Husker volleyball falls to No. 6 in national poll after loss to Ohio State
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Nebraska volleyball remains in the top 10 in a national poll despite a loss to Ohio State on Sunday.
The Huskers dropped down two spots to claim the No. 6 rank in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Poll on Monday.
No.5 @OhioStateWVB rejoins the top five in the AVCA Div.I Coaches Poll after posting big wins last week against No.15 Purdue and No.4 Nebraska. @GatorsVB, which has won 10 of its last 11 matches, makes its first appearance in the top 10 this season.
Poll: https://t.co/25d8Fg7UV6 pic.twitter.com/OdAa6bDn2C
— AVCA (@AVCAVolleyball) November 14, 2022
Big Ten opponents Ohio State and Wisconsin now sit in the top five.
The Huskers have remained dominant throughout the season, losing only three games.
Those three losses came against tough opponents: Stanford, Wisconsin and Ohio State.
Nebraska only has four games remaining and will look to bounce back in a rematch against Iowa on Friday.
Last week, the Huskers swept the Hawkeyes at the Devaney Center, marking the 300th consecutive sellout for the program.