PURDUE BOILERMAKERS WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
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Home Games: Holloway Gymnasium
Head Coach: Dave Shondell
Notable Alumni: Jane (Neff) Myers, Marianne (Smith) Orr, Carol Dewey
Rivals: Indiana Hoosiers
Purdue Boilermakers Women's Volleyball TicketsThe Purdue Boilermakers volleyball team has collected numerous AIAW and NCAA tournament appearances over the years: 22 to be exact. The Boilermakers have also won three NCAA Big Ten championships back in the 1980s. In the 1990s and early 2000s, the team suffered a 10-plus year absence from NCAA tournament play but got back on track in 2004 when they made it to the NCAA second round. Since that year, the Boilermakers have only missed two years of tournament appearances. Equally impressive as their post-hiatus tournament record is the list of recent alumni and current star players on the Boilermakers' roster, including Grace Cleveland, who was a sophomore in 2019. As a freshman, Cleveland posted 10-plus kills over the course of 13 games, including 19 of them while playing Iowa. Blake Mohler, a senior in 2019, earned a sixth-place Big Ten ranking, thanks to her impressive hitting record that consisted of 316 kills and 623 attacks. Get your Purdue Boilermakers women's volleyball tickets today at StubHub.
What conference do the Purdue Boilermakers play in?The Purdue Boilermakers women's volleyball team plays in Division I of the NCAA and is a member of the Big Ten Conference. Other notable teams in their league include the University of Wisconsin Badgers, the Penn State Nittany Lions and the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Who is the Purdue Boilermakers' head coach?Dave Shondell is the fourth head coach of the Purdue Boilermakers volleyball team. He joined the team back in 2003 after the Boilermakers had failed to make it to NCAA tournament play for over 13 years in a row. By 2004, under Shondell's guidance, the team finally made it back to the NCAA Tournament. That year, the Boilermakers produced a respectable 17-15 record and beat out four teams that were ranked in the top 25. The next year, the Boilermakers posted an impressive record of 25-9 (the most wins for the team since 1985) and made it to the NCAA's Sweet Sixteen, which they hadn't done since 1987. A few years later in 2010, Shondell led the Boilermakers to their first NCAA Elite Eight appearance since 1982, beating a fifth-ranked opponent for the first time ever in Boilermaker history and producing an overall record of 24-11. Since then, the Boilermakers have had numerous 20-win seasons and tournament appearances.
Who are the Purdue Boilermakers' biggest rivals?The rivalry between Purdue and Indiana can be traced back to 1975. As of 2019, the Boilermakers are the dominant team between the two, boasting 68 wins and 34 losses. In 1981, the Monon Spike was introduced, which is a trophy that is given to the winning team at the end of the two yearly matches. It's a block of wood with a golden railroad spike embedded in it.
What was the Purdue Boilermakers' 2019 record?The Boilermakers went 24-8 in 2019, which was an impressive pct of .750. During conference play, the pct was .700, which reflected a record of 14-6. During home games, the Boilermakers delivered the goods and posted a 15-2 record. While playing away, their record was 8-6.
Where can I get Purdue Boilermakers women's basketball tickets?You can find Purdue Boilermakers women's basketball tickets at StubHub, where your purchases are safeguarded by FanProtect. Additionally at StubHub, you'll have the opportunity to view the location of your seats in relation to the court, which means you'll know exactly where you'll be sitting before you get to the game.
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