With Ball State’s postseason chances possibly on the line, someone had to jump start the Cardinals after the team faced match point in the fifth set 14-12 against Toledo.
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Jaclyn Fullove may have been told it was possible, but she never expected it.
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When it happened, nothing else could be heard. No volleyballs being hit back and forth across the net in practice. No players diving to dig a kill attempt.
So far in 2012, Ball State (9-10) has faced a perfect storm of bad luck.
Every time Ball State finally sees the light at the end of the tunnel, a frustrating performance forces a setback.
Ball State has struggled in close matches all season long, and Central Michigan was guaranteed to be a nail-biter.
As Ball State's goals evolve to the Mid-American Conference schedule, errors have still been an issue on the road.
When Ball State and other top Mid-American Conference women's volleyball programs beefed by their non-conference schedule in 2012, they probably expected a bit more respect when the NCAA's RPI rankings were finally released.
The newly released NCAA women's volleyball RPI rankings are a bit down on the Mid-American Conference in 2012.
In 2011, Ball State made a similar trip to play Northern Illinois and Western Michigan and it ended in two difficult losses.
It's never easy to win a match when unforced errors litter the stat sheet, but Ball State (9-7) has fared well enough for most of the season despite struggling with errors.
Throughout games this season, Ball State coach Craig Roberts hasn't been shy in voicing his displeasure with certain calls made by the referee.
When Ball State travels to Northern Illinois for its third conference match of the season, it will be the first time the two have played since Northern Illinois eliminated Ball State in the 2011 Mid-American Conference tournament.
In the midst of Mid-American Conference play, Ball State has hit a consistency that had been missing for the better part of a month.
With Ball State's depth in the front row lacking after injuries earlier in the season, losing junior outside hitter Kylee Baker was sure to be a loss with no real replacement against Akron.