Ball State women's tennis knew what it had to do this weekend against Akron, and did it. The team secured a bid to the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
In the final home match of the season, Ball State women’s tennis captured its second Mid-American Conference victory.
A tightly contested match came down to the wire, where junior Isabelle Dohanics came out on top to secure Ball State's first Mid-American Conference victory on the season.
Ball State women's tennis is seeking a Mid-American Conference Tournament bid in this weekend's play.
Sunday's defeat brings Ball State to an 8-9 record overall.
Ball State women’s tennis managed to get back into the win column, taking down the Northern Iowa Panthers, 7-0, at home.
Arguably one of the biggest gauges of success in sports, especially at the college level, is the development of the players.
The Mid-American Conference has never tested Ball State tennis in the way it has so far this season.
Ball State women's tennis (7-7, 0-2 MAC) closed out its weekend of Mid-American Conference play with another loss. The team lost a close match to Bowling Green (10-5, 2-0 MAC) Sunday afternoon, 4-3.
Ball State women's tennis opened up Mid-American Conference play Friday afternoon as it hosted Miami.