The 2021 Divison-I women's volleyball season is projected to be one for the ages. Not only are the athletes ready to be back on the court and give it their all after they haven't had a great season for the past two years, but there are some big names returning for this season.
The Wisconsin Badgers have some of the top athletes in the nation at the moment and are projected to win this season's NCAA championship. They have two top, All-American athletes that are going to take their team to new heights.
Dana Rettke's list of accomplishments is long and impressive. She started out her career at Wisconsin in 2017, earning the title of Freshman of the Year. She's been placed on the First-Team All American every year since 2017.
This 6'8 middle blocker dedicates immense time and effort to keep up her skill as an athlete. She has been in the Big Ten for Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year, Player of the Week, Freshman of the Week, and Defensive Player of the Week. She doesn't take these titles lightly, proving herself worthy of them every season.
She describes herself as "passionate" and her team as "experienced" meaning that together, she believes that her team can be the best of the best. Kickstarting the season, Rettke left nothing on the court.
Sofar in this season Dana has gone above and beyond, sofar having 50 kills in their 5 games. That is a 10 kill per game average and is a positive start toward a successful season. She has a .55 average in attack