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Sherridan Atkinson (1st team) and Blake Mohler (3rd team) were selected as 2018 AVCA All-Americans, giving Purdue consecutive 1st-team players for the first time ever. Atkinson leaves with two honors (3rd in 2017); Mohler will return for her senior season.
VB edged Iowa 3-2 on Senior Night to send off Sherridan Atkinson, Brooke Peters and Erin Williams with a win. The Boilers travel to Indiana and Illinois before finding out their NCAA destination Sunday at 8:30 PM on ESPNU.
VB eased the sting of a close loss and a sweep over the weekend by landing four solid recruits on Signing Day; they expect to add a couple more later. Purdue finishes its home schedule with Nebraska Friday and Iowa on Saturday for Senior Night.
Volleyball needed every bit of five sets to add an 11th straight P to the Monon Spike; the win boosted them into a third-place tie with Penn State. Up next: Wisconsin and Minnesota on the road.
Volleyball came back from 0-2, 13-20 down to stun #5 Penn State in five sets, as Sherridan Atkinson had a career-high 32 kills at .518 to push her over 1000 for her Purdue career. The Boilers are fifth in the conference and host MSU and Indiana this week in Holloway.
Volleyball completed the sweep of Ohio State, winning 3-0 on Sunday to cap a successful week for Boiler athletics. VB is on the road this weekend, traveling to Rutgers and Penn State.
Volleyball was a point away from going up 2-0 on Penn State; they lost 1-3 but knocked off Iowa 3-2 in Iowa City. The Boilers host Maryland and Ohio State this weekend in Holloway.
VB split for the third straight week, falling in straight sets at #12 Michigan before topping MSU in four. The Boilers face 8th-ranked Penn State in Holloway and #24 Iowa in Iowa City this week.
Volleyball moved to 13-2 overall with a four-set win over Maryland and a sweep at home by Wisconsin; they’ll look to stay at or above .500 in conference play in matches at Michigan and Michigan State this weekend.
Volleyball survived two five-set scares and swept Alabama in Tuscaloosa to move to 11-0; they’ll defend that mark against conference rivals Illinois and Northwestern this weekend in Holloway.
VB moved to 8-0 and #13 in Massey by winning the Stacey Clark Classic last weekend, capped by a five-set thriller over Louisville. They’ll play in the Crimson-White Tournament at Alabama this weekend.
Volleyball moved to 5-0 with 3-1 wins over Oakland and Notre Dame. They’ll look to improve on last year’s 7-1 start in this weekend’s Stacey Clark Classic as they host Xavier, Lipscomb and Louisville.
Volleyball started its 2018 season just like 2017, posting three straight sweeps to begin 3-0 for the seventh time in nine seasons. Sherridan Atkinson led the way with 46 kills, hitting .409 for the weekend. The #18 Boilers are home against Oakland and Notre Dame this weekend.
A solid recruiting class, two All-Americans departing via graduation, middle blockers everywhere and two untested setters. Can the Boilers post another 20-win season? zlionsfan says yes.
VB's hopes for hosting NCAA tournament matches may have been dashed with a 1-3 loss at Michigan Saturday; they'll get a chance at revenge tonight in Holloway, and they close the regular season Friday vs. Michigan State.
Volleyball pulled off back-to-back upsets last week, dropping #3 Minnesota in four sets and #15 Wisconsin in straight sets to move to 10-6 in conference play and 20-7 overall. They travel to Rutgers and Michigan this week before ending the regular season at home against Michigan and MSU.
Volleyball played #4 Nebraska close for four sets before losing in Lincoln, then held off Iowa in a five-set thriller to move to 8-6 in conference play and 18-7 overall. The Boilers host #3 Minnesota and #15 Wisconsin this weekend in Holloway.
Volleyball split last weekend, sweeping Ohio State and losing to Maryland in 5 sets. The Boilers are 17-6 overall, 7-5 in conference play, and travel to Nebraska and Iowa this week.
Volleyball got the results we expected, losing 1-3 to #1 Penn State and sweeping Rutgers. They'll visit Ohio State and Maryland next.