Members of Ball State Baseball break a huddle during practice Jan. 30, 2019, in the Field Sports Building. The Cardinals went 2-5 in their first two weekends of 2019. Zach Piatt, DN 
BASEBALL

Tough competition, Jameson, top of order headline Ball State Baseball’s start to season

It may not seem like it with temperatures in Muncie still dipping into the 20s, but Ball State’s spring break is here, and with spring comes baseball. The Cardinals already have seven games under their belt, and they’re making stops in South Carolina and Florida before coming back home after break. As their next game approaches, here’s a few things to keep in mind. 


Ball State baseball player Colin Brockhouse begins to run after hitting the ball during the game against the University of Dayton on March 18 at the Baseball Diamond at First Merchant’s Ballpark Complex. Briana Hale, DN
BASEBALL

Ball State Baseball shows promise in GCU Classic

Ball State kicked off the season at the Grand Canyon University Classic in Tempe, Arizona, last weekend, and while the Cardinals’ 1-3 showing wasn’t ideal, head coach Rich Maloney said their record could have just as easily been reversed. 






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