A slow start proved to be too much for Ball State to overcome as it dropped its second Mid-American Conference game of the season on Saturday.
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Ball State's women's basketball played Buffalo on Jan. 13 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals lost 80-84
It was an afternoon of miscues inside Worthen Arena on Saturday. The usually crisp-passing Ball State women’s basketball team coughed up 23 turnovers in a loss to Buffalo (13-3, MAC 4-1) 84-80.
Just a week after suffering its first loss against Central Michigan on Dec. 30, Ball State responded with a trifecta of wins.
Ball State's bounce back win against Ohio was big, but its road stretch is just as, if not more, important.
Make it three in a row for the Ball State Cardinals.
Ball State snapped another streak against Ohio on Tuesday night. But this time, it's one the Cardinals wanted to come to an end.
The Ball State men's basketball team was missing a player on Saturday because of an arrest made earlier that morning.
Ball State men's basketball lost its nine-game win streak after the game against Buffalo on Jan. 6 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals lost 63-83.
Ball State had its second-worst shooting performance of the season against Mid-American Conference rival Buffalo on Saturday.
Five different Ball State players scored in double figures as the Cardinals defeated Bowling Green 84-73 to earn their first road conference victory on Saturday afternoon.
At the end of the first half, Ball State (10-5, 1-1 MAC) scored two points in the paint, compared to Buffalo’s 22 to enter the half down 43-25.
The Cardinals held James Thompson IV, the nation’s fifth-leading rebounder, to just eight points and eight rebounds before he fouled out.
Ball State slow start turned into a double-digit victory against Mid-American Conference opponent Eastern Michigan on Tuesday night.
Ball State is in a good spot coming out of non-conference play, but so is the rest of the Mid-American Conference.
Shooting struggles too much to overcome as Ball State’s perfect season ends against Central Michigan
Ball State women’s basketball battled back in the fourth quarter after trailing by as many as 14 points, but the comeback attempt fell just short as the team suffered its first loss of the season in its Mid-American Conference opener against Central Michigan (9-3, 1-0 MAC) by a score of 69-65.
Ball State men’s basketball forced 16 turnovers and used a 53 percent second half shooting performance to fly past Florida A&M for its eighth consecutive victory.
For the first time in over a decade, a Mid-American Conference women’s basketball team will enter conference play undefeated.
Ball State defeated North Florida 79-65 with the help of a stat sheet-stuffing performance from junior center Trey Moses, who finished the game with 15 points, 13 rebounds, five assists and a pair of blocks to go along with 7-9 shooting from the field.