The Wisconsin volleyball team is currently the number one seed in the NCAA. They have made the Final Four three times in the last decade and they have also won the Big Ten title. Even though the team has leaked graphics, they are still winning games against the best teams in the nation.
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The state of Wisconsin is known for its volleyball programs, and it seems the Badgers aren’t the only ones on the prowl for the next fling. A few collegiate athletes have already made the jump to the big time. While they might be insulated from the rigors of the varsity level, they may not see much action in their home towns.
Fortunately, Wisconsin has a solid club program. And there’s a Sting to be found if you know where to look. Some alums like Jade Demps and Dana Rettke have played well enough to earn a spot on the court in Madison. Meanwhile, the Badgers have been known to scout high school talent from across the state and the country. This can lead to some interesting situations.
Not all of these players are on the team, so we’ll have to wait until the new year to learn if these recruits will have a chance to play together.
Badgers are winning games against big teams despite leaked graphics
The Wisconsin Badgers are 2-0 in Big Ten play for the fourth time under head coach Greg Gard. And despite an embarrassing leak of leaked pictures of the team in the locker room, the team won two big games.
The Badgers beat the No. 12 team in the country at Camp Randall Stadium. They were the first team since the 1980s to win a conference opener.
After trailing 14-6 in the first half, Wisconsin rallied with a huge 89-yard touchdown run by Isaac Guerendo. He also ran for a 32-yard kickoff return.
During the second quarter, Wisconsin had everything working. It was all down to the defense. Nick Herbig had three tackles for loss and two sacks, including a key stop on a fourth-and-one in Wisconsin’s own end.
But that all changed when Big Steve Crowl made a huge shot in the lane with the shot clock ticking. It was the big shot that gave Wisconsin the lead for good.
Badgers have won the big10 title and number 1 seed position in NCAA
When the NCAA tournament brackets were released, Wisconsin volleyball earned the top regional seed. With that seed, they will host both the first and second rounds of the tournament. It could prove to be a monumental win for the Badgers.
The Badgers have had a number of heartbreaking losses in the NCAA tournament in recent years. They also have had some impressive wins. Their overall record this season is 30-3. In the first round of the tournament, they defeated Arkansas-Little Rock 3-0. On Saturday, they will face No. 8 Ohio State. Hopefully, they will end the season with a win to secure a spot in the big four.
As for the rest of the conference, Wisconsin is in a tight race for the title. Nebraska and Ohio State are just one set behind Wisconsin in the standings.
If the Badgers can beat the Huskers, they will secure a berth in the Big Ten championship game. A victory would strengthen their case for a spot in the national championship game.
Badgers have played in the last three Final Fours and reached the final three times in the last decade
Wisconsin volleyball will look to win the NCAA championship in Omaha. The Badgers have advanced to the Final Four each of the last three years, and will be one of four teams to make it to the title match. A victory could lead to a spot in the 2021 Final Four.
Last year’s Final Four went all five matches, and there is no reason to think this will be any different. In fact, it may be the first season that the final four has not been in the same city. However, in the meantime, the Badgers will continue to play at their home venue, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House.
After winning a regional, the Badgers moved on to the Elite Eight, where they were defeated by Florida 3-2. While the loss is not surprising, it is not necessarily shocking given the talent of their opponents. Several of the Badgers’ key players were out due to injury, including junior Danielle Hart.