Nov. 3, 2019.
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Nov. 3, 2019.
After 50 minutes of action, the final buzzer sounded. In a back-and-forth matchup, the Cardinals failed to do quite enough to capture the win.
The Cardinals kept their win streak intact Sunday afternoon, as Ball State (7-2, 0-0 MAC) defeated Western Kentucky (1-6, 0-0 Conference USA) 6-1. In nearly every match, the Cardinals took advantage of their matchups and controlled each set.
Over the weekend, a new season of Cardinals softball began. Even further, it was the dawn of a new era for the program.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article stated Ball State Men's Basketball had defeated Toledo 88-77 when it was actually Ball State Women's Basketball. This error has been corrected.
In his seventh season as head coach of Lawrence Central High School boys’ basketball, Al Gooden made history. He became the first African American high school boys’ basketball coach in Indiana to reach 500 wins when the Bears defeated Decatur Central 58-38 in the Marion County Tournament Jan. 12.
With 27 seconds remaining, the game was tied at 79. Ball State had possession coming out of the timeout and needed a score to take the lead. Who would they go to?
One team competed with more fight and will Saturday afternoon. The Cardinals were not that team.
Head coach James Whitford thought the Cardinals came out strong but couldn't keep it up for 40 minutes.
The Cardinals understood they had to be solid for all four quarters to earn their eighth road win of the season Wednesday night.
Four games in eight days can have its challenges, especially for a team in the depth of its conference schedule.
It had been 27 days since their last meet.
You play how you practice.
Athletic debuts can be nerve-wracking for college freshmen because of the pressure that comes with performing at a high level. That narrative was never the case for Ball State freshman swimmer Joey Garberick.
It had been 11 months since the last time they took the course, but the Cardinals were thrilled to get back out there in Florida.
The Cardinals' loss came down to one word: discipline.
As the old saying goes, “All good things must come to an end.”
There are four minutes remaining in the third quarter.
Steady contribution from each player who took the court Sunday afternoon helped fuel the Cardinals' first victory of the season.
Obtaining their fourth consecutive win Saturday afternoon, the Cardinals showed one important trait key to a team’s success: toughness.