Ball State Cardinals women's basketball

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Ball State Cardinals women's basketball
2018–19 Ball State Cardinals women's basketball team
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UniversityBall State University
Head coachBrady Sallee (7th season)
ConferenceMid-American
LocationMuncie, Indiana
ArenaWorthen Arena
(Capacity: 11,500)
NicknameCardinals
ColorsCardinal and White[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away


NCAA Tournament Second round
2009
NCAA Tournament Appearances
2009
Conference Tournament Champions
2009

The Ball State Cardinals women's basketball team represents the Ball State University in women's basketball. The school competes in the Mid-American Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Cardinals play home basketball games at Worthen Arena on the Ball State campus in Muncie, Indiana.

Season-by-season record[edit]

As of the 2016-17 season, the Cardinals have a 523-629 record, with a 273-322 record in the Mid-American Conference[2]. Ball State has won the Mid-American Conference Women's Basketball Tournament once, in 2009, while finishing as runner-up in 2002, 2003, 2007, and 2014. In their lone appearance in the Tournament, the Cardinals (ranked as a 12 seed) beat the 5th seeded Tennessee Lady Volunteers 71-55, the first ever loss for the Lady Vols in the first round. They lost in the second round to Iowa State 71-57. They have won the MAC West Division in 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2015 while finishing as regular season champions in 2002 and 2003. They have made eight appearances in the Women's National Invitation Tournament (2002, 2003, 2007, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017), with a WNIT Final 16 appearance in 2013 and a Second Round appearance in 2016. [3][4] On December 21, 2017, the Cardinals defeated Western Kentucky and remained undefeated in non-conference play for the first time in school history. [5]

Season Record Conference record Coach
1974-75 17-6 n/a Rosalie DiBrezzo
1975-76 13-6 n/a Rosalie DiBrezzo
1976-77 5-8 n/a Debbie Powers
1977-78 7-6 n/a Sue Tussey
1978-79 5-11 n/a Debbie Powers
1979-80 6-13 n/a Debbie Powers
1980-81 9-14 n/a Debbie Powers
1981-82 8-14 3-4 Debbie Powers
1982-83 7-17 5-13 Karen Fitzpatrick
1983-84 4-21 2-16 Karen Fitzpatrick
1984-85 6-21 4-14 Karen Fitzpatrick
1985-86 13-14 9-9 Marsha Reall
1986-87 4-23 2-14 Ethel Gregory
1987-88 6-21 4-12 Ethel Gregory
1988-89 12-15 7-9 Ethel Gregory
1989-90 17-11 9-7 Ethel Gregory
1990-91 7-20 3-13 Ethel Gregory
1991-92 5-22 3-13 Ethel Gregory
1992-93 3-23 3-15 Robyn Markey
1993-94 6-20 4-14 Robyn Markey
1994-95 7-18 3-15 Robyn Markey
1995-96 6-20 3-15 Robyn Markey
1996-97 13-13 11-7 Robyn Markey
1997-98 10-16 7-11 Robyn Markey
1998-99 9-17 6-10 Robyn Markey
1999-00 16-13 8-8 Brenda Oldfield
2000-01 19-9 11-5 Brenda Oldfield
2001-02 24-8 13-3 Tracy Roller
2002-03 21-10 12-4 Tracy Roller
2003-04 13-16 7-9 Tracy Roller
2004-05 16-13 11-5 Tracy Roller
2005-06 17-12 9-7 Tracy Roller
2006-07 24-7 13-3 Tracy Roller
2007-08 15-15 11-5 Tracy Roller (3-7) and Lisa McDonald (12-8)
2008-09 26-9 14-2 Kelly Packard
2009-10 14-17 7-9 Kelly Packard
2010-11 9-21 4-12 Kelly Packard
2011-12 9-21 4-12 Kelly Packard
2012-13 17-16 12-4 Brady Sallee
2013-14 18-17 9-9 Brady Sallee
2014-15 17-14 13-5 Brady Sallee
2015-16 22-10 13-5 Brady Sallee
2016-17 21-8 14-3 Brady Sallee
2017-18 25-7 13-5 Brady Sallee

Postseason appearances[edit]

NCAA Division I Tournament appearances[edit]

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
2009 #12 First Round
Second Round
#5 Tennessee
#4 Iowa State
W 71-55
L 57-71

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brand Colors - Ball State University". Retrieved May 23, 2017.
  2. ^ "2017-18 Digital Guide" (PDF). Ball State Sports. Ball State University. Retrieved 4 November 2018.
  3. ^ "Ball State Athletics" (PDF). Ballstatesports.com. Retrieved 2017-01-19.
  4. ^ "Worthen Arena Celebration". Ballstatesports.com. Retrieved 2017-01-19.
  5. ^ "WBB Makes History With Win Over WKU; Completes Non-Conference Play Undefeated". Ball State University Athletics.

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