Head coach Steve Shondell watches as Ball State battles to win the fifth set against Eastern Michigan. DN PHOTO SAMANTHA BRAMMER
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Three players sign National Letters of Intent
The Ball State women’s volleyball team announced the signing of three players to National Letters of Intent.
Ellie Dunn, Emily Holland and Brooklyn Goodsel will each join Ball State in 2015.
Dunn finished her playing career at Kaneland High School in Sugar Grove, Ill., as a three-time All-Northern Big 12 Conference choice. She led her team in kills all three seasons she played.
Holland played four years at Madison Consolidated High School in Madison, Ind., and was a three-time First Team All-Hoosier Hills Conference selection. She posted 400 kills her senior season, and her class finished as the most successful in program history.
Goodsel’s father coached her as she played four years at Corry Area High School in Corry, Pa. She was an Under Armour First Team All-American as a senior. Goodsel is the program’s all-time leader in kills with 1,505.
Ball State continues its 2014 season on Saturday as the No. 4 seed in the Mid-American Conference Tournament.