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For the past six seasons, Billy Taylor calmly patrolled the sidelines, hardly ever losing his cool with players or officials during the game.
It was a pick-your-poison type of women’s basketball game. When Akron and Ball State met in the regular season, Akron won by utilizing forwards Rachel Tecca and Sina King close to the basket.
CLEVELAND – Working through a season where Ball State often played bigger than its players actually were, it caught up to them against Akron in the MAC Semifinal, where they lost 70-61.
For most teams, a loss at the end of the season is a failure.
CLEVELAND – Ball State’s women’s basketball team hasn’t had a good start to its Mid-American Conference Tournament.
CLEVELAND -- With four minutes left in the game, Will Regan got a crosscourt pass from a teammate and extended a long pump fake before pulling the ball back with a smile.
If Akron’s frontcourt of Demetrius Treadwell and Zeke Marshall taught coach Billy Taylor anything, it’s that Ball State needed to recruit big to compete.
When Nathalie Fontaine was being recruited to Ball State, coach Brady Sallee told her she had Mid-American Conference Freshman of the Year potential.
Saying Ball State played like a different team in the latter half of the season doesn’t accurately describe its transformation.
There were no team meetings to talk about a change in tempo or style.
Ball State had an up and down Wednesday night.
KALAMAZOO, Mich.–Western Michigan’s Austin Richie trailed off in the postgame press conference as he tried to explain the athleticism and quickness of Ball State’s guards.
After four years, 14 starts, 557 points and 339 rebounds, Shanee’ Jackson finally played her last game in Worthen Arena.
Ball State men’s basketball freshman Michael Ramey has decided to leave the team, Tom St. Myer of the Muncie Star Press confirmed from media relations.
The way Jauwan Scaife describes his time on the court sounds more like a family barbecue than a hunt for one of five potential byes in the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
On Thursday’s game against Central Michigan, the Ball State women’s basketball team was down by one point with a minute left on the clock.
After a five-point loss to Valparaiso in the non-conference finale, the Ball State women’s basketball team was sitting at 3-10, on the brink of another disappointing conference season.
Ball State’s senior guard Jauwan Scaife stepped up to the foul line. As the 80 percent foul shooter toed the line in his normal routine his cool demeanor reflected what he was feeling on the inside.