Ball State men’s volleyball improved its win streak to six on Feb. 12 as the 13th-ranked Cardinals (9-3, 3-0 MIVA) swept the Barton College Bulldogs (6-3, 4-2 Conference Carolinas) in three sets, 25-20, 25-17 and 25-17.
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In the old I-69 rivalry, as announcer and women's volleyball coach Steve Shondell deem it, No. 13 Ball State swept Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne in three straight sets.
Ball State men's volleyball team has won its past four games and sits 2-0 in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. While the team has been playing winning as of late, it's in big part to junior outside attacker, Brendan Surane.
After three consecutive weekends on the road, the 13th-ranked Ball State men’s volleyball team returns home for six consecutive matches.
During a five-hour bus ride to McKendree University, a brown blanket stretched across the aisle between four seats, forming a makeshift card table for four Ball State men's volleyball players.
More than 700 miles outside of Worthen Arena, sophomore middle attacker Matt Walsh and sophomore outside attacker Mitch Weiler saw a familiar face on the other side of the net.
After losing their first two sets to McKendree University, the men’s volleyball team brought it back to win the match.Their match with George Mason University started off the same way — losing the first two sets, then winning the last three for an overall win.
No. 15 Ball State Men’s volleyball is on the road for the second straight weekend. The Cardinals will travel to the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)(0-3) Jan. 29 and to George Mason (1-4) Jan. 30.
No. 14 Ball State Men’s volleyball team hits the road this Friday and Saturday for the first two games of a six-game road trip.
Ball State men’s volleyball alumnus Jeff Aucoin returned to Worthen Arena on Jan. 15, but as a coach for the opposing team.
The No. 15 Ball State men's volleyball team got off to the hottest start of the year at Worthen Arena on Jan. 15 against Harvard, scoring nine out of the first 10 points in the match.
No. 15 Ball State men’s volleyball defeated the Sacred Heart Pioneers Thursday night at Worthen Arena.
Ball State men’s volleyball returns to action this weekend, hosting Sacred Heart on Jan. 14 and Harvard on Jan. 15 at Worthen Arena. Currently the Cardinals are 1-1 and look to improve their record against the 0-3 Pioneers and the 1-2 Crimson.Sacred Heart may have a losing record, but it already played two teams ranked in the top 10 of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Coaches poll.Coach Joel Walton believes that Sacred Heart’s record may be deceptive, and that they are a very capable team.“I’ve watched Sacred Heart on video, they’ve got a couple of attackers that get up and crack the ball pretty well,” Walton said.
With temperatures challenging records over Winter Break, some Ball State athletes were challenging — and breaking — records themselves.
Since the beginning of competitive men’s volleyball at the Division I level in 1970, West Coast schools in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Conference have historically dominated the competition.
Ball State's men's volleyball is officially underway, and the Cardinals were outmatched in a three-set loss at home on Jan. 8.
Ball State women's volleyball team had six players named to the Academic All Mid-American Conference Women's Volleyball Team.
With the fall preseason tournaments over, and the regular season quickly approaching, the Ball State men’s volleyball has less than one month to prepare for its home-opening match on Jan. 8 against Stanford.
The Ball State men’s volleyball team played host to in-state rival Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne on Nov. 21.