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On their final day in Los Angeles, student journalists Amber Pietz and Daniel Kehn explored the UCLA campus and the surrounding area in search of postcard worthy photographs. Their goal was to accurately convert their experience while on the West Coast.
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Postcards From L.A.

Daily News staffers Daniel Kehn and Amber Pietz traveled to Los Angeles, California, and the surrounding areas with Ball State Men's Volleyball as they earned a spot in the NCAA Men's Volleyball Tournament.


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VOLLEYBALL

Hawai'i wins second consecutive NCAA National Championship

364 days after winning the NCAA National Championship, Hawai'i Men's Volleyball (27-5, 7-3 BWC) is back on top of the collegiate game. The Rainbow Warriors are now consecutive champions and have appeared in three of the last four NCAA Tournament finals (no tournament held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic). 


Junior Amy Kaplan prepares for the ball to be served in a MAC Championship doubles match against Toledo May 1 at Cardinal Creek Tennis Courts. Amber Pietz, DN
TENNIS

Women's Tennis exits NCAA Tournament in opening round

Ball State Women's Tennis (19-4, 8-2 MAC) traveled to Austin, Texas for the first-round NCAA Tournament against the University of Texas (21-4, 8-1 BIG12) May 6 as the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Tournament Champions. The Longhorns swept the Cardinals in the doubles and singles matches to end Ball State's postseason run. 


Ball State Men's Volleyball in a huddle during practice in Pauley Pavillion May 4. The Cardinals were selected as the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament and will face Hawaii May 5 at 10:30 p.m. ET in the semifinals. Samantha Blankenship, photo provided.
VOLLEYBALL

Cardinals prepare for rematch against Hawai'i in national semifinal

Ball State Men's Volleyball (23-3, 12-2 MIVA) has played the University of Hawaii (25-5, 7-3 BWC) twice already this season, running out winners Jan. 29 (3-0) and Jan. 31 (3-2). In less than 24 hours the Cardinals will play the Rainbow Warriors for the third time in 2022, this time with a trip to the National Championship match on the line.



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A flower on display at UCLA's Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden May 8. Because the garden is frost-free, it can accommodate tropical and sub-tropical plants, including special collections of ferns, palms, eucalyptus and figs. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A flower on display at UCLA's Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden May 8. Because the garden is frost-free, it can accommodate tropical and sub-tropical plants, including special collections of ferns, palms, eucalyptus and figs. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog standing by its owners during a picnic at the UCLA campus May 8. Dogs with their owners are popularly seen around the campus on the weekends. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog standing by its owners during a picnic at the UCLA campus May 8. Dogs with their owners are popularly seen around the campus on the weekends. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog drinking water from its owner at the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden in Los Angeles May 8. Dogs are allowed in the garden but are asked to remain on a leash. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog drinking water from its owner at the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden in Los Angeles May 8. Dogs are allowed in the garden but are asked to remain on a leash. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog enjoying the weather at a picnic with its owners at the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden in Los Angeles May 8. The garden spans more than five acres and houses over 70 sculptures. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog enjoying the weather at a picnic with its owners at the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden in Los Angeles May 8. The garden spans more than five acres and houses over 70 sculptures. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog walking with its owner on the UCLA campus May 8. The Los Angeles campus is a popular destination for locals to walk and exercise. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog walking with its owner on the UCLA campus May 8. The Los Angeles campus is a popular destination for locals to walk and exercise. Daniel Kehn, DN


A dog walking with its owner on the UCLA campus May 8. The Los Angeles campus is a popular destination for locals to walk and exercise. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A dog walking with its owner on the UCLA campus May 8. The Los Angeles campus is a popular destination for locals to walk and exercise. Daniel Kehn, DN


An engraved message on a bamboo stump in the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden at UCLA May 8. Despite the messages on the bamboo trees, the garden discourages disrupting the natural elements of the space. Daniel Kehn, DN
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An engraved message on a bamboo stump in the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden at UCLA May 8. Despite the messages on the bamboo trees, the garden discourages disrupting the natural elements of the space. Daniel Kehn, DN


A squirrel finding snacks in a trashcan on the UCLA campus May 8. Wildlife like squirrels, geese, ducks and pigeons can be spotted all over the Los Angeles campus. Daniel Kehn, DN
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A squirrel finding snacks in a trashcan on the UCLA campus May 8. Wildlife like squirrels, geese, ducks and pigeons can be spotted all over the Los Angeles campus. Daniel Kehn, DN


Three turtles sunbathing in the creek at UCLA's Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden. The seven-acre property was opened in 1919 in Westwood, Los Angeles. Daniel Kehn, DN
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Three turtles sunbathing in the creek at UCLA's Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden. The seven-acre property was opened in 1919 in Westwood, Los Angeles. Daniel Kehn, DN

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