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Head Coach Adrian Wheatly coaches one of the cross country runners Oct. 30, 2021 at the MAC Championship in Ypsilanti, Mich. Ball State Athletics, Photo Provided
ROAD WARRIORS

Ball State cross country is preparing for yet another road meet, this time the Mid-American Conference Championships

“[When] we’re looking at scheduling and things of that nature, you are competing against other, more established meets that are on the schedule,” Wheatley said. “Our sport is a little different from other sports, again, it’s you’re at the mercy of what’s going on that weekend, and we have come up against a couple weekends where there are some established meets that attract other teams.”


Cardinals fifth-year safety Bryce Cosby looks over lineman Oct. 23, 2021, at Scheumann Stadium. The Cardinals lost the Redbird Rivalry 24-17. Jacob Musselman, DN
FOOTBALL

A Homecoming Welcome

The Cardinals host Eastern Michigan in the 2022 homecoming game with both sides coming into the matchup 4-3 overall. Ball State played a comeback role in the last three games, defeating Northern Illinois in overtime, beating Central Michigan 17-16 after trailing most of the game and most recently knocking off UConn with a shutout in the second half after being behind 21-10 at halftime.


FOOTBALL

'Cardiac Cardinals' strike again

That ‘Cardiac Cardinals’ moniker popped in and out of conversations from fans as they left Scheumann Stadium. It could be heard around the team facility as players and coaches filtered out as if emphasizing the idea that this team would hang around until the bitter end.



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A flower on display at UCLA's Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden May 8. Because the garden is frost-free, it can accommodate tropical and sub-tropical plants, including special collections of ferns, palms, eucalyptus and figs. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A flower on display at UCLA's Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden May 8. Because the garden is frost-free, it can accommodate tropical and sub-tropical plants, including special collections of ferns, palms, eucalyptus and figs. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog standing by its owners during a picnic at the UCLA campus May 8. Dogs with their owners are popularly seen around the campus on the weekends. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog standing by its owners during a picnic at the UCLA campus May 8. Dogs with their owners are popularly seen around the campus on the weekends. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog drinking water from its owner at the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden in Los Angeles May 8. Dogs are allowed in the garden but are asked to remain on a leash. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog drinking water from its owner at the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden in Los Angeles May 8. Dogs are allowed in the garden but are asked to remain on a leash. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog enjoying the weather at a picnic with its owners at the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden in Los Angeles May 8. The garden spans more than five acres and houses over 70 sculptures. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog enjoying the weather at a picnic with its owners at the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden in Los Angeles May 8. The garden spans more than five acres and houses over 70 sculptures. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog walking with its owner on the UCLA campus May 8. The Los Angeles campus is a popular destination for locals to walk and exercise. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog walking with its owner on the UCLA campus May 8. The Los Angeles campus is a popular destination for locals to walk and exercise. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog walking with its owner on the UCLA campus May 8. The Los Angeles campus is a popular destination for locals to walk and exercise. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog walking with its owner on the UCLA campus May 8. The Los Angeles campus is a popular destination for locals to walk and exercise. Daniel Kehn, DN


An engraved message on a bamboo stump in the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden at UCLA May 8. Despite the messages on the bamboo trees, the garden discourages disrupting the natural elements of the space. Daniel Kehn, DN
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An engraved message on a bamboo stump in the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden at UCLA May 8. Despite the messages on the bamboo trees, the garden discourages disrupting the natural elements of the space. Daniel Kehn, DN


A squirrel finding snacks in a trashcan on the UCLA campus May 8. Wildlife like squirrels, geese, ducks and pigeons can be spotted all over the Los Angeles campus. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A squirrel finding snacks in a trashcan on the UCLA campus May 8. Wildlife like squirrels, geese, ducks and pigeons can be spotted all over the Los Angeles campus. Daniel Kehn, DN


Three turtles sunbathing in the creek at UCLA's Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden. The seven-acre property was opened in 1919 in Westwood, Los Angeles. Daniel Kehn, DN
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Three turtles sunbathing in the creek at UCLA's Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden. The seven-acre property was opened in 1919 in Westwood, Los Angeles. Daniel Kehn, DN

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