In its first home game of the season, Ball State baseball beat the University of Dayton, 9-3, behind a two-out, six-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of Ball State Daily's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
634 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
After playing the first 17 games of the season on the road, Ball State baseball (8-9) will play its first home game at 3 p.m. March 18 against the Dayton Flyers (3-11).
After allowing one earned run in 5.2 innings against No. 6 Lousiana State University on March 11, redshirt junior pitcher Kevin Marnon was named Mid-American Conference West Division Pitcher of the Week.
Sophomore right-handed pitcher Brendan Burns earned the Mid-American Conference West Division Pitcher of the Week award.Burns won his first start of the year in the Cardinals' 9-3 win over Milwaukee Feb. 27.He struck out six, allowed four hits and walked four batters in six innings pitched.As a freshman, Burns posted a 7.58 ERA in 38 innings, but through 10.1 innings in 2016, he has 10 strikeouts and has only allowed one earned run.Ball State returns to action March 4 against Ole Miss in the Chanticleer Classic in Conway, South Carolina.
Ball State baseball (3-5) went 2-2 in the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational, including an 8-3 loss to Mid-American Conference opponent Kent State. Junior first baseman Caleb Stayton led the Cardinals at the plate, going 8-16 with a home run, two doubles and nine RBI.
Ball State baseball (1-3) will play three games this weekend in the Russ Matt Invitational in Winter Haven, Fla., including a game against Mid-American Conference rival Kent State (0-3) Feb. 27.
Ball State baseball was picked to finish second in the Mid-American Conference West Divison in the MAC coaches' preseason poll.The Cardinals also have high expectations after finishing 2015 with a 33-25 (14-13 MAC) record.
On the heels of a 33-25 (14-13 Mid-American Conference) 2015 campaign, Ball State baseball has high expectations for the 2015 season.Junior outfielder Alex Call said the Cardinals are aiming for history.“We fully expect to make a regional this year and win the MAC conference for sure," he said.
Four Cardinal baseball players — all juniors — have been named top 300 prospects by D1baseball.com.Right-handed pitcher Zach Plesac was the highest-ranked Cardinal at No. 133, right fielder Alex Call was ranked 199th, shortstop Alex Maloney was 242nd and catcher Jarett Rindfleisch was No. 254.
Ball State baseball players did not go home over Thanksgiving Break. Instead, the team spent five days in the Dominican Republic, where they were able to give back to the local communities.
While most students went home over Thanksgiving break, student-athletes at Ball State University continued winter season play for their respective athletic teams. Whether they stayed in Muncie, traveled across the country or crossed borders, here’s what the Cardinals have done in the past week of play.
While most students head home for Thanksgiving Break, the Ball State baseball team will travel to the Dominican Republic.
The Ball State baseball team is set to get back in action with a matchup with the Ontario Blue Jays to kick off Homecoming weekend.
More than $1 million will be spent on renovations to the First Merchants Ballpark Complex by the time they are complete. This will be the complex's first update in 40 years.
Sophomore Jarett Rindfleisch was honored for his performance in the 2015 season, as he was named to the American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings All-Mideast Region First Team.
The Ball State baseball team announced its postseason team awards after a 33-25 finish to the 2015 season.
This time it was Ball State facing a battle. Headed to the ninth inning, Akron held on to an 8-5 lead. A four-run rally led Ball State to the win and a berth in the MAC Championship game on Sunday, where it later fell to Ohio.
The changes will include a new grandstand, press box, concessions and restrooms, as well as new landscaping. Ball Diamond featured an all-turf surface and new dugouts for this season.
Ball State sophomore Alex Call has been named to the Capital One Academic All-District Five Team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
The Cardinals enter the Mid-American Conference Tournament as the No. 5 seed, and will take on No. 4 Toledo in the first round.