Ball State men's volleyball (8-7) is on its first three-match win streak of the season after tonight's four-set victory over Quincy (26-24, 25-20, 23-25, 25-18).
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After briefly stopping at home to knock off a pair of top 10 teams last weekend, No. 14 Ball State men’s volleyball is back on the road for its next seven matches, starting with Quincy on Friday and Lindenwood on Saturday.
Ben Chinnici burst onto the scene with 16 kills in his first collegiate match, letting the volleyball world know that Ball State landed a big-time freshman.
Ball State was able to finish off a weekend of upsets with a statement win over No. 6 Loyola-Chicago.
After another close win, head coach Bill Richards said he has never seen this many close matches.
The Cardinals won 3-0 against Lewis University on Feb. 16 in John E. Worthen Arena. Their next home game is Feb. 17 against Loyola.
After being on the verge of upsetting multiple top 10 teams during their road trip, the Cardinals were able to put together a complete match in their return home.
The top 10 competition keeps coming for Ball State men’s volleyball this week with a pair of matches within Worthen Arena.
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After winning the opening set, Ball State was unable to find much of a rhythm on the way to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of McKendree.
The Cardinals played with the heart of a team that can compete with anyone in the nation but ultimately fell short in the final set.
Ball State’s match against No. 5 Ohio State will be the team’s fourth match against a top 10 opponent this season.
Ball State men’s volleyball needed to end the non-conference portion of its schedule on a high note. Mission accomplished.
Ball State men’s volleyball had an opportunity to earn a huge road win after overcoming a big deficit in the fourth set, but couldn’t capitalize on its momentum in the final game.
The key to Ball State finding more success on the offensive end will be the ability to keep its opponents guessing.
No. 14 Ball State men’s volleyball ended a weekend full of errors and inconsistency by losing its first match to an unranked opponent this season.
Ball State (4-3) fell to No. 12 Pepperdine (3-2) by a 3-1 margin Saturday. It seemed to be a match in which the Cardinals couldn’t get out of their own way, racking up 20 service errors and 24 attack errors while playing from behind for much of the match.
No. 14 Ball State men’s volleyball (4-2) will look to keep building on its current momentum after winning both of its matches last weekend as it sets out on its first road trip of the season this weekend, traveling to Fairfax, Virginia, to take on No. 12 Pepperdine on Saturday and George Mason on Sunday in the Uvaldo Acosta Invitational.
Ball State men’s volleyball’s Matt Walsh was named both Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Offensive Player of the Week and the Sports Imports/AVCA Player of the Week.
Ball State mens volleyball played Harvard on Jan. 20 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals won 3-1.