Nebraska displayed its depth with five players recording at least seven kills.Kadie Rolfzen had 11 kills and 11 digs while hitting .348, and Amber Rolfzen had 10 kills. - The top-ranked Nebraska volleyball team swept No.2 Texas, 25-15, 25-16, 25-21, on Saturday at the VERT Challenge in a rematch of last year's national title match. Nebraska has won 18 straight matches dating back to last season, which included a sweep of the Longhorns in Omaha for the national title in December.
Kelly Hunter had 40 assists and a team-high four blocks.The Huskers once again won the serving battle with seven aces, compared to zero for Texas. After Texas cut the lead to 15-12, NU went on a 4-0 run to go up 19-12 after Malloy unleashed a kill.The Huskers built the lead to 23-14 after a reversed call gave Amber Rolfzen her fourth kill of the set. Set 2: With the score tied 2-2, Foecke, Malloy and Kadie Rolfzen tallied kills around a Malloy solo stuff to go up 6-2.Texas cut it to 12-10, but Foecke sent a kill to the back line to kickstart a 4-0 run that made it 16-10 Huskers.
Amber Rolfzen gave the Big Red set point at 24-15 with another kill, and the Longhorns hit wide to finish the set, 25-15. The Huskers went up 10-3 on back-to-back kills by Amber Rolfzen and another from Malloy.The Huskers used a timeout after Texas ran off three straight points to pull within 11-8, and Hunter and Amber Rolfzen followed with a block to make it 12-8.