With a little luck and a fighting spirit, Ball State men’s tennis (11-4, 1-0 MAC) traveled to Binghamton and came out with a 4-3 win. After another close win, head coach Bill Richards said this match was a “good team win.”
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Ball State men's tennis begins Mid-American Conference play after roughly eight weeks of nonconference matches. Ball State (10-4) has one goal in mind concerning the MAC portion of its season.
Ball State men's tennis (8-2) saw a pair of Michigan teams on Saturday in a doubleheader. The team split the day with a win over Detroit and a loss to Michigan State.
Freshmen Chris Adams and Bryce Bonin will play mere hours away from their hometowns on Saturday when the team travels to Michigan.
This past weekend, Ball State women’s tennis experienced both the pros and the cons of channeling emotion with a resounding 7-0 win over University of Illinois-Chicago, followed by a 4-3 defeat at the hands of Western Kentucky.
It was another busy, but successful weekend in Ball State sports this weekend.
Riding a five match home winning streak, Ball State plays a team that it's lost to each of the previous three seasons.
Ball State men’s tennis (5-1) returns to action Saturday to host Cleveland State (5-2). The Cardinals faced the Vikings in the fall season at the Purdue Invite. After a doubleheader sweep in its last competition against IU Southeast, Ball State will come into the match with momentum, along with familiarity.
After beating Xavier Musketeers in a close match on Friday (4-3), Ball State men’s tennis (5-1) beat IU Southeast in both matches this afternoon. Head coach Bill Richards said his team “did what they had to do.”
Ball State men’s tennis was on the road today as it faced Xavier. The Cardinals beat the Musketeers for their third straight win, 4-3. Head coach Bill Richards said it was an incredibly exciting college tennis match.
Ball State men's tennis (2-1) will return to action this weekend after a two-week break from competition. The team will face Xavier and IU Southeast.
The first home matches of the Ball State women’s tennis spring season bore positive results, as it topped Eastern Illinois 4-3 and 4-2 in Sunday's doubleheader. Playing two matches in one day calls for a long day, but head coach Max Norris felt his team was prepared.
Ball State tennis doubles partners freshmen Chris Adams and Tom Carney were awarded Mid-American Conference Doubles Team of the Week.
This past weekend marked the start of Ball State's spring season as women's tennis traveled to Illinois to face the Northwestern Wildcats on Saturday, followed by the Illinois State Redbirds on Sunday.
Ball State men’s tennis (2-1) won both of its matches against Eastern Illinois and Belmont over the weekend. Head coach Bill Richards said he was very pleased with his team’s performance this weekend.
Ball State men’s tennis beat Belmont on Sunday afternoon 5-2, extending its home record to 2-0 on the young season.
In the first home match of the season, Ball State men’s tennis beat Eastern Illinois, 6-1.
The Northwest YMCA is going to be the place to watch men’s tennis this weekend as Ball State will host Eastern Illinois on Saturday for its home opener. Head tennis coach Bill Richards said he’s happy to play at home.
Ball State women’s tennis enters the spring portion of its season on the road this weekend. After the success they had last year, the Cardinals hope to improve even more.
Ball State men’s tennis went on the road for its season opener against Indiana today. The Cardinals lost the match to the Hoosiers, 6-1.