Podcast: Sports Link Stories (September)
Ball State Sports Link, the nation’s first sports media and production program, will premiere its new monthly studio show Sept. 29 at 6:30 p.m. Sports…
Jenness Ready To Hit Stride For Ball State Volleyball
These expected performances and consistent tremendous play are not realistic and no one knows that better than Ball State men’s volleyball player Kaleb Jenness.
More Than Madness: 21 NCAA Championships
Sports Link continues its 11-year partnership with the NCAA Digital and Social team, as 21 NCAA Championships are on tap.
What We Learned About Sports In A Year
For better or worse, American intercollegiate and professional sports have a culture that transcends the practices of the rest of the country.
SportsCenter Presents: 2020 – Heroes, History and Hope
In a three-hour, prime-time event, ESPN will use the lens of sports to look back at the events of the past year and look ahead to the future with SportsCenter Presents: 2020 – Heroes, History and Hope.
Sports Link Opens Expanded Facility
Students enrolled in Ball State University’s nationally renowned Sports Link program are now able to produce more original live programming as a result of major expansion.
Brandon Martin: Complete, Defensive Football
After being forced to miss most of last season with a devastating shoulder injury that required surgery, Martin returned to the gridiron better than ever.
Season-Opening Loss Decided In Final Seconds
In Ball State’s first game of the Mid-American Conference football season, the Miami Redhawks (1-0) defeated Ball State (0-1) by a score of 38-31 Wednesday evening at Yager Stadium.