Ball State has a lot of work ahead of them to win the Mid-American Conference tournament at Ohio University.
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Ball State women's volleyball finished its regular season this past weekend, which set it up to be the sixth seed seed going into the Mid-American Conference tournament.
Ball State locked up a guaranteed seed in the Mid-American Conference women's volleyball tournament this weekend, even if it wasn't how they wanted to earn it.
Ball State fans are used to watching their quarterback, Riley Neal, on Saturday afternoons at Scheumann Stadium. Whether he’s breaking freshman passing records or carving up defenses with his feet, Neal has quickly become a fan favorite. But this Saturday, the Cardinal faithful have a chance to see another member of the Neal family shine in a different sport.
Ball State women's volleyball has dominated at home this season. Surrounded by friends, family and energetic crowds every time they step onto their court, the Cardinals can't help but play well at home.
For the first time in her career, fifth year senior Amanda Raker was named the Mid-American Conference West offensive player of the week.The middle attacker earned the award after hitting a career best two-match performance for hitting a combined .850 (18-1-20) against conference rivals Toledo and Buffalo over the weekend.During Thursdays sweep against Toledo, Raker had nine kills on all nine attempts, posting a perfect 1.000 attack percentage, making her the first to have a perfect attack percentage with at least seven attempts in the rally scoring era dating back to 2001.This was also the first time Raker hit above .500 in her entire career.
Ball State is one of the best women's volleyball team in the Mid-American Conference, playing well with its increased offensive attack.
Head men’s volleyball Coach Joel Walton and his team will travel to Los Angeles on March 7, 2016 where they will face off against 19-time NCAA champions UCLA. The two programs who have the most wins in NCAA history have agreed to the nonconference match up which will be the first time the teams will have seen each other since 2011.
After the best statistical weekend in her career, redshirt junior outside attacker, Mackenzie Kitchel was awarded with the Mid-American Conference West Division Player of the Week honors for the first time in her career.
After a five-game skid, Ball State volleyball has regained some very important momentum with two consecutive victories at home.
The Ball State men’s volleyball fall season will begin this Sunday, October 25 at the Lewis tournament located in Romeoville, Illinois.
Ball State women's volleyball has played through a lot of adversity this season with multiple key players sitting out at different times, leaving the Cardinals potentially vulnerable on the court. Even with so many inconsistencies, senior setter Jenna Spadafora has been consistent in her efforts.
The Ball State women's volleyball team took control of the Mid-American Conference West Division on Oct. 2, but failed to take advantage of it with a bad loss to Western Michigan on Oct. 3.
Ball State women's volleyball played strong in its first home game since mid-September, defeating Mid-American Conference rival Northern Illinois in three straight sets.
After seeing her play in club volleyball, Ball State head volleyball coach Steve Shondell knew Emily Holland wouldn't have a problem playing on a collegiate level.
The Ball State women's volleyball team started out Mid-American Conference play on the right foot with two wins this weekend.Neither win came easily, however, as Ball State won both matches — against Toledo and Akron — in five sets.
It seemed like Ball State was down and out early into its first Mid-American Conference match at Toledo, dropping the first seven points.The Cardinals went on to drop the first two sets, but fired back and ultimately came back to win the match 3-2 over the Rockets.
All season long, Ball State head women's volleyball coach Steve Shondell has focused on Mid-American Conference play and the postseason.After a 0-3 weekend at the Purdue Boiler Box Challenge, the Cardinals finished their non-conference schedule at 6-8. But for Shondell, the team is on the right track to start league play.
The Ball State women's volleyball team travels to West Lafayette for the Purdue Boiler Box Challenge this weekend. The Cardinals will take on in-state foes Notre Dame and Purdue on Sept. 18, as well as South Dakota.
After winning the first two sets, the Mastodons changed their serving strategy and forced the match into five sets. The Cardinals held on, however, and won the match 3-2 against their rivals Sept. 16 at Worthen Arena.