Ball State gymnastics sent two gymnasts to the NCAA Central Regional in Columbus on Saturday. Freshman Tia Kaiku was a specialist on floor.
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This is the first time since 2016 that the Cardinals have sent an individual specialist to a Regional competition.
While team competition may have concluded, two Ball State gymnasts have been selected to compete in the NCAA Central Regional.
An early slip on bars would haunt the Cardinals for the rest of the meet as they would finish in seventh place.
Ball State gymnastics is looking for redemption this weekend at the Mid-American Conference Championships at Central Michigan.
Rolling off some late momentum as the season nears its end, Ball State gymnastics closed out the regular season at Central Michigan.
The Cardinals are looking to stay on the rise and maintain consistency by treating their last meet of the regular season like any other.
Ball State's finish today was its third-highest finish of the season and its highest finish since early February vs. Bowling Green.
Closing up its home stand for the 2018 season, Ball State looked to build momentum going into the Mid-American Conference Championships as it took on Eastern Michigan.
As it continues to get deeper into Mid-American Conference competition, Ball State gymnastics (9-6, 3-1 MAC) traveled west to take on Northern Illinois (6-9, 2-2 MAC), where they were defeated 195.375-195.200.
Everything that happened in Ball State sports over the weekend, all in one place.
Facing its tightest competition of the season, Ball State gymnastics traveled to Iowa City to take on the Iowa Hawkeyes.
After a busy weekend at home, the Cardinals are looking to stay focused going into an even bigger meet.
There was an extra member on the Ball State gymnastics' team during its come-from-behind victory over Bowling Green. From the team huddle to the Cardinals comeback performance on the floor event, 6-year-old Halleigh Lynn Chitwood stood close by.
With spring sports starting up and winter sports moving deeper into conference play, it's hard to keep track of everything that's going on in Ball State athletics. Here's everything that happened the weekend of Feb. 9-11 for Ball State's athletic teams.
After Friday night's Royal Ball in downtown Muncie, the Ball State gymnastics team (9-4, 3-0 MAC) regained focus as it faced Bowling Green (3-5, 1-2 MAC). The Cardinals defeated the Falcons last weekend, 195.000-194.275, in the Denver Quad.
Coming off of an upset finish against No. 21 BYU last weekend, the Ball State Gymnastics team returns home for its second of three home meets this season against Bowling Green.
After a short stint at home, Ball State Gymnastics (8-4, 2-0 MAC) was back on the road to take on No. 11 Denver, No. 18 BYU and Bowling Green.
After three straight weeks on the road to start the season, Ball State gymnastics (6-3, 1-0 MAC) returned home for the first time this season to take on No. 20 Kent State (2-1, 1-1 MAC). The Cardinals were looking to rally after major improvements on three of four events last weekend.
Ball State women's gymnastics team competed against Kent State Jan. 28 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals won 195.600-193.600.