Purdue comes into the toughest stretch of the their schedule on a seven-game win streak; Boilers face #8 Wisconsin and #3 Minnesota this weekend before hosting #6 Nebraska next week.
The Boilers are on a win streak and will look to extend it at home this week as they take on Michigan State and Indiana.
The Boilers are back home this weekend to take on the Terrapins and Buckeyes as they are in the midst of one of their easiest stretches in conference play.
No. 14 Purdue faces another ranked Big Ten team this weekend. This time it’s the only other ranked Big Ten team who is outside the Top 10, No. 16 Michigan.
Purdue struggled with ball control all night long and had untimely errors as twice the Boilers led the lead slip away late, losing in four sets.
Purdue is on the road in Alabama this weekend to take on the Tide, Southern Miss and South Alabama. Bama will be the first ranked team Purdue has faced this season.
Purdue’s size and athleticism proved to be the difference as High Point struggled to hit past the Boiler block. Next, Boilers face host, No.11 Utah for trip to Sweet Sixteen.
No. 21 Purdue handed No. 10 Wisconsin their first three-set loss of the season as the Boilers beat their second top ten foe in consecutive days.
Purdue Volleyball signed four athletes who all have been named to PrepVolleyball’s top 100 seniors list. Boilers host two top 10 foes this weekend in Holloway, No. 5 Minnesota and No. 10 Wisconsin.
Purdue (15-5, 5-4) forced Penn State (18-1, 8-1) to go an extra set before falling 3-1. Penn State’s offense was too much for Purdue as a couple hitters exceeded their season averages.