
Even though the spring semester came to a close, many Ball State athletes were still competing before the summer semester began. Here’s what you've missed since Finals Week.
Junior Ball State baseball players Alex Call and Caleb Stayton were selected to the College Sports Information Directors Association Academic All-District team.
Ball State baseball (27-18, 12-6 MAC) won its series against Buffalo (13-26, 6-12 MAC) but lost its one-game lead in the Mid-American Conference West Division.
Ball State baseball (25-17, 10-5 MAC) will play a road series at the University at Buffalo (12-24, 5-10 MAC) from April 29 to May 1.The Cardinals are currently on top of the Mid-American Conference West Division while the Bulls are tied for last in the MAC East.Buffalo carries a 5.00 ERA into the game and will face off against a Ball State lineup that scores 6.7 runs per game.
Baseball is a game of routine, repetition and rhythm — and at home games, that rhythm often comes in the form of walk-up songs.
Pitch counts have become synonymous with arm injures in recent years, but today’s crop of collegiate pitchers are the first to come through a youth system with built-in limits.
Two freshmen made their collegiate debuts for Ball State baseball (25-17, 10-5 MAC) in the 13-1 victory over Northern Kentucky (15-27, 4-15 Horizon League) April 26.
Northern Kentucky's one-run lead against Ball State would be quickly diminished as Ball State baseball went on to take the 13-1 victory.
Ball State baseball (24-17, 10-5 MAC) will play Northern Kentucky (15-26, 4-15 Horizon League) today at 3 p.m.The Cardinals hit .294 as a team, led by junior first baseman Caleb Stayton's .395 batting average.
In Ball State’s 3-1 win April 23, Ball Diamond at First Merchants Ballpark Complex was officially dedicated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The 630 fans in the stadium were also more than double the season-long average attendance of 298.
Ball State baseball (24-17, 10-5 MAC) couldn’t overcome an early 8-0 deficit, losing to Bowling Green State University (16-24, 6-9 MAC) 8-7 in its series finale.
Junior right fielder Alex Call stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning with two outs, a runner on second and Ball State in a 1-1 tie with Bowling Green State University.