Two Daktronics LED video boards have been installed at Holloway Gymnasium this summer: one on both the north and south walls of the facility.
Both are 26 feet wide by 11.5 feet high with a 6-millimeter display, the same as the Mackey Arena center-hung video board, according to Purdue sports officials.
"We are so fortunate to play in a wonderful facility with Belin Court in Holloway Gymnasium," Purdue volleyball head coach Dave Shondell said in a press release. "The opportunity to give our great fans an additional amenity with these two video boards is tremendous."
The video boards were made possible thanks to a lead gift by the Vorst family.
Holloway Gymnasium, formerly the Intercollegiate Athletic Facility, has been home to the Boilermakers since opening in 1982. Purdue coaches believe Holloway delivers a home-court advantage, with the volleyball team winning 66 percent of their matches in the building through the 2018 season (371-190 record).
Purdue opens the season Sept. 1 against Ohio.
The Boilermakers sold out nine of their 18 home matches in 2018 and ranked 13th nationally with an average of 2,217 fans per game (97 percent capacity).
Holloway also is the home of Purdue wrestling.