After a stunning loss to unranked Illinois on Sunday, the Badgers are looking to kick off the second half of the Big Ten season with a bang.
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As the fans filed into the UW Fieldhouse Sunday for the No. 16 Badgers’ (6-4 Big Ten, 17-5 overall) matchup with the Illinois Fighting Illini (5-5, 9-11), there was considerably more orange than red. On a weekend where Halloween took center-stage, this difference in fan support seemed to be a bad omen, as the Illini knocked out the Badgers 3-1.
For the first time since 2007, the Wisconsin volleyball team took down No. 7 Minnesota 18-25, 25-21, 25-20 and 25-20 last night at the UW Fieldhouse. The Badgers (6-3 Big Ten, 17-4 overall) have surpassed their conference win total from 2012.
After being swept by No. 16 Michigan at home on Friday night, the Badger volleyball team was looking to bounce back against No. 5 Michigan State on Sunday.
Wisconsin’s volleyball team fell to No. 16 Michigan on Friday’s match at the UW Fieldhouse. The Wolverines swept the Badgers 28-26, 25-20, and 25-21, dropping Wisconsin (15-4 overall, 4-3 Big Ten) to fifth place in the conference and tied with Northwestern.
After a four-match stretch on the road, the Wisconsin volleyball team (4-2 Big Ten, 15-3 overall) returns to the UW Field House this weekend to take on No. 16 Michigan (2-4, 12-5) and No. 5 Michigan State (6-0, 17-1).
Despite being down after the first set, the No. 19 Wisconsin volleyball team (4-1 Big Ten, 15-2 overall) came back and defeated No. 14 Ohio State (2-4, 14-4) 3-2 in Columbus Friday night. The win allowed UW to maintain third place in the Big Ten.
Wisconsin volleyball (3-1 Big Ten, 14-2 overall) has two road games this weekend, Friday at No. 14 Ohio State and Saturday at No. 4 Penn State. These are the final two games of the Badgers’ four game road trip. It’s also their first road trip of the conference season.
After dropping the first set against Iowa, the Badgers won three straight to win the match. More consitency will be needed against No. 10 Nebraska.
The Wisconsin volleyball team is now 3-0 in the Big Ten (14-1 overall) for the first time since 2007 after defeating Iowa on Wednesday. The Badgers now hit the road to play No. 10 Nebraska (0-2, 9-2) Saturday night at 7 p.m.
In their first match since returning to the national rankings, the No. 23 Badgers (3-0 Big Ten, 14-1 overall) continued their winning ways by defeating Iowa (0-3, 9-6) 17-25, 25-19, 25-17, 25-20 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
Junior outside hitter Deme Morales has played in all 14 matches for the Badgers this season, leading the team in assists with 414 while tallying 123 total kills so far.
Freshman setter Lauren Carlini, last year’s Gatorade High School National Player of the Year, sends up one of her 31 assists Friday night at the University of Wisconsin Field House.
Coming off an impressive run in nonconference play, the Wisconsin volleyball team (2-0 Big Ten, 13-1 overall) looked to get off to a winning start in conference play in the tough Big Ten.
Junior outside hitter Ellen Chapman has played in every set so far this season and has double-digit kills in 11 of her 12 matches, earning her 3.89 kills per set.
The Wisconsin Women’s volleyball team (11-1) opens up Big Ten play Friday at the UW Field House in Madison, WI., against No. 20 Purdue (9-2).