Ball State women's basketball's Carmen Grande added to her long list of accomplishments Monday.
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Relive some of the biggest storylines in one of the more memorable Ball State men's basketball season in recent history.
Teams can have games where nothing seems to go their way. Loose balls and 50-50 balls consistently end up in the hands of the opponent, open shots are missed uncharacteristically and one play going differently could alter the course of the game.
Another loss and a four-game losing streak doesn't categorize Ball State's season. Through the ups and downs, the Cardinals have been the same team all season long.
Ball State Daily News sports reporters Robby General and Nate Fields discuss the first day of Mid-American Conference Tournament for women's basketball and look ahead to the men's team taking on Kent State.
Ball State has been focused on the Mid-American Conference Tournament all season long. Well, it's finally here.
At halftime, Brady Sallee was the last one off the court for Ball State. He was looking at the faces of his players coming off the floor, determining how to address them at halftime.
When it's not your night, nothing seems to go right. That seemed to be the case for Ball State women's basketball as it fell to Western Michigan in the Mid-American Conference Tournament quarterfinals.
Ball State earned five awards, with three individual players being selected for All-Mid-American Conference awards, according to an announcement made by the league.
Ball State juniors Tayler Persons and Trey Moses were selected to All-MAC men's basketball teams.
Ball State women's basketball finished off the regular season with a commanding 88-63 victory over Eastern Michigan on Saturday afternoon.
Ball State's loss at Northern Illinois may have serious implications on its seeding in the conference tournament.
Entering the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament Friday, Ball State women's basketball needed the conference powerhouses to knock off some bubble teams in order to increase its chances of receiving an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament.
After Ball State's 88-80 loss on Wednesday evening to fellow bubble team Central Michigan, things look bleak for the team's chances at an NCAA Tournament at-large bid.
After leading for majority of the game, Ball State women's basketball (23-5, 12-5 MAC) fell short to Central Michigan (24-4, 16-1 MAC) in a fast paced battle.
The Mid-American Conference, like the rest of Division l men's college basketball, has had a season that can be summed up with one word — unpredictable.
Ball State entered its game against Central Michigan with a chance to secure a first-round bye in the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Ball State women's basketball faced Toledo Feb. 24 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals won 78-73.
Ball State fell to Western Michigan Feb. 23. The Cardinals lost 80-87.
In its last four games, Ball State women’s basketball had dominated its competition. Today was a different story.