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Three Ball State gymnasts qualified as alternates for the NCAA Regional in Urbana-Champaign on April 1
The Ball State Gymnastics team (6-11, 3-5 MAC) looked to gain redemption at the MAC championships after taking second at last season.
After a successful Spring Break in which the Ball State gymnastics team (6-10, 3-4 MAC) saw five season high scores and a school record, the team will head off to Bowling Green to compete in the Mid-American Conference Championships.
The Ball State gymnastics team looked to stay hot in their final meet before the MAC Championship against Kent State.
Ball State gymnastics (6-9, 3-3 MAC) won its first meet in almost a month against Western Michigan (3-4, 2-4 MAC) and Illinois- Chicago (2-8, 1-1 MAC).
The Ball State Gymnastics team took the floor in their final home meet of the season against Western Michigan.
While their last meet was a loss, there were more positives than negatives the team looks to work off of.
Ball State gymnastics team (4-8, 2-2 MAC) continued their MAC road trip taking on Eastern Michigan (8-3, 4-1 MAC). While the team saw a 0.600-point improvement since last meet, the Cardinals fell to the Eagles, 195.950-194.225.
After a rough finish last week, the Ball State women’s gymnastics team looks to stay strong, on the road, as they take on Eastern Michigan.
The Ball State gymnastics team suffered their first conference loss to Bowling Green 195.425-194.950.
Coming off a win against Central Michigan, the Ball State gymnastics team (4-6, 2-0) looks to stay undefeated in the MAC as the face Bowling Green.
Magic filled the air Friday night at the Horizon Convention Center in downtown Muncie as the Ball State gymnastics team hosted its fifth annual Royal Princess Ball.
The team's finishing score was the highest this season, surpassing its old season high by 0.475 points.
Ball State gymnastics looks to get back in the win column against MAC rival Central Michigan Sunday.
Ball State gymnastics headed out to Washington, D.C. for a quad meet against No. 16 George Washington, New Hampshire and Towson Feb. 5, but finished fourth.
After a close loss at home to No. 10 Kentucky, The Ball State Gymnastics team will head on the road again to take on No. 16 George Washington and New Hampshire.
She was the first Cardinal to compete in the NCAA Championships, making it as an individual in 1996 and 1997 and won two individual Mid-American Conference championships. Her maiden name, Sarah Mikrut, appears in the Ball State record book 18 times, including the only perfect 10, scored on the vault, in program history.
Head coach Joanna Saleem said the close scores throughout the meet showed that the Cardinals can hang with some of the top teams in the NCAA.
Ball State gymnastics returned home Jan. 29 to take on No. 6 Kentucky.