Loud cheers were heard throughout Worthen Arena as 2,822 fans honored Ball State’s senior class before tipoff of its final home game of the regular season.
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On a night that had the fifth-highest attendance numbers in Worthen Arena over the past 10 years, Ball State men's basketball (19-10, 10-6 MAC) fell to Western Michigan (17-12, 9-7 MAC) on Senior Night.
For senior guards Francis Kiapway and Sean Sellers, Friday will be the last regular season home game of their careers as Ball State men's basketball hosts Western Michigan on senior night and the annual #MuncieOut.
Scoring on Ball State (22-4, 11-4 MAC) is not easy, and Western Michigan (14-13, 7-8 MAC) had to learn the hard way.
At this stage of the season, Ball State (22-4, 11-4 MAC) knows every game matters for its postseason hopes.
Gathering a missed jump shot, Ishmael El-Amin drives down the court, dribbling along press row at Worthen Arena, eventually getting stopped along the right wing.
Ball State men's basketball has flexed its muscles on offense during its recent stretch of success. However, it took a little longer than usual in its 77-68 win over Northern Illinois (12-16, 5-9 MAC).
Sean Sellers kept the fans at Worthen Arena on the edge of their seats.
With just three games left to play in the 2017-18 regular season, Ball State women's basketball (22-4, 11-4 MAC) finds itself on the edge of an at-large NCAA Tournament berth.
It was another busy, but successful weekend in Ball State sports this weekend.
Ball State made everything difficult for Northern Illinois all day, winning 72-50 on the road.
Ball State men’s basketball has been pouring it on in the paint recently, and its game against Toledo was no different.
By all respects, Ball State and Toledo should've been a close game.
Ball State looks like a completely different team compared to the beginning of the season, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.
For the first time this season, Ball State men’s basketball has won three Mid-American Conference games in a row.
Carmen Grande has been a staple, if not the staple, of Ball State's offense since her freshman year in 2015-16. And now, she's etched yet another spot for her name in the women's basketball record book.
With spring sports starting up and winter sports moving deeper into conference play, it's hard to keep track of everything that's going on in Ball State athletics.
Sophomore forward Tahjai Teague and junior center Trey Moses are becoming a force to be reckoned with in the paint.
Ball State men’s basketball will look to avenge its Jan. 23 overtime loss when it hosts Kent State in the second meeting of the season between the two teams.