Ball State (15-15, 6-11 MAC) has allowed an opposing player to score 20 points and grab 20 rebounds twice this season. Neither occurred in the Cardinals’ first 28 games.
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A slow start for Ball State (7-21, 2-14 MAC) damaged its hopes of getting back in the win column as the Cardinals fell to Western Michigan (10-17, 4-12 MAC), 72-54.
Although Ball State (7-20, 2-13 MAC) has not seen a win since Jan. 23 when they took down Kent State, head coach Brady Sallee and his squad are not focused on the wins and losses.
Despite a career night for junior guard Jasmin Samz, her performance wasn’t enough to push Ball State Women's Basketball (7-20, 3-12 MAC) past the top seed in the Mid-American West, as the Central Michigan Chippewas (21-6, 12-3 MAC) won their fifth consecutive. Here are a few takeaways from Wednesday’s MAC west matchup at Worthen Arena.
Senior Reyna Frost works hard… but so does junior Jasmin Samz.
It’s been a bumpy road for Ball State Women’s Basketball this season, but the future looks bright for the Cardinals as sophomore forward Oshlynn Brown has taken her talents to the next level.
Sophomore forward Zach Gunn hit a 3-pointer 14 and a half minutes into the game Tuesday, and from that point on, it was clear the gang was back together.
Confidence. It's a feeling of self-assurance. It's what the Cardinals continue to search for as the team strives to find balance between offense and defense.
Suffering its second straight loss to Central Michigan, Ball State Men's Basketball (14-13, 5-9 MAC) heads into its final stretch of regular season games, taking on Toledo (21-6, 9-5 MAC) at home on Tuesday. Here's your scouting report.
Ball State (7-19, 2-12 MAC) fell to Toledo (16-9, 8-6 MAC) Saturday despite leading for a majority of the game. The Rockets topped the Cardinals 63-62 in a game that went down to the very last second. Here are a few takeaways from Saturday’s duel in Worthen Arena.
Central Michigan took an 8-7 lead with 14:21 to go in the first half. It was short lived as Ball State’s Ishmael El-Amin nailed a 3-pointer 17 seconds later.
It was a game that was decided by the final seconds.
Coming out of halftime, the Cardinals were rolling. The team was sitting at a 14 point lead with 17 minutes left looking to ride all the way to the final buzzer. However, holding a six point lead with just under seven minutes left, everything went silent for Ball State.
Should-to-shoulder in Ball Gymnasium, Blackford fans and Burris fans alike flooded the Owls’ home court to see the show. And what a show it was.
Coming off of a narrow loss to Miami (Ohio) in Oxford, Ball State Men's Basketball (14-12, 5-8 MAC) sits out of reach for a BYE seed and are playing for a home game in the first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament. The Hoosieroons face another challenge in Central Michigan (18-8, 7-6 MAC) at home on Saturday. Here's your scouting report.
“These kids need to taste a win.”
Coming off two consecutive losses for the first time this season, Buffalo (17-7, 9-4 MAC) was not taking this game with Ball State (7-18, 2-11 MAC) lightly. The Bulls came out with the losses to Bowling Green and Central Michigan on their minds, and they took it to the Cardinals (7-18, 2-11 MAC), 97-58.
After winning three consecutive conference games, Ball State (14-12, 5-8 MAC) was unable to continue its three-game winning streak Tuesday with a 69-66 road loss to Miami (Ohio) (14-12, 6-7 MAC).