Ball State's non-conference schedule for its 2012-13 season is beginning to come together, starting with two home tournaments.
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As of the 2012-13 season, Tommy Rouse won't be Ball State's only libero on the roster.
It was quick, but not necessarily painless. In what seemed to pass with only a few serves and bounces of a volleyball, Ohio State easily swept the Ball State men's volleyball team 3-0 (25-14, 25-18, 25-15) in St. John Arena on Wednesday night.
Men's volleyball live blog: Ball State vs. Ohio State
Two weeks ago, Purdue showed Ball State just how explosive its offense is. The Boilermakers turned a one-run game into a blowout with a 12-run sixth inning as they cruised to a 15-2 victory at Ball Diamond on April 11.
Rebuilding isn't a word Jamion Hartley is willing to apply to this season for the Ball State men's volleyball team.
Joel Walton isn't shying away from the obvious.
Steven Ward and Andrew Mishler sit down to discuss the MIVA Bracket Challenge held by the Ball State Daily News this week.
Both sophomore middle attackers Matt Leske and Kevin Owens were named to the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Second Team All-Conference on Friday.
Come Friday night, both Joel Walton and Jeremy Price will be settling into unfamiliar positions.
So you thought you were done with brackets for a while once the NCAA men's basketball tournament was over? Not this year.
In spite all of the history and emotion Bill Richards has for his alma mater, Western Michigan, the Ball State men's tennis team was unable to pick up a win for its coach on Saturday. The Cardinals lost to the Broncos 6-1 and their record fell to 2-2 in the Mid-American Conference.
Loyola had defeated IPFW 3-1, meaning Ball State had leaped ahead of the latter in the conference standing on the last possible day, locking itself into the fifth seed in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament.
In order to win the No. 5 seed in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament, Ball State came through with step one on Friday.
Ball State is playing its final two matches of the regular season on the road this weekend, and it has no choice but to get used to it.
Only days before the two-year anniversary of his hiring as the Ball State women's volleyball coach, Shondell confirmed in an interview Tuesday that he plans to stay on as coach past his current contract, which expires next January.
If there's ever a time for a team to have an injury crisis, the offseason would be best.
Steven Ward and Andrew Mishler sit down once again to talk about Ball State's losses to IPFW and Lewis this past weekend and where that puts them in the MIVA Tournament standings.
IPFW rolled from the start, winning the first two sets before Ball State stole the third. The Mastadons closed out the match in the next game, winning 3-1 (25-21, 27-25, 21-25, 25-21).
Overtime in set one is a match away from becoming a regular occurrence between Ball State and Lewis.