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Don Shondell, iconic Ball State men’s volleyball coach, dies at 92

Ball State men’s volleyball players Jason Fehr (left) and Mitch Sadowsky carry head coach Don Shondell off the court following his final match as the program’s head coach on April 4, 1998, at Worthen Arena. The Cardinals swept Rutgers-Newark that day to give Shondell his 769th career victory, the second-most in NCAA men’s volleyball history. (Photo Provided/Ball State University)

A sports icon at Ball State, Don Shondell, died Tuesday night, the university said. The former men’s volleyball coach, who holds the record of the second-most wins by a head coach in the NCAA, was 92.

Don Shondell, iconic Ball State men’s volleyball coach, dies at 92

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