The women’s team faced Indiana State, and the men having no opponent, instead raced each other in an intersquad event. The women were able to take the win, 159-141.
Ball State’s swimming and diving teams had been out of action for over a month. Despite the long layoff, there were minimal signs of rust, as the Cardinals beat Mid-American Conference rival Toledo, 194-104.
The Ball State swimming and diving teams returned from their midseason break to their biggest test to date: the 26th annual Miami Invitational in Oxford, Ohio. The teams set many personal bests, as both men and women finished in third place.
At one point, the Cardinals were shooting below 10 percent from the field. The Leathernecks, on the other hand, were putting points on the board, shooting 55 percent from behind the arc.
Watching the Steelers and Browns scuffle at the end of their matchup Thursday night left me with just one question about the sports I love so dearly: Is sportsmanship dead? The answer, unfortunately, is yes.