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Nathalie Fontaine’s Record Breaking Night

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.

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March Madness Survival Guide: The 2016 Stroud Awards!

Welcome to the 2016 Stroudys!!

In honor of the Academy Awards Sunday evening, it’s time for the March Madness Survival Guide to name it’s Stroudys, honoring the best in college basketball this season! And unlike the Oscars, which were named after some chick’s “Uncle Oscar” as the story goes, our name has history and meaning.

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@BallStateWBB host NIU for Senior Night

Ball State Women’s Basketball is set for senior night as they welcome fellow MAC West rival, Northern Illinois to Worthen Arena on Wednesday.

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@BallStateMBB: MAC West Title At Stake

By: Connor Onion | @Conion22 Play-by-play voice on SL Radio on WCRD Member of Ball State Sports Link For the second time this season Ball State…

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Ball Hogs: Wild Future Rule-Change Speculation

Steph Curry has been ridiculous this season, prompting comparisons to a video game cheat-code. But should the rules be changed because of it? The guys follow this tangent to its wild and wacky conclusion, speculating on the future of the NBA.

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Ball Hogs: The Best and Worst Nicknames in NBA History

On this Casual Friday edition of the Ball Hogs podcast, Matt and Ken honor the Oscars by hosting an award show for the greatest and worst nicknames in NBA history. From classics like “The Mailman” to unfortunate ones like “Eggs,” the NBA has seen it all. Nicknames are an important part of becoming an NBA legend, but they can go so wrong.

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The Hot Corner: Is Chicago big enough for two?

This week on The Hot Corner, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago joins the show to break down the offseason additions and look forward to this coming season for the other team in Chicago. The last time the Sox won the World Series was in 2005, but with the revamped roster, Chicago may have to be big enough for two baseball teams.

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Baseball Season Preview

Coming off a successful MAC Tournament run one year ago, Ball State Baseball begins the 2016 season with an NCAA Tournament berth in its sights.

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