No. 14 Ball State (2-1, 0-0 MIVA) failed to sweep its three-match homestand Monday as it lost 3-0 to No. 3 California-Irvine (3-0, 0-0 Big West).
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While Ball State students went on winter break for three weeks, three different Cardinal athletic teams were in action on the road and at home. Here's what the Cardinals have been up to.
A substantial amount of effort offensively was required for Ball State Men’s Volleyball (2-0, 0-0 MIVA) to carve out a 3-2 victory over the New Jersey Institute of Technology (0-2, 0-0 EIVA) Saturday night after gaining the sweep over Princeton on Friday.
Freshman outside attacker Kaleb Jenness’ high school didn’t have a boy’s volleyball team, but his 14 kills and .588 hitting percentage Friday led Ball State Men’s Volleyball (1-0, 0-0 MIVA) to a sweep over Princeton (0-3, 0-0 EIVA) to start the season.
Playing in the Miami (Ohio) regional of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship, Ball State Women’s Volleyball (22-10, 12-4 MAC) fell 3-1 to Valparaiso (26-10, 11-7 MVC).
When freshman outside attacker Kaleb Jenness first picked up a volleyball, he knew he would grow to love the sport and its competitiveness.
It’s a somber night in Oxford, Ohio as Ball State Women's Volleyball (22-9, 12-5 MAC) falls to top seed Miami (Ohio) (22-7, 14-3 MAC) 3-2, despite winning the first two sets of the match.
The Cardinals came away with a 3-2 win over Ohio in the quarterfinals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament Friday despite 66 kills by the Bobcats.
After 29 matches, Ball State Women’s Volleyball has cranked up its preparation for the Mid-American Conference Tournament this week, awaiting the winner of Northern Illinois and Ohio.
It was a senior night to remember for Ball State Women's Volleyball (21-8, 12-4 MAC) as they won in 5-sets against Akron (11-16, 3-13 MAC) to end the regular season.
Ball State (20-8, 11-4 MAC) bounced back from last weekend’s losses with a sweep of Toledo (9-17, 4-11 MAC) Thursday. Sound defense led by junior Kate Avila resulted in the Cardinals’ first 20-win season since 2013.
Coming off consecutive losses, Ball State Women’s Volleyball will finish the road portion of its regular season in Toledo against the Rockets Thursday before returning home Saturday to complete the season against Akron.
Ball State Women’s Volleyball (19-8, 10-4 MAC) fell for the second straight night Saturday, this time on the road against Eastern Michigan (16-12, MAC 8-6).
It was a tough night for Ball State (19-7, 10-3 MAC) as it lost to Central Michigan (6-19, 3-10 MAC) 3-0, snapping another Cardinal three-game win streak.
Between MAC Weekly Honors and the last three matches, the Cardinals are on a sweeping spree as the MAC tournament quickly approaches. However, head coach Kelli Miller says they’re sticking to focusing on what’s up next.
An impressive defensive game granted Ball State Women’s Volleyball (19-6, 10-2 MAC) the win Saturday over Western Michigan (13-13, 3-9 MAC) in yet another sweep for the Cardinals.
Ball State Women’s Volleyball (18-6, 9-2 MAC) came out hungry after a 3-1 loss against Northern Illinois (8-18, 6-5 MAC) earlier in the season. A team hitting percentage of .374 and 14 kills a piece from two Cardinal players allowed the them to come out on top, 3-0.
Following the snapping of its six-game win streak, one that had not been achieved for Ball State Women’s Volleyball since 2013, the Cardinals look to focus in this weekend as they return home for matches against Northern Illinois (8-17, 6-4 MAC) and Western Michigan (13-11, 3-7 MAC).
After a tough loss on Friday against Miami (OH), Ball State (17-6, 8-2 MAC) finds redemption with a victory over another top MAC contender in Bowling Green (14-9, 8-2 MAC).
In what turned out to be one of the closest matches of the year for Ball State (16-6, 7-2 MAC), the Cardinals came up shy against the Miami (OH) Redhawks (16-5, 8-1 MAC) in five sets Friday.