Ball State track and field will travel to Bowling Green, Ohio, to compete in the Indoor Mid-American Conference Championship meet Friday and Saturday.
For the first time this season, Ball State track and field team will not be traveling. The Cardinals are staying in Muncie for the Ball State Tune-Up.
Ball State track and field went to Nashville, Tennessee to compete in the Music city Challenge for a two-day meet, finishing four top 10 finishes.
The Cardinals will be competing against teams from bigger conferences like the SEC, ACC and Big Ten, but head coach Brian Etelman thinks they can easily handle it.
Ball State track and field will face Mid-American Conference competitor Akron this weekend. The team is coming off of a big weekend at Purdue and is looking forward to competing.