A journey down to Western Kentucky (5-7, 0-0 CUSA) ends in a victory for Ball State Women's Basketball (3-7, 0-0 MAC) after they clinched a tight win at 86-83.
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With a little over a month of the 2018-19 high school basketball season in the books, many colleges have inked some of the standouts across the nation. Ball State Men's Basketball has also done some signing of their own and continues to pursue others. Here's who will be and may be donning the cardinal and white next season.
As winter break creeps in, Ball State Women’s Basketball (2-7, 0-0 MAC) prepares to kick off its final stretch of its non-conference schedule against Western Kentucky (5-6, 0-0 Conference USA) for Sunday’s matchup against the Lady Toppers.
As the end of the non-conference season comes to a close, many MAC squads have proved to be front runners for the conference title while others have some work to do. Here are five takeaways from the NCAA's most recent NET rankings
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The Cardinals went into the locker room after the first half with a 45-37 lead over the Purple Aces and holding that lead for 18:20 minutes.
Ball State (6-3, 0-0 MAC) is now 2-0 to start its four-game road trip after taking down Loyola Chicago (5-4, 0-0 Missouri Valley) Wednesday. The Cardinals are eyeing their sixth straight win and their second on the season against Evansville (4-4, 0-0 MVC).
Ball State Women's Basketball (2-7, 0-0 MAC) was unable to stop Vanderbilt (4-5, 0-0 SEC) junior Mariella Fasoula, who tallied 23 points to lead the Commodores to a 60-43 victory in Worthen Arena.
December 5th. Two big wins. Same tie.
Ball State Women's Basketball (2-6, 0-0 MAC) are 1-1 in the all-time series record against the Vanderbilt Commodores (3-5, 0-0 SEC), and they look to post their third win of the season on Thursday when the teams meet again, but this time in Muncie.
It was a sloppy start for both teams, but Butler’s (6-0, 0-0 Big East) experience gave them an advantage over Ball State Women’s Basketball (2-6, 0-0 MAC), as the Cardinals failed to extend their three-game win streak against the Bulldogs, losing 64-47. Here are four areas of Ball State’s play that stood out from their loss Sunday.
A perfect record remains in-tact for the Butler Bulldogs (6-0, 0-0 Big East) as they overcome Ball State Women's Basketball (2-6, 0-0 MAC) by a score of 64-47 today in Hinkle Fieldhouse.
Ball State (5-3, 0-0 MAC) came into Indianapolis with three players averaging double-figures in the scoring column. By the end of their contest with the Jaguars (5-3, 0-0 Horizon), five Cardinals had 10 or more points.
In a homecoming of sorts for five different Cardinals, Ball State Men's Basketball (5-3, 0-0 MAC) was able to pull away from IUPUI (5-3, 0-0 Horizon) in the late second half for the 85-75 win.
Coming off of a 46 point win over Tiffin on Tuesday, Ball State Men's Basketball (4-3, 0-0 MAC) will face a hot IUPUI (5-2, 0-0 Horizon) squad on Saturday in Indianapolis.
Ball State (2-5, 0-0 MAC) put together an all-around performance to defeat Cincinnati (5-3, 0-0 American), 75-63. Here are five aspects from the game that were key in the Cardinals’ victory.
Four players with double-digit points along with a noteworthy performance from freshman Anna Clephane awarded Ball State Women’s Basketball (2-5, 0-0 MAC) with a win over Cincinnati (5-3, 0-0 American). After an 0-3 weekend in Florida, head coach Brady Sallee said this was exactly what the team needed.
With a student enrollment approximately 10 times larger than its opponent, Ball State may seem like the Goliath to Tiffin’s David. It showed Tuesday on the basketball court. The Cardinals (4-3, 0-0 MAC) took down the Dragons (2-3, 0-0 GMAC) 108-62. Five Cardinals reached double-figures in the scoring column to combine for 81 points. Here’s a description of each of their performances.
Tayler Persons, redshirt senior guard for Ball State Men’s Basketball, said leadership is the most underrated thing in sports. The Cardinals have two players who went to extreme measures last summer to enhance their leadership qualities.
Breaking triple digits for the first time since its double overtime win against Akron last season, a strong team effort gave Ball State Men's Basketball (4-3, 0-0 MAC) a dominating win over Tiffin (2-4, 0-0 G-MAC), 108-62.