Since 1918, Ball State men's basketball has gone from a small athletic endeavor at a teachers college to a highly respected Division I program in the Mid-American Conference and the NCAA. On several occasions during the past two decades, the team has participated in post-season tournaments. Using over 200 images and insightful narrative, Ball State Men's Basketball, 1918-2003 examines the evolution of this popular program and focuses on the coaches, players, and traditions that played a part in the development of this American pastime in Indiana.
About the Author
C. Warren Vander Hill is the University Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies and professor of history at Ball State University. He has done extensive research and writing on Muncie as the nation's Middletown. Anthony O. Edmonds, professor of history at Ball State University, is co-author of Ball State University: An Interpretive History. Join these two scholars on this pictorial journey that looks at the individuals who built the men's basketball program at Ball State.