It has been almost 130 days since the Wisconsin Badgers took down the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the NCAA Women’s Volleyball National Championship… Not that we are counting or anything.
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While you were at home sipping a cup of cocoa and prepping for the holidays, the Badgers were making history. For the first time in program history, Wisconsin is the NCAA Women’s Volleyball Champions. Missed the game? No worries; Cardinal sports reporter Taylor Smith will catch you up with her thrilling recount of the final match.
After taking down both Colgate University and Florida Gulf Coast University this past weekend, the No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers are headed to their ninth-straight Sweet 16 appearance. They are set to face the No. 13 UCLA Bruins at the UW Field House on Thursday.
After sweeping both Colgate University and Florida Gulf Coast University in the first two rounds of playoffs, the Wisconsin Badgers are headed to their ninth Sweet Sixteen in a row.
The regular season has ended for the No. 4 ranked Wisconsin Badgers (25-3) and they are onto the NCAA Championship tournament. The Badgers start off the tournament this Friday at the UW Field House against the Colgate University Raiders (18-9). A win for the Badgers guarantees them a game on Saturday night.
The No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers (20-2, 12-2) have returned home after a two-week long road trip around the Midwest for a weekend of Big Ten matches. On Friday, the Badgers will play a highly anticipated rematch against the Purdue Boilermakers, and on Sunday, they will face the Northwestern Wildcats (11-14, 6-8), one of the teams they swept last weekend.
The Badgers (20-2, 12-2) remain ranked No. 4 after taking down both Northwestern (11-14, 6-8) and Iowa (4-20, 2-12) in three sets each. This ends Wisconsin's long road trip, which started back on Oct. 27 with a sweep against Nebraska.
The no. 4 Wisconsin women’s volleyball team (18-2, 10-2) is on the road yet again, facing two more Big Ten teams before heading back home. They will first face the Northwestern Wildcats (10-13, 5-7) on Friday, before traveling to Iowa on Saturday to face the Hawkeyes (3-19, 1-11) for the second time this season.
The No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers women’s volleyball team has fallen to a Big Ten team for the second time this season, making them now 18-2 and 10-2 in conference play. The Badgers lost in four sets to the now No. 8 Purdue Boilermakers, 25-20, 25-22, 20-25, 28-26, ending their nine-match winning streak.
During an exciting weekend at home, the No. 3 Wisconsin Badgers (17-1) took down No. 6 Ohio State (16-4) in four sets on Friday before beating No. 14 Penn State Nittany Lions (14-6) in a tense five-set duel on Saturday. These results keep Wisconsin at the No. 3 spot, while Ohio State and Penn State dropped to No. 9 and 13, respectively.
After a double sweep in Michigan, the Badger women are heading back home to the UW Fieldhouse to face two ranked Big Ten opponents. No. 3 Wisconsin (15-1) will face No. 8 Ohio State Buckeyes (16-2) on Friday and No. 14 Penn State Nittany Lions (13-5) on Saturday.
After going 2-0 this past weekend, the No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers’ (11-1) volleyball team will continue their Big 10 conference play against the unranked Iowa Hawkeyes (2-12). Wisconsin is 3-1 in conference play and Iowa is 0-4.
After a big sweep against No. 7 Minnesota on Friday night, the No. 5 Wisconsin women’s volleyball team headed down to Urbana-Champaign (11-4) on Sunday afternoon where they took down the Illinois fighting Illini in four sets. The Badgers are now 11-1 overall and 3-1 in the Big 10 Conference.
After a successful weekend at the Field House, the undefeated Badgers (6-0) will travel to DeKalb this weekend to face the Green Bay Phoenix (4-6) and the Northern Illinois Huskies (6-2). The Badgers have been ranked No. 2 once again, after defeating both the reigning National Champions, the Kentucky Wildcats and the Marquette Golden Eagles.
Following the back-to-back sweep of Dayton, the undefeated Wisconsin Badgers volleyball team (4-0) remains ranked No. 2 as they prepare to face the reigning NCAA Champs, the Kentucky Wildcats (5-1), on Friday.