From baseball in Kentucky to the return of soccer in Muncie, senior day on the hardwood, and not to mention the men’s tennis team has now won 10 straight.
We’ve got it all covered in this week’s “Cardinals In The Crowd.”
The Ball State Women’s Soccer team is finally gearing up to kick off the 2021 season on Thursday, March 4.
As the baseball and softball teams both head to Illinois for busy weekends, two senior basketball players reach career milestones.
As the 2021 baseball season gets underway, veteran second basemen Noah Navarro understands the importance of his role as a leader.
The 6-foot-6, 170-pound junior out of Mount Pleasant (S.C.) Wando has been a star for the Cardinals since he first stepped on campus as a young freshman.
From upsets in Arizona to records being broke in the pool and gymnastics mat.
Here’s this week’s “Cardinals In The Crowd.”
Davis decided to forgo the additional year of eligibility offered by the NCAA and set his sights towards the highest level of football.
Six athletes are highlighted in this “Cardinals In The Crowd” as BSU competed in nine different sports last week.