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Ball State moves to 7th at NCAA regional
The Ball State men’s golf team moved up three spots on the leaderboard Friday with the third-best second round at the NCAA Pullman Regional.
The Cardinals posted a team score of 4-under-par 284, led by former Liberty Christian star Alex Stinson’s 69 at the par-72 Palouse Ridge Golf Club. With one round to play, they have positioned themselves for a run at one of the top-five spots and a trip to the NCAA Nationals.
Ravens ready to rumble with nation’s best
Everything about this wild and wonderful weekend will be brand new for the Anderson University softball team.
So why should the opposition be any different?
Clouser’s 68 paces Ball State in NCAA regional opener
Former Liberty Christian star Alex Stinson righted his round with a birdie on the 16th hole and an eagle on the 17th and fought for a 74.
Stinson, Cardinals step onto national stage
For the first time in 22 years, the Ball State men’s golf team will be making an appearance in the NCAA Regional, and Liberty Christian product Alex Stinson is one of big reasons.
Stinson, a senior, will be playing in the No. 2 slot for the Cardinals when they play Thursday in the regional at Pullman, Wash. BSU is seeded 10th among the 14 teams.
AU softball's flying high
In early April, the Anderson University softball team was scuffling along at 1-3 in league play and thinking positive thoughts about remaining in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference title race.
On Friday, the Ravens (31-16) will be one of just eight teams still alive in the NCAA Div. III national championship race.
George Bremer: Ravens’ win could take awhile to sink in
As the Anderson University softball team’s bus neared campus late Monday afternoon on its return trip from Angola, NCAA Div. III regional MVP Yardley Collett was checking her Twitter account.
There were messages of congratulations from Ravens baseball players and some of the softball team’s fans. And there were also heartfelt greetings from players and coaches around the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
Ravens on verge of World Series berth
The Anderson University softball team defeated Aurora University 4-3 and then knocked off Allegheny 16-4 in the first championship game of the NCAA Div. III Regional on Sunday in Angola.
The two victories forced a second championship game Monday at 10 a.m. The winner will advance to the NCAA Div. III World Series this weekend in Eau Claire, Wis.
AU softball wins pair to remain alive
For the second time in three days, the Anderson University softball team knocked off top-seeded and No. 2 ranked Trine University 10-6 in the NCAA Div. III Regional on Saturday.
The eighth seeded Ravens also defeated the hosts 5-1 in the first game of the tournament on Thursday.
Ravens turn back No. 2 Trine
Greenfield freshman Sami Frazier limited the No. 2-ranked team in the country to three hits as Anderson University defeated Trine 5-1 here Thursday.
The win moved the Ravens into the second round of the NCAA Division III Regional Tournament in Angola. AU will play at 2 p.m. today against Aurora.
Ravens dominate HCAC team
Anderson University’s Amy Wuestefeld has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player of the 2013 softball season and Sami Frazier was named the HCAC Pitcher of the Year as well as Freshman of the Year.
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