A unanimous vote by the Conference USA Board of Directors has officially canceled all spring sport competition and championships, effective immediately, the league office announced on Monday.
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The NCAA released a string of memos Friday that will have a major impact on WKU’s intercollegiate athletic programs going forward, and WKU Athletics spokesman Zach Greenwell also gave the Herald an update on the athletic department’s current practice plans in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
WKU athletic director Todd Stewart addressed the media following the cancellation of the Conference USA Tournament and indefinite suspension of all the league’s spring sports Thursday, fielding questions about how the university's athletic department will handle the coronavirus outbreak movi…
Conference USA has officially suspended all spring sport competition for league institutions until further notice, effective immediately, the league office announced on Thursday afternoon.
WKU volleyball head coach Travis Hudson has added former Lady Topper standout Jessica Lucas to his coaching staff and shifted assistants Craig Bere and Kristi Griffin, the program announced Tuesday.
For the fourth time in the last five seasons, the WKU volleyball program will be represented at the U.S. Women’s Volleyball National Team Open Tryouts in Colorado Springs, Colorado, as Paige Briggs and Lauren Matthews will vie for a chance to wear their country's colors.
While sitting at the head of a semesterly roundtable discussion in the Adams-Whitaker Student Publications Center, WKU President Timothy Caboni appeared calm and collected as he fielded a barrage of questions from the College Heights Herald Editorial Board.After discussing topics ranging fro…
Sophomore Lauren Matthews has been named an Honorable Mention All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association, the organization announced Wednesday.
The WKU volleyball team already had an NCAA-best 23 sweeps during the 2019 season, but the Lady Toppers added one more sweep to their impressive résumé when the program received six combined All-Region honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association on Tuesday morning.
The WKU volleyball team (32-2) battled until the very end on Friday night, but the Lady Toppers couldn’t keep themselves from stumbling against in-state rival Louisville (21-9) for the second time this season in the NCAA Volleyball Tournament Second Round.