MEN'S TENNIS: Pavia garners weekly MAC award

Pavia has also excelled as the Cardinals' No. 1 singles player; he defeated Butler University's Ben Raynauld in a barnburner, 6-7 (5), 6-4 (14-12), Saturday at the Cardinal Creek Tennis Center. In all this season, Pavia is 11-2 at both No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles.


DN Weekly Awards

Each week, The Ball State Daily News sports staff picks its PPQ — the player, play and quote of the week. And, with the help of our online readers, the weekly fan choice is also featured. To vote in next week's poll, be sure to visit Monday's online edition of The Ball State Daily News.


SOFTBALL: Ball State sweeps doubleheader on road at Dayton

The Ball State University softball team kept on rolling Wednesday evening, taking care of business with a doubleheader sweep at the University of Dayton. With the win, the Cardinals improve to 19-6 and have now won 17 of their last 19 games.


SOFTBALL: Ball State, Milian earn another shutout

The Cardinals' first game of the day against Eastern Michigan was canceled due to snowy weather conditions. Ball State and Northern Colorado, however, were able to play their game indoors within Devine Pavilion.


WOMEN'S GOLF: Cardinals head to Georgia for tournament

Ball State coach Katherine Mowat said that simply getting an invite to the tournament in Stockbridge, Ga., was an honor. Host Georgia State University, Arkansas State University, University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Xavier University are among the teams that will be competing in the tournament.


GYMNASTICS: Upon further review, Ball State defeats Eastern Michigan

At the end of the meet, a judges' review found that Ball State's Christa Greinke's floor score had been undervalued, raising it by 0.05 and giving the Cardinals the lead. Eastern Michigan also put in two score appeals, but they did not change the Eagles' score, giving the win to Ball State.

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