The Ball State men’s golf team has competed in 12 events this year, compiling impressive results and climbing as high as No. 27 in the country in Golfweek’s polls. But the culmination of its season comes down to 18 holes Saturday at the Palouse Ridge Golf Club.
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Generally, postseason play is thought to be different from regular season play. The mantra “Win or go home” is supposed to resonate with players and elevate their game in superior venues.
After a disappointing third place finish at the Mid-American Conference Championship on Sunday, coach Fleck said he hoped that it wouldn’t be the last golf his team got to play this year.
Ranked No. 30 by GolfWeek, Ball State’s men’s golf team had high expectations coming into the spring season. The Cardinals’ third place finish at the Mid-American Conference Championship on Sunday did not meet those aspirations, and left the team feeling like they have more to prove.
Coming into the second round of the Mid-American Conference Championship, the women’s golf team trailed tournament leader Kent State by just five shots.
The Ball State women’s golf team will compete in the Indiana University Invitational this weekend. Despite a rocky start this spring, the team’s confidence is solid heading into the two-day event.
Ball State men’s golf finished the final round in sixth place with a score of 304 on Tuesday at the Jim West Intercollegiate, after starting the day in second place.
Ball State women’s golf highlighted April on its calendar even before the season began in early September.
The final day of play for the Ball State men’s golf team resulted in seventh place of 16 teams at the Memphis Intercollegiate. Ball State finished the tournament with a final score of 308 while enduring the undesirable weather conditions with temperatures in the 40s.
Ball State women’s golf finished the UALR Women’s Golf Classic Tournament at Hot Springs, Ark.
The Ball State men’s golf team lands in the top ten after the first 36 holes on Monday in the Memphis Intercollegiate at Colonial Country Club in Cordova, Tenn.
Unusually cold temperatures during late March in the Midwest have forced several Ball State sports teams to work around it, including the women’s golf team.
Ball State men’s golf returns to the course after winning its last event two weeks ago.
Entering the final round of the Pinehurst Intercollegiate trailing by four shots to VCU and Old Dominion, Ball State found itself sweeping the team and individual titles Tuesday.
Round two of the Golf Pride Pinehurst Intercollegiate proved to be exceptionally challenging for the field. Ball State’s men’s golf team finds itself in a tie for third, even after going 30-over-par.
Ball State senior, Autumn Duke, was selected Thursday as the Mid-American Conference Women’s Golfer of the Week.
After the first 36 holes at the Jim West Challenge at the Vaaler Creek Golf Club in Blanco, Texas, junior Sarah Westaway is off to a fast start for Ball State.
After sweeping through the first two rounds of the Mid-American Match Play, Ball State men’s golf more than lived up to its No. 1 seed. However, in the second day and final round Ball State faltered and gave the tournament championship away to surging Bowling Green.
Golf is a sport that relies on what weather permits. Playing the sport in Indiana can create problems and limitations, especially when being outdoors is necessary.
Ball State men’s golf will kick off its spring season as the No. 1 seed in its first match in over three months, an improvement from the fall season.