#17 Purdue finished their regular season in style with a four-set win over #11 Michigan State on Senior Night in West Lafayette, Indiana.
The 1,000 kill club has swollen to 142 members, while the 1,000 dig club expanded to 225. The elite 1,000/1,000 club has increased to 32 active members.
Michigan State is on the road for the final week of the regular season, heading to Indiana to take on both Purdue and the Hoosiers.
There are only currently six active members of the 1,000 kill/500 block club, but that group is set to grow by at least one during Week 13 action with Michigan State’s Alyssa Garvelink just 10 kills away.
Georgetown’s Alyssa Sinnette was the most recent addition to the 1,000 kill club, joining the group on Sunday. She was the second Hoya to reach the milestone on Week 12 alongside Symone Speech.
With #11 Michigan State’s sweep of Northwestern on Saturday, Spartans’ head coach Cathy George became the winningest coach in program history.
Michigan State has its final two-game home weekend of the season with visits from Illinois and Northwestern on tap.
Late rallies, an efficient offense and timely blocks lifted No. 1 Penn State past No. 10 Michigan State in four sets, clinching the Nittany Lions a key win in the Big Ten Conference race.
Four Spartans recorded double-digit kills as the #10 Michigan State Spartans defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes in four sets.
Nebraska took down Michigan State on the road, to make it the first time that the Spartans have lost on their home court this season.