- - His career-high .733 (12-1-15) attack percentage at Quincy (Jan. 11, 2008) ties as the 15th-best single-match total in program history.
2010 (Jr.): Suffered a season-ending injury versus George Mason (1/29) . . . played in six matches and 11 sets before the injury, making four starts . . . recorded a season-highs of nine kills, four digs and three block assists in the season-opener versus Loyola (1/15) . . . added seven kills and two blocks versus Carthage (1/22) . . . recorded an ace versus both the Ramblers and the Red Men.
2009 (So.): Earned second letter at Ball State . . . played in 24 matches and 55 games . . . started four matches . . . tied a career-high with 17 kills versus Rutgers-Newark (2/6), while adding a season-best eight digs . . . added 16 kills versus IPFW (2/27) . . . added 14 kills and season-highs of five blocks and a .409 (14-5-22) attack percentage at No. 15 Ohio State (3/11) . . . totaled double-digit kills in four matches on the year . . . tied a career-high with three aces versus the Milwaukee School of Engineering (2/13) . . . produced at least one kill in 18 matches, while adding at least one block in 14 contests.
2008 (Fr.): Earned first letter at Ball State . . . played in 28 matches and 86 games . . . earned 25 starts . . . scored a career-high 17 kills in his collegiate debut versus No. 3 UCLA (1/3) . . . added 16 kills and a career-high six total blocks in his second match versus the Bruins (2/29) . . . posted his first career double-double with 16 kills and a career-high 15 digs versus IPFW (3/21) . . . recorded a career-best .733 (12-1-15) attack percentage at Quincy (1/11) . . . scored double-figure kills in 13 matches, including three times versus UCLA.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played club volleyball for the Cincinnati Attack . . . guided his 18's team to a fifth-place finish at nationals . . . earned three letters in cross country and two in track & field at Marion Local.
PERSONAL: Son of Dianne and the late Jack Imwalle . . . has two sisters and one brother . . . majoring in biology . . . born Nov. 23, 1987, in Greenville, Ohio.