IU volleyball is in the final stretch of its season with just four games left. The two games this weekend are the final road games of the season, as IU faces Michigan State (12-15, 4-12) and No. 20 Michigan (21-7, 10-6) on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
One reason the Hoosiers might have had additional success this season is because of assistant coaches Nancy Mueller and Paul Koncir, who are in their first years.
The IU volleyball team heads east for possibly one of the its toughest road trips of the year. The Hoosiers (17-5, 5-5) take on No. 9 Penn State (17-4, 7-3) on Friday and Ohio State (17-6, 5-5) on Saturday.
Sophomore Lindsay Enterline was recruited to play basketball. After two years under coach Felisha Legette-Jack, Enterline joined the school’s volleyball team in August.
The IU volleyball team (14-4, 2-4) travels to Wisconsin (11-6, 0-6) on Friday and No. 8 Illinois (13-3, 5-1) on Saturday.
The 2010 season is Sherry Dunbar's fourth as IU volleyball coach, and the impression that she has made on her program is already showing, Kevin Bowen writes.
IU defeated Penn State, the three-time defending national champion, for the first time in school history after going 0-39 in the last 28 years against the Nittany Lions.
It’s all about pink for the IU volleyball match on Friday. The team’s first game of this weekend, a contest against Ohio State (14-3) at 7 p.m., is being dubbed “Dig Pink Night,” raising awareness for breast cancer.