Both teams entered Saturday’s game looking to snap a five-game losing streak. While Ball State (7-17, 2-10 MAC) and Eastern Michigan (11-12, 4-8 MAC) each had a lot on the line, the Eagles ultimately came away with a win, and the Cardinals tacked on another loss.
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"I like my team and we have a chance to be really dangerous here down the stretch."
Ball State Women's Basketball (7-16, 2-9 MAC) started their two game road trip off on the wrong foot after a 91-61 loss to Akron on Wednesday. This was the Zips first win over the Cardinals in the past seven meetings. Here are four areas that stood out from Ball State’s fifth straight loss.
It’s been non-stop for Ball State Men’s Basketball. Since Christmas, the team has played 12 games, traveling over 3,000 miles over the course of almost two months. There hasn’t been much of a break in the action.
A slow start for Ball State Women’s Basketball (7-16, 2-9 MAC) and six players in double-digits for Akron (14-8, 5-6 MAC) handed the Cardinals their fifth loss in a row and their third loss by 30 or more this season, 91-61.
In the annual “Think Pink” game Ball State Women's Basketball (7-15, 2-8 MAC) and Northern Illinois (14-8, 6-4 MAC) put on a show for the 1,333 fans in the arena. The high-scoring outing ended in the Huskies favor 93-83. Here are four takeaways from the shootout in Worthen Arena.
Brachen is back.
“If you didn’t enjoy watching that game, there’s something wrong with you.”
For the first time in six games, as the horn sounded to end the game, the Cardinals were not hanging their heads, prepping for overtime or taking a sigh of relief.
Things have been on the upswing for Ball State Men's Basketball (12-11, 3-7 MAC) as the Cardinals were able to snap a four game losing streak on Tuesday against Northern Illinois. While they come into this weekend hosting last place Western Michigan (6-16, 0-9 MAC) on Saturday, Conference play has proved that any team can win on any given day. Here is your matchup scouting report.
After a tough two-game road trip Ball State Women's Basketball (7-14,2-7 MAC) will get a chance to get back on track at Worthen Arena Saturday against Northern Illinois (13-8, 5-4 MAC).
Jackson Adamowicz’s 20 points led all scorers Thursday, but he needed a little help as it wasn’t enough to lift Burris over Alexandria-Monroe.
Ball State Women's Basketball (7-14, 2-7 MAC) traveled to Michigan to take on the top team in West division of the MAC, Central Michigan (16-5, 7-2 MAC) Wednesday night. The Chippewas were too much for the Cardinals as they handed them their third-straight loss 81-63. Here are four key factors to take away from the contest.
While the season has been rocky thus far for this fresh-faced Ball State Women's Basketball (7-14, 2-7 MAC) team, the Cardinals displayed persistence and rigor in matchup against Central Michigan (16-5, 7-2 MAC). But it wouldn’t be enough. The Chippewas came out on top, 81-63.
Ball State (12-11, 3-7 MAC) won its third conference game of the season Tuesday at Northern Illinois (12-11, 5-5 MAC) and just its second in the last nine contests.
After dropping four straight games, it took a combined effort from redshirt senior guard Tayler Persons, senior center Trey Moses and redshirt junior forward Tahjai Teague, along with a little bit of luck, to guide Ball State Men's Basketball (12-11, 3-6 MAC) to a win over Northern Illinois (12-11, 5-5 MAC), 72-71.
Ball State Women's Basketball (7-13, 2-6 MAC) has not beat Ohio (18-2, 7-2 MAC) since their matchup on Jan. 18, 2014. The Bobcats made sure to continue to hold that advantage over the Cardinals as they dominated Ball State 94-62, to extend their winning streak against the Cardinals to seven games. Here are four key takeaways from the blowout loss to Ohio.
Known for driving to the basket and mid-range jump shots, Ball State's redshirt junior guard K.J. Walton dropped a career-best 26 points on Saturday afternoon in the Cardinals' 83-80 loss to Kent State. In addition to his high-scoring effort, Walton was able to break four other career bests in playing time and at the line against the Flashes.
An Ohio record was broken, just shy of an NCAA record, in Saturday’s matchup between the Bobcats (17-2, 6-2 MAC) and Cardinals (7-13, 2-6 MAC).
In a game that saw redshirt junior guard K.J. Walton score a new career high and hit two buzzer-beaters Saturday, Ball State (11-11, 2-7 MAC) couldn’t close it out against Kent State (16-5, 5-3 MAC) as it fell for the fourth consecutive time at home.