As the Ball State women's tennis season ended in heartbreak yesterday in the Mid-American Conference semifinal to Miami, head coach Max Norris said his team had lapses and let their emotions get the best of them. He said he couldn’t ask much more from his team this year after winning back-to-back MAC regular-season championships.
The Cardinals could not get their fairy-tale ending today, as they were knocked out of the MAC tournament by Miami.
Blanco makes it into the all-MAC first team whereas Gollhofer has a place in the second team.
The Cardinals go into this weekend’s event as top seed thanks to their MAC regular season championship victory.
Whether it's been indoors at the Northwest YMCA or out in the sun at the Cardinal Creek Tennis Center, the Ball State women’s tennis team has made Muncie home for success this season.
Ball State women's tennis proved yesterday why it was voted Female Team of the Year at the Chirpies by beating Akron 4-3 and winning back-to-back Mid-American Conference regular season championship titles.
The Mid-American Conference regular season title will be decided this Saturday afternoon in Muncie as the top two conference teams face off in the final match of the regular season.
Emily Feeney Miles attends countless South Carolina men's basketball games. But April 1 was different.
As the matches get tougher toward the end of the season, Ball State passed another test in the MAC by beating the Miami Redhawks this afternoon.
In their last away game of the MAC season, the award-winning Cardinals travel to Miami, Ohio to face the Miami Redhawks.