With the first week of classes underway, three Ball State athletic teams will compete this weekend.Soccer will play at home against Xavier Aug. 26 and Fort Wayne on Aug. 28.Field hockey opens its season with a pair of games in North Carolina against Appalachian State Aug. 26 and Davidson Aug. 28.Women’s volleyball kicks off its season with three games at the Fort Wayne Invitational beginning Aug. 26.
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This week, Ball State released schedules for soccer, women's volleyball and field hockey, while also finalizing the start times for most of its football games.Here are a few games to watch out for:FootballSaturday, Sept.
Former Ball State soccer players returned to campus April 17 to take on the women’s soccer team in its alumni game.
Ball State’s soccer team will travel to Notre Dame April 15 to play its fourth spring game of 2016.
Ball State soccer started its spring schedule with two wins as they look to experiment with tactics and integrate new mid-year players.The Cardinals will play eight games this spring as a tune up for next year’s competitive fall schedule.
Ball State soccer started its spring schedule March 19 with exhibition wins over Spring Arbor and Tiffin University.
After saying goodbye to six seniors, Ball State soccer began its recruiting season with the addition of four new players.Head coach Craig Roberts added two high school seniors as well as two Division I transfer student athletes.The Cardinals finished last season as the Mid-American Conference regular season champions after going undefeated at home and losing only one conference game.Allison Abbe is a junior transfer midfielder from the the University of Cincinnati.
A historic season came with the best record in conference record and most players placed on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America team in Ball State soccer history.
Senior midfielder Lauren Hall spun placed the ball on the ground. The 629 fans at Briner Sports Complex all knew that the fate of the Ball State Cardinal soccer season relied on this kick.
Ball State goalkeeper Alyssa Heintschel was selected as the Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the Week for women’s soccer on Nov. 2.
Regular season Mid-American Conference soccer champion Ball State lost its first conference tournament game against an the No. 8 seed, Akron.
Alyssa Heintschel has been the starting goalkeeper all season long, while maintaining a 4.0 GPA in her chemistry studies. Due to her efforts she was named to the Academic All-District Second Team for women’s soccer.
One of the best seasons in Ball State soccer history came to an end after it lost in the first round of the Mid-American Conference tournament.
Ball State soccer will go into the Mid-American Conference tournament ranked as the No. 1 seed. The Cardinals finished with a 14-3-2 overall record, finishing with a 10-1 conference record.
For the first time in Ball State soccer history, the Cardinals have gone undefeated at home.
The Ball State soccer regular season is winding down.
The Ball State soccer team hasn't lost in over a month. Its seven-game win streak is just one away from the school record set in 2006.
Ball State soccer goalkeeper Alyssa Heintschel, has been dominant on field as well as in the classroom.Heintschel has been named the Mid-American Conference Scholar Athlete of the week.
Ball State soccer team is now 5-0 in Mid-American Conference play, which is the program’s best start ever. The Cardinals (9-2-2, 5-0 MAC) beat Kent State 3-0, scoring all three goals in the last 20 minutes of the game.
The Ball State soccer team continues to dominate Mid-American Conference competition, moving to 5-0 for the first time in program history. This is the teams sixth consecutive win as they move past the conference's top scoring team.Ball State remains the top-ranked MAC school after the victory, moving to 9-2-2 after the 3-0 victory over MAC east front runner, Kent State. Ball State remained patient in this game, not scoring until the 74th minute, but from there they took off. Senior Chelsy Swackhamer scored one goal, while freshman Abbie Boswell scored two goals in the match.