Ohio State volleyball has rallied from an early conference loss to Nebraska. Since losing to the Huskers in 5 sets, the Buckeyes have rattled off 4 straight wins in B1G play.

In that 4-match winning streak, Ohio State is 12-5 in sets played with just a single 5-set match involved. That came during a home win over No. 13 Penn State Friday evening.

On Sunday, the Buckeyes took on Northwestern and put up a big outing. One of the true stars from the outing was Emily Londot.

Londot led the Buckeyes with 18 kills and established a new career-high with 19 digs. She rounded out the evening with 4 blocks and 3 assists.

Gabby Gonzales – another star of Ohio State’s win – closed things out with back-to-back aces. Gonzales finished the match with 8 aces to lead all players and was effective on the attack with 12 kills.

Jenaisya Moore also played a big role for the Buckeyes. Moore finished second on the team with 13 kills and added 2 blocks in the win.

With the win, Ohio State is now 5-1 in B1G play and is tied for second in the conference.