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NCAA Womens Volleyball: Wisconsin at Nebraska Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports

Women’s Volleyball

#1 Nebraska (27-0, B1G 18-0) vs #5 Wisconsin (24-3, B1G 15-3)
When: Friday, November 24, 2023, 3:00 pm (CT)
Where: Madison, WI
Video: BTN/FoxSports
Radio: Husker Radio Network
Live stats

We talk volleyball on The Five Heart Podcast this week.

This match has the potential to go to five sets. The Husker’s ability to find a way to win has served them well already this season. They will need to access that focus multiple times in this match as Wisconsin adjusts strategy. Beating the Badgers requires waves of high execution in passing, serving, offense and defense. No one facet alone can beat a team like this, so the Huskers need every part of their game for two hours for the win. GBR!

#1 Nebraska (27-0, B1G 18-0)

#2 Bergen Reilly 6’1’’ FR Setter
#5 Bekka Allick 6’4’’ SO MB
#6 Laney Choboy 5’3’’ FR DS/L
#7 Maisie Boesiger 5’6’’ SO DS/L
#8 Lexi Rodriguez 5’5’’ JR DS/L
#9 Kennedi Orr 6’0’’ JR Setter
#10 Caroline Jurevicius 6’2‘‘ FR OH
#11 Hayden Kubik 6’2’’ SO OH
#13 Merritt Beason 6’4’’ JR OH
#14 Ally Batenhorst 6’5’’ JR OH
#15 Andi Jackson 6’3‘‘ FR MB
#22 Lindsay Krause 6’4’’ JR OH
#27 Harper Murray 6’2’’ FR OH
#44 Maggie Mendelson 6’5’’ SO MB

#5 Wisconsin (24-3, B1G 15-3)
#6 MJ Hammill 6’2’’ SR Setter
#9 CC Crawford 6’3’’ SR MB
#10 Devyn Robinson 6’2’’ SR MB/RS
#11 Izzy Ashburn 5’11’’ GR Setter
#12 Temi Thomas-Ailara 6’2’’ GR OH
#13 Sarah Franklin 6’4’’ SR OH
#14 Anna Smrek 6’9’’ JR MB/RS
#21 Gulce Guctekin 5’5’’ SO Libero
#22 Julia Orzol 6’0’’ JR OH/Libero
#52 Carter Booth 6’7’’ SO MB

Women’s Soccer NCAA Tournament

#15 Nebraska (17-3-3) vs #3 Stanford (18-0-4)
When: Friday, November 24, 2023, 4:00 pm (CT)
Where: Stanford, CA
Stream: ESPN+

The 5th seeded Huskers have equaled their best finish in school history with an Elite 8 appearance. They look to make their first College Cup (equivalent to the Final Four) in school history. They got here thanks to 3 home wins at Hibner Stadium with record crowds in attendance. Elenor Dale scored two goals to continue to lead to the nation with (a school record) 28 goals in Nebraska’s 4-0 win against UC Irvine. Now the team heads on the road to take on one of the blue bloods in 2nd seeded Stanford. The Cardinal have the 2nd most championships all time with 3 (North Carolina is first with 21). This is the first time Nebraska has been underdogs in a while, but hopefully not the last!