Two weeks ago, Ball State Cross Country recorded its first 1st place finish in two years at the Jenna Strong Invitational. The Cardinals are looking to work off of that momentum going into the season finale at the MAC Championships this weekend in Toledo, Ohio.
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Coming off a second place finish at the IWU Twilight invite, Ball State Cross Country will face a tall task this weekend in the Spartan Invitational at Michigan State University.
After heading due south for the Butler Twilight meet last weekend, Ball State Cross Country will be heading just up the road to Marion, Indiana for the IWU Twilight meet.
Looking to start its season on a high note, Ball State Cross-Country will head to Indianapolis for the Butler Twilight Invitational.
Ball State cross country will travel to Terre Haute to compete in the NCAA Midwest Regional meet this weekend.
Ball State cross country will travel to Miami University this weekend for the Mid-American Conference Championship.
Ball State cross country will head south to compete in the Greater Louisville Classic on Saturday, as its top seven runners will step up to the starting line in a competitive race.
Ball State cross country will travel to Miami this weekend to compete in the Redhawk Rumble as its full roster will make return to action.
Senior Jordan Timmons led the Ball State cross country team this weekend at the Indiana Intercollegiate Championships at Purdue University Cross Country Course.
This weekend, a select squad of the Ball State cross country team will head to Purdue to compete at the Indiana Intercollegiate Championship meet.
Ball State cross country will travel to Illinois State this weekend to compete in the Illinois State Invitational.
Ball State was picked to finish 10th in the Mid-American Conference according to the cross country preseason polls released on Aug. 30.
After months of training and several hard fought races, the Ball State cross country team will toe the starting line one final time this season at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional in Madison, Wisconsin Nov. 11.
Ball State finished 10th in the Mid-American Conference Cross Country Championship, its first time cracking the top 10 since 2012.
The Cardinals need good placement.
With a time of 18:30.7, freshman Emily Tromp won the Cardinal Duals meet Sept. 23. For her performance, she was named the Mid-American Conference Runner of the Week by the MAC coaches.
When Emily Tromp stepped to the starting line of the Ball State Cardinal Duals, she was running for more than just her team. She had a very special person cheering her on.
Ball State cross country hosts its first meet in nearly two years Sept. 23, but the biggest home-field advantage might be the proximity to the Health Center.
When the Cardinals toe the starting line in Bloomington Sept. 16, they’ll get a chance to see where they stand in the hierarchy of Indiana cross country.
Ball State’s football and cross country teams will make their season debuts this weekend, while the field hockey, soccer and volleyball teams continue their seasons on the road.