The Cardinals look to advance to their first MIVA championship since 2009.
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With their 3-1 win over No. 12 Loyola on Saturday, the Cardinals have advanced to their first MIVA semifinal match since 2014.
"We're a confident bunch and we're starting to get our swagger back."
The Cardinals look to defeat the Ramblers for second time this season in first round of MIVA tournament
Connor Gross, Nick Lavanchy, Brendan Surane, Matt Szews and Matt Walsh all were recipients of MIVA awards.
Both McManana and Shondell helped grow the men's volleyball program at Ball State.
After Ball State men's volleyball's loss to No. 7 Lewis Thursday night, senior outside attacker Edgardo Cartagena thought that his next match against No. 10 Loyola-Chicago on Saturday could be the last time that he and the other seniors would step foot on to the court at Worthen Arena.
Cardinals clinch a home playoff match with 3-0 win over Ramblers
The five players say they have gained lasting friendships and lessons to take into their future jobs from playing at Ball State.
Blake Reardon's career-high not enough as Cardinals drop three consecutive sets in loss to Lewis.
The Cardinals could clinch a home berth in the MIVA tournament with two wins this week.
Several reserves stepped up in the Cardinals' wins.
The Cardinals' energy and blocking propelled them in a 3-1 win over Lindenwood
Tied at 12 midway through the fourth set and trailing two sets to one, sophomore middle attacker Parker Swartz came flying in high for his second kill of the night to give No. 12 Ball State men's volleyball a 13-12 lead - its first since 6-5 early in the set.
The $6.4 million facility will house two practice courts for the men's and women's basketball and volleyball teams.
With a berth in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association tournament clinched, No. 12 Ball State men's volleyball has their eyes set on their next goal — being able to play one of those tournament matches at Worthen Arena.
The Cardinals hit under .260 in their losses to McKendree and No. 2 Ohio State this week.
The Cardinals struggled to slow down Ohio State's Nicolas Szerszen and Miles Johnson in straight-set loss.
Ball State was unable to slow down McKendree's Will Frank and Maalik Walker in the four-set loss.
The Cardinals will be playing their final road conference matches of the season.