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When Timothy Wiseman, 2019 Ball State graduate, picked up a golf club for the first time, he didn't realize what would be in store for him for years to come.
Editor’s Note: The Daily News worked to find social media posts from each sport but was unsuccessful for men’s tennis, men's swimming and diving and women's swimming and diving.
Ball State Women’s Golf travelled back to Boulder Creek Monday to take part in the Jackrabbit Invitational.
Ball State Women’s Golf travelled to Arizona and took fifth place in the annual Rio Verde Invitational this past weekend.
Luck was not on the Cardinals’ side at the ninth-annual Earl Yestingsmeier Match Play in Dade City, Florida. Despite entering the tournament as the No. 1 seed, Ball State placed sixth out of eight teams at the invitational after splitting both its matches Monday, followed by a loss to fellow Mid-American Conference rival Bowling Green in the fifth-place match Tuesday.
Ball State Women’s Golf harbored four top-10 individual finishes at the Battle of Boulder Creek Tuesday.
Ball State just had one of the most successful fall seasons in recent years. Thanks to a home-tournament victory, top team finishes throughout the season and a few Cardinals hitting their stride, Ball State is a threat in the Mid-American Conference heading into the offseason. Here are some takeaways from the fall schedule.
In its final tournament of the fall season, Ball State Men’s Golf tied for third at the Musketeer Classic in Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 21-22, shooting a total score of 873 through the invitational’s three rounds.
Ball State Women’s Golf struggled to find its groove against the nation’s top teams at the Cardinal Cup Sunday.
Since finishing in first place at the Golfweek Conference Challenge in September, Ball State Men’s Golf has struggled to shoot low for the past month. The Cardinals fell five spots Tuesday from seventh place Monday to end the tournament in 12th out of 14 teams at the Crooked Stick Invitational in Carmel, Indiana.
Despite battling narrow fairways and fast greens, Ball State Women’s Golf seized a top-three finish at the Fall MAC Preview in Ohio.
Sophomore Joey Ranieri’s 12th-place tie wasn’t enough to lead Ball State Men’s Golf to a top-5 finish at the Marquette Intercollegiate this week in Wisconsin. The Cardinals placed 11th out of 12 teams, finishing with a total score of 887 through three rounds.
Ball State Women’s Golf travelled to Colorado and finished in sixth place overall at the Col Wollenberg Ram Classic Tuesday.
Coming off a first-place finish at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, Ball State Men’s Golf settled for an 11th-place tie at the Trinity Forest Invitational in Dallas, Texas. Through three days, the Cardinals finished 8-over-par for a total score of 860.
Finishing 11-under par with a total score of 853, Ball State Men’s Golf finished first among 11 teams at the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
In Ball State’s only home match of the fall, the women’s golf team outlasted 10 other schools to claim victory in Yorktown.
In the first tournament of the fall season, Ball State Women’s Golf placed third overall thanks to two top-10 individual finishes Monday.
Redshirt sophomore C.J. Jones matched his career-best at the Mid-American Conference Championships Saturday, finishing with a total score of 144 through two rounds to tie for third place. However, it was not enough to lead Ball State Men’s Golf to a top-five finish. Inclement weather postponed Friday and Sunday’s rounds, making Saturday’s standings final.
It’s been a productive spring season for freshman Joey Ranieri, coming off strong performances at the Butler Invitational and Mason Rudolph Championship for Ball State Men’s Golf. Although the Cardinals fell short of a top-10 finish at the Boilermaker Invite on April 13-14, placing 11th out of 15 teams, Ranieri’s score of 143 placed him in a tie for 22nd through two rounds to lead the team.