Ball State cross country will have a young roster this season — half of its runners are freshmen.
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The Ball State cross country team finished in third place at the Ohio Invitational on Friday, with a final score of 78.
The Ball State cross country team opened its 2014 season by placing third at the Butler Opener.
The Ball State cross country team finished its season Friday at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional hosted at Wisconsin’s Zimmer Championship Course.
With the season winding down, the Ball State cross country team traveled to Ohio this weekend to run in the 2013 Mid-American Conference Championship hosted by Bowling Green State University.
The Ball State cross country team finished with one of its strongest races this season. The Cardinals took fifth place out of 34 other teams in the Jenna Strong Fall Classic, hosted by Wilmington College.
Ball State’s cross country team returned to play Saturday in Louisville, Ky., to place eight out of 17 teams at the 12th annual Greater Louisville Classic.
Two weeks after finishing last of eight teams at the Indiana Intercollegiate in Bloomington, the cross country team is looking to rebound with a faster and stronger peformance this weekend.
The Ball State cross country team took their talents to the Indiana Intercollegiate Cross Country on Friday afternoon.
After opening up the 2013 season with third place at the IPFW invitational last week, the Ball State cross country team had seven of its nine runners post career-best times at the Mel Brodt Invitational hosted by Bowling Green on Friday.
A new leader will have to arise for Ball State’s cross country team.
Playing for years with the same teammates on either high school or college teams can create inseparable bonds. At some point, they go from being teammates to being lifelong friends.
The Ball State cross country team finished in 10 of 12 teams Saturday in Buffalo, N.Y., during the Mid-American Conference Championship. Senior MaryKate Mellen posted her best time at the championship, finishing at 22:29.0 in the 6K race. It was enough to earn her 29thplace. Following her footsteps were freshman Katelyn DeVries and sophomore Courtney Edon, who finished with just two seconds separating them. DeVries finished at 22:47.5 and Edon at 22:49.4, finishing 44th and 45th respectively. Senior Emilee Zets and junior Esther Tirado also scored for Ball State, finishing within a second of each other. Zets finished in 74thwith a time of 24:03.9, and Tirado was 75th with 24:04.8. Caitlynn Edon and Kelly Swift finished with career best 6K times, with times of 24:14.5 and 24:19.8. Toledo won the championship for the third straigh, followed by Miami of Ohio, Ohio, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Akron, Buffalo, Bowling Green, Kent State, Ball State, Northern Illinois and Western Michigan. Ball State will compete next on Nov. 9, for the 2012 Greater Lakes Regional in Madison, Wis. The cross country team will run at noon Central Standard Time.
After blowing everyone away at the Ball State Invitational on Friday, where Ball State's top three runners set career marks in the 5K and all eight runners finished in the top 10, the runners are looking to continue improving on their times at the Bradley Classic in Peoria, Ill.
Ball State's cross country team beat out Marian and Indianapolis on Friday, finishing with a time of 18:49.08, a season best for the team.
Ball State cross country coaches Randy Heisler and Ali Bishel weren't thrilled with the weekend's showing at the Greater Louisville Classic. Running against 17 of the top 25 ranked teams in the country, Ball State placed 30th out of 31 teams, beating host Louisville.
Ball State ran against some of the stiffest competition in the country at the Greater Louisville Classic on Saturday, finishing 30 of 31 teams, only beating host Louisville.
Ball State's cross country team sprinted near the front of the pack on Saturday, finishing in fourth place out of 26 teams in the Terre Haute meet.
The Ball State cross country team is heading to Toledo, Ohio this Saturday to compete in the Great Lakes Regional. The 6K meet begins at 1:15 p.m. Saturday Nov. 12 at Ottawa Park.
Ball State finished eighth over all at the Mid-American Conference Cross-Country Championships on Saturday. Toledo came away with the championship title for the second consecutive year.