BASEBALL: Comeback keeps Ball State in first place

The Cardinals kept their MAC regular season championship hopes alive with an 8-7 victory in 10 innings Friday. Ball State (28-26, 19-7) came from behind twice to remain in first place.


BASEBALL: Ball State returns to action after finals break

The Cardinals travel to Kalamazoo, Mich. to take on the last-place Broncos at 3 p.m. Friday. Ball State is tied for first place in the Mid-American Conference with the University of Toledo with just three weekends left before the conference tournament.


BASEBALL: Ball State drops another series finale

Ball State lost yet another series finale, snapping its five-game winning streak with a 10-5 loss to Eastern Michigan. Instead of being happy they had won six straight Mid-American Conference series for their best start to conference play since 2005, the Cardinals focused on their missed opportunity.


MEN'S GOLF: Cardinals finish eighth at MAC Championships

The Cardinals carded a combined score of 1222 in the four-round event, 10 strokes ahead of last place Bowling Green State University and three strokes behind seventh-place University of Toledo (1219). Kent State University won the MAC Championship with an 1151.


MEN'S BASKETBALL: Myron Green arrested for DWI, minor consumption

Ball State University freshman Myron Green was arrested early Saturday morning by Indiana State Police and has been preliminarily charged with two misdemeanors – driving while intoxicated and minor consumption – officials at the Delaware County Jail confirmed Sunday morning.


TRACK: Cards eye personal records in Indiana State meet

In last week's practices, coach Randy Heisler had his runners and throwers focus on one event instead of multiple. That approach resulted in positive results at the Stan Lyons Invitational in Indianapolis, including several lifetime bests. When Ball State travels to Terre Haute, it will be more of the same — shifting all focus to one event.


SOFTBALL: Milian becomes BSU's all-time wins leader in romp at Western Michigan

Pitcher Elizabeth Milian allowed just three hits and three walks while striking out eight in five innings of work. The Cardinals (35-13, 13-4 Mid-American Conference), meanwhile, went scoreless in the first inning before busting out with eight runs in the second frame, giving Milian more than enough run support to cruise to the victory.

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