Eight games remain for the Badgers, who are holding on to a very narrow edge atop the Big Ten standings.
The No. 21 Wisconsin Badgers (8-5 Big Ten, 14-6 overall) are hoping to break out of their slump tonight visiting the Nebraska Cornhuskers (0-7 Big Ten, 4-10 overall) who are winless in their last 24 Big Ten games, dating back to 2019.
Another sweep for the Badgers has them in first place in the Big Ten as the season closes in on its final games.
The Badgers didn't lose a single set to the Scarlet Knights over the course of two games.
The No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers (8-4 Big Ten, 14-5 overall) travel to Champaign, Illinois Saturday afternoon to take on the No. 12 Illinois Fighting Illini (8-3 Big Ten, 12-5 overall) in a battle between two of the top four Big Ten teams.
The Badgers will take on the No. 2 Golden Gophers in Minneapolis in an enormous weekend series.
The two top teams in the WCHA face off in Minneapolis on Friday and Saturday. Last time around, the Badgers swept the Gophers in LaBahn Arena.
The Badgers swept the Scarlet Knights, but that wasn't enough to satisfy them.
The Badgers had a long and eventful week, and it's only going to get tougher from here on out.
Johnny Davis shows out, Nate Reuvers reaches 1,000 points as Badgers get revenge win over Nittany LionsBy Nathan Denzin | Feb. 2
After a disappointing loss to Penn State last week, the No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers (8-4 Big Ten, 14-5 overall) came back to dominate the Nittany Lions (3-7 Big Ten, 6-8 overall) Tuesday night 72-56 at the Kohl Center.
Wisconsin's wins keep coming thanks to a solid weekend from a star-studded first line.
Unranked Illinois (2-2) put the first blemish on No. 1 Wisconsin’s (4-0) record, pushing them to 4 sets on Saturday 27-25, 25-20, 21-25, 25-12.
Sitting at 7-5, Wisconsin needs to string some wins together if they hope to get back to the top of the Big Ten standings. A two game series against a mediocre Michigan State team this weekend should play right in the Badgers' favor.
Sheffield's rotation included some new faces, but the results held the same: another dominant win for the nation's top volleyball team this spring.
Kelly Sheffield and the Badgers will take on the Illini in Urbana-Champaign for a weekend series.
One of Wisconsin's two top-ranked teams swept No. 13 Purdue over the weekend.
A burst of third period scoring wasn't enough for Wisconsin to come back from a disastrous first period Friday night.