Junior Carissa Martinez performs her floor routine against Kent State Feb. 4 at Worthen Arena. Martinez ranked 14th for her floor routine. Andrew Berger, DN
GYMNASTICS

Ball State wins second home meet of the season

It was a rocky start for Ball State, but once they received a total of 49.275 points for bars, they were able to gain a slim lead. Ball State was only ahead by .050 after the third event. It was anyone’s meet, but the Cardinals’ 49.325 points on floor sealed the deal for Ball State’s win, and the meet ended 196.075-195.525. 


Senior Suki Pfister smiles at the end of her floor routine while the Cardinals cheer for her against Bowling Green Jan. 22 at Worthen Arena. Pfister scored a 9.900 on the floor. Kate Tilbury, DN
GYMNASTICS

Cardinals finish with top score in every event during home meet victory

The excited screams of high-pitched little girls filled the air at the Ball State Gymnastic team’s first home meet of the season. Ball State’s unofficial cheerleading team could be seen standing in the front row of the bleachers, responding to different performances, with extra cheers for high-scoring routines from seniors Suki Pfister and Victoria Henry.



Ball State Cardinals gymnastics teams waves thank you to the crowd for attending their meet against Central Michigan Feb. 26 at Worthen Arena. The Cardinals’ winning streak reaches 11 with a 196.100-196.075 victory over the Chippewas. Madelyn Guinn, DN
GYMNASTICS

Following a record-breaking 2023 season, Ball State is NCAA Regionals bound

With a Co-Mid-American Conference (MAC) Regular Season Championship, a second-place finish at the MAC Championship Meet and a nationally-ranked 34th-best NQS score of 196.395, Ball State earned an at-large team bid to the NCAA Regionals in Norman, Oklahoma, the first time since 1999  the Cardinals will compete at regionals as a team and just the second time in program history.




The NCAA logo is seen in the second half of the game between the Northwestern Wildcats and the Vanderbilt Commodores during the first round of the 2017 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Vivint Smart Home Arena on March 16, 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images/TNS)
SPORTS

Ball State athletes, coaches react to season cancellations

On March 12, the Mid-American Conference made the announcement it would be canceling regular season, championship and non-traditional competition for the rest of the 2019-20 academic school year in concern with the coronavirus (COVID-19). Here is how Ball State athletes and coaches reacted to the announcement.  







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