Ball State got its first win on the Mid-American Conference schedule Thursday night, extending the team's current winning streak.
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Facing an abundance of adversity heading into the Ball State Tournament last weekend, Steve Shondell and his team exemplified the kind of grit and determination it takes to succeed.
-á A tumultuous first set was enough for Ball State in its first Mid-American Conference match.
A victory over Pittsburgh, Wright State, and Wyoming in the Ball State Tournament may have been just what the women's volleyball team needed coming into the Mid-American Conference schedule this week.
Unlike the 2011 season, Ball State hasn't seen the number of awards being thrown out to its players each week. But that might start changing.
-á Being at home against a lighter competition is just what Ball State was looking for.
-á A return home couldn't have come at a better time for Ball State.
Ball State wouldn't let the road struggles follow them to Worthen arena as the team burst out to a 3-0 set win over Pittsburgh in its opening match of the Ball State Tournament.
Staying positive can be difficult on the court when coming off a 1-4 stretch, an uncommon hurdle for the Ball State women's volleyball team.
The frustration culminated for Ball State in a Friday night loss in three sets (25-22, 25-14, 25-21) to Creighton.
A failure to close out sets cost Ball State a chance to extend both of its Saturday matches. It ended up aiding Ball State's 0-3 weekend.
The Creighton offense turned out to be too much for Ball State.
Despite getting the opportunity to spend some time in the mountains and enjoying the surroundings, there is still work to be done for the Ball State women's volleyball team.
The loss of two bench players normally wouldn't be a problem for Ball State, but coach Steve Shondell didn't expect his team's blocking to struggle so much early on.
The "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" type of performances are becoming a bit too common for Ball State.
After playing its best match of the year, Ball State (3-3) fell flat in a 10 a.m. bout with North Texas (6-1) in three sets (25-14, 25-23, 25-20).
With Ball State's issues learning a new rotation and its number of mental lapses this season, its NCAA tournament hopes seemed a little exaggerated.
Ball State's four set loss to IPFW was the first since 2007, but the matches were never easy for Ball State.
When Ball State travels to Indianapolis this weekend, it will be the last tune up before the team enters its most grueling part of the schedule.
The "I-69" rivalry hasn't been long lived for the Ball State women's volleyball team but in its short time, it's been one that Ball State has dominated.