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Badgers' Rettke named Player of the Week

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Wisconsin's 6'8" freshman stood out again this past week. For the second time this season, Dana Rettke has been named the Big Ten Conference Player of the Week.

Rettke notched a career-high 22 kills against No. 5 Minnesota. She followed that up with 14 kills at Maryland. Rettke also had eight blocks on the week. Rettke is second in the league with a .459 hitting percentage. She ranks fourth in the Big Ten in blocks per set and 10th in kills per set.

 Wisconsin (14-5, 5-5 B1G) opens the second half of Big Ten play at No. 1 Penn State (19-1, 9-1) on Wednesday at 6 p.m.. UW returns home for a Saturday match vs. Northwestern (12-10, 2-8) at 7 p.m.

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