It's been a long, frustrating first season for coach Alex Marconi.
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After dropping its series opener against Mid-American Conference West division opponent Eastern Michigan, Ball State (12-27, 8-8) put itself in a comfortable position heading into the late stages of Game 2 Saturday afternoon.
Six days have past since Ball State dished out an 8-1 win against Mid-American Conference foe Central Michigan last Sunday.
Ball State's series opener versus Mid-American Conference West opponent Eastern Michigan mirrored last weekend's series opener against Central Michigan.
Saturday's doubleheader versus preseason Mid-American Conference West division favorite Central Michigan (19-19, 8-5 MAC) served as a golden opportunity for Ball State to make a statement.
After watching his team drop both games in a doubleheader Saturday, coach Alex Marconi had to change things up.
The Mid-American Conference series opener between Ball State (11-23, 7-4) and Central Michigan (18-19, 7-5) today has been postponed due to inclement weather and field conditions.
For Ball State, the biggest conference test of the season could come in this weekend's series with Mid-American Conference West division favorite Central Michigan (18-19, 7-5 MAC).
With its regular lineup intact, Ball State dodged poor field conditions and a bundle of pitching errors en route to a 12-6 victory over Northwestern Ohio.
Tuesday afternoon's game versus Butler of the Horizon League has been postponed due to rain.
What was supposed to be a three-game Mid-American Conference series versus Buffalo turned into a doubleheader Friday due to inclement weather and field conditions.
Sunday afternoon's series finale between Ball State and Buffalo was cancelled due to inclement weather.
After sweeping a shortened Mid-American Conference series at Buffalo last weekend, Ball State returns to Ball Diamond for a five-game homestand, starting with Butler this afternoon and Northwestern Ohio on Wednesday.
Ball State (10-23, 7-4 MAC) picked up its third Mid-American Conference series victory of the season Friday by sweeping a double-header against the Buffalo Bulls (7-25, 0-11 MAC).
After splitting two mid-week non-conference games, Ball State (8-23, 5-4 MAC) resumes Mid-American Conference play with a three-game series against Mid-American Conference East division foe Buffalo (7-23, 0-9 MAC).
Ball State (7-23) was one out away from a victory over its in-state rival Purdue until the unimaginable happened.
In a midweek matchup versus Indiana Tech, Ball State came out victorious in an unusual way.
After coughing up the lead in the ninth inning to Purdue on Tuesday, Ball State got a come from behind 2-1 victory against Indiana Tech Wednesday.
The last time Ball State tallied 13 runs was on May 13 last season in a 13-10 win over Ohio in the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Entering Sunday's double-header, true freshman Kenny Mahala had just three RBIs on the season.