6-0 in overtime games. 9-2 in Mid-American Conference play. Undefeated when scoring at least one gaol.
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Coming off a season-high 14 saves in Thursday’s 3-2 win over Kent State, graduate student goalkeeper Tristin Stuteville only needed to make five in Ball State’s (13-5, 8-2 MAC) 2-1 overtime victory over Ohio (10-7-1, 5-4-1 MAC) Sunday.
Returning to Briner Sports Complex for only its second home game this October, graduate student goalkeeper Tristin Stuteville recorded a season-high 14 saves in Ball State Soccer’s (13-4, 7-2 MAC) 3-2 victory over Kent State (5-8-3, 3-4-2 MAC) Thursday.
Ball State Soccer (9-5-2, 6-2 MAC) got revenge from last season’s Mid-American Conference Championship game where it lost to Bowling Green (9-5-2, 7-1 MAC) in overtime. This time around, the Cardinals came out on top in double overtime, 1-0.
For the first time since dropping its Mid-American Conference opener Sept. 27, Ball State (11-4, 5-2 MAC) was shut out in a 1-0 loss to Toledo (5-10, 2-5 MAC) Friday. The game saw Ball State’s five-game MAC win streak come to a close and was the first road conference loss for the Cardinals since a 1-0 defeat at Kent State Sept. 28, 2018.
For the second time in three games, double overtime was needed for Ball State Soccer (11-3, 4-1 MAC) Sunday. After scoring the double overtime game-winning goal Oct. 6 at Buffalo, senior midfielder/forward Julia Elvbo did just that in Sunday’s 2-1 victory over Western Michigan (5-7-1, 3-2-1 MAC).
It’s been a successful weekend for senior midfielder/forward Julia Elvbo.
“I’ve never been so happy to score a goal for a team before.”
Ball State Soccer (6-3, 0-1 MAC) lost 1-0 to Central Michigan (4-0-2, 1-0 MAC) after Marle Bringard scored in the closing minutes of the first half. This is the first loss in the Cardinals’ Mid-American Conference opener since 2011.
Coming off a 1-2 road trip which saw Ball State Soccer (6-2-0, 0-0 MAC) get shut out twice, the Cardinals showed little signs of adversity Friday. Ball State defeated Purdue Fort Wayne (4-2-2, 0-0 Summit League) 4-0, thanks to an improved offense, and a shutout from sophomore goalkeeper Alex Deruvo in her first career start.
For its second consecutive game, Ball State Soccer (5-2, 0-0 MAC) could not find the back of the net. The Cardinals were shut out 2-0 Sunday by Florida Gulf Coast (3-3, 0-0 ASUN) to end their season-opening road trip at a record of 1-2.
Facing 18 shots, Ball State (5-1, 0-0 MAC) saw its 16-game unbeaten streak come to a close Friday at Florida Atlantic (5-2, 0-0 Conference USA). The Cardinals fell to the Owls, 1-0, as Ball State’s offense was shut out for the first time since a 1-0 loss at Kent State Sept. 28, 2018.
Ball State Soccer (5-0, 1-0 MAC) carried its momentum from its season-opening success at home Friday as the Cardinals shut out Omaha (1-3-1, 0-0 Summit League) 1-0 in their first road game this season.
Ball State Soccer (4-0, 0-0 MAC) once again received contribution from sophomore defender Grace Alsop as she scored another goal to help the Cardinals take down Loyola Chicago (1-3, 0-0 Missouri Valley) 2-1 at Briner Sports Complex.
In what graduate student goalkeeper Tristen Stuteville described as “a small check-in to our ultimate destination,” Ball State Soccer (3-0-0, 0-0 MAC) was able to hold off Illinois State (1-2-0, 0-0 Missouri Valley) in a 1-0 victory Thursday.
After scoring six goals as a team on Friday, senior forward Sam Kambol scored the lone goal for Ball State Soccer (2-0-0, 0-0 MAC) Sunday in a 1-0 victory over Marquette (0-2-0, 0-0 Big East) Sunday. The win extended the Cardinals’ unbeaten streak to 11-0-2 over their past 13 games.
Taking only one shot and not recoding a single point last season, sophomore defender Grace Alsop wanted to prove she was ready to take a step forward. On Friday she did just that.
Drew Pierce is a junior journalism news major and is a columnist for The Daily News. His views do not necessarily agree with those of the newspaper. Write to Drew at email@example.com.
Editor's note: In a previous version, it was listed that six freshmen came into the program this season. All six players were not freshman and has since been corrected.
By ANNE M. PETERSON