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.
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Junior Brittney Emmons and sophomore Nicole Allen will represent the Cardinals at the Tuscaloosa, Ala., site on April 2.
Here's a quick scouting report of the teams competing in the MAC Championships.
Before the Mid-American Conference championships, coach Nadalie Walsh said she just wanted to get through the uneven bars to start the meet.
Ball State gymnastics is preparing for a raucous atmosphere this weekend.
After leaving the team in the Fall Semester, Paige Oswalt wasn't even supposed to be around for her Senior Night.
Winning and losing aren't all that matters in gymnastics — especially if the team puts up strong numbers in defeat.
The Ball State gymnastics team might be forgiven for doing some scoreboard watching as the season winds down.
Putting a freshman up last in a meet puts a great deal of pressure on her.
Both teams are on the upswing, but only one will come away with the Mid-American Conference victory Friday night.
It was a clean sweep for the gymnastics team Sunday.
The Ball State gymnastics team has a chance to accomplish something it has yet to do under coach Nadalie Walsh.
While there were plenty of positives for the Cardinals, they also know they have work to do.
You have to take care of yourself before you can take care of your team.
Nicole Allen was recognized for the second time this season by the Mid-American Conference.
As the Ball State gymnastics team reaches the midway point of the 2011 season, the squad feels things are starting to fall into place.
Perfection is rare in gymnastics. So rare that only one Cardinal has ever achieved it.
Despite the ice storm that slowed campus this week, the Ball State gymnastics team managed to avoid letting the weather affect its preparation.
A balance beam is four inches wide. It is about as difficult for a gymnast to stay on the beam while leaping and flipping as it was for Ball State students to safely navigate to and from class this week without falling.
Coach Nadalie Walsh isn't going to accept mistakes anymore.