MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) -- Kyle Mallers drained eight treys to post a career-high 24 points as Ball State rolled past Howard 100-69 on Saturday.
Mallers attempted 10 shots, all from beyond the arc, as the Cardinals hit a school-record 21 of 37 shots from deep (56.8%).
Ball State plays Western Illinois at home on Tuesday. Howard looks for its first win against American on the road on Tuesday.
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