Ball State field hockey beat Central Michigan 3-1, but its chances at making the Mid-American Conference Tournament haven't gotten any clearer.
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In her first year as head coach, Christy Longacre led Ball State field hockey to its first Mid-American Conference Tournament since 2011, one season after the Cardinals lost all six of their conference games.
Ball State field hockey is one game away from clinching a spot in the Mid-American Conference tournament for the first time since 2011.
A career year for Ball State field hockey (7-10, 2-3 MAC) is not enough for the ever hard-working senior goalkeeper Jordan Dues.
Emotions were not only running high for Ball State Field Hockey (7-10, 2-3 MAC) at Briner Sports Complex Sunday for Senior night, but to gain momentum going into the Mid-American Conference playoffs.
Only four teams make the Mid-American Conference field hockey tournament, and right now Ball State (6-9, 1-2 MAC) is in that last spot.
With the season winding down, Ball State field hockey (6-9, 1-2 MAC) hoped its 2-1 win over Longwood (7-8, 1-3 MAC) Oct. 9 would catapult the team into a winning streak with two straight home games coming up next.
Frustration continued to build as Ball State field hockey (6-9, 1-2 MAC) watched senior forward Lexi Kavanaugh’s second-half shot clang off of the crossbar, another good chance on goal wasted in the Oct. 16 3-1 loss to La Salle (7-7, 4-2 Atlantic 10).
It will only take one win for Ball State field hockey (5-7, 0-1 MAC) to finish with a better Mid-American Conference record than it did last season.
Behind three goals on three first-half shots, Ball State field hockey snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over Michigan State Oct. 2.
It's been six weeks since a Ball State field hockey home game.
After a 3-0 start to the season and getting off to their best start in two years, Ball State field hockey (4-6, 0-2 MAC) has lost four straight games and six of their last seven.
It was a busy family weekend at Ball State. Athletics featured home games for football, soccer and women's volleyball and field hockey hit the road for the fourth straight weekend.
Several Ball State sports teams are hitting the road this weekend.
Ball State’s football and cross country teams will make their season debuts this weekend, while the field hockey, soccer and volleyball teams continue their seasons on the road.
The Ball State Women's Soccer Team gathers for a group hug after winning in overtime in the match against Buffalo on Oct. 25 at the Briner Sports Complex. Allye Clayton // DN File
It has been a tough season for the Ball State field hockey team, but there is still hope for postseason play.
Freshman forward Lexi Kavanaugh pushes past Iowa blocker Jessy Silfer during their preseason match on Aug. 22. The game ended in a 0-0 tie. DN PHOTO JONATHAN MIKSANEK
The Ball State field hockey team lost its seventh straight game Oct. 3, as they fell to No. 7 Iowa by a score of 8-0.
The Ball State field hockey team had a rough homestand over the weekend, losing both of its matches to fall to 3-6 on the season.