No. 13 Ball State men's volleyball can clinch a top-four seed in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association tournament this weekend, and one scenario is a little more straightforward than the others — just win.
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In both of its weekend matches, No. 12 Ball State men's volleyball fell behind after the first set.
Freshman outside attacker Blake Reardon usually leads the Ball State men's volleyball bench in celebration.
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.
At the groundbreaking ceremony for the Dr. Don Shondell Practice Center on Friday afternoon, one thing jumped out at the head coaches whose teams will use the facility — recruiting.
With a spot in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association tournament clinched, No. 12 Ball State men's volleyball has its eyes set on the next goal — being able to play one of those tournament matches at Worthen Arena.
In No. 11 Ball State men's volleyball's losses to McKendree and No. 2 Ohio State, there was one common theme that stood out — a lack of offense.
Ball State men's volleyball might have déjà vu after Saturday's loss at No. 2 Ohio State.
No. 11 Ball State men's volleyball led 23-22 in the fourth set, looking for a comeback victory after going down 2-1 against McKendree.
After Ball State's 3-0 loss to then-No. 1 Ohio State on Feb. 2, Ball State men's volleyball senior outside attacker Brendan Surane said, "I think there's no way in hell we can't beat them the next time we play them."
Ball State men's volleyball head coach Joel Walton said his team is not yet where it wants to be from a competitive standpoint yet after the team's 3-0 (14-25, 22-25, 19-25) loss to No. 6 UC Irvine in Columbus, Ohio.
After dropping the first two sets, No. 12 Ball State men's volleyball fought back in the third set to a 15-11 lead midway through the set — but they wouldn't get any closer than that.
After holding Grand Canyon junior outside hitter Shalev Saada to just three kills in last night's win, Ball State men's volleyball head coach Joel Walton said he expected him to come back motivated and said he was "someone who's not going to back down from this."
Leading 21-19 in the first set, junior middle attacker Matt Walsh soared high for a monster kill that had the entire Ball State men's volleyball bench going crazy.
For the second time this season, No. 11 Ball State men's volleyball will be facing the same opponent twice in one week.
After starting their weekend by dropping a set to winless Lindenwood, No. 12 Ball State men's volleyball could've panicked and given the Lions, as Ball State head coach Joel Walton described it, "a night where something special is going to happen for them."
Leading 22-14 late in the second set and looking to close it out, No. 12 Ball State men's volleyball went in a direction it had gone several times before this season — it looked for "The Big Cheese" to make a big impact.
No. 12 Ball State men's volleyball won three straight sets after dropping the first to beat Lindenwood Friday.
After dropping in the NCAA rankings for the first time this season, Ball State men's volleyball faces two teams this weekend that they have had a lot of success against in the past.
Students funnel their way down Worthen Arena’s aisles to get close to the action, as they watch what senior middle attacker Alex Pia describes as “a bunch of 6-foot-6-inch or taller dudes jumping 38 inches off the court and having fun in the process.”