A pair of all-around efforts helped senior setter Lyndie Haddock-Eppich lead BYU to a pair of victories of Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine en route to VolleyMob Player of the Week honors.
This week’s Missouri Valley Conference Players of the Week are Valpo’s Ally Cummings, Illinois State’s Courtney Pence and Bradley’s Hannah Thompson.
This week’s Missouri Valley Conference Players of the Week are UNI’s Karlie Taylor, Illinois State’s Courtney Pence and Bradley’s Hannah Thompson.
UNI continued its impressive streak to 9 wins in a row. The Panthers are perfect in Missouri Valley Conference play (9-0) and stand at 15-6 overall. Illinois State stayed in 2nd at 7-1 with a sweep of Loyola Saturday.
UNI holds a one game lead over Valparaiso and Illinois State after the third week of Missouri Valley league play. The Panthers are in action Monday night against Evansville.
Nebraska’s Melissa Foecke is one of 30 players who have been nominated for the senior CLASS award.
The Missouri Valley Conference, which finished its third weekend of non-conference action with a 20-13 record, begins a Week 4 slate including five Top 25 matchups with Evansville vs. Tennessee State.
Missouri Valley teams combined to post a 20-11 record during the opening weekend of the 2018 volleyball season despite playing on the road. Drake and Evansville led the pack with 3-0 marks.
UNI’s Karlie Taylor and Illinois State’s Courtney Pence made the MVC honor roll for the week as player and defensive player of the week respectively. Indiana State setter Makayla Knoblauch was named the top rookie.
As 2018 approaches, here is a look at the both the active career leaders and those set to join the 1,000 kill club, 1,000 dig club and 500 block club in the coming weeks.