WKU (10-4), (3-2, C-USA) defeated the Marshall Thundering Herd (7-3), (1-2, C-USA) in a high scoring affair 81-73 with a career high night from junior Charles Bassey and a season-high performance from senior Josh Anderson.
WKU Volleyball has added four matches to the 2021 spring non-conference season schedule, Jessica Leifheit, Associate Director of WKU Athletic Communications and Media Relations announced Friday in an email.
WKU has new faces on its coaching staff ahead of the 2021 regular season. Defensive coordinator Clayton White announced his departure from the Hill on Jan. 9 and will be the new DC at the University of South Carolina.
Healthy on the Hill precautions will look the same this spring as students prepare for the first day of classes Tuesday, and WKU President Timothy Caboni said he’s encouraged by what he saw in the fall.
The Lady Toppers (2-7), (1-2, C-USA) opened their weekend series with an 81-54 loss against Marshall (3-4), (2-3, C-USA). This is the first time that Marshall has taken down WKU in the regular season. On March 10, 2016, The Herd took down WKU 66-63 in the postseason.
After losing two of its last three games, WKU (9-4), (2-2, C-USA) takes on Marshall (7-2), (1-1, C-USA) this weekend in a home and home split series.