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After strong 2017, still-young Wisconsin should remain among nation’s elite

Wisconsin was three two-point losses from, well, who knows. But the relatively young Badgers, who finished 22-10 in 2017, 11-9 in the Big Ten, advanced to the NCAA Tournament round of 16 before losing to Stanford. “We felt like we were right there,” Wisconsin coach Kelly Sheffield said. “There’s a lot of genuine enthusiasm from […] The post After strong 2017, still-young Wisconsin should remain among nation’s elite appeared first on Volleyballmag.
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