Ball State soccer dictated most of the first half against Bowling Green State University, but nearly ended the first half with nothing to show for it.
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After a strong start to the season, the Ball State soccer team (10-2-2, 5-0-1 in MAC) only has five Mid-American Conference games left in the regular season.
One game, two records.
Ball State soccer head coach Craig Roberts doesn’t refer to his substitute players as "subs." He calls them game changers.
Defending conference champions.
Ball State soccer returned home from Michigan still unbeaten in Mid-American Conference play.
Ball State soccer is one of four teams in the Mid-American Conference with a perfect conference record, but the Cardinals will put that on the line this weekend with a two-stop road trip in Michigan.
This weekend, Ball State football won on the road, women's volleyball and soccer each won two games at home, cross country won its lone home meet of the season and field hockey dropped two games on the road.
Ball State's rematch against Akron on Sept. 25 was the redemption Ball State was looking for after the Cardinals were eliminated from the Mid-American Conference Tournament by Akron in penalty kicks.
Ball State midfielder Lauren Roll had a smile on her face as her teammates heckled her with "Roll sucks" chants.
This weekend, football hits the road for its final nonconference game, while soccer, volleyball and field hockey each begin Mid-American Conference play. Cross country also hosts its first meet in nearly two years.
Ball State soccer is about to start its bid to defend last season's regular season Mid-American Conference title.
Following the soccer game against Buffalo Sept. 23, Ball State fans will just keep swimming to Scheumann Stadium for a screening of "Finding Dory."
It was an emotional week for Ball State soccer, with two goalkeepers competing for playing time and a surprise visit for one of the seniors on Senior Day.
It was a busy family weekend at Ball State. Athletics featured home games for football, soccer and women's volleyball and field hockey hit the road for the fourth straight weekend.
Rain threatened to cancel Ball State soccer's Senior Day, but after an 80-minute delay the Cardinals wasted no time in their 4-0 victory over Morehead State (3-4-1).
After practice Thursday, senior defender Lorina White was sitting on the floor of the locker room, listening as coach Craig Roberts stalled for time.
Most Ball State athletics teams spent the last couple weeks on the road, but Family Weekend will feature home games for football, women's volleyball and soccer.
Junior goalkeeper Alyssa Heintschel started all 20 of the Cardinals' soccer games last season, leading the team to the Mid-American Conference regular season title.
Several Ball State sports teams are hitting the road this weekend.