As all 10 freshmen arrived for fall camp in mid-August, many assumed they would be sitting on the bench watching the upperclassman play.
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After dropping the first two of three games in its Mid-American Conference road trip, the Ball State field hockey team will travel to Oxford, Ohio, to play a 6 p.m. game today against Miami.
As her team departed Muncie en route to Ohio, coach Beth Maddox was confident in coming away with two victories over Mid-American Conference foes Ohio and Kent State.
It was a mismatch from the opening draw as the Ball State field hockey team was completely dominated by Ohio on Saturday.
After dropping its last contest 5-0 to non-conference opponent Ohio State, the Ball State field hockey team begins a three-game road trip starting this afternoon in Athens, Ohio.
The schedule hasn't been in Ball State's favor this season. After arguably its worst outing of the season, a 5-1 defeat to Central Michigan, a bigger and stronger opponent is up next.
As the national anthem concluded, both teams took the field, only to be delayed because of a missing official. The 12-minute stoppage clearly affected Ball State and coach Beth Maddox was beyond frustrated.
Much like a season ago when Central Michigan crashed Ball State's Senior Day with a 3-1 victory, Central Michigan showcased a similar performance Saturday.
Coach Beth Maddox was well aware of how competitive Central Michigan would be against Ball State Saturday afternoon.
The 3-0 victory over Miami on Wednesday has been forgotten. The next Mid-American Conference opponent has arrived.
Currently winless in 2011, Ball State coach Beth Maddox and her team are looking to get the first victory of the season over Mid-American Conference opponent Miami.
Having lost eight in a row to Miami dating back to 2006, Ball State finally snapped its losing streak.
Ball State was winless in its last eight tries against Miami over a span of four years. Season after season, Miami triumphed while Ball State failed to prosper.
Its trip to Ann Arbor, Mich., proved to be a reality check for Coach Beth Maddox and her young team.
Things didn't fair well for Ball State Friday afternoon in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Ball State fought until the final whistle, constantly bombarding its opponent with pressure and shots from every direction.
They've been waiting for this moment for more than two weeks. It couldn't have come at a better time for the Cardinals.
It was a night to remember. When Big Ten foe Indiana visited Muncie last season on Oct. 24, the Hoosiers were looking for an easy victory. Only to be shocked in double-overtime 2-1, while standing in awe as Ball State triumphed in victory.
It wasn't the start Ball State was hoping for; losing both weekend contests to Colgate and Rider, but the Ball State field hockey team (0-2) received quality outings from a few key players, including two newcomers.
No longer will Courtney Abbott display her style of play and creativity, at least not in a Cardinals uniform.