Kelli Bates was pivotal for the Badgers win over the Buckeyes.
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No. 2 Wisconsin (16-1 Big Ten, 25-2 overall) continued its winning streak after defeating No. 10 Illinois (13-4, 21-7) in four sets Wednesday night at the UW Field House.
Volleyball coach Kelly Sheffield has No. 2 Wisconsin rolling lately, winning 15 straight matches to earn a 24-2 record.
It was a good week to be a Badger fan. The football team dominated Nebraska to remain tied with Minnesota for first in the Big Ten West. Men’s basketball raised last season’s Final Four banner and dominated both of its opponents.
Haleigh Nelson led the Badgers in kills and blocks, anchoring a dominant front line that’s driven an amazing winning streak.
Courtney Thomas was critical to Wisconsin’s win Wednesday.
No. 4 Wisconsin (14-1 Big Ten, 23-2 overall) dispatched pesky Michigan (6-9, 11-14) in three sets Wednesday at the UW Fieldhouse by the scores of 25-19, 26-24 and 25-18.
Freshman Kelli Bates has been a key player for UW, starting 17 matches and ranking second on the team in kills per set.
Ellen Chapman led a Badger offense that swept Michigan State.
Sophomore setter Lauren Carlini dominated against Purdue, recording a stellar 42 assists. The Badgers head to Indiana this Saturday as they look for their 11th straight victory.
No. 4 Wisconsin (10-1 Big Ten, 19-2 overall) defeated No. 13 Purdue (8-3, 18-5) Wednesday night, as the Badgers swept the Boilermakers 28-26, 25-16 and 25-19 to increase their winning streak to 10 games.
Haleigh Nelson has been the UW’s top blocker over a time when they have been the best defensive front line in the Big Ten.
Senior outside hitter Ellen Chapman (left) and the Badgers have won nine in a row and are now ranked No. 4 in the country.
Courtney Thomas (left) led the attack over a premier opponent with 10 kills.
No. 5 Wisconsin (8-1 Big Ten, 17-2 overall) swept Iowa (1-8, 9-11) Wednesday night at the Field House to extend its winning streak to eight.
Sophomore Lauren Carlini is 10th in the NCAA in assists per game, with an average of 11.44.
Riding a seven-game winning streak, No. 5 Wisconsin (7-1 Big Ten, 16-2 overall) will look to extend its win streak this Wednesday when Iowa (1-7, 9-10) comes to the Field House.