Ball State had four sports in action over the weekend including personal bests on the track and doubles wins on the tennis court. Here's what you may have missed in Cardinal athletics.
Upperclass talent shined to give Ball State Gymnastics its first win of the season in the team's home opener at Worthen Arena on Sunday.
Known for driving to the basket and mid-range jump shots, Ball State's redshirt junior guard K.J. Walton dropped a career-best 26 points on Saturday afternoon in the Cardinals' 83-80 loss to Kent State. In addition to his high scoring effort, Walton was able to break four other career bests in playing time and at the line against the Flashes.
Although Ball State Gymnastics marked a season-best 48.725 in the vault, it was not enough to top Eastern Michigan falling to the Eagles, 194.125-192.875.
Kevin Frye competed as a member of the USA Dodgeball National Team a year ago. Now, as a junior at Ball State, he is the one responsible for introducing club dodgeball to the university.