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Volleyball Report: B1G Final Four preview

An unprecedented seven Big Ten teams entered last weekend with dreams of reaching the Final Four. After the last whistle Saturday night, two still remained, as Penn State and Wisconsin advanced to Seattle for the national semifinals. Tonight, the 12th-seeded  Badgers (vs. No. 1 Texas) and second-seeded Nittany Lions (vs. No. 3 Washington) will try to advance to the national title match. Before I preview the national semifinal matchups, let’s take a quick look back at last weekend, which featured epic play from numerous conference members and also witnessed the end of several decorated careers. Minnesota Nebraska and Purdue all

Penn State, Wisconsin advance to Final Four

Penn State and Wisconsin advanced to the the NCAA national semifinals Saturday night. The Nittany Lions defeated Stanford, 3-2, to extend their winning streak to 23 straight matches, while the Badgers topped Big Ten rival Purdue, 3-1, to earn their first Final Four berth since 2000. Nebraska fell to Texas, 3-0, in the other Big Ten match. [ MORE: View the official NCAA.com interactive bracket ] PENN STATE 3, STANFORD 2 | RECAP Seniors Ariel Scott and Deja McClendon propelled the No. 2 Penn State women’s volleyball team (32-2) to thrilling 3-2 (22-25, 25-22, 28-26, 18-25, 15-11) victory against Stanford

Four B1G teams advance to NCAA regional finals

Four Big Ten volleyball teams advanced to the NCAA regional finals Friday night. Nebraska, Penn State, Purdue and Wisconsin all recorded Sweet 16 victories, with the Nittany Lions downing Michigan State and Purdue sweeping Illinois. Minnesota fell to Stanford. Catch up on all the action in this post. [ MORE: View the official NCAA.com interactive bracket ] NEBRASKA 3, SAN DIEGO 0 | RECAP The eighth-seeded Nebraska volleyball team posted its third straight postseason sweep on Friday, topping No. 9 San Diego in straight sets in an NCAA Regional Semifinal in front of 8,297 fans at the Devaney Center. The

Volleyball Report: B1G is best of the best

Coaches, players and fans can all agree that the Big Ten represents the best caliber of volleyball in all the nation. The conference proved that on Sunday, as an unprecedented seven teams reached regional play, setting a new NCAA record. Big Ten teams make up nearly half of the field remaining in the tournament, as the Sweet 16 features all but one league team that made the postseason. With both Nebraska and Illinois hosting regionals this weekend and two different sites featuring three of four remaining teams out of the Big Ten, a Final Four littered with Big Ten teams

Watch Saturday's live NCAA volleyball online tonight

BTN.com provided live coverage of four Big Ten teams hosting NCAA Women’s Volleyball Tournament action on Friday night, and we’re doing it again tonight. Matches being hosted by Minnesota, Nebraska, Penn State and Wisconsin tonight will be streamed live right here. Use these links to find the live video players closer to the match times: California vs Wisconsin (7 PM ET): WATCH LIVE Utah vs Penn State (7:30 PM ET): WATCH LIVE Oregon vs Nebraska (8 PM ET): WATCH LIVE Colorado vs Minnesota (8 PM ET): WATCH LIVE You can also track live stats for each match via the NCAA.com

Watch live NCAA volleyball online tonight

BTN.com is providing live coverage of four Big Ten teams that are hosting NCAA Women’s Volleyball Tournament action this weekend. Matches being hosted by Minnesota, Nebraska, Penn State and Wisconsin tonight as well as those that advance to play Saturday night, will be streamed live. UPDATE: If you’re looking for Saturday’s live video streams, click here. Use these links to find the live video players closer to the match times: LIU- Brooklyn vs Penn State (7:30 PM ET): WATCH LIVE Fairfield vs Nebraska (8 PM ET): WATCH LIVE Radford vs Minnesota (8 PM ET): WATCH LIVE Milwaukee vs Wisconsin (8:30

Volleyball Report: B1G poised to make noise in NCAA

After an unpredictable year that saw possibly the strongest collection of teams in conference history, the postseason has finally arrived. The Big Ten tied a conference record on Sunday when, for the fifth time in league history, eight teams were selected to the NCAA Volleyball Championship. Penn State took the second overall seed in the bracket, with Nebraska following a No. 8, Minnesota No. 10, Wisconsin No. 12 and Illinois earning the No. 13 seed. Those five will host first- and second-round matches at home, while Michigan, Michigan State and Purdue will play matches on the road. [ MORE: View

Video: Check out these Big Ten volleyball kills

The 2013-14 Big Ten volleyball TV and streaming schedule is below. The games will also be available at BTN2Go. Fans can also follow the entire season on Twitter (@BTNVolleyball). Find schedule for all Big Ten Digital Network web-streaming events Date Visiting Team Home Team Time 9/25/13 Indiana Minnesota 7:30 PM 9/27/13 Michigan Ohio State 8:00 PM 9/28/13 Nebraska Illinois 5:00 PM 9/28/13 Michigan Penn State 7:30 PM 10/2/13 Wisconsin Iowa 7:30 PM 10/4/13 Minnesota Nebraska 8:00 PM 10/5/13 Illinois Michigan TBD 10/9/13 Minnesota Penn State 7:30 PM 10/12/13 Northwestern Purdue TBD 10/16/13 Ohio State Northwestern 7:30 PM 10/18/13 Penn State

Volleyball Report: It's time for midseason awards!

Through 10 matches of the Big Ten season, the nation’s deepest and most decorated conference has lived up to its billing. Upsets have been plentiful, top 15 matchups are the norm and contenders have emerged from the pack. The standings have rarely looked the same on any given week, and early-season surprises have struggled to endure the grind of the league. With five weeks remaining before the postseason, here are the early contenders to take home the Big Ten hardware come December. Midseason Player of the Year: Kelsey Robinson, OH (NEB) It’s hard to argue against Robinson at this point

Volleyball Report: Boilers, Badgers bounce back

For years, Big Ten coaches have spouted off clichés about how difficult a grind the conference is week in week out, how there are no off nights, that you’re in for battle in every match, and that there is no margin for error. While accurate in some sense, until the 2013 season, it seemed like a lot of coach speak to pump up the reputation of the league. However, this season has lived up to all the coaches’ hyperbole, as one can genuinely go into each match with no clue of what the outcome will be. The conference year began