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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 Story by Cody Strickler / Staff Writer Middle Tennessee (5-24, 2-12 C-USA) was looking to close out the season with a victory against the North Texas Mean Green (13-16, 7-7 C-USA). The young group of Blue Raiders were outmatched in the season finale, falling 3-0. While the team didn’t …

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 / Staff Photographer Story by Cody Strickler / Contributing Writer Middle Tennessee (5-18, 2-6 C-USA) was looking to get win against in-state foe Austin Peay (17-7, 7-1 OVC) Wednesday at home.  The Blue Raiders started the night off hot, but the Governors fought back, taking the match, 3-2. The game began with the …

Photo by Ambre Rogue / MTSU Sidelines Story by Cody Strickler  Middle Tennessee (4-17, 1-6 C-USA) was hoping to break a six-game losing streak Friday night taking on the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners (13-4, 4-1 C-USA). MTSU fought hard all game inside the historic Alumni Memorial Gym, but eventually 3-1. The match began with a back …

Story by Jacob Young / Staff Writer | Photo by Austin Lewis / Sidelines Archive Middle Tennessee (4-12, 1-2 C-USA) hosted Rice (10-7, 3-0 C-USA) Friday night in their 2016 Conference USA home opener, just the fourth home contest of the season. The Blue Raiders displayed high levels of energy throughout the night but the Owls proved to be too …