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.
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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.
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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.
Another week, another match against a top 10 team for Ball State men’s volleyball.
Ball State men’s volleyball needed to end the non-conference portion of its schedule on a high note.
Ball State men’s volleyball had an opportunity to earn a huge road win after overcoming a big deficit in the fourth set, but couldn’t capitalize on its momentum in the final game.
Ball State men’s volleyball will look to earn its first pair of road wins this season when it battles No. 9 Penn State and Saint Francis.
No. 14 Ball State men’s volleyball ended a weekend full of errors and inconsistency by losing its first match to an unranked opponent this season.
No. 14 Ball State men’s volleyball is now 0-3 against ranked opponents this season.
No. 14 Ball State men’s volleyball (4-2) will set out on its first road trip of the season this weekend, traveling to Fairfax, Virginia, to take on No. 12 Pepperdine and George Mason in the Uvaldo Acosta Invitational.
Ball State men’s volleyball’s Matt Walsh was named both Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Offensive Player of the Week and the Sports Imports/AVCA Player of the Week Tuesday for his efficient performances in the team’s wins against Sacred Heart and Harvard.
Ball State took every blow that Harvard delivered early on before surrendering just nine points in the deciding set, winning the fourth by a score of 25-9 behind a strong offensive performance that helped it close out the weekend with a second consecutive win.
Ball State men’s volleyball entered the fifth set of Friday’s match determined to not let a third consecutive game end in a loss.
What does a team do when it has no film or much familiarity with an opponent?