The WKU volleyball team claimed its second consecutive Conference USA tournament championship in as many years in the league on Sunday.
The Lady Topper basketball team claimed a two-point win over the University of Louisville on Saturday afternoon in Diddle Arena after officially starting their season with a loss on the road to Ball State last Thursday.
The Seawolves of Stony Brook and the Hilltoppers both came in to Diddle Arena on Saturday hungry to get back on track. WKU lost on the road to Belmont and Stony Brook fell to the 17th-ranked Vanderbilt Commodores Thursday night in Nashville.
While the majority of NCAA women’s basketball teams in the country already have at least one game in the books, WKU has yet to play its first game of the season.
It was an emotional Saturday in Diddle Arena last weekend as the senior trio of middle hitter Noelle Langenkamp and outside hitters Haley Bodway and Rachel Engle said goodbye to Hilltopper nation on senior day in the final home game of their careers.
The WKU basketball team won its first game of the 2015-2016 season Saturday night as it defeated the Campbellsville University Tigers 97-77.