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Six weeks ago Ball State men’s volleyball slunk out of Loyola in a weekend where it was swept at, then-No. 12, Lewis and Loyola.
Since early January, before
the season even started, No. 15 Ball State men’s volleyball coach Joel
Walton stressed the amount of parity in the Midwestern Intercollegiate
It looked like a trap match on the schedule, and Limestone did its best to make it exactly that. The Division II program kept No. 15 Ball State volleyball on its heels for a majority of the night.
The newest American Volleyball Coaches Association top-15 poll has a fresh face. At 14-5, Ball State was ranked No. 15 for its first national ranking in over two years.
The Six Flags theme music echoed throughout Worthen Arena, but it was not an old man with a top hat and cane dancing—it was 2562 Ball State fans anticipating set point and effectively match point.
Riding a four-match winning
streak, Ball State traveled north on I-69 to the Gates Sports Center,
getting another win over a quality opponent 3-1 (19-25, 25-22, 25-19,
Keenan Pfotenhauer and Zach Brubaker have followed Ball State’s volleyball team for years which has given a special relationship with the team.
Earlier this week head coach Joel Walton said he expected Ball State’s men’s volleyball team to win both of its games.
After sweeping through the past weekend, Ball State’s men’s volleyball team’s confidence is back to the level it was when the team started the season 8-0.
Like many volleyball players, as an adolescent Jamion Hartley never imagined he would prefer volleyball’s float serves over basketball’s jump shots.
Division-I athletics are usually looked at through a lenses that makes it a job. Athletes perform rather than play, and the word game is a misnomer.
Division-I athletics are usually looked at through a
lenses that makes it a job. Athletes perform rather than play, and the
word game is a misnomer.
Ball State finally got back on track and got into the
win column against Sacred Heart in a clean sweep (25-16, 25-23, 25-16)
in the first match of the Don Shondell Active Ankle Challenge.
Ball State’s men’s volleyball team came into its match Friday on its heels and in a downward spiral.
Ball State men’s volleyball team started out its season 8-0 and was the nation’s last unbeaten team.
To win a match against a top 15 team, a team needs to play its best and catch a few breaks.
On Friday Harvard downed No. 9 Penn State in a clean
sweep 3-0 (25-23, 25-17, 25-23), effectively ending the longest winning
streak in men’s volleyball.
After starting this season 8-0 overall and 2-0 in conference play, Ball State sat atop the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association’s leaderboard and awaited a national ranking.