Seniors Suzanne Grossnickle, Amber Crago and Megan Craft walked to center-court on Senior Night in Worthen Arena to be recognized as Ball State players for the final time. But their moment was spoiled, as visiting Toledo defeated Ball State 70-65 on Tuesday night.
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After recording 13 blocks and helping limit Mount Olive to a .078 attack percentage and Park to a .000 attack percentage in two matches last weekend, sophomore middle attacker Kevin Owens was named the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Defensive Player of the Week on Monday.
Whether it was Julian Welsh-White, Elias Aparcedo or Matt Sutherland, opportunity struck for them this weekend.
Park played its first NCAA Division I opponent in four years in a match against Ball State on Saturday, and it certainly didn't forget that fact by the end of the night.
In two sets of play in Ball State's 3-0 (25-9, 25-23, 25-20) sweep over Mount Olive on Friday, Aparcedo soaked in the feeling to once again play college volleyball.
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With eight of Ball State's last 11 matches being played at home, it may be second nature for fans to a assume a volleyball match will be playing in Worthen Arena almost every Friday and Saturday night at this point.
Since the start of the season, sophomore middle blockers Kevin Owens and Matt Leske have had some pretty big shoes to fill.
Another chapter was written on the Ball State men's volleyball team's struggles in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association on Friday.
With Ball State battling with IPFW in the middle of set two, sophomore setter Graham McIlvaine overshot a set for sophomore Matt Leske that went right over the middle attacker's head.
Showing improvement on offense may have been Ball State's first priority in the last few weeks, but winning this weekend will depend heavily on the team's defense.
Ball State's new offensive mindset is easy enough to grasp on paper, no matter which of the team's players is explaining it.
As Ball State stood one point away from victory over Quincy in overtime of set three, Larry Wrather took his position behind the service line with a volleyball in hand.
The ongoing shuffle at outside attacker for the Ball State men's volleyball team may be coming to an end.
Tommy Rouse is in his second season as a starter. He's playing one of the few positions on the Ball State men's volleyball team that isn't undergoing significant change. And the team needs him to be a steady defensive presence in the backcourt.
What started as a competitive overtime in set one between Ball State and No. 6 Lewis slowly turned into 18 tied points, the highest scoring game of the season in the NCAA and in the rally scoring era in Ball State program history.
Despite losses from its No. 1 and 2 singles players, the Ball State men's tennis team managed to pull off a 5-2 road win over Xavier on Saturday.