After winning the 2022 Mid-American Conference regular season championship, Ball State Women’s Tennis (19-4, 9-2 MAC) hosted the MAC Tournament as the no. 1 seed April 30 and May 1.
Senior student-athletes Faith Hensley and Emma Cunningham reflect on their past experiences as they look to their futures.
After their doubleheader was pushed back from Saturday to Sunday due to weather concerns, Ball State Softball (13-21, 6-5 MAC) wrapped up a three-game series against Mid-American Conference (MAC) rival Ohio (15-18, 9-5 MAC) April 11 with a walk-off home run from sophomore infielder Kayla Lissy in the bottom of the seventh inning.
With just under a month left before the Mid-American Conference Tournament, Ball State Softball (12-19, 5-3 MAC) went 2-1 in a midweek series against Northern Illinois (9-17, 3-8 MAC) to put them in fourth place in the MAC.
Ranieri led the Cardinals on the scorecard after the third and final day and finished in a tie for 49th place. His eagle on the 18th hole helped him finish at five-over-par.
The Cardinals earned the first points of the match by winning two of the three doubles matches, but fell to Eastern Michigan 4-3 April 1. Here are three takeaways from Ball State's loss.
In the series opener, the Cardinals didn't score a run in the first six innings while the Chippewas scored three runs in that span. Ball State’s drought was ended by a three-run home run hit by senior outfielder Faith Hensley in the seventh inning to tie the score at three runs apiece.