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Ball State basketball continued its string of losses Wednesday this time at the hands of a big, defensive Valparaiso team that won 69-50. Senior forward Tyler Koch said the team literally "lost its identify" as it failed to execute on all fronts,
The Ball State men's basketball team hung around for much of the night despite its worst shooting performance of the season, but Cleveland State pulled away down the stretch for a 78-55 victory Saturday at the Wolstein Center. Chris Bond led the
McCallie wasn't worried when her team struggled early against Central Michigan. She knew that the second-ranked Blue Devils would eventually get going. Today 3:00 am Butlers upset bid falls short Butler came up just short in its upset bid against No.
00 am Published: November 29, 2013 3:00 a.m. History rides shotgun this Black Friday, as Ball State entertains winless Miami (Ohio) on Senior Day at Scheumann Stadium...It could be no other way for a man who keeps a shrine of sorts to Winston
Five Ball State players scored in double figures Wednesday night, but the Cardinals fell to Utah, 88-69, at the Huntsman Center. Zavier Turned led Ball State (2-3) with 15 points, all in the second half, while Majok Majok recorded his third
Delon Wright put his stamp on both ends of the court, scoring 23 points on 9-of-11 shooting, dishing out seven assists and grabbing five steals to lead Utah to an 88-69 victory over Ball State on Wednesday night. Princeton Onwas added 13 points and
Elijah Brown scored nine points in a 16-2 run and Khyle Marshall finished with 14 points to help Butler rally for a 59-58 victory at Ball State...In the first half, they shot 30 percent from the field and had nearly twice as many turnovers (seven) as
FREE PRESS REPORT MUNCIE, INDIANA (SPORTS) - Ball State will face a tough challenge in Southeast Missouri State Monday as the Redhawks stomped on IUPUI Saturday afternoon. In the last minute, Tyler Stone made seven points to beat IUPUI 76-68.
Three weeks ago, Northern Illinois opened the Chessick Practice Center, a $9.5 million state-of-the-art indoor facility with a full-size turf field that will help its football team cope with Midwestern winters and further its rise from an anonymous
I was taken to task recently by someone I respect for not being known around town...Does it seem odd to anyone other than me that The Star Press doesn't have a publisher anymore? They have a few editors and a "General manager/Advertising director,"