Future bright for Illinois setter Poulter, “most competitive person I know”

Jordyn Poulter
Jordyn Poulter of Illinois back sets against Wisconsin earlier this season/Craig Pessman photo

What you see is really what you get with Illinois senior setter Jordyn Poulter.
“Jordyn’s probably the most competitive person I know,” Illinois sophomore teammate Megan Cooney says, “and she transfers that to all of us and really gets the fire going in all of us.”
So it might surprise you that such a serious player has such a hearty laugh.
Or that she’s not all volleyball all the time.“I think some people might be interested to know that I play the piano and guitar,” Poulter said. “Self taught.”
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