Wisconsin took down Northwestern in three consecutive sets to set the tone for their conference. The Badgers then traveled to Minnesota to face the No. 8 ranked team in the nation on Sunday night – where they fell 0-3 to the Gophers.
The No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers hosted the No. 16 Florida Gators in the first Kohl Center volleyball game in 24 years. Although the Badgers broke the NCAA attendance record for a regular season game, they fell to the Gators in five sets.
With a few matches played in the 2022 season, the Wisconsin Badgers have already begun their quest to defend last year’s national championship. The loss of key players will create challenges, but the Badgers have repeatedly shown what it takes to sustain success.
Missed the final match? No worries; Cardinal sports reporter Taylor Smith will catch you up with her thrilling recount of the final match.
The Badgers will kick off their NCAA Tournament play this Friday at the UW Field House against the Colgate University Raiders.
Wisconsin returns home to face Purdue and Northwestern for the second time this season, with Purdue being a highly anticipated shot at redemption.
The Badgers dominated on the road yet another weekend in a row, defeating both Iowa and Northwestern in three sets each.
Wisconsin hits the road for another busy weekend of match-play, starting with the Wildcats on Friday night and followed by the Hawkeyes on Saturday night.
Wisconsin’s nine-match winning streak comes to an end after being defeated by Purdue in four sets.
The Wisconsin volleyball team captured wins over two ranked conference foes this past weekend, including a come-from-behind five-set win over Penn State.
Following a march through the state of Michigan, Wisconsin welcomes two ranked Big Ten opponents this week in No. 8 Ohio State and No. 14 Penn State.
The Badgers will attempt to continue their home winning streak in the Wisconsin Field House on Wednesday against the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Wisconsin defeated Minnesota in three sets with the help of freshman powerhouse Julia Orzol.
The Badgers will start off their weekend on Friday by playing against upstate rivals, the Green Bay Phoenix.
Wisconsin football and women’s volleyball will both benefit from the return of several players who were expected to graduate last May.