- - 2013 Volleyball Magazine NCAA All-American Third Team
- - 2013 All-MIVA First Team
- - 2012, 2014 All-MIVA Second Team
- - Three-time Academic All-MIVA (2011, 12,13)
- - MIVA Defensive Player of the Week four times (Feb. 27, 2012, Feb. 4, 2013, Apr. 8, 2013, Apr. 15, 2013)
- - 2014 Off the Block / Springbak, Inc. Preseason All-American
- - His .422 hitting percentage in 2014 ranks as the 11th-best single season mark in program history
- - Hit a blistering .800 clip (16-0-20) against Ohio State on Mar. 23, 2014 - the hitting percentage is tied for fourth-best by a Cardinal in a match
- - Fourth in Ball State history in career hitting percentage at .410
- - 14th in the program record books in career blocking average at 1.12
- - 16th in school history in career assisted blocks with 287
- - 20th in program history in career total blocks with 343
2014 (Sr.): Earned fourth letter at Ball Sate ... All-MIVA Second Team ... Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. Preseason All-American ... finished the season with a .422 hitting percentage which ranks 11th in school history for single-season attack percentage ... started all 30 matches for the Cardinals, playing in 111 sets ... registered a season-high 16 kills against Ohio State (Mar. 23) ... talied at least five kills in 23 matches, including double-digit markers four times ... hit .300-or-better in 20 matches, with a .500-or-better clip on 13 occassions ... managed a staggering .800 hitting percentage (16-0-20) against Ohio State (Mar. 23) which is tied for the fourth-best hitting percentage in a match for a Cardinal ... got under a career-high six digs against NJIT (Mar. 20) ... put up a season-best eight blocks at Princeton (Feb. 8) ... collected at least one block in all 30 matches he played in including nine matches with five or more blocks.
2013 (Jr.): Earned third letter at Ball State ... All-MIVA First Team ... Academic All-MIVA ... Volleyball Magazine NCAA All-American Third Team ... earned MIVA Defensive Player of the Week honors three times (Feb. 4, Apr. 8, Apr. 15) ... played in and started all 27 matches ... played in 94 of the team's 96 sets ... had the second-best hitting percentage in the nation with a .402 attack percentage ... ranked fifth nationally with a 1.33 blocks-per-set average ... registered a season-high 14 kills versus Lindenwood (Feb. 2) ... tallied at least five kills in 24 matches, including double-digit markers three times ... hit .300-or-better in 20 matches, with a .500-or-better mark on 11 occasions ... tallied a career-high 11 total blocks vs. Quincy (Feb. 1) ... three up three solo blocks in three matches; at Sacred Heart (Jan. 19), versus Loyola-Chicago (Apr. 13) and at Loyola-Chicago in the MIVA Semifinals (Apr. 24) ... collected at least one block in all 27 matches with five-or-more 14 times ... credited with a dig in 12 matches ... knocked in two aces on two occasions; versus Quincy (Feb. 1) and at King (Mar. 16).
2012 (So.): Earned second letter at Ball State ... All-MIVA Second Team ... Academic All-MIVA ... MIVA Defensive Player of the Week (Feb. 27) ... played in all 26 matches, making 25 starts ... played in 94 of the team's 95 sets ... led the team and ranked among the league leaders with a .400 attack percentage ... ranked fifth in the MIVA and 24th nationally with a 1.05 blocks-per-set average ... smashed a career-high 15 kills in BSU's five-set victory over Ohio State (March 8) ... tallied at least four kills in every match he played, including double-digit markers four times ... hit .300-or-better in 20 matches, with .500-or-better marks in nine ... threw up a career-high seven total blocks in three matches; versus George Mason (Jan. 20), versus Park (Feb. 25) and at Grand Canyon (March 10) ... posted a pair of solo blocks in three matches ... tallied at least one block in 24 matches, with five-or-more 10 times ... collected a career-high four digs at IPFW (April 7) ... served up a pair of aces at Pfeiffer (Jan. 28).
2011 (Fr.): Earned first letter at Ball State . . . Academic All-MIVA . . . played in seven matches and 10 sets . . . recorded his first career kill versus Pfeiffer (Feb. 4) and finished the match with three kills on three attempts . . . added a season-high four kills at Princeton (March 12), while also earning a season-best three block assists . . . logged a perfect two-for-two hitting effort against Sacred Heart (March 4) and finished his first season with a .571 (9-1-14) hitting mark . . . tallied his first career solo block at King College (April 26) . . . added a dig at Princeton and King . . . collected nine total blocks in ten sets for a 0.90 blocks-per-set average.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters in volleyball at Indianapolis Cathedral High School for coach Rhonda Low . . . helped guide the program to a 156-8 record over his career, including a 38-3 mark his senior year . . . led the program to three state titles, one state runner-up finish and four regional championships . . . his team was ranked first in the state for 42 weeks over his career, and was ranked as high as 19th nationally his senior year . . . American Volleyball Coaches Association First Team All-American as a senior, as well as the state tournament Most Valuable Performer . . . two-time team MVP, two-time first team all-state and two-time state tournament all-tournament team honoree . . . finished his career with 1,046 kills, including 479 his senior season . . . hit .389 over his career, including a .377 mark as a senior . . . collected 448 career blocks, including 210 solo stuffs . . . served up 47 career aces, while tallying 162 career digs . . . played club volleyball for USAVB . . . team turned in a 21st-place finish at the national tournament his senior year, after a 33rd-place effort his junior year and a 36th-place showing his sophomore campaign . . . also earned three letters in basketball at Indianapolis Cathedral . . . guided team to a 54-13 record over his career, including a 12-7 mark as a senior . . . team captain and all-city honoree as a senior.
PERSONAL: Majoring in actuarial science . . . son of Barry and Brenda Owens . . . graduated with a 4.2 grade-point average and was a member of the High Honor Roll all four years . . . born Nov. 24, 1991 in Indianapolis, Ind.