The Ball State women’s volleyball team added another victory to its opening weekend of Mid-American Conference play with a 3-2 (25-20, 14-25, 25-15, 20-25, 15-11) win over Eastern Michigan.
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The Ball State women's volleyball team closed out the fifth set on a 4-0 run to defeat the Central Michigan Chippewas three sets to two (28-26, 25-21, 23-25, 21-25, 15-11).
This weekend, football hits the road for its final non-conference game, while soccer, volleyball and field hockey each begin Mid-American Conference play.
Ball State women's volleyball turns its attention to Mid-American Conference play this weekend after finishing its non-conference schedule with a 4-10 record.Head coach Kelli Miller would like to continue to see her team improve--the Cardinals have won three of their last four after an 0-9 start to the season."I think we’re starting to get some momentum and develop some chemistry with our players," she said. "We’re not necessarily just viewing it as wins and losses, but are trying to keep the same goals and process so we can keep getting better every day.”Miller said sophomore outside hitter Brooklyn Goodsel and freshman libero Kate Avila are two players that have remained consistent.“I need them to continue to play well," Miller said. "The biggest thing we’ve improved in the past couple of weeks is our consistency.
Ball State women’s volleyball took home both Mid-American Conference West Offensive and Defensive player of the Week awards.
Ball State Field hockey (4-4) went 0-2 this weekend in Iowa City, Iowa, losing against No. 15 Iowa (6-2), 1-4, and No. 4 Penn State (8-0), 0-7.The Cardinals got off to a good start against Iowa, taking the lead in the first half, 1-0, via a goal by senior midfielder Mikayla Mooney, her third of the season.
In the final match of the two-day Active Ankle Challenge, Ball State women’s volleyball (4-10) fell to the No. 19 Ohio State Buckeyes (10-2) in three sets (25-21, 25-17,25-14) Sept. 17.
The Ball State women’s volleyball team continued play in the 2016 Active Ankle Challenge this evening at Worthern Arena.
The Ball State women's volleyball team started off strong and finished even stronger in a five-set victory (25-12, 21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 15-11) over the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Most Ball State athletics teams spent the last couple weeks on the road, but Family Weekend will feature home games from football, women's volleyball and soccer. Cross country and field hockey, however, will hit the road again.
Consistency will be the goal for women's volleyball when the Cardinals (2-9) host the Active Ankle Challenge Sept. 16 and 17.Head coach Kelli Miller said it's the reason why the Cardinals lost their first nine games.“One match will look great, and one will be very average," she said. "This is one thing we have been consistently talking about. We need to keep a consistent level of play and consistent energy so that we don’t have to hope that things happen — we want to know that we can make things happen."Miller said the Cardinals displayed that improved consistency last weekend, when Ball State won its first two matches of the season against Morehead State and Appalachian State.“It was nice to finally get the monkey off our back and be able to finally get a win," she said.
Several Ball State sports teams are back in action this weekend, and they will all be competing in road games.
Ball State women's volleyball is still searching for its first win of the season after losing to Butler in straight sets (25-18, 25-17, 25-21).The Cardinals are now 0-8 on the season.
Labor Day weekend meant long road trips for Ball State athletics.Football went down to Georgia and beat Georgia State 31-21 in its season opener. Cross country finished third in the Butler Open in Carmel. Field hockey split its games in Louisville, soccer dropped two games in its California road trip and women's volleyball fell to 0-7 on the season.
Ball State’s football and cross country teams will make their season debuts this weekend, while the field hockey, soccer and volleyball teams continue their seasons on the road.
Ball State women’s volleyball dropped its first home opener since 2008 after falling to in-state rival IUPUI 3-1 (25-23, 15-25, 25-21, 25-16). The Cardinals (0-4) struggled to find defensive consistency against the Jaguars (2-2), said head coach Kelli Miller.
In-state bragging rights will be on the line Aug. 31 when Ball State women’s volleyball hosts IUPUI in its home opener.
The Ball State women's volleyball team has some extra incentive to pick up its first win on Aug. 31.
With just one senior on its roster in 2016, Ball State volleyball opened its season with three losses in the Fort Wayne Invitational held at IPFW.Head coach Kelli Miller said the young team will need to grow during the non-conference portion of its schedule.“They just have to learn and get better every day,” she said.