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Heritage graduate Lindsay Enterline is making the move from the basketball to volleyball court. A member of the Indiana women's basketball team the last two years, she will play volleyball for the Hoosiers this fall.

"We are excited to have Lindsay join the volleyball family," volleyball coach Sherry Dunbar said in a statement. "She has already been in the IU family for two years, but this will be a new direction for her. In the time I've spent with Lindsay, I've been very impressed with her focus, passion and love for Indiana and am excited to start training her during preseason."

Enterline was a four-time letterwinner in volleyball, basketball and softball at Heritage. She earned all-conference volleyball honors in each of her four seasons and was named to the all-area team three times. Enterline left Heritage as the all-time leader in kills, attack percentage, digs and blocks.

Enterline, a6-foot-0 outside hitter, spent the past two seasons on the basketball team. She played in 26 games as a freshman in 2008-09 and averaged 1.5 points per game. She shot 40 percent from 3-point territory. A knee injury forced her to miss last season.