Ball State slow start turned into a double-digit victory against Mid-American Conference opponent Eastern Michigan on Tuesday night.
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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.
After more than a week off, Ball State (10-0) women's basketball didn't miss a step in its 89-57 victory over Austin Peay (7-4) on Monday afternoon.
After taking down Big Ten foe Purdue on Dec. 4, Ball State women's basketball received national recognition by earning a vote in the Associated Press Top 25 poll early Monday afternoon.
Ball State scored the first 28 points and cruised to a 126-55 victory over Oakland City on Sunday afternoon.
Ball State men's basketball went into the locker room at halftime struggling to find an offensive rhythm, shooting just 33 percent from the field. Thanks to some active hands on defense, the Cardinals found themselves with just a two-point deficit at the break.
Opposing teams don’t want Tayler Persons to have the ball while the clock is running out.
Ball State is heating up in the final stretch of its non-conference schedule entering this weekend's matchup on a four-game win streak.
Four different Cardinals scored in double figures as Ball State led Southeast Missouri State (4-6) from start to finish en-route to a 69-56 win to improve to 8-0 on the season.
With all the national attention and hype that comes from beating a Purdue program that has made three Final Four, eight Elite Eight and 12 Sweet Sixteen appearances, Sallee and company know they have to stay focused to make the victory matter come March.
As more than 8,000 fans stood silent in Purcell Pavilion, hundreds of Cardinal fans across the country went to Twitter to proclaim their excitement after Ball State upset No. 9 Notre Dame.
For every second chance Ball State men's basketball utilized on the glass, the Purcell Pavilion Joyce Center fell a little more quiet.
Head coach James Whitford said that Ball State could compete with anyone. And well, he was right. Ball State (5-4) knocked off No. 9 Notre Dame (7-2) with an 80-77 upset victory on the road by way of a game-winning 3-point shot from junior guard Tayler Persons.
After a 23-point performance against Butler and a game-high 18-point performance against Purdue, Ball State senior forward Moriah Monaco was named Mid-American Conference West Division Player of the Week on Tuesday morning.
Ball State men's basketball will face what will arguably be its toughest opponent of the season on Tuesday night.