Freshman outside attacker Ryan Dorgan followed up his heroic effort from Friday night by tying for the team lead in kills during Ball State men’s volleyball’s sweep of Quincy, but the numbers were the last thing on his mind.
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Ball State men’s volleyball (14-11, 7-4 MIVA) received a big lift from an unlikely hero in tonight’s 3-2 (18-25, 25-21, 21-25, 25-18, 21-19) victory over Lindenwood (8-13, 2-9 MIVA), and that hero was freshman outside attacker Ryan Dorgan.
The regular season is nearing its end, and No. 12 Ball State men’s volleyball (13-11, 6-4 MIVA) is in the midst of a battle for positioning in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament.
With tonight’s loss, Ball State fell to just 6-8 on the road, and four of those losses have come in straight sets. The team will finish its regular season with four matches at home, where it holds a 7-2 record.
In a battle of Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association powerhouses, No. 11 Ball State (13-10, 6-3 MIVA) was plagued by attacking errors as it fell to No. 6 Loyola-Chicago (18-4, 8-1 MIVA) in straight sets (21-25, 20-25, 27-29).
With Loyola-Chicago, Ohio State and Ball State all in a logjam near the top of the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association rankings, picking up wins this weekend could put Ball State in position to seize the top seed in the conference tournament.
Matt Walsh put together a pair of steadfast performances for No. 11 Ball State in a pair of wins against No. 15 Fort Wayne last week, and the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association took notice.
Ball State men's volleyball competed against Fort Wayne March 17 in John E. Worthen Arena. The Cardinals won 3-0.
No. 11 Ball State men’s volleyball needed five sets to defeat No. 15 Fort Wayne on the road in its last match. This time around, the Cardinals defeated the Mastodons in straight sets for their second win over their ranked Indiana rival this week.
It wasn’t pretty at times, but Ball State persevered for a grind-it-out victory over MIVA foe No. 15 Fort Wayne.
Fresh off a four-match West Coast trip, No. 11 Ball State men's volleyball will dive back into conference competition with a pair of matches against No. 15 Fort Wayne.
The Cardinals will get a break from their Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association schedule as they travel 2,000 miles west to California for four matches, three of which will come against ranked opponents.
Romano finished with season highs in both digs (19) and assists (48) in Ball State's win over Lindenwood last weekend.
Since falling to 5-7 with a couple of heartbreaking losses, the Cardinals have been flying high and racking up the victories.
Ball State men's volleyball (8-7) is on its first three-match win streak of the season after tonight's four-set victory over Quincy (26-24, 25-20, 23-25, 25-18).
After briefly stopping at home to knock off a pair of top 10 teams last weekend, No. 14 Ball State men’s volleyball is back on the road for its next seven matches, starting with Quincy on Friday and Lindenwood on Saturday.
Ben Chinnici burst onto the scene with 16 kills in his first collegiate match, letting the volleyball world know that Ball State landed a big-time freshman.
Ball State was able to finish off a weekend of upsets with a statement win over No. 6 Loyola-Chicago.
After another close win, head coach Bill Richards said he has never seen this many close matches.
The Cardinals won 3-0 against Lewis University on Feb. 16 in John E. Worthen Arena. Their next home game is Feb. 17 against Loyola.