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Story by Elijah Campbell / Sports Reporter Photo by Austin Lewis / Sidelines Archives The Middle Tennessee Blue Raider volleyball team (0-7) fell short of their first win of the season Saturday against the Belmont Bruins in four sets. The Blue Raiders remain winless on the season and the loss marks their seventh straight to …

Story by Elijah Campbell / Sports Reporter Photo by Austin Lewis / Sidelines Archives The Middle Tennessee Blue Raider volleyball team (0-6) lost two games on Friday to Idaho State and UT-Arlington in the Bruiser Showcase at Belmont. After losing both games in straight sets, the team still is still looking for not only their …

Photo by Austin Lewis / Sidelines Archives Story by Timothy Carroll / Contributing Writer The Middle Tennessee Blue Raider volleyball team struggled at times last season, posting a record of 5-24 and a 2-12 mark in Conference USA play. Despite the down season, they will be looking to turn things around this upcoming season and  have …

Photo by Ambre Rogue / Staff Photographer With the season winding down, most teams are gearing up for either a postseason run or a celebration of their team’s seniors. For Middle Tennessee Volleyball, they aren’t preparing for either and that’s okay. The team is incredibly young, as they have no seniors and only two juniors. …

Photo by Ambre Rogue / Contributing Photographer  Middle Tennessee (4-16, 1-5 C-USA) was looking to end a couple streaks Sunday when they took on the Florida Atlantic Owls (8-10, 2-2 C-USA). Unfortunately, MTSU saw both streaks continue in their 3-0 loss. Not only did MTSU lose their sixth consecutive game, but the FAU win streak over MTSU …

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 Photo by Connor Ulrey/MTSU Sidelines Middle Tennessee State University’s head volleyball coach Dan Ahiers has been suspended indefinitely from his coaching duties, according to the Daily News Journal. Ahiers has missed the past four matches, but no detail had been given as to why. In statement by Chris Massaro, MTSU athletic director, Ahiers was placed …