In her first three seasons as a Cardinal, Hosbach competed in three events, but that all changed with an injury as a junior.
Ball State Sports Link's Emily Barker and Andrew Adam Bultemeier have this feature on Hosbach's return.
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Driven, the Emmy award-winning sports magazine show produced by the nation's only fully immersive sports media production program, Ball State Sports Link, airs multiple times monthly on WIPB-TV, Comcast Indiana and Fox College Sports.
For the 2013-14 season, Driven is exclusively presented by Stoops Automotive.
Episode #5 features stories on women's basketball's Jill Morrison, men's basketball's Quinten Payne, gymnast Angie Hosbach, as well as going behind-the-scenes of Sports Link's live broadcasts.
The monthly program is Ball State's only sports magazine show covering all sports. The show prides itself on telling the best stories from Ball State athletics.
The show was awarded the state's best video magazine show by the Indiana Association of School Broadcasters in 2013, plus was awarded a student Emmy for best magazine show in 2013.
Produced in 2013 by senior Emily Barker and junior Luke Martin. The show is hosted by senior Zach Hughes with freshman Connor Onion.
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