Ball State assistant volleyball coach Kelli Miller coached under recently retired head coach Steve Shondell for six years.
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The 11th-ranked Ball State Cardinals (20-9, 12-4 MIVA) were knocked out of the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association quarterfinals April 16 by the McKendree Bearcats (11-13, 5-11 MIVA).
Ball State men's volleyball had five players earn All-Conference honors for the first time in their careers.
The No. 8 Ball State men’s volleyball team will host McKendree on Saturday April 16 at Worthen Arena in the quarterfinals of the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association conference tournament.The third seed Cardinals have defeated the sixth seeded Bearcats twice this season.
The 2015 NCAA men’s volleyball championship was the first time two teams from the same conference, other than the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, played in the championship.Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association rivals Loyola and Lewis played in the conference championship that year.
The No. 8 Ball State men’s volleyball team closed out the regular season over the weekend, losing both of its matches and finishing with the No. 3 spot in the upcoming Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association tournament.
The final weekend of the regular season will determine Ball State men’s volleyball’s final ranking in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association.
For the second time this season, junior outside attacker Brendan Surane was named Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Offensive Player of the Week.
Steve Shondell retired from his position as Ball State’s women’s volleyball head coach on March 28, and applicants have already began to show interest in the job.Ball State Athletic Director Mark Sandy said that while the university has not begun actively seeking applicants for the position, there have been people who have begun reaching out to the athletic department.
As the Ball State Athletics Department begins their search for a new head women’s volleyball coach, former coach Steve Shondell looks forward to the much-needed time off he will now have.After nearly 40 years of coaching volleyball, the son of legendary Ball State men’s volleyball coach Don Shondell decided it was time to be finished.
The Ball State men’s volleyball Senior Night victory over McKendree marked its last home match of the regular season, but it will not be the final time the Cardinals will play at Worthen Arena this year.
Steve Shondell, head coach of the Ball State women's volleyball team for the last six season, has announced his retirement effective immediately.Shondell was the 2010 Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year and led the Cardinals to a 119-68 (64-32 Mid-American Conference) record during his time at the school.“The past six years coaching the Ball State women's volleyball team have been six of the best years of my life,” Shondell said.
All three of Ball State men’s volleyball seniors were on the floor at the start of the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Senior Night matchup against McKendree.
Worthen Arena was filled with red and white March 25 as No. 9 Ball State men’s volleyball (17-6, 9-2 Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) hosted No. 1 Ohio State (19-3, 10-1 MIVA).
After recording 35 kills last week, junior outside attacker Brendan Surane was named Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association's offensive player of the week.Surane led the Cardinals in kills during both of the team's games against Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne and the University of California Irvine.In his first match against in-state rival IPFW on March 16, Surane had 13 kills and three block assists along with five digs.
Ball State men's volleyball took on its seventh ranked opponent of the season in No. 13 University of California Irvine.
Ball State moved into a tie for first place in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association with a 3-1 victory over Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne on March 16.
The 10th-ranked Ball State men’s volleyball team will travel to Fort Wayne Wednesday night to take on Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne in the “old I-69 rivalry.”In the last game between the two schools on Feb. The Cardinals (15-5, 8-1 Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) swept IPFW (5-12, 0-7 MIVA) in three sets.In the win, junior outside attacker Mike Scannell led the Cardinals with 10 kills.
In order to gain its No. 10 national ranking, the Ball State men's volleyball team swept the first round of conference matches in the tough Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association.