Following their breakthrough season, women's college volleyball will have a nationally televised match on Fox.

There won't be much time to wait for a women's volleyball Final Four rematch between Texas and Wisconsin.

The new, nationally televised nonconference game featuring the Badgers and Longhorns will take place over Labor Day weekend. 

The teams square off in the NCAA tournament semifinals on Thursday night.

In 2024, it will take place at Milwaukee's Fiserv Forum; in the years that follow, it will alternate between other volleyball hotspots.

On September 1, there will be a rematch between Wisconsin and Texas as well as a match between Stanford and Minnesota. Stanford lost to Texas in the Elite Eight. 

The games the following day are Wisconsin vs. Stanford and Minnesota vs. Texas. Two of the games will be broadcast on Fox, and the other two on FS1.

"This is going to be an amazing occasion," Kelly Sheffield, the coach of Wisconsin, said. "Elite groups on an elite platform. The volleyball season of 2024 is going to be explosive!"

Volleyball's popularity has grown at an unprecedented rate this season, continuing on a trend that has been growing over the past few years. 

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