Wisconsin is the top-ranked team in NCAA volleyball.
The Badgers, whose only loss came at North Carolina on Sept. 9, are 14-1 overall and 6-0 in the Big Ten. Accordingly, they are ranked No. 1 in both the AVCA Division I Poll and latest NCAA RPI rankings released Monday.
It is the first time Wisconsin has been ranked No. 1 by the AVCA.
In the AVCA, the top three are all from the Big Ten: No. 2 is a former No. 1, Nebraska. The third spot goes to last week’s No. 1, Minnesota.
In the NCAA RPI, Minnesota is No. 2, Texas of the Big is No. 3 and Nebraska is No. 4. The fifth spot goes to San Diego, which is also ranked fifth in the AVCA poll.
There are teams not ranked in the AVCA top 25 that appear in the RPI, including No. 15 UNLV, No. 20 TCU, No. 23 Missouri, No. 24 Coastal Carolina and No. 25 USC.
The AVCA Division II poll also came out Monday and the only unbeaten team in the division, Minnesota Duluth, is ranked No. 1.