While Michigan hoped to get itself back on track in the Big Ten, No. 11 Wisconsin had other plans.
From Michigan coach Mark Rosen all the way down to his players, there does not seem to be a sense of panic.
Coming off a tough three-set loss last weekend against No. 21 Illinois, the No. 25 Michigan volleyball team (6-8 Big Ten, 16-9 overall) continued its struggles in the Big Ten on Friday and Saturday.
Michigan’s weekend proved to be quite the roller coaster.
Michigan fell to rival No. 6 Ohio State at Cliff Keen Arena, 3-1.
Saturday’s game against No. 6 Ohio State was yet another example of how talented the Big Ten is this season.
The Nittany Lions ultimately rallied to pick up a hard-fought victory, 3-2.
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” Rosen said.
The Wolverines won their second game in as many days
Freshman Carly Skjodt and senior Lindsey Lerg stepped up big when the Michigan volleyball team needed them most.