In a clash between two North Central Conference rivals, Muncie Central earned its first win of the season with a 49-21 victory over Richmond. The first step towards continuing their momentum starts in Muncie Central's road matchup against the Marion Giants (2-4) next Friday, Sept. 29.
Coaching changes, new football facilities and declining to play in a conference this season couldn’t change the outcome of a 27-0 loss to Monroe Central on Friday. Within the margins, there’s momentum with the program that the Warriors can be proud of.
“There's never a game where we feel like we're out of it because of our defense,” Overholt said. “They’re runners and they're very aggressive. They take a lot of pride in game planning and seeing different formations.”
On Friday evening, Ball State added another piece to its growing tradition. The Cardinals’ decisive 3-0 (25-21, 25-19, 25-16) victory over Central Michigan (6-8, 0-2 MAC) marked the program’s 1000th win in its 52-season history.
The Cardinals are soaring as Ball State takes down Central Michigan in a 4-0 shutout to stretch their winning streak to four, their longest since 2006. Ball State improves to 2-0 in MAC (Mid-American Conference) play marking the second time in a row that the Cardinals have started 2-0 in the MAC standings.
The Out of the Darkness Community Walk in Anderson was a walk to unite communities and raise awareness for mental health.
Muncie Burris defeated Frankton for the second time this season with a 3-0 sweep at Ball Gym in Muncie. The Owls picked up their 19th win of the year and look to ride that momentum into the Pioneer Conference tournament Sept. 23.
Soul food in Muncie may seem like a stretch when one has the appetite for it, but when you look into the options of a good ‘ole plate of comfort food, for some, Mama and Son, located in Downtown Muncie, is second to none.
Led by a group of 12 seniors who have gone through this program together, Muncie Central boys soccer finds itself in prime position to compete for a North Central Conference title.
Ball State opened their third home match of the season with defensive pressure against the Redhawks. That allowed senior forward Avery Fenchel to give the Cardinals the lead with a goal in the 11th minute. With the score from Klauss, the Cardinals took their first MAC win, defeating Miami (OH) 3-1.
Coming off of a 45-7 win against in-state rival Indiana State, Ball State is looking to even its record with a win against Georgia Southern at home on Sept. 23, starting at 2:00 p.m.
After dealing with cancer in their family's lives, Ball State softball’s Emma Eubank and Hannah Dukeman are using their name, image, and likeness for something bigger than themselves. Now, they are being awarded for their charitable act.
Confusion and uncertainty were common refrains from some students who said they didn’t know what to do when a report of a gunshot on campus Sept. 16 sent questions circulating online, especially after videos showing university police officers with visible weapons standing outside one residence hall were shared.
Ball State Waterski and Wakeboard Club coach Chris Walker continues to find joy in leading the club even after his son, who led him into the coaching world of watersports, passed away from melanoma, a type of skin cancer in 2015.
Although the Cardinals were gearing up for a doubleheader with Central Michigan – the same team they faced in last year’s conference debut – the red and white enter this season with a different non-conference resume than they did in 2022.