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Trailing by as many as 12 in the second half, Ball State needed something to go its way and with seven minutes left in the game, it did. Redshirt freshman guard Jarron Coleman passed it to freshman guard Luke Bumbalough and he sinks the three on the wing to make it a 49-46 game.
“Individual commitment to a group effort — that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.”
Ball State Men’s Basketball (14-12, 7-6 MAC) held Buffalo (17-9, 8-5 MAC) to 0-10 from three to start the game and led by as many as 10 in the first half. The game was tied at 29 at the half, but the Bulls stormed passed the Cardinals in the second half, outscoring Ball State 43-30 and ultimately winning 72-59.
At the 4:14 mark of the game, Ball State trailed 70-50. When the crowd was at its quietest, the Cardinals sparked some magic. Redshirt freshman guard Jarron Coleman scored 10 of his 17 points in those final four minutes of the game. Ball State cut its 20-point deficit to three, but the Falcons ultimately held the Cardinals off with free throws, defeating them 77-71.
Ball State Men’s Basketball (14-10, 7-4 MAC) was up 57-56 over Northern Illinois (15-10, 8-4 MAC) with 30 seconds left in the game. It led by 15 points earlier in the half and needed something to go right.
Bill Clinton was President of the United States the last time Ball State Men’s Basketball (13-9, 6-3 MAC) traveled to Kent State (16-6, 6-4 MAC) and won. The long-awaited win finally happened, as the Cardinals defeated the Golden Flashes 62-54.
Sometimes, defense can attribute to a win, and other times, luck will. In Ball State’s Saturday afternoon 65-54 win over Ohio, it was a little bit of both.
The Delta Eagles (11-3, 1-2 HHC) have not lost a game at home in nearly two years. That streak continued Friday night, as they moved to 8-0 in their own gym, beating Wapahani (11-4, 2-2 MEC) 54-43.
The game of basketball, specifically Ball State Men’s Basketball’s loss to Bowling Green, is and was a game of runs.
Ball State Men’s Basketball and Central Michigan are now sitting at 11-8 and 4-2 in the Mid-American Conference after the Cardinals fell short in a close one, 71-66.
This wasn’t just a normal weekend playing tennis for freshman Vince Orlando. He was playing against his father, Gene Orlando, who has been the head coach of Michigan State’s team since 1992.
211 to 212. As water heats up inside a singeing metal pot, the slight jump in temperature means more than a single degree.
Ball State Men’s Basketball is down 10 at the seven-minute mark of the first half against Miami (Ohio). They are 1-of-7 from deep and need something to ignite. In comes freshman guard Luke Bumbalough.
Ball State Men’s Basketball (9-7, 2-1 MAC) had Akron (13-3, 2-1 MAC) on the brink of defeat, but a second-half lapse ultimately was the deciding factor in the Cardinals’ 75-60 loss. Akron has yet to lose at home, and Friday night was no different, as the Zips moved to 10-0 on their stomping grounds. Here are four takeaways.
Buffalo (9-6, 0-2 MAC) has had Ball State Men’s Basketball’s (9-6, 2-0 MAC) number since 2017. Tuesday night was different. The Cardinals defeated the Bulls, 88-68, and remain undefeated in Mid-American Conference play.
Effort and toughness.
Head coach James Whitford described redshirt senior forward Tahjai Teague’s performance as a “Junkyard dog” in Ball State's (6-5, 0-0 MAC) 85-64 loss to No. 22 Washington (9-2, 0-0 PAC 12) in the Diamond Head Classic in Hawaii.
Freshman guard Luke Bumbalough into the starting lineup, and redshirt freshman guard Jarron Coleman to the bench. This decision wasn’t because of performance or skill. It was based on benefiting both players and their styles of play.
The Cardinals are going dancing. Ball State Women’s Volleyball (20-11,11-5 MAC) is heading to Lincoln, Nebraska, to take on fifth-seeded Nebraska (25-4,11-5 Big 10) in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Tournament Friday at 7 p.m.
Monday is Amber Seaman’s birthday. She woke up a champion.