IU volleyball, 3-11, swept Maryland, 2-10, on Friday night to earn its first home win of the season, playing strong and keeping energy high. It was unable to repeat that Saturday and fell in four close sets.
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IU volleyball, 2-10 after their most recent loss to No. 11 Purdue, will face Maryland at home this weekend. Maryland is 1-9 on the season with their only win coming against Michigan.
IU volleyball was swept in three sets by Purdue for the second time on Sunday after losing in three sets Tuesday. The Hoosiers are now 2-10 on the season.
IU volleyball fell in three sets to Purdue on Tuesday night, extending its losing streak to five and putting its season record at 2-9.
IU volleyball will face Purdue Tuesday with a losing record of 70-34. IU is 2-8 on the season after falling to No. 8 Penn State, while Purdue is 6-4, most recently beating Northwestern.
IU volleyball faced No. 8 Penn State this weekend, losing in four sets on Friday and three on Saturday. Penn State improved to 4-3 while IU dropped to 2-8.
IU volleyball will face No. 8 Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania, this weekend. Penn State is 2-2 on the season, and IU is 2-6 after losing two matches to No. 1 Wisconsin last weekend.
IU volleyball faced No. 1 Wisconsin this weekend, losing in three straight sets Friday and Saturday. Wisconsin remains undefeated while IU is now 2-6.
IU volleyball is slated to face No. 1 Wisconsin on Friday and Saturday at Wilkinson Hall after two consecutive weekends on the road.
IU volleyball recorded its second win of the season Saturday against Iowa. After falling 3-1 the night before, the Hoosiers came back to win 3-2 .
After earning its first win of the season last weekend against Rutgers, IU volleyball is looking to carry that momentum into its second away match in a row against 0-4 Iowa.
IU volleyball recorded its first win of the season Saturday against Rutgers in New Brunswick, New Jersey, after losing in four sets Friday afternoon. IU improved to 1-3 on the season with Saturday’s win.
IU volleyball lost both matches to No. 5 Nebraska last weekend, putting the Hoosiers at 0-2 on the season.
In their first weekend of play in over one year, IU volleyball fell in three straight sets two nights in a row to No. 5 Nebraska. The Hoosiers finished the weekend with a combined hitting percentage of .188 and a total of 57 kills.
IU volleyball will take on the Nebraska Cornhuskers in its season opener at home Friday. Nebraska has four seniors on its roster — three more than Indiana — and is currently ranked No. 5 in the nation in the AVCA Coaches poll.
The final schedule for IU volleyball sets the team up to open its season hosting Nebraska at Wilkinson Hall Jan. 22. This home series is one of five, with others against Wisconsin, Maryland, Northwestern and Ohio State.
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