The Penn State women's volleyball team swept Indiana, 3-0 (25-14, 25-23, 25-12).
The Nittany Lions set the pace the entire match. They stumbled in only the second game, but they ultimately came out with a win.
Indiana struggled offensively all night, never hitting over .200 in a game. The Hoosiers' defenders had trouble handling the Lions' attacks and serves.
Deja McClendon had one of the best matches hitting-wise of her career, tallying 13 kills on 28 attacks with no errors. Ariel Scott complemented McClendon's performance with 15 kills of her own.
"I thought Deja and A-Scott had a good night attacking," Rose said. "Lacey Fuller came in and had a few serves and started dancing. Always good to have a little energy out there."
In the last home weekend of their career, coach Russ Rose put his two lone seniors -- outside hitter Katie Kabbes and defensive specialist Megan Shifflett -- in for several rallies. Kabbes had two kills and Shifflett notched a dig.
The Lions play their last regular season home match Saturday at 7 p.m against Purdue.