Teams can have games where nothing seems to go their way. Loose balls and 50-50 balls consistently end up in the hands of the opponent, open shots are missed uncharacteristically and one play going differently could alter the course of the game.
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It just wasn't meant to be.
Ball State Daily News sports reporters Robby General and Nate Fields discuss the first day of Mid-American Conference Tournament for women's basketball and look ahead to the men's team taking on Kent State.
Through the highs and lows of Ball State's 2017-18 season, the men's basketball team has been focused on one thing -- the Mid-American Conference tournament.
At halftime, Brady Sallee was the last one off the court for Ball State.
When it's not your night, nothing seems to go right.
Ball State earned five awards, with three individual players being selected for All-Mid-American Conference awards, according to an announcement made by the league.
Ball State men's basketball players Tayler Persons and Trey Moses were named to All-Mid-American Conference teams, according to an announcement from the league.
Ball State women's basketball finished off the regular season with a commanding 88-63 victory over Eastern Michigan on Saturday afternoon.
Tayler Persons had a shot to hit yet another game winner in Dekalb, Illinois on Friday night. Unlike numerous other times this season, however, the shot didn't go in.
Coming into Friday, Ball State women's basketball needed the conference powerhouses to knock off some bubble teams in order to increase its chances of receiving an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament.
After Ball State's 88-80 loss on Wednesday evening to fellow bubble team Central Michigan, things look bleak for the team's chances at an NCAA Tournament at-large bid.
After leading for majority of the game, Ball State women's basketball (23-5, 12-5 MAC) fell short to Central Michigan (24-4, 16-1 MAC) in a fast paced battle.
The Mid-American Conference, like the rest of Division l men's college basketball, has had a season that can be summed up with one word — unpredictable.
Michigan teams have not been kind to Ball State men's basketball over the past five days.
In its last four games, Ball State women’s basketball (23-4, 12-4 MAC) had dominated its competition. Today was a different story.
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.
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.