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Volleyball roles, and Pink Out

At the weekly IPFW volleyball luncheon Wednesday at the Northcrest Pizza Hut, men's volleyball coach Arnie Ball and players Anthony Randolph and Kevin Villela talked about how players are finding their roles two weeks into the season.

The Mastodons (2-2) split an East Coast trip last weekend, winning at Sacred Heart, then losing to New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark.

IPFW has one match this weekend. It plays host to Lourdes on Friday at 7 p.m., at the Gates Center.

Pink-out details

The university will hold a news conference Jan. 30 at 10:30 a.m. in

Kettler Hall, Room 154, where details of the sixth annual Pink Out will be

released. Featured speakers will include IPFW

chancellor Vicky Carwein, athletic director Tommy Bell and

executive director of the Vera Bradley Foundation, Catherine Hill.

The Pink Out, which encourages fans to wear pink during IPFW athletic events, helps raise awareness of breast cancer, and celebrates breast cancer survivors.

For more information, contact Susan Alderman, media director, at

260 481-6165, 260 452-9141, or