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Despite battling adversity throughout the fall season, the Ball State women’s golf team still managed to pick up three wins in its five fall events.
Frost was enough to shorten and delay the Firestone Invitational, but it was not enough to stop Ball State from playing some of its best golf in years.
A group of college-aged guys played cards, watched playoff baseball games and had a typical night for collegiate youth.
With the biennial Ryder Cup concluding last week in a historic collapse from the United States team, it was thought there would be at least some gloating time for European players.
We often tend to take life for granted. We fail to realize just how precious life truly is. Instead, we narrow our focus on other endeavors, such as sports.
The Ball State women's golf team won the Cardinal Classic on Saturday. The Player's Club field in Yorktown included 11 other schools, including a handful of Mid-American Conference teams.
Tuesday marked the final round of the three-day Golfweek Conference Challenge in Burlington, Iowa. The event included 15 teams from 15 different conferences, ensuring a wide range of talent.
Ball State competed in the second of three rounds in the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Burlington, Iowa, on Monday.
Ball State opened up its second event of the fall season on Sunday at the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Burlington, Iowa.
Ball State finished the first event of its fall season on Sunday with a seventh place finish in the talent-riddled, 11-team field at the Northern Intercollegiate.
Ball State women's golfer Jenna Hague had more riding on her shoulders than a typical freshman athlete last year.
Senior Brodie Williams' three-year metamorphosis is complete. He's ready to take a spot near the top of the Ball State men's golf lineup.
Even during the offseason junior Ball State men's golfer Tyler Merkel continues to bring home the hardware.
Sophomore men's golfer Tyler Merkel had a strong season that resulted in a trip to the NCAA Regionals. Now, he's receiving award after award for the season he put together as Ball State's No. 1 golfer.
Ball State's No. 1 men's golfer, junior Tyler Merkel, wasn't only competing at the top of his game on the green, he also notched an award for the 2012 Academic All-Mid American Conference.
Tyler Merkel's angst, frustration and hunger for better results after the NCAA Regional this weekend made it seem like he had recently been through a terrible round of miniature golf rather than a high-profile collegiate event.
Following the Mid-American Conference Championships last weekend, Tyler Merkel won't have much of a break from golf.
Rain prevented Ball State from having a chance to continue to move up the Mid-American Conference Championships leader board Sunday.
Golf's greatest enemy struck the final round of the Mid-American Conference Championships on Sunday, leading to an fourth-place finish for the Ball State men's golf team.