VB: UNI Brews Up Wins in Milwaukee

The UNI Panther volleyball team won two of three matches in Milwaukee over the weekend during the Marquette Invitational. Friday evening, the Panthers swept Saint Louis 25-23, 25-16, and 25-22. In a close first set, UNI overcame a 19-16 deficit and recorded five of the final seven points to prevail. Karlie Taylor led the team…read more »


VB: Wins Bookend Mizzou Trip

The UNI Panther volleyball team won the first and last matches during a four-game trip to Columbia, Missouri, over the weekend, with a pair of losses in between. Friday afternoon, UNI topped UMKC in four sets, 25-10, 25-12, 23-25, 25-18, led by Karlie Taylor with 24 kills. During the featured Friday evening match versus the…read more »


VB: Cyclones Top Panthers in Four

The ball kept going to Karlie Taylor Tuesday, and the UNI senior led all players with a match-high 24 kills, but it wasn’t enough. The Iowa State Cyclone Volleyball team defeated the UNI Panthers, 3-sets-to-1 (25-18, 25-19, 24-26, 25-21). Taylor attempted 71 attacks, tying for the fourth-highest total ever for a Panther during a four-set…read more »


VB: Panthers Downed by Ranked Opposition

The UNI Panthers hosted three top-25 opponents at the McLeod Center over the weekend for the only non-conference matches on the 2019 home schedule. The visitors came out on top each time. Friday evening, #23 Creighton prevailed in five sets 19-25, 25-22, 25-22, 18-25, 15-11.  The Panthers’ Kate Busswitz had a strong performance days after…read more »

VB: MVC Buzzes Over Busswitz

The Missouri Valley Conference named University of Northern Iowa middle blocker Kate Busswitz the MVC Volleyball Player of the Week. The redshirt junior helped the Panthers to wins on the road against Liberty and Texas State on Saturday. UNI fell against the University of Texas on Friday evening. Busswitz had 40 kills on 80 attacks,…read more »


VB: Panthers Take Two During Texas “Three Step”

From UNI Athletics Media Relations The UNI Panther volleyball team was defeated by one of the nation’s top teams on Friday, but recovered to win a pair of matches on Saturday. The Panthers took on the #4 Texas Longhorns in Gregory Gym Friday night. The Panthers fell 19-25, 25-22, 23-25, 19-25 in the opening match…read more »