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Two weeks ago, Ball State Cross Country recorded its first 1st place finish in two years at the Jenna Strong Invitational. The Cardinals are looking to work off of that momentum going into the season finale at the MAC Championships this weekend in Toledo, Ohio.
This Friday, Ball State Soccer (3-1-1, 0-0 MAC) will kick off their first regular season home game along with celebrating senior night against the Omaha Mavericks (2-4-1, 0-0 Summit).
Having success in the world of sports is not solely based on a team’s performance on the field. Many teams have had a close knit connection off the field that provides the team with a mentality exclusive to their teams.
Coming off a second place finish at the IWU Twilight invite, Ball State Cross Country will face a tall task this weekend in the Spartan Invitational at Michigan State University.
Ball State Soccer traveled to Macomb, Illinois, Sunday and tied with Western Illinois 1-1 after double overtime.
Back on the road again, Ball State Soccer (3-1, 0-0 MAC) will head just over the border into Illinois to take on Western Illinois (1-3, 0-0 Summit).
After heading due south for the Butler Twilight meet last weekend, Ball State Cross Country will be heading just up the road to Marion, Indiana for the IWU Twilight meet.
In its final weekend away series of the season, Ball State Soccer (3-1, 0-0 MAC) headed down south to take on College of Charleston (2-3, 0-0 CAA). An 18 minute onslaught by the Cardinals in the second half gave them the 3-0 win
This weekend, Ball State Soccer (2-1, 0-0 MAC) travels down south for their final two-game weekend against College of Charleston (2-2, 0-0 CAA) and Charleston Southern (1-0-1, 0-0 Big South).
Looking to start its season on a high note, Ball State Cross-Country will head to Indianapolis for the Butler Twilight Invitational.
Looking to stay undefeated in the early season, Ball State soccer (1-1, 0-0 MAC) traveled to Richmond, KY to take on Eastern Kentucky (2-1, 0-0 OVC). An early goal by the Colonels would be the only score of the match as the Cardinals would fall, 1-0.
Starting off the season with a 2-1 win over Purdue Fort Wayne, Ball State Soccer (1-0, 0-0 MAC) is looking to continue their winning ways against Eastern Kentucky (1-1, 0-0 OVC).
After a double overtime loss to Toledo in the 2017 Mid-American Conference tournament, the Cardinals return to the field with goals of winning the MAC championship and a first ever NCAA tournament bid.
Ball State track and field will split up for the final time this season. The team will travel to Penn State for the Penn Relays and Hillsdale College for the GINA Relays April 26-28.
Over the weekend, Ball State track and field split up again, competing at the Jesse Owens Classic at Ohio State and the War Eagle Invitational at Auburn University.
Ball State track and field will be split up again. This weekend, the throwers will travel to Marian to compete, instead of competing in the Ohio Cherry Blossom Invitational in Ohio.
Ball State track and field competed in events at the Raleigh Relays today and the Oliver Nikoloff Invitational. Although the team was split up this weekend, head coach Brian Etelman saw improvement at both competitions, even though he could only attend one.
Ball State track and field has battled diversities all outdoor season long. This week, it finally gets a break. Some of the team will go to North Carolina State, and the rest of the team will go to University of Cincinnati, both with weather over 60 degrees, something the team hasn’t ran in since October.
Ball State track and field travels to Indiana Wesleyan on Friday to compete in the Polar Bear Invitational. However, the Cardinals are only sending five runners to the meet.
This weekend, Ball State track and field traveled to Butler for the Stan Lyons Invitational. The team knew it was going to be competing in its first outdoor meet of the season, but what it didn’t know was that it would be competing in cold, rainy and windy conditions.