It’s been a productive spring season for freshman Joey Ranieri, coming off strong performances at the Butler Invitational and Mason Rudolph Championship for Ball State Men’s Golf. Although the Cardinals fell short of a top-10 finish at the Boilermaker Invite on April 13-14, placing 11th out of 15 teams, Ranieri’s score of 143 placed him in a tie for 22nd through two rounds to lead the team.
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In its final match before the Mid-American Conference championship, Ball State Women’s Golf finished eight strokes behind first place at the Hoya Women’s Invitational.
Senior Timothy Wiseman hit 4-under-par 67 in his opening round Friday, but Ball State Men’s Golf fell short of a top-10 finish at the Mason Rudolph Championship April 5-7 in Nashville, Tennessee. The Cardinals finished 15th out of 17 teams, with a combined score of 870 to finish 5-over par.
Freshman Joey Ranieri’s score of 140 led all individuals and Ball State Men’s Golf at the Butler Invitational on April 1 and 2. Ranieri, who recorded a career low of 69 on Monday, tied for fourth along with Purdue Fort Wayne’s Eric Brinker and Butler’s Raymond Sullivan.
Despite struggling after day one of the EKU Colonel Classic, Ball State jumped up the leaderboard during the final round on Saturday.
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Despite going 6-under-par on Monday, the lowest from any Ball State golfer since 2009 and finishing third place individually, sophomore C.J. Jones remains mixed with his results at the Muskies Classic. The tournament took place Monday and Tuesday in Cincinnati, Ohio.
After placing sixth at the Chatham Hills Collegiate, Ball State Men’s Golf will participate in the Muskies Classic taking place Oct. 22 and 23 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The tournament will be the last one of the fall season for the Cardinals.
Heading into the final weeks of the regular season, many Ball State Athletic teams are looking for big wins going into the conclusion of the fall season. Here’s what’s in store for this weekend.
Ball State Men’s Golf finished sixth out of 11 teams at the 36-hole Chatham Hills Collegiate in Westfield, Indiana, which took place this past Sunday and Monday.
Ball State Women’s Golf finished in 10th place against the top Mid-American Conference competitors at the Fall MAC Preview in Noblesville, Indiana.
Ball State Women’s Golf struggled at the Diane Thomason Invitational in Iowa as the team finished in eighth place out of nine teams.
Despite a strong performance from redshirt sophomore Keegan Bronnenberg, Ball State Men’s Golf fell short of a top 10 finish at the Trinity Forest Invitational in Dallas, Texas. The team finished 12 among 13 schools for a total score of 864.
Ball State Men’s Golf finished in 12th place among 16 schools in the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Ball State Women’s Golf finished runner-up at its only home match of the season.
After weeks of qualifying, Ball State Men’s Golf will officially begin its regular season on Sunday at the Golfweek Conference Challenge.
Ball State Women’s Golf will host its only home match of the fall season next week at the Cardinal Classic in Yorktown, Indiana.
Junior Manon Tounalom seized a second overall finish to lead Ball State Women’s Golf to third place in the Redbird Invitational.
Ball State Women’s Golf will get its fall season going Sunday in Normal, Illinois, this weekend at the Redbird Invitational. The Cardinals got a round of golf in against Dayton last week, but this will be the first official tournament round of the fall season.
Ball State Men’s Golf began its fall qualifying for the upcoming season over the weekend. Having placed second in the Mid-American Conference Championships the past two seasons, this year’s team features a mix of fresh faces and returners.