In an attempt to start conference play off with a win, the Ball State men's volleyball team fell just short of its goal.
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Child's play is over for Ball State.
What was old is new again for the Mid-American Conference.
A promising start to the 2010 season for Marcus Imwalle ended all too quickly.
Standing at 5 foot 8 inch redshirt freshman libero Tommy Rouse isn't going to tower over anyone.
It was Ball State's first homestand since early January, and the Cardinals didn't disappoint their fans with their return.
The setter is Graham Mcllvaine. The libero is Tommy Rouse. The middle blockers are J.D. Gasparovic and Anders Nelson.
The slumped body language and the one-sided score won't show it, but Pfeiffer was pleased with the opportunity to compete with Ball State.
No matter who was on the court playing for Ball State on Friday night, they were playing well.
With the power to make the decision out of their hands, Mid-American Conference women's volleyball coaches can only wait.
Tommy Rouse is off to a great start.
Overwhelmed by options, the Mid-American Conference is trying to decide on a possible format change for the women's volleyball conference tournament.
Nothing evokes questions, concerns or fear like change.
Change appears to be certain for women's volleyball in the Mid-American Conference.
Marcus Imwalle is making the most of some recent opportunities.
Thirteen days of rest for the Ball State men's volleyball team wasn't enough to overpower George Mason on Friday night.
In sports, an extended period of rest can be positive or negative, depending on the perspective. Either a team has extra time to prepare itself, or it has extra time to become rusty.
One of the worst possible scenarios following a big upset win is to lose the next match against a lesser opponent.
A day after upsetting Hawaii in its first match of the Outrigger Invitational, Ball State was unable to keep its hot streak going, losing to UCLA 3-1 (5-22, 25-20, 23-25, 30-28) on Friday.
It was supposed to be a match that Ball State would be too exhausted, inexperienced, and overmatched to win.