Ball State couldn't have picked a better way to honor Don Shondell.
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No team wants to lose on Senior Night. Ball State came through with that desire Saturday.
Even with conference play in the books, the Ball State men's volleyball team will not be taking its final two matches of the regular season lightly.
The Ball State men's volleyball team beat Penn State 3-0 (25-23, 25-21, 25-22) Friday in Worthen Arena.
A promising start to Jamion Hartley's career in the 2010 season didn't necessarily guarantee him more success in his 2011 campaign.
Entering the final weekend in Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association action, the odds of Ball State earning the No. 3 seed didn't look good.
When Steve Shondell was announced as the new women's volleyball coach a year ago, Ball State returned to its roots.
Even if it was an ugly match, the final outcome couldn't have been more beautiful for the Ball State men's volleyball team.
Ball State can throw ‘room for error' out the window.
It wasn't supposed to be a match Ball State could win, but the Cardinals did everything they could to prove that notion wrong on Friday against Loyola.
Kevin Owens won three state titles in high school and was named as an American Volleyball Coaches Association First-Team All-American. Urim Demirovski was named his team's Most Valuable Performer as a senior and led his high school team to a first-place finish in the South Suburban Conference.
Facing a focused and driven Grand Canyon team and down 2-1 heading into the fourth game, Ball State could have easily folded and lost the match.
Steve Shondell took over Ball State's women's volleyball program in April 2010 with high aspirations for his team.
With just two serves from senior outside attacker Marcus Imwalle, Grand Canyon's upset bid was foiled.
Ball State isn't about to make the same mistake twice.
Ball State's 2-3 loss to Division II opponent Lees-McRae on Sunday came back to bite the team on Monday.
Extending himself horizontally for loose balls. Jumping high into the air to furiously slam a kill into the opponent's court. Falling to the floor, pumping his fists and screaming in excitement.
Larry Wrather entered the 2011 season as a bench player.
Ball State needed to play one of its best games of the season on Friday, and that's exactly what it got.
Any Ball State vs. Lewis match has proven to be intense and hard fought for the past few years.