Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of Ball State Daily's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
126 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Ball State Men's Basketball (7-10, 2-4 MAC) traveled to Toledo (14-4, 6-1 MAC) and lost 83-70 for its third consecutive loss against Mid-American Conference opponents. The young Cardinals have been tested early on in conference play, as they have gone against three top teams in the MAC. Here are three takeaways from the Cardinals' loss:
Despite Ball State Men’s Basketball (7-9, 2-3 MAC) losing to Buffalo (9-6, 3-2 MAC) 74-68, a young Ball State team was able to match the Bulls’ physicality and have two consecutive competitive games in the Mid-American Conference.
Despite Ball State Men’s Basketball's (7-8, 2-2 MAC) 84-74 loss to Akron (9-4, 2-1 MAC), head coach James Whitford and freshman center Payton Sparks said they believe the Cardinals are starting to play together with good chemistry as Mid-American Conference play begins.
When Basheer Jihad was 5 years old, he played basketball for the first time, but he didn’t take much interest in the sport. He stopped playing and decided to go on to soccer.
In each game of the Jersey Mike’s Classic in St. Petersburg Florida, head coach James Whitford and the rest of Ball State Men’s Basketball (2-3) felt they got better in all three games.
There is 7:58 left in the first half in Ball State Men’s Basketball’s (1-1) 73-69 home opener win against Omaha (1-1).
Ball State Football (5-5, 3-3 MAC) fell short to Northern Illinois (6-3, 4-1 MAC) in a battle for the Bronze Stalk Trophy. The Huskies 30-29 win eliminated the Cardinals from contention in the Mid-American Conference Championship game. With two games remaining for Ball State, there is still a bowl game to play for.
Prior to Ball State Men’s Basketball’s (0-1) 82-71 loss to Georgia Southern (1-0), head coach James Whitford was walking with assistant coach Linc Darner around the city of Statesboro, Georgia.
Despite Ball State Men’s Basketball losing to Division II Michigan Tech, head coach James Whitford said he and his team are not panicking.
In the first week night Mid-American Conference game of the season where temperatures were in the 30s, it was freshman running back Carson Steele who put together a career night in Ball State Football’s 31-25 win over Akron.
Every Friday night when Clayton Coll was younger, he would sit in the crowd and cheer as he watched his father, Chris Coll, lead Tri-West High School Football as head coach in Lizton, Indiana. He would eventually watch his older brothers, Casey and Cody Coll, go on to play football at Tri-West for their father.
It was a balanced attack for Ball State Football (4-3, 2-1 MAC) in its 38-31 win over Eastern Michigan (4-3, 1-2 MAC). The Cardinals threw for 233 yards and rushed for 206.
When Ball State Football started the 2021 season 1-3, head coach Mike Neu said they still refused to lose. He compared it to playing a pick-up basketball game with the mindset of, “You aren’t going to score on me.”
Ball State Football's 28-16 win against Army was bigger than football.
When he was 5 years old, Carson Steele liked racing go-karts and playing outside, but he wasn’t into sports.
Ball State Football (1-2) has a losing record for the first time since 2019, as they fell to Wyoming (3-0) 45-12. The Cardinals could never find a rhythm, as they fell into a 31-0 halftime deficit. The second half was closer, but Wyoming still had the edge and ultimately won the game.
No, Ball State Football (1-1) didn’t win, as Penn State (2-0) won its home opener 44-13. But there was someone who got his first opportunity to play for the Cardinals since beating Fordham 57-29 in week 1 of 2019.
It was Tuesday morning. Ball State Men’s Golf head coach Mike Fleck was driving to meet a friend who was doing embroidery work for his team. He was driving to a Hardee’s in Pendleton, Indiana, and he had Q95’s “The Bob & Tom Show” playing on his radio when, all of a sudden, the usual lighthearted show turned serious.
Redshirt sophomore defensive lineman Tavion Woodard got his first two career sacks in two consecutive plays.
As fans trickle into Scheumann Stadium for Ball State Football’s season opener against Western Illinois Sept. 2, there will be a different energy in comparison to last season. There won’t be capacity limitations due to COVID-19 concerns, and the Cardinals will be the defending Mid-American Conference Champions.