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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.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.
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. - 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.
Justine Wong-Orantes (12) and Kenzie Maloney (10) combined for 22 of the Huskers' 48 digs, as the Huskers' impressive passing was on display throughout the match. 1 Nebraska opens season with win over Florida Set 1: Nebraska started strong by taking an 8-3 lead to force an early Texas timeout, but the Longhorns came out of the timeout with a 5-1 run to cut it to 9-8.NU outhit Texas .304 to .140 and had a 7-5 edge in blocks. After a Husker timeout, kills by Amber Rolfzen and Foecke, and an ace by Sydney Townsend pushed the lead to 12-8.