Men's Basketball Last Updated 6 hours ago

Ball State beaten by Duquesne buzzer-beater

Jaylin Sellers takes the handoff and goes straight to the basket for a layup plus the foul. He drains the free throw to give Ball State Men's Basketball a two-point lead with 12 seconds to go. Duquesne makes its way up the court, scrambling to either tie or win the game. Ball State defends their matchups well until Tre Clark III gets the ball on the left wing. He dribbles and shot fakes, but Jarron Coleman doesn’t bite. It doesn’t matter. He shoots it anyway. The buzzer sounds and the basket is good. The Dukes win, 78-77. 

Football Last Updated 10 hours ago

BREAKING: Carson Steele enters the transfer portal

"I want to thank Ball State for taking a chance on me when no one else believed in me," Steele said. "The coaches, players and staff have been more than great to me for the last two years and I'm so thankful for the friendships that I have made and I will cherish them forever."

Delaware County High School Boys Basketball Last Updated 13 hours ago

Cowan defeats Tri-Central 84-71

The second quarter was not much different with both teams scoring 17 points a piece. Groves talked about the shooting performances from the two schools. “I thought both teams were going to reach 100 [points],” he said. “They shot lights out and we shot pretty decent in the first half.” But after halftime, the Blackhawks stepped on the gas pedal and did not look back. They scored 29 points in the fourth quarter, 15 more points than the Trojans. Junior guard Timmy Watson was instrumental in the comeback.

Women's Volleyball 12/1/2022, 11:12pm

Cardinals' season comes to a close in loss to Marquette

After 32 games, a regular season championship, an appearance in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) tournament championship  and an appearance in the NCAAtournament, it is over. Ball State was swept in straight sets by the no. 4 seed in the Texas Quarter of the bracket, Marquette University. 

Athletic Director Process 12/1/2022, 2:00pm

Ball State's process for finding a new athletic director

$26,942,849. That’s Ball State University’s Athletic Department budget. The next Ball State Athletic Director will be in charge of $26,942,849. With Beth Goetz leaving for Iowa, Ball State University officials are now in the process of searching for the next athletic director to lead the department. 

Delaware County High School Boys Basketball 11/30/2022, 11:52pm

Muncie Central Defeats Guerin Catholic 55-47

Muncie Central led Guerin Catholic by eleven points going into the fourth quarter. But after multiple baskets, including a fast-break slam dunk, they found themselves only up one with 2:19 remaining. After a back-and-forth minute, the Bearcats used their ability to drive in and draw fouls. 

Football 11/29/2022, 4:20pm

John Paddock set to leave Ball State Football

The redshirt junior has one year remaining of NCAA eligibility and started for the Cardinals this season as they went 5-7 and missed out on bowl eligibility. Paddock threw for 2,713 yards, 18 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in his first year as the starting quarterback for Ball State.

Women's Basketball 11/26/2022, 8:50pm

Cardinals defeat Cougars in last game of road trip

Following the moment, Becki was booed every time she had the ball, but she did not let that impact her play. With the clock winding down in the fourth quarter, she tear-dropped a layup off the glass to put the Cardinals (4-2) up five and sealed the victory with a score of 61-56.

Men's Basketball 11/25/2022, 8:07pm

Ball State Men's Basketball falls to Vermont in their first game in the Bahamas

On the island filled with majestic turquoise water, plush pink sand, and nothing short of pure paradise, the Cardinals look to get a win in their first game of a three-day tournament hosted in Nassau, Bahamas. Ball State fell to Vermont 73-78  in the first game of the Baha Mar Hoops Nassau Championship Tournament set in the Baha Mar Convention Center in Nassau, Bahamas. 

Nike's Unethical Past 11/23/2022, 5:00pm

GOINS: Kyrie and Nike are both ethical disasters

Following Brooklyn Nets star point guard Kyrie Irving’s incident where he shared a link on Twitter promoting an Anti-Semitic documentary, Celtics star Jaylen Brown voiced his opinion on Nike. “Since when did Nike care about ethics?” Brown said in a tweet replying back to Nike’s founder Phil Knights' comments on Kyrie.