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Sophomore forward Tahjai Teague and junior center Trey Moses are becoming a force to be reckoned with in the paint.
Ball State men’s basketball will look to avenge its Jan. 23 overtime loss when it hosts Kent State in the second meeting of the season between the two teams.
Two Cardinals finished with career nights as Ball State (19-4, 8-4 MAC) knocked off conference foe Eastern Michigan (9-13, 5-6 MAC) 91-85.
As a team who is in a mid-major conference and still in the hunt for an NCAA Tournament at-large bid, Ball State (19-4, 8-4 MAC) knows it has a target on its back.
In the up and down year that's been Ball State men's basketball, one thing has remained consistent — victories are almost certain at Worthen Arena.
Junior guard Tayler Persons put the finishing touches on Ball State men’s basketball’s hot-shooting second half with another game-winning 3-pointer to beat Bowling Green 59-56.
Beating his chest, Tayler Persons walked off the floor, looked into the Worthen Arena crowd and on his way to the Ball State bench had one thing to say:
Ball State's fourth loss of 2017-18 followed a familiar pattern in its 80-76 loss to Ohio on Saturday afternoon.
Ball State couldn't get anything going in the second half against Eastern Michigan.
“Hey man, who’s that cat comin’ down the street? I don’t know, but it sounds to me that he’s the man with the bones. He’s sure havin’ himself a ball!”
After missing two straight games, junior forward Destiny Washington looked to get back in the flow of things in her return.
Trey Moses has been dominant for Ball State men's basketball since the beginning of conference play.
Ball State made the best shooting team in the Mid-American Conference look like anything but that on Tuesday night.
Outside of Buffalo, who is undefeated in conference play, Toledo remains one of the hottest teams in the Mid-American Conference.
It was a matchup between Northern Illinois' Courtney Woods and Ball State's Moriah Monaco — two potential Mid-American Conference Player of the Year finalists on Saturday afternoon at Worthen Arena.
If you love high-powered offense, buzzer-beating shots and electric atmospheres, this was the game for you.
For about 33 minutes, there wasn’t much excitement to be had.
Prior to the Ball State men's basketball game Saturday, it was announced that senior guard Jeremie Tyler was dismissed from the team.
As Cardinals fans poured into Worthen Arena on Wednesday night, the 1,077 in attendance were in for a surprise when they looked to the floor during warmups.