Senior midfielder Melissa Diceman scored on a penalty kick attempt to give the Cardinals a 1-0 lead at the 21:31 mark in the first half. Not only was it the first successful penalty kick of the season for Ball State, but it was also the first career goal for Diceman.
Indiana is known for its unpredictable weather. An average day in March could vary from freezing temperatures with 6 inches of snow to warm and sunny with clear skies. But in the middle of Indiana, people can escape to a tropical environment with more than 2,000 orchids at Ball State’s Rinard Orchid Greenhouse.
Two weeks before the fall 2020 semester, Lacy Wood received a phone call from Ball State Athletics personnel telling her she would become the next head coach of Ball State Softball.
For folk lovers everything, 'These 13' speaks to the art. Bird’s exploratory pop mixes with Mathus’ traditional gospel to create an album that takes you on a journey. Though the makeup of the sound is simple — just a fiddle, guitar, and two voices — it is riveting. It’s a worthwhile listen on all fronts, production, lyrics, and especially in originality.
At its hybrid in-person and Zoom meeting March 17, Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) voted on a resolution and budget request.
Before March 2020, the definition of “normal” was completely different. The gravity of the coronavirus pandemic was unknown, Zoom calls weren’t a thought and “face mask” was a football term. In the last year, millions of people in the United States have been infected by the virus, and hundreds of thousands have died. Now, there is hope for a return to normalcy.
Indiana marked the anniversary of its first confirmed COVID-19 death March 16, 2021. The coronavirus is still spreading across the world, country and state. With the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) approval of three COVID-19 vaccines, there is hope for herd immunity later this year. Here's a look at some significant coronavirus events on and off Ball State's campus from March 2020 through today.
As with most pop hits, ‘Spaceman’ is littered with love ballads and verses of sweet, intimate vocals. In that sense, there’s a lack of originality in the album, but that’s the only sagging element here. Every track is fast-paced and fun with no time for sad, melancholy which is another reason the album is worth a listen. With a tracklisting as well-rounded as presented, it’ll be difficult for the artist to top this music oasis with future releases. If you happen to pass by the physical copy, it’s worth the purchase.
Despite losing four straight matches, Ball State Women’s Volleyball ended its losing streak with a 3-0 sweep of Miami (Ohio).
It was records aplenty for Ball State Women's Golf Monday and Tuesday. The Cardinals set multiple school records and individual bests in their sixth-place finish at the Spring Break Shootout, hosted by Florida Gulf Coast University.