March Madness (noun): the time of the annual NCAA college basketball tournament, known for containing exciting games and upsets.
Its that time of the year again when productivity at offices across the country drop for a few days as employees stream the NCAA Tournament to their desktops. Minimizing the online stream as the boss wanders by the cubicle asking if they finally have the weekly report ready to send out.
Senior forward Nathalie Fontaine became Ball State’s all-time scoring leader in stunning fashion on the final play of the game. Relive the moment with Ball State Sports Link.
Ball State Women’s Basketball is set for senior night as they welcome fellow MAC West rival, Northern Illinois to Worthen Arena on Wednesday.
MAC West leaders, Ball State (18-7, 10-4 MAC) and Central Michigan (17-8, 11-3 MAC) are set to do battle from Mt. Pleasant, Michigan with the division lead at stake.
Ball State (16-7, 8-4 MAC) hits the road today looking to bounce back against MAC West division rival, Northern Illinois (10-13, 3-9 MAC). The Huskies have lost nine of its last 11 games entering today.
Tonight is a clash of the two best teams in the MAC West tonight at Worthen Arena. Coming off a come from behind victory at Buffalo on Saturday, the Ball State Cardinals (16-5, 8-2 MAC) are set to host the Central Michigan Chippewas (15-7, 9-2 MAC).
Just a few short days after dropping a heart breaker to the hands of the Ohio Bobcats, the Ball State women’s basketball team must move past the loss and forward to this Wednesday. The Cardinals welcome the Akron Zips to Worthen Arena for some midweek MACtion.
After a Ball State Women’s Basketball win on Saturday at Bowling Green, they have now won 10 of their last 12 games, including three straight. Head Coach Brady Sallee also wrapped up his 200th career victory with the 67-56 win on Saturday. Here’s three things to watch for against EMU.