Head coach Joel Walton said one of the issues his team runs into is multiple players wanting to be the voice of the team, but to Walton, there’s one who sticks out.
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“They’re just a very good team. They do a lot of things well.”
Notching 11 combined kills in last weekend’s season-opening victories, sophomore outside attacker Kaleb Jenness doubled that figure in Ball State Men’s Volleyball’s (3-0, 0-0 MIVA) 3-2 win over California State Northridge (1-4, 0-0 Big West) Friday.
In the first-ever meeting between Ball State Men’s Volleyball (2-0, 0-0 MIVA) and Queens (0-2, 0-0 IVA), the Cardinals used depth to their advantage to sweep the Royals in night two of the Don Shondell Active Ankle Challenge.
In volleyball, many teams would describe a sweep on opening night as an ideal way to start a new season.
Coming off a quarterfinal exit in last season’s Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament, Ball State will rely on a greater sense of cohesion and an improved offense in hopes of gaining its first MIVA title since 2002.
Freshman defensive specialist Maggie Huber set it up, freshman outside hitter Natalie Mitchem hit it home and Ball State head coach Kelli Miller Phillips said, “Alright, let’s go.”
Entering his first season with Ball State Men’s Volleyball, freshman libero Sammy Adkisson has high expectations for his collegiate career. Having attended Vernon Hills High School in Vernon Hills, Illinois, Adkisson finished his high school career as the all-time digs leader in his school’s history with 1,016.
The Cardinals are going dancing. Ball State Women’s Volleyball (20-11,11-5 MAC) is heading to Lincoln, Nebraska, to take on fifth-seeded Nebraska (25-4,11-5 Big 10) in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Tournament Friday at 7 p.m.
Monday is Amber Seaman’s birthday. She woke up a champion.
Mental toughness has been a theme for Ball State Women’s Volleyball (19-11, 12-5 MAC). The Cardinals have dealt with playing down all season, and their 3-1 win against Miami (Ohio) (17-11, 12-4 MAC) was no different.
On to the next one. Seven straight wins.
Senior libero Kate Avila is Ball State’s ironwoman.
Northern Illinois (8-20, 5-9 MAC) was no match for the streaking Ball State (15-11, 9-5 MAC), who won its fourth straight game in a 3-0 sweep. While each set was close, Ball State ultimately came out on top. Here are four takeaways from the match.
Ball State head coach Kelli Miller Phillips said the team’s road trip against Western Michigan and Northern Illinois was going to be the toughest of the season.
Down, 1-0. Down, 2-1. Coming back to win in five sets.
While “Thriller” by Michael Jackson was playing across the loudspeakers on Halloween night at Worthen Arena, the thrill was on the court as Ball State Women’s Volleyball (12-11, 6-5 MAC) defeated Toledo, (7-16, 0-11 MAC) 3-2.
Friday was more than just another game for senior setter Amber Seaman. This was a game against her sister, Morgan Seaman, a setter for Miami (Ohio) — a sibling rivalry Amber said has been present for eight years now.
For MyKel Ivy, freshman middle blocker for Ball State Women's Volleyball, competition is everything, including why she came to Ball State.
Freshman outside hitter Natalie Risi continued to shine as she helped propel Ball State (11-8, 4-3, MAC) to sweep Ohio (12-8, 3-4 MAC) Friday.