Freshman guard Luke Bumbalough into the starting lineup, and redshirt freshman guard Jarron Coleman to the bench. This decision wasn’t because of performance or skill. It was based on benefiting both players and their styles of play.
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Head coach James Whitford didn't beat around the bush describing his team's performance in the second half against Loyola Chicago Tuesday.
Ball State Women’s Basketball (4-3, 0-0 MAC) took a break from the cold this week and traveled down south to the Bahamas for the Hoopfest Tournament, joined by the likes of Wisconsin, Arkansas, Fordham, and Lehigh. The Cardinals went 1-1 on the tournament, grabbing a buzzer-beater win over the Mountain Hawks and falling short to the Badgers.
It was a tale of two halves for Ball State Men’s Basketball (4-3, 0-0 MAC). The Cardinals set a school record for 3-pointers made against Howard Saturday with 21. Tuesday, Ball State managed to make only 21 shots in total in a 69-62 loss to Western Illinois (2-4, 0-0 Summit).
Fans were on the edge of their seats Saturday in Worthen Arena, as Ball State Women’s Basketball (3-2, 0-0 MAC) came out with a four-point win over Butler (4-1, 0-0 Big East). There were a number of aspects that contributed to the Cardinals’ success, but a few stood out in crunch time.
With about 10 minutes left in the first half, senior forward Kyle Mallers passed the ball to junior guard Ishmael El-Amin, who then passed it to redshirt senior guard Josh Thompson.
“I’m excited for what I just saw out of this basketball team.”
The octagon ceiling that encloses the court inside Worthen Arena keeps the players and the fans warm and dry. Around 4 p.m. Saturday, the National Weather Service predicted a 90 percent chance of perception.
Thirty-two minutes. That’s how much time it took for Muncie Burris (4-3) to secure the win over Wes-Del (0-6).
"We could be 5-0."
Ball State’s win over Indiana State was a tale of two halves. One half saw the ball clank off of the rim, and the other saw it fall through the bottom of the net.
In its past three games, Ball State Men's Basketball has gotten off to a slower start. Whether it's scoring or shooting, at least one facet of the game has taken a while to get going.
Ball State and Cincinnati battled back and forth throughout the contest, but the Bearcats won the final stretch, which propelled them to a 63-56 win. Here are four takeaways from the Cardinals' second loss of the season.
It was a showdown at Fifth Third Arena Saturday afternoon where Ball State Women’s Basketball (1-2, 0-0 MAC) and Cincinnati (1-2, 0-0 American) traded leads and fought tooth-and-nail, ending in a 63-56 victory for the Bearcats.
Editors note: An earlier version of this article stated that Tahjai Teague started against Defiance on Nov. 5. Teague did not start that game and has since been corrected.
Ball State Men’s Basketball won its second game of the season, cooling off the UIC Flames in a 67-48 win. The Cardinals cruised their way to victory, dominating both halves as they found contribution all around. Here is what stood out.
Composed, complete and different.
Ball State had never lost a game to the Purdue Fort Wayne Mastodons, and Tuesday night was no different. The Cardinals pocketed their first win of the season, led by sophomore Anna Clephane with 16 points, in their 83-52 victory. All but two players on the roster contributed points of their own.
Ball State wasted no time getting the ball rolling, opening the game with back-to-back 3-pointers and sparking an all-around offensive show.