The Cardinals opened up Mid-American Conference play with a pair of victories against Buffalo Friday afternoon.
Ball State softball (15-16) turns its attention to the Mid-American Conference this weekend as the team travels to Buffalo (4-22) for a three-game series.
Home runs powered Ball State softball’s home-opening 10-2 victory over Butler Wednesday.
On a 37-degree day in March, senior pitcher BJ Butler pitched a complete-game shutout to give Ball State baseball (10-8) their ninth win of the season in the Cardinals' home opener. The last time a pitcher from Ball State’s roster pitched a complete-game shutout was March 26, 2016 by Zach Plesac for a 9-0 victory over Miami.
Coming off a 13-game run in just ten days over spring break, Ball State softball (11-16) will take a break from the warm weather this weekend as they travel to Edwardsville, Illinois.