At home, No. 11 Ball State men’s volleyball (13-11, 6-4 MIVA) looks unbeatable at times. On the road, however, the team has had its share of struggles. That trend continued tonight in its loss to Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association opponent No. 10 Lewis (16-8, 7-3 MIVA) in straight sets (13-25, 21-25, 20-25).
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In a battle of Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association powerhouses, No. 11 Ball State (13-10, 6-3 MIVA) was plagued by attacking errors as it fell to No. 6 Loyola-Chicago (18-4, 8-1 MIVA) in straight sets (21-25, 20-25, 27-29).
As the end of the regular season draws nearer, No. 11 Ball State men’s volleyball (13-9, 6-2 MIVA) prepares for two critical road matches against No. 6 Loyola-Chicago (17-4, 7-1 MIVA) and No. 10 Lewis (14-8, 5-3 MIVA).
Matt Walsh put together a pair of steadfast performances for No. 11 Ball State in a pair of wins against No. 15 Fort Wayne last week, and the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association took notice.
No. 11 Ball State men’s volleyball needed five sets to defeat No. 15 Fort Wayne (15-7, 3-5) on the road in its last match. This time around, the Cardinals defeated the Mastodons in straight sets (25-21, 25-22, 25-20) for their second win over their ranked Indiana rival this week.
It wasn’t pretty at times, but Ball State men’s volleyball persevered for a grind-it-out victory over Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association foe No. 15 Fort Wayne (15-6, 3-4 MIVA).
Fresh off a four-match West Coast trip in which it went 2-2, No. 11 Ball State men's volleyball will dive back into Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association competition with a pair of matches against No. 15 Fort Wayne (15-5, 3-3 MIVA).
Spring break is often thought of as a time to soak up the sun, find some coastal waters and relax on the beach. For No. 11 Ball State men’s volleyball, a 10-day trip to the West Coast means one thing — playing volleyball.
Jake Romano has been setting his team up for success recently.
Since falling to 5-7 with a couple of heartbreaking losses, the Cardinals have been flying high and racking up the victories.
Ball State men's volleyball (8-7) is on its first three-match win streak of the season after tonight's four-set victory over Quincy (26-24, 25-20, 23-25, 25-18).
After briefly stopping at home to knock off a pair of top 10 teams last weekend, No. 14 Ball State men’s volleyball is back on the road for its next seven matches, starting with Quincy on Friday and Lindenwood on Saturday.
Those familiar with Ball State men’s volleyball know of Ben Chinnici. The Sellersville, Pennsylvania, native burst onto the scene with 16 kills in his first collegiate match, letting the volleyball world know that Ball State landed a big-time freshman.
What’s better than beating one top 10 team? Beating two in as many nights.
Ball State men’s tennis (7-1, 6-0 Home) kept its seven-match winning streak alive, beating Lipscomb (2-5, 0-4 Away) 4-3 at home. After another close win, head coach Bill Richards said he has never seen this many close matches.
Head coach Joel Walton’s message to Ball State men’s volleyball the past couple of weeks? Consistency.
The top 10 competition keeps coming for Ball State men’s volleyball.
With spring sports starting up and winter sports moving deeper into conference play, it's hard to keep track of everything that's going on in Ball State athletics.
After winning the opening set, Ball State men’s volleyball was unable to find much of a rhythm on the way to a 3-1 (25-19, 21-25, 24-26, 17-25) defeat at the hands of Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association foe McKendree (4-6, 2-1 MIVA).
Despite having two match-point opportunities in the fourth set, Ball State men’s volleyball (5-6, 0-1 MIVA) couldn’t shut the door on defending champion Ohio State (8-2, 1-0 MIVA), falling 3-2 (25-21, 13-25, 25-18, 25-27, 10-15) to the No. 5 team in the nation.