Freshman Keegan McKinney was named Mid-American Conference golfer of the week after last weekend’s tournament.
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The Ball State men’s golf team will look to improve from its 15th place in California last weekend when they travel east to the Jack Nicklaus Invitational.
A fifth career title, a Ball State record and new confidence in a reshaped roster are all products of consistency.
The Women’s golf team traveled to Illinois this weekend to begin their season competing against 13 other teams in the Redbird Invitational. After a long day of 36 holes at Illinois State’s Weibring Golf Club, the team tied at third place with Bradley University.
The men’s and women’s golf teams got their seasons underway over the weekend after months of inactivity.
Teammates on the Ball State women’s golf team were together during the 113th Women’s Western Golf Association National Amateur Championship.
Ball State men’s golfer Tyler Merkel finished in a tie for 15th in the 60th Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament for Champions last Sunday.
The 32-year-old Justin Rose overcame his share of misadventures on a course that challenged all comers despite being the shortest at a major in nine years.
Ball State got off to one of its best starts all season in Atlanta, stationing itself among the favorites — even holding the top spot for a few holes.
Autumn Duke was a leader and role model for her teammates. Despite the tragic loss of her own role model, friend and foremost, her father, that never changed.
The Ball State men’s golf team will compete in its first NCAA Championship since 1986 Tuesday morning.
The team total of 864 is the lowest for a Ball State team in a 54-hole NCAA event.
The Ball State men’s golf team has advanced to the NCAA Championship.
The Cardinals enter the final round of their NCAA Regional in a tie for seventh place.
The men’s golf team will travel more than 2,000 miles farther than they have all season.
After a disappointing third place finish at the Mid-American Conference Championship on Sunday, coach Fleck said he hoped that it wouldn’t be the last golf his team got to play this year.
Ranked No. 30 by GolfWeek, Ball State’s men’s golf team had high expectations coming into the spring season.
Coming into the second round of the Mid-American Conference Championship, the women’s golf team trailed tournament leader Kent State by just five shots.