Senior Brittany Kelly is tied for fourth place headed into the final day in the LPGA Futures Tour Qualifying Tournament.
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With the fall portion of the 2010 Ball State women's golf season completed, a special opportunity has come for one senior.
Ball State is tied for fifth place with Toledo at the Mid-American Conference Tournament Preview at a 33-over-par 321 after playing through 18 holes Monday.
Ball State will head to Nashport, Ohio, today to play in the Mid-American Conference Tournament Preview. The Cardinals are the defending champions of the tournament.
After playing inconsistently for weeks, the Ball State men's golf team has a chance to shine at the Bearcat Invitational today and Tuesday in Hebron, Ky.
The Ball State men's golf team is third out of 12 teams with a score of 580, four over, in the Renaissance Invitational in Fort Myers, Fla.
Monday kicks off the Cardinal Classic hosted by Ball State. The 15-team tournament will be played on Monday and Tuesday at The Players Club.
After placing second last weekend in a tournament full of teams like Indiana, Missouri, Illinois and Michigan, the Ball State men's golf team will travel to Louisville, Ky., to play today and Tuesday against the likes of Murray State, Austin Peay and Eastern Kentucky in the Cardinal Collegiate.
A second-place finish in the Hawkeye Invitational this weekend was well deserved for the Ball State women's golf team.
The Ball State men's golf team is in third place of the Wolf Run Intercollegiate at the Wolf Run Golf Club in Carmel, after playing the first two rounds of the tournament Saturday.
The Ball State women's golf team opened its season with a 15th-place finish at the Wolverine Invitational.
ZIONSVILLE - With senior Eric Steger leading the way, the Ball State men's golf team finished in a tie for second place at the Wolf Run Intercollegiate on Sunday.
Earlier this fall, coach Mike Fleck made it clear that one of his main goals for the Ball State men's golf team this season was to find a consistent lineup. As the team opens its 2010 season this Saturday, Fleck has put his faith in the youth of team to find that consistency.
As his team enters the fall season, Ball State men's golf coach Mike Fleck has high expectations.
Looking to repeat its championship in the Mid-American Conference Tournament Preview, the Ball State women's golf team is entering this season with confidence.
The Ball State University men's golf team finished in eighth place out of nine teams in this weekend's Mid-American Conference Tournament at Longaberger Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio.
The Ball State University men's golf team travels to Longaberger Golf Club in Nashport, Ohio, today for the first day of competition at the Mid-American Conference Championships.The Cardinals will send five golfers to the event, headlined by junior Eric Steger. He has been the most consistent golfer for Ball State this year, leading the team with a 72.64 average. He has also had four top-10 finishes.Joining Steger in the tournament will be Tony Lazzara, Zac Henderson, TJ Carpenter and Anthony Novak.Steger tied for 15th at the MAC Championships in Indianapolis last year, the Cardinals second-best finisher. Brian Mauer was the top Ball State golfer in that tournament, finishing 10th. Mauer was named First Team All-MAC in his senior season.Novak is the only other Cardinal who competed in the MAC Championships last year, and he finished 37th. Ball State finished in sixth place as a team, and Kent State University took the championships.The championships will be played over 72 holes, beginning at 8 a.m. today. The Cardinals will play 36 holes in the first day and 18 holes on Saturday and Sunday.
The Ball State University women's golf team this weekend had its best-ever performance at the Mid-American Conference Championships, finishing in second place.
Playing in the last tournament of her Ball State University career won't be such a sad farewell for senior Kirsty O'Connor.
In their last event before the Mid-American Conference Championships, the Ball State University men's golf team placed ninth of 12 teams in the Crooked Stick Invitational in Carmel, Ind., Tuesday afternoon. In a field that featured nationally ranked schools like University of Illinois and Middle Tennessee State University, Ball State finished with a 68 over par 920 over three rounds at Crooked Stick Golf Club. "It was a pretty frustrating weekend to be honest," coach Mike Fleck said. "The inconsistencies are getting to us. We haven't played to our potential this spring yet." No. 19 Illinois won the tournament with a seven over par. Fighting Illini junior Chirs DeForest was the top individual, shooting a six under par.Fleck said junior Eric Steger was the most consistent player at Crooked Stick. Steger finished at eight over par, tying for 14th. He shot a 71 in round one and a 73 in round three - the best scores for the Cardinals. Fleck said freshman Tony Lazzara and junior Anthony Novak had good rounds, but need to put the rounds together to be effective. Lazzara, a Carmel resident, finished tying for 44th, 21 over par.Heading into the MAC Championships, Fleck says the only player he is sure will be playing in the championships will be Steger "Two through five is up in the air right now," Fleck said. "We are playing inconsistently and we need guys to step up. We're going to spend the next week to figure things out and figure out what our line up will be."