The Ball State soccer team began play in the Mid-American Conference with a statement.
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Opening weekend of Mid-American Conference games did not end as Ball State wanted, as they fell to Eastern Michigan 2-1 in overtime.
The game remained very close between Ball State and Bowling Green, with the Cardinals up only 1-0 midway through the second half.
This weekend marks the beginning of Mid-American Conference games for the Ball State soccer team.
Senior Day is a special celebration that almost every collegiate team has to honor all seniors on the squad and their time with the program.
A dominant performance capped off the celebration of Senior Day as Ball State rolled to a 3-1 win against Jacksonvile State.
This weekend is not only important for Ball State’s soccer team because it is the last weekend before Mid-American Conference play begins, but it is also Senior Day.
Navy Tournament was a huge test for Ball State this weekend, as it was a step up in competition for the Cardinals, gave them a view of what the Mid-American Conference Championship would be like, and let them see if the two weeks of fine tuning the players had paid off.
Freshman goalkeeper Alyssa Heintschel came into a game for her first time this season with the big task of stopping Navy, a team that beat a Top 25 team earlier this year, from scoring a goal.
The Ball State soccer team's sleep will be cut short Sept. 11, as the Cardinals' flight leaves at 3 a.m. to Washington, D.C., a day before the Navy Tournament.
Not even 110 minutes was enough time for a winner to be decided in Sunday’s soccer match pitting Ball State against Morehead State as the teams finished tied 2-2 after two overtime periods.
A pair of shutout victories has the Ball State soccer team off to a promising start. And a
With today’s 2-0 victory over Green Bay, the Ball State soccer team moved to 2-0 on the season.
The Ball State soccer team opened its regular season today
The Ball State soccer team kicks off it’s 2014-15 regular season this weekend, with match ups against IPFW and Green Bay.
With its season opener against IPFW scheduled for Friday, the Ball State soccer team faced off against IUPUI in an exhibition match.Though the Saturday match ended in a 1-1 draw, head coach Craig Roberts chose to focus on what his team learned about itself in gameplay.“It was a great way to get a look at our team’s strengths and weaknesses that we haven’t been able to completely see during the preseason,” Roberts said.
The Ball State soccer team began its 2014-15 season today with a 1-1 draw against IUPUI in an exhibition match at the Briner Sports Complex.
The Ball State soccer team will look to build off last season’s success and improve even further in 2014.The Cardinals finished with an 11-7-4 record in 2013-14, giving the team its highest win total in six years.The team also reached the Mid-American Conference Championship game for the first time in school history, losing 0-1 against Western Michigan.A big reason for last year’s accomplishments was the team’s outstanding goalkeeping.Ball State ranked in the top 50 in the country in save percentage (20th) and goals against average (47th) last season.
With two quick and sublimely deft touches, Mario Götze ended Germany’s 24-year wait for another World Cup title.