Ball State's goal toward improving its offense at outside attacker has taken its first step in the 2012 recruiting class.
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An upset win by Quincy over Ball State in the quarterfinals of the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament in 2011 may have conflicted coaches on which team is better heading into the 2012 season.
In an effort to officially wrap up the 2011 Ball State women's volleyball season, here's the first of four reviews of every player on the roster this season and what their individual opportunities will look like next season.
Ball State women's volleyball officially signed its first member of the 2012 recruiting class on Monday. Jenna Spadafora signed a national letter of intent to play at Ball State next season.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — With Ball State's primary goals completed, a 0-3 loss to Louisville in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday to end its season came with an articulated feeling of accomplishment from coach Steve Shondell.
After Ball State dropped the first set to Louisville in its first-round match in the NCAA Tournament, an immediate turnaround in play was needed in order for Ball State to stay alive.
When Ball State players walked off the court after beating St. Louis last Saturday, a sense of uncertainty filled the air between the cheers of celebration.
Alyssa Rio is headed to the NCAA Tournament. It just might not be in the way she always expected.
Now two days removed from being announced as at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, the Ball State women's volleyball team is still giddy about its selection to the national stage.
When forward Tyler Koch injured his right thumb in Sunday's game against Calumet College, it became the latest nagging pain the redshirt sophomore had to deal with.
Only a few minutes into NCAA Tournament Selection Show broadcasted on ESPNU Sunday night, Ball State flashed on the Minneapolis regional bracket shown on the screen.
Little time was wasted by Ball State in securing a satisfying win to end its regular season schedule Saturday night.
A semi-finals loss in the Mid-American Conference Tournament left Ball State's chances of making the NCAA Tournament looking bleak and discouraging.
After securing its first win of the season on Saturday, Ball State looks to go two-for-two on its current home stand when it squares off with Oakland City at 7 p.m. in Worthen Arena.