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In 14 seasons as Ball State’s head coach, Rich Maloney had never taken the Cardinals (2-4, 0-0 MAC) to Texas. He did this past weekend, and he left Sunday with a winning record in the Lone Star State after taking two of three from Houston Baptist (2-6, 0-0 SLC).
Drew Pierce is a junior journalism major and is a columnist for The Daily News. His views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
Ball State came into the new year ranked 39th on Collegiate Baseball’s 2020 Preseason NCAA Division I Baseball Poll. After three losses this past weekend, having been outscored 29-4 by Georgia Southern in their first game in nine months, the Cardinals may not rank quite as high when the next poll comes out.
“Playing .800 ball in your league — nine out of 10 years, you're winning the championship. 20-5? I mean — amazing. That's all I could say.”
Noah Powell, Ball State’s starting shortstop the last two years, was brought in from Saint Joseph’s College on the other side of Indiana.
For most athletes, giving up might be one of the first things that comes to mind when a severe injury takes place. But for junior Jett McGowan, “the grind” is something he embraces dearly as he still continues to battle with a broken elbow.
One day after the 10 MLB playoff teams were finalized, Ball State Baseball got a better feel for what team it had ahead of the 2020 season with an 11-3 win over Butler in a 12-inning exhibition game.
He might have left for Arizona Friday night, but the Mid-American Championship 2019 Pitcher of the Year has yet another honor waiting for him in his coach’s office.
Despite the Saturday-morning win in a close game against the Huskies in extra innings, the Cardinals fell to the Chippewas later that evening.
Despite securing an early lead, the Cardinals failed to come back after a seventh-inning domination by Central Michigan.
The Ball State Cardinals (36-17, 20-5 MAC) defeated the Northern Illinois Huskies (19-34, 14-12 MAC) 10-4 in the Cardinals’ first game of the Mid-American Conference Baseball Championship Thursday at the Sprenger Stadium in Avon, Ohio.
The Ball State Cardinals (36-17, 20-5 MAC) finished their regular season Saturday with a three-game win streak over the Toledo Rockets (17-36, 4-21 MAC) at the First Merchants Ballpark Complex.
Editor's note: The previous version of this story said that 16 teams were selected to go to each district's regional. This number should have been 32 teams. It has since been changed to the correct number.
The Ball State Cardinals (33-17, 17-5 MAC) swept the Ohio Bobcats (16-30, 10-13 MAC) at the Ball Diamond at First Merchants Ballpark Complex this weekend in a series of three games which included the third no-hitter in school history.
The Ball State Cardinals (30-16, 14-5 MAC) and the Purdue Boilermakers (19-28, 7-10 Big 10) went head to head at Alexander Field in West Lafayette, Indiana.
The Ball State Cardinals (28-15, 12-4 MAC) won two of the three games against the Northern Illinois Huskies (14-29, 10-8 MAC) to put the Cardinals toward the top of the Mid-American Conference standings this past weekend at the Ralph McKinzie Field in DeKalb, Illinois.
Coming into the series finale Sunday between Ball State (28-15, 12-4 MAC) and Bowling Green (13-26, 6-12 MAC), all signs pointed toward a high-scoring, back-and-forth game.
Sophomore Drey Jameson’s 12 strikeouts helps Ball State Baseball (26-15, MAC 10-4) hand Bowling Green (13-24, MAC 6-10) its eighth loss in its last nine games.