There are two weeks left in the regular season of Division 1 Women’s volleyball. However, there are still plenty of matchups to watch out for. Therefore, we have a college volleyball preview for the weekend.
College Volleyball Preview
The first game is a rematch between Pitt and Georgia Tech. Pitt has only two misfortunes this year, and one of those came to Georgia Tech. According to sportsbook pay per head reviews, it was Pitt’s first misfortune this year. As a result, there are only two undefeated groups left in D1 Volleyball. The Yellow Jackets won in five sets behind a big deal excursion from Julia Bergmann. She stacked up 24 kills at a strong .386 clasp, including several experts alongside six burrows and four absolute squares.
Mariana Brambilla added nine kills with an expert, four digs, and one ace. Also, Matti McKissock set up a season-high 58 assists. So, it was an extraordinary success, yet it took an incredible exhibition for the Jackets to do it.
Penn State has two games on the weekend. They will face Nebraska on Friday and Ohio State on Sunday. Every one of the three of these groups is hoping to substantiate themselves before choices.
According to volleyball betting reports, Nebraska and Penn State previously confronted once this year. The Huskers won the game in four sets. Additionally, Ohio State and Penn State faced earlier this year, with PSU getting a scope. Be that as it may, Penn State has since likewise lost to Wisconsin, Illinois, and Purdue, so the Nittany Lions tumbled to No. 15 in the rankings.
Wisconsin will face Minnesota on Sunday. According to volleyball news, Minnesota has been ablaze of late with ongoing successes over Nebraska and Ohio State twice. In any case, both Wisconsin and Minnesota lost against Purdue last week. As a result, it is a must-win game for both teams.
Minnesota is attempting to remain in the best ten and get a positive seed inside the best 16 on the 28th, and Wisconsin certainly needs to be a best four seed. It will be doubtful for the Badgers if they score their fourth misfortune on the season.