At its last tournament of the fall season, Ball State Men’s Tennis traveled to Kalamazoo, Michigan for the MAC Indoor Championship. The pair of senior Tom Carney and sophomore Bryce Bonin qualified for the doubles championship and three players qualified for the singles final.
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In its final tournament of the fall season, Ball State Women's Tennis traveled to Kalamazoo, Michigan for the Bronco Challenge. The team had a strong finish with a combined singles and doubles record of 20-10.
Ball State Men’s Tennis sent four individuals to play in both doubles and singles action at the Black and Gold Invitational this past weekend.
Coming into the Louisville Invitational, Ball State Men’s Tennis freshman Danilo Kovacevic had only won one singles invite. This weekend, he was a singles champion once again.
Heading into the final weeks of the regular season, many Ball State Athletic teams are looking for big wins going into the conclusion of the fall season. Here’s what’s in store for this weekend.
Ball State Women’s Tennis traveled to Chattanooga, Tennessee, for the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Ohio Valley Regionals. Junior Rebecca Herrington and senior Sarah Swiderski stood out for the Cardinals.
Ball State students had an extended weekend for fall break, but Cardinal athletics were in full effect. In case you missed any sporting events, here’s a weekend recap.
With many students going home this weekend for fall break, a handful of Ball State sports teams will be on the road and at home. From Briner to Buffalo, here's what you can expect this weekend.
At the Purdue Invitational, junior Rebecca Herrington, senior Isabelle Dohanics and senior Audrey Berger represented Ball State Women’s Tennis placing in the top three in singles play.
Ball State Women's Tennis kicked off its 2018 fall season at the Hidden Dual this weekend. Alongside the Cardinals, Dayton, Detroit Mercy and Murray State competed in the dual.
The 2018 fall season begins this weekend for the Ball State Women’s Tennis at the Hidden Dual tournament.
Though the program began in the 1977-78 season, 2016 and 2017 were the best seasons on record for Ball State women's tennis.
In the first round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament, Ball State men’s tennis was unable to pick up a win against the No. 1 seed Western Michigan Broncos.
Ball State women's tennis knew what it had to do this weekend against Akron, and did it. The team secured a bid to the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Ball State men's tennis has a crucial weekend of play ahead of it. Entering Saturday's contest, the Cardinals (13-9, 2-3 MAC) sit in fourth place in the Mid-American Conference standings.
After leaving the blue hallways of Greensburg High School in 2014, Collin Rigney knew he wanted to be a teacher.
Ball State men’s tennis (13-9) traveled to South Bend to face No. 28 Notre Dame on Sunday. The Cardinals failed to win a match as the Fighting Irish won 7-0. Ball State struggled against Notre Dame's high level of play indoors.
In the final home match of the season, Ball State women’s tennis captured its second Mid-American Conference victory.
On the road again for its last non-conference match, Ball State men’s tennis will square off against No. 28 Notre Dame.
A tightly contested match came down to the wire, where junior Isabelle Dohanics came out on top to secure Ball State's first Mid-American Conference victory on the season.