Gymnastics seizes a conference victory in Ohio
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If you’re going the speed limit down Broadway Avenue, you’re going to miss the turn.
Upperclass talent shined to give Ball State Gymnastics its first win of the season in the team's home opener at Worthen Arena on Sunday.
Although Ball State Gymnastics marked a season-best 48.725 in the vault, it was not enough to top Eastern Michigan, falling to the Eagles, 194.125-192.875.
In the pool and on the track, three different Ball State sports teams were in action this weekend. With senior night celebrations and record breaking performances, this past weekend didn't lack in excitement for Cardinal athletics.
With a doubleheader going on inside Worthen Arena and Men's Volleyball out in California, two other Ball State sports teams kicked off their seasons on the road. Ball State Gymnastics took the floor in the nation's capital while Ball State Men's Tennis stayed warm taking on Indiana to kick off the winter season.
With eight incoming freshmen, senior Sydney Finke said Ball State Gymnastics will need to come together as a team to get these young competitors acclimated to collegiate play. The young Cardinals will look to the two seniors, Finke and Kaitlyn Menzione, to show leadership and guidance to start the season on a strong note.
Ball State gymnastics sent two gymnasts to the NCAA Central Regional in Columbus on Saturday. Freshman Tia Kaiku was a specialist on floor. This is the first time the Cardinals have sent a specialist to national competition since 2016.
While team competition may have concluded, two Ball State gymnasts have been selected to compete in the NCAA Central Regional. Freshman Tia Kiaku was selected to compete as an individual specialist on floor, and sophomore Bri Slonim will act as an alternate on beam.
While team competition may have concluded, two Ball State gymnasts have been selected to compete in the NCAA Central Regional. Freshman Tia Kiaku was selected to compete as an individual specialist on floor and sophomore Bri Slonim will act as an alternate on beam.
Closing out the season in the same place it competed only a week ago, Ball State gymnastics (9-9, 2-4) was back in Mount Pleasant for the Mid-American Conference Championships. An early slip on bars would haunt the Cardinals for the rest of the meet as they would finish in seventh place.
Ball State gymnastics is looking for redemption this weekend at the Mid-American Conference Championships at Central Michigan.
Rolling off some late momentum as the season nears its end, Ball State gymnastics (9-9, 3-4 MAC) closed out the regular season at Central Michigan (9-7, 5-1 MAC). The Chippewas currently sit atop the Mid-American Conference and will host the championships this weekend.
Working off of a redemption performance at Western Michigan last weekend, Ball State gymnastics (9-8, 3-3 MAC) will face Central Michigan (8-7, 4-1 MAC) in the final meet of the regular season.
Coming off a less than average performance against Eastern Michigan last weekend, Ball State gymnastics (9-8, 3-3 MAC) looked to bounce back against Western Michigan (5-6, 2-3 MAC) in Kalamazoo. The Cardinals were looking to gain more momentum heading toward the Mid-American Conference championships in two weeks.
Closing up its home stand for the 2018 season, Ball State gymnastics (9-7, 3-2 MAC) looked to build momentum going into the Mid-American Conference Championships as it took on Eastern Michigan (6-5, 2-3 MAC). The Eagles were coming off a second-place finish at the Michigan State Quad last weekend.
As it continues to get deeper into Mid-American Conference competition, Ball State gymnastics (9-6, 3-1 MAC) traveled west to take on Northern Illinois (6-9, 2-2 MAC), where they were defeated 195.375-195.200. Both squads entered today's contest coming off Big Ten losses last weekend and Northern Illinois just edged out Ball State on the scoreboard.
It was another busy, but successful weekend in Ball State sports this weekend.
Facing its tightest competition of the season, Ball State gymnastics (9-5, 3-0 MAC) traveled to Iowa City to take on the Iowa Hawkeyes (4-5, 3-2 Big 10). The two squads entered the meet only separated by three spots in the rankings as the Hawkeyes ranked at No. 38 and the Cardinals No. 42.
After a comeback win against conference foe Bowling Green, Ball State gymnastics (9-4, 3-0 MAC) faces another challenge Friday as it heads on the road to take on Iowa (3-5, 3-2 Big 10).