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Wisconsin Volleyball Wiki

The University of Wisconsin–Madison fields a women’s volleyball team that competes in the NCAA Division I programme. This squad is known as the Wisconsin Badgers women’s volleyball team. The university’s storied volleyball programme dates all the way back to 1974, making it one of the oldest in the country. In the year 2021, they were crowned national champions. Since the beginning of the team’s existence, they have had eleven different head coaches. [2] They averaged 7,540 fans during the 15 matches that comprised the regular season in 2021, which put them in second place among all Division 1 volleyball programmes in terms of attendance.

The Badgers completed the regular season with a record of 30-3, which was the best record for the team since its inception (until they reached 31-3 in 2021). The team received a bye to the second round, where they won 3–0 against Central Florida, and then went on to win 3–1 against Notre Dame in the sweet sixteen. John Cook was the head coach for the Badgers during this time. In the Elite Eight, they were defeated by Florida with a score of 3–2.

The Badgers, led by head coach Pete Waite, finished with an overall record of 33–4 and advanced all the way to the national championship game of the NCAA. In the first round, the 7-seed Badgers defeated Bucknell 3–0, in the second round, they overcame Northern Iowa 3–1, in the Sweet Sixteen, they defeated Kansas State 3–1, in the Elite Eight, they defeated UCLA 3–1, and in the Final Four, they defeated the 3-seed USC 3–0. The team lost to the number one seed in the tournament, Nebraska, 3–2, and did not win the national championship. John Cook, a former head coach for the Badgers, oversaw the Nebraska side in this match. Both Sherisa Livingston and Lizzy Fitzgerald were selected to the All-Tournament team for the Final Four tournament. The Wisconsin Volleyball Leak Video is mentioned somewhere in the article.

The team suffered two straight defeats in the second round before making it back into the elite eight and finishing with a record of 22–10 overall. In the first round, the Badgers defeated Loyola by a score of 3–0. In the second round, they defeated Notre Dame by the same score. In the Sweet Sixteen, they overcame Hawaii by a score of 3–2, but in the Elite Eight, they were eliminated by Stanford by a score of 0–0.

The following season, the squad repeated its performance from the previous year by reaching the Elite Eight and finishing with an overall record of 26–7. In the first round, the 11-seed Badgers defeated Loyola with a score of 3–0. In the second round, they defeated California with a score of 3–0. In the Sweet Sixteen, they defeated 6-seed Notre Dame with a score of 3–2. However, in the Elite Eight, they were defeated by 3-seed and eventual champion Washington with a score of 3–0.
After a string of unsuccessful years (2008-2012) with Waite as head coach, Kelly Sheffield, who had previously served in that capacity at Albany and Dayton, was brought on board. The Badgers had a record of 28–10 in their debut year in Sheffield. The Badgers, who were given a 12-seed, won their first-round match against Milwaukee with a score of 3–0, their second-round match against California with a score of 3–0, Florida State with a score of 3–1, and Purdue with a score of 3–1. After that, the team stunned the top-seeded Texas Longhorns 3-1 in the Final Four, becoming the lowest-seeded team to ever make it all the way to the title match. [3] The Cinderella myth, on the other hand, was put to bed after Penn State, the 2-seed, prevailed over them in the final game. Both Deme Morales and Lauren Carlini were selected to the All-Tournament team for the Final Four.

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