For the first time all season, point guard Tyrae Robinson will change out of his shirt and tie and suit up in a Ball State uniform.
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Ball State's big motivation for playing IUPUI twice was to prepare for the five West Division opponents it will see twice in Mid-American Conference play this season.
After committing a career-high eight turnovers two days ago in a 55-43 loss at Butler, freshman Brittany Carter gave the ball away just once while leading Ball State with 17 points in a 59-55 victory over Austin Peay.
After releasing the self-proclaimed biggest shot of his career, Jarrod Jones held his follow through just a little bit longer.
In front of 8,412 fans at Worthen Arena, Ball State held on to beat Butler 58-55.
Ball State has lost the last seven meetings against Butler. This afternoon the Cardinals look to break that streak in Worthen Arena.
INDIANAPOLIS—Being at the historical Hinkle Fieldhouse didn't bode well for Ball State on Friday evening.
After dropping its first two games of the season, Ball State pushed its winning streak to five games Tuesday night, defeating SIU-Edwardsville 76-55 on the road.
Since the beginning of the season, coach Billy Taylor preached the importance of execution on Ball State's performance.
A huge 26-6 second half run propelled Ball State to 71-48 victory over Tennessee-Martin Saturday afternoon.
Following Tuesday night's road victory at Evansville, coach Kelly Packard acknowledged that the Cardinals' next opponent wouldn't be an easy task.
With less than two minutes remaining in the game, the score was knotted at 48-48 before sophomore guard Brandy Woody received the ball and charged to the hoop for a layup.
At times, the Ball State offense is hard to figure out.
Residents of the Muncie community will be a little bit warmer this winter thanks to the Ball State men's basketball team hosting the first Coats For Cardinals.
On the heels of its second consecutive victory, Ball State hits the road in search of its first road win of the season in a 6:15 p.m. tipoff against non-conference foe Evansville at the Ford Center.
Only four games into the season, one thing is certain about Ball State. Coach Billy Taylor will continue to use a full rotation of players until he finds the best fit for the Cardinals' starting lineup.
Throughout the first half against NAIA opponent Calumet College, Ball State struggled to get any momentum going.
In the first half of last Friday's game against Indiana State, Ball State was lucky if one pass went untouched by a Sycamore defender.
What appeared to be a mismatch on paper translated into a 29-point victory for Ball State at Worthen Arena on Monday night.
It took Ball State nearly 36 minutes to get sophomore forward Chris Bond the ball in transition.