The fourth-seeded Wisconsin volleyball team saw their season come to an end on Saturday as the Badgers fell to Penn State in four sets (22-25, 25-16, 25-22, 25-19) in the NCAA Regional Final in Louisville, Kentucky.
It’s tough any time that your season ends and you’re with people that you love and everybody is just moving in the same direction,” Wisconsin head coach Kelly Sheffield said. “As far as the match, I thought it was two teams that were just battling like crazy. It was a great sporting event.”
The first set victory by Wisconsin handed Penn State its first set loss since Oct. 17, as the Nittany Lions entered the match with a 50-set winning streak.
Wisconsin ended the season with a 31-3 record, tallying the second-most wins in program history. UW’s winning percentage of .912 marks the best winning percentage in program history.