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Saturday, June 15, 2024

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Wisconsin set for another NCAA Tournament run

Wisconsin (16-4 Big Ten, 24-6 overall) will make its third-straight NCAA tournament appearance as the No. 6 seeded Badgers take on Oregon (10-10 Pac-12, 16-13 overall) in first-round action Thursday night at the UW Field House.

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UW takes down Michigan

No. 11 Wisconsin (11-4 Big Ten, 19-6 overall) won their rematch against Michigan (6-9, 16-10) 25-20, 25-19, 25-19 at Cliff Keen Arena in Ann Arbor, Mich., sweeping the Wolverines for the second time in five days.


Wisconsin extends winning streak with weekend sweep

Wisconsin (8-4 Big Ten, 16-6 overall) extended its conference winning streak to four straight games by beating No. 17 Purdue (8-3, 17-5) in four sets and sweeping Indiana (3-9, 13-11) this weekend at home. The Badgers took on Purdue on Friday night and won 25-18, 19-25, 25-20, 25-22 in front of a soldout UW Field House. Sophomore outside hitter Kelli Bates led the Badgers offense, tying her career high of 17 kills.


Wisconsin heads on the road seeking to snap losing streak

After losing two straight games to Minnesota last week, No. 16 Wisconsin (4-4, 12-6) looks to regroup as it faces Iowa (0-8, 10-11) and No. 3 Nebraska (7-1, 16-2) on the road this weekend. “Coming off a week where we played Minnesota twice, statistically, both teams looked pretty even,” said UW head coach Kelly Sheffield.


Wisconsin readies for Border Battle

No. 15 Wisconsin (4-2 Big Ten, 12-4 overall) takes on rival No. 11 Minnesota (5-1, 13-3) in part one of this year’s Border Battle Wednesday night, a match that has major implications in the Big Ten standings. “It’s kind of an interesting week in front of us,” said UW head coach Kelly Sheffield.


Wisconsin cruises to easy East Coast sweep

Going into noisy, hostile and even wet environments didn’t seem to phase Wisconsin (4-2 Big Ten, 12-4 overall) as the Badgers extended their conference win streak to four by sweeping Rutgers (0-6, 3-15) and Maryland (0-6, 10-10) this weekend. The Badgers faced Rutgers first Friday in New Brunswick, N.J.

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