Even with victories by junior Nicole Allen in the all-around competition both Friday and Sunday, the Ball State gymnastics team wasn't able to secure wins in its two meets this weekend.
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With a win over Eastern Michigan at home last weekend, the Ball State gymnastics team is preparing to travel to two other Michigan cities to compete this weekend.
The puzzle pieces came together for the Ball State gymnastics team. The Cardinals beat the Eagles at home 193.425 to 192.150.
Between battling through several injuries and missing good opportunities, the Ball State gymnastics team's 2012 season has been a broken puzzle. Even as pieces begin to come together and take shape, setbacks break it apart again.
In front of its largest crowd this season, the Ball State gymnastics team fell short to three nationally ranked teams on Sunday.
At 5 p.m. Ball State gymnastics is set to travel to Northern Illinois University to take on the Huskies.
Going into Friday evening Ball State gymnastics knew they were the underdogs, Kent State had made it to nationals last year.
Hard work has been a key focus for the Ball State gymnastics team as it prepares to take on Kent State at 7p.m. Friday on their home floor.
Central Michigan sent the Ball State gymnastics team back to Muncie winless Saturday afternoon. The Cardinals lost to the Chippewas 190.100 to 193.350.
As snow falls outside, things are heating up on the floor for the Ball State gymnastics team.
Kmiecik's floor performance against Illinois State, a 9.800 score, was the highest of her career.
The Ball State gymnastics team will be joined on the mat at 7 p.m. Friday in Irving Gym by Illinois State. This the first home meet of the season, one of five the team will host.
A difference of 4.55 points cost Ball State gymnastics a win on Sunday afternoon. The first meet of the season was held at Illinois State University.
Ball State gymnastics has added three student-athletes for the upcoming 2011-12 season.
Their final placings weren't spectacular, but coach Nadalie Walsh was more than happy with the effort from her gymnasts.
Despite being placed at one of the toughest regional sites in the country, the No. 21 Kent State gymnastics team vaulted past the competition to qualify for nationals.
Despite the 8,174 in attendance at the University of Alabama's Coleman Coliseum, junior Brittney Emmons and Allen didn't have many fans there to see them.
After a long Mid-American Conference championships two weeks ago, Saturday's Central Regional will present a few new problems for the Cardinals.
A successful season for junior Brittney Emmons and sophomore Nicole Allen will continue Saturday when the pair competes at the NCAA Central Regional in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Junior Brittney Emmons and sophomore Nicole Allen will represent the Cardinals at the Tuscaloosa, Ala., site on April 2.