Oct. 27, 2012
Indiana Volleyball (10-14, 2-10) fell to Michigan (17-9, 5-7) in three sets (25-15, 32-30, 25-17). The Hoosiers got a great night from Jordan Haverly, who finished with 17 kills.
Haverly had 17 kills and two blocks in the match, averaging just under six kills a set. The Hoosiers got eight blocks in the match to just six for Michigan, with Sam Thrower and Morgan Leach each adding four. Caitlin Hansen led the IU back court with 12 digs.
Indiana reeled off six straight points after falling behind 23-18 in the first set and went on to win the frame 26-24. The Hoosiers got four kills each from Haverly and Morgan Leach in the set, while Granado had six digs and Marschall was in on all four of IU's blocks.
Haverly was the only Hoosier to get going in the first set, getting six of IU's nine kills, as the Wolverines won 25-15. Hansen added four digs in the frame.
The second set was a seesaw affair, with 14 ties in the match that went to Michigan 32-30. IU fought off five match points and had three of its own before Molly Toon was able to finish the set with consecutive kills for U of M. Haverly had seven kills in the set with just one error. IU had six blocks in the frame with Thrower adding three.
The third set saw Michigan jump out to an early lead and cruise out to a 19-10 advantage before IU started to rally. The Hoosiers rally was too late, and Michigan closed the match out 25-17. Haverly had four kills.
Next weekend the Hoosiers head to the Land of Lincoln to play at Northwestern and at Illinois on Friday and Saturday respectively. For complete coverage of all things IU volleyball, stay tuned to IUHoosiers.com.