The Boilermakers lead the overall series, which is the oldest in volleyball program history, 66-34 through the 2017 season.
Beginning with the 1993-94 season, the Purdue and Indiana women's basketball teams have played an annual game for the Barn Burner Trophy.
The Tomahawk Service and Leadership Honorary at Purdue and Illini Pride now share the maintenance duty.
Purdue leads the Cannon series 35-29-2, including 10 wins in the last 13 matchups.
Hall, had discovered the Cannon in its hiding place - in a culvert near the old Illinois field - and confiscated it before the Purdue students could start their "booming" celebration.
Later, Hall moved the Cannon to his farmhouse near Milford, Illinois, where it survived a fire and gathered dust until Hall suggested it be used as a trophy between the two schools when the rivalry was resumed in 1943 after a 12-year lapse.
The traveling trophy is similar in concept to football's Old Oaken Bucket, volleyball's Monon Spike and soccer's Golden Boot.
Notre Dame won the most-recent meeting 30-14 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis in 2014, and the two schools will next meet in 2020.A little incentive was added to the series in 1981 with the creation of the Monon Spike.The traveling trophy is presented to the winning team after one of the two annual matches.Indiana won the most-recent game 74-60 in Bloomington on Jan. In the overall series, Indiana won 17 of the first 19 meetings from 1976 to 1986, but Purdue has turned the tables by winning 52 of the last 63 - including 12 of 15, 17 of 22, 23 of 29 and 32 of 39 - to take a 54-28 advantage through the 2016-17 season, including a 66-60 victory in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament.The Golden Boot is on the line each time the Purdue and Indiana women's soccer teams meet.