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The last (and only) time Ball State met Clemson on the volleyball court was in September 1995, a few years prior to the introduction of rally scoring. The Cardinals cruised past the Tigers in the early season matchup, sweeping their Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) foe.
Twelve days ago, Ball State dropped an emotional five-set battle to Bowling Green in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Tournament quarterfinals — coming up just two points shy of victory. The loss appeared to bring a crushing end to Ball State’s season and to the careers of its seven seniors.
Ball State and Bowling Green stepped onto the court inside Western Michigan’s University Arena on Saturday night for the nightcap of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Tournament slate and a highly anticipated postseason rematch.
When fifth-year senior Marie Plitt arrived in Muncie in 2019, Ball State women’s volleyball hadn’t advanced to the NCAA Tournament in eight years and hadn’t lifted the Mid-American Conference Tournament (MAC) trophy in 17 years. By the Cardinals’ lofty standards, these marks constituted a brief dry spell in the program.
Ball State has enjoyed a notable string of success against Mid-American Conference (MAC) West opponent Northern Illinois in recent seasons. In the past two campaigns, the Cardinals posted an unblemished 4-0 record over the rival Huskies and won 12 of 13 sets across that span.
On this week's episode, Zach and Adam discuss Delaware County football results, volleyball standings, and much more. They are also joined by Delta football head coach Chris Overholt for an interview about the early success that the Eagles have had.
In the inaugural episode of Capturing the County, hosts Adam Altobella and Zach Carter sit down to discuss Delaware County football, volleyball, and more.
In its final push for the Mid-American Conference (MAC) title, Ball State fell Saturday afternoon to Western Michigan, 3-0 (25-20, 28-26, 27-25), inside the Broncos’ University Arena.
Friday night’s battle of the two top-ranked teams in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) West division lived up to its pregame anticipation. The first match of the weekend series between Ball State and Western Michigan was tight all evening, yielding 25 ties, eight lead changes and one set that was extended to overtime points.
Coming off the season’s finest offensive outing last night — which saw Ball State record 49 kills on a .443 hitting percentage — the Cardinals again relied on strong front-row contributions Saturday afternoon in their 3-1 win (25-22, 22-25, 25-19, 25-18) over Ohio (13-12, 8-5 MAC).