No. 11 Wisconsin volleyball is back on track.
Two days after knocking off No. 4 Nebraska to break a three-match losing streak, Wisconsin swept visiting Indiana at the Field House on Friday 25–21, 25–19, 25–17.
Senior outside hitter Lauryn Gillis led the way with 10 kills. Freshman middle blocker Dana Rettke had six blocks.
The Badgers’ offense looked good, hitting .423 for the match, including .467 in the first set. The defense had little trouble with the Hoosiers, holding Indiana to .200, including .156 in the second and .111 in the third.
Great way to end the set! pic.twitter.com/1JdLoTWtOg— Wisconsin Volleyball (@BadgerVB) October 14, 2017
Wisconsin goes on the road next week, heading to Maryland on Wednesday before a huge match with No. 6 Minnesota on Saturday in Minneapolis.