December 2, 1995 |
The UCLA women's volleyball team (21-8) will play host to Ball State (22-11) tonight at 7 in a second-round match of the NCAA tournament at the Wooden Center. The Bruins, who finished No. 7 in the regular season, received a first-round bye; the Cardinals defeated Loyola of Illinois in three games in the first round. Senior Jenny Johnson, a two-time All-Pacific 10 Conference selection, leads the Bruins with 3.64 digs a game.
March 7, 1989
The San Diego State men's volleyball team upset a top-10 team for the second time in a week by defeating No. 8 Ball State, 15-13, 16-14, 12-15, 15-13, Monday night at Peterson Gym. Caesar Mata (16 kills) and Mike Schlegel (14 kills) led the Aztecs. Last week, Penn State, ranked ninth in the nation, lost to the Aztecs (7-8). San Diego State is ranked 10th in the country. MEN'S TENNIS Led by the singles play of John Noble and Stefano Demarchi, Ball State defeated host UC San Diego, 8-0.
March 16, 1990 |
Paris McCurdy had talked a good game all afternoon, but he did not play one until the very end, which was when he had the final word. Inspired by Gary Payton's reputation for on-court conversation, McCurdy set out to outdo him Thursday, although Payton on this day wasn't particularly willing to tangle.
December 21, 1989
Tim Warady , a 6-foot-1, 260-pound guard for Orange Coast College, has signed a letter of intent to play football for Ball State next season. Warady, a team captain who was a two-year starter for the Pirates, will join former teammates Sean Turner and Carlos Barefield at Ball State in Muncie, Ind. Warady attended University High School in Irvine.
December 3, 1995
Kara Milling had 16 kills and freshman Chaska Potter had 10 as UCLA defeated Ball State, 15-4, 15-4, 15-7, Saturday night to advance to the third round of the NCAA volleyball tournament. For the match, UCLA totaled 49 kills, nine blocks and 43 digs and limited Ball State to 32 kills and six blocks. Bruin Coach Andy Banachowski was impressed by Potter's play. "Chaska was steady tonight," he said. "I'm sure she was nervous before the match, but her hitting was outstanding and she passed well."
March 16, 2002 |
Patrick Jackson made six of eight three-point shots and scored 28 points to lead Ball State past Saint Joseph's, 76-54, Friday night in a first-round National Invitation Tournament game at Philadelphia. Ball State (22-11) made 11 of 23 three-point shots. The Cardinals' next NIT opponent is Louisiana State on Tuesday. Saint Joseph's (19-12) used a 19-7 run in the first half to build its biggest lead at 30-21.