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Huskers’ Season Ends with Regional Final Loss to Wisconsin

Huskers’ Season Ends with Regional Final Loss to Wisconsin

Three matches. Nine sets. All Wisconsin in 2019. The Nebraska(28-5, 17-3 Big Ten) season comes to a close in the Regional Final in Madison as Wisconsin(26-6, 18-2 Big Ten) earned yet another win over the Huskers. The Badgers swept the Huskers¬†October 5(25-22, ,21, 22), November 24(25-19, 22, 21), and again tonight(25-18, 22, 19). The first…Read more »

Husker Women’s Basketball 9-1 After Downing Oral Roberts

Husker Women’s Basketball 9-1 After Downing Oral Roberts

It wasn’t always pretty, but coach Amy Williams’ squad added another win Saturday. This time it was 77-67 over Oral Roberts(4-7, 0-0 Summit). “We’ve had an interesting 10 days since we played our last ballgame,” said Williams. “I thought we came out today and had to overcome some adversity.” Some of that adversity was with…Read more »

Nebraska Runs Out of Gas in Loss at Indiana

Nebraska Runs Out of Gas in Loss at Indiana

A shorthanded Nebraska(4-6, 0-1 Big Ten) men’s basketball team did all it could to stay with Indiana(10-1, 1-1 Big Ten) Friday but came up just shy in overtime. The game could have gotten out of hand from the get go, as Nebraska started its fourth different lineup in 10 games. That new lineup was due…Read more »

Huskers Sweep Hawaii to Earn Wisconsin Rematch

Huskers Sweep Hawaii to Earn Wisconsin Rematch

Both teams were pushed at times Friday. Both came out with victorious sweeps. Wisconsin(25-6, 13-3 Big Ten) downed Texas A&M(23-8, 13-5 SEC) to begin the day. The Badgers have yet to lose a set in the NCAA Tournament after sweeping the Aggies 25-20, 17, 23. For Nebraska, it was a first set that saw Hawaii…Read more »

Huskers Feeling Blue after Creighton Dominates

Huskers Feeling Blue after Creighton Dominates

There are bad starts to a game, and then there’s what happened to Nebraska(4-5) Saturday afternoon. Just eight minutes into the game, Nebraska was 2-of-13 from the field, while Creighton(7-2) had already made five threes to lead 21-4. The Huskers wouldn’t break double digits until a Dachon Burke jumper with 4:15 left in the half.…Read more »

Nebraska Suffocates Ball State in Sweep

Nebraska Suffocates Ball State in Sweep

Coach John Cook said earlier in the week that it doesn’t matter how you play at this time of year, as long as you win three games by two points. His team played well Friday and did more than just win. “We pretty much suffocated (Ball State) with our serve, block, and defense,” said Cook.…Read more »

Volleyball Earns Big Ten Season Honors

Volleyball Earns Big Ten Season Honors

Several Nebraska Volleyball players were honored with All-Big Ten Conference selections Wednesday. Those honorees are listed below.   First Team Lauren Stivrins Lexi Sun Nicklin Hames Second Team Madi Kubik Freshman Team Madi Kubik Kenzie Knuckles Freshman of the Year Madi Kubik Sportsmanship Award Anezka Szabo   Nebraska hosts the first and second round of…Read more »

Big Ten Announces Football Award Winners

Big Ten Announces Football Award Winners

The Big Ten Conference announced award winners this week for the 2019 season from the media and conference coaches. Nebraska honorees are listed below. Defense Second Team – Lamar Jackson(coaches, media) Third Team – Khalil Davis(coaches) Honorable Mention – Darrion Daniels(coaches), Mohammed Barry(media), Dicaprio Bootle(media), Khalil Davis(media), Cam Taylor-Britt(media) Offense Honorable Mention – Brenden Jaimes(coaches,…Read more »

Streaky Shooting Fails Men’s Basketball at Georgia Tech

Streaky Shooting Fails Men’s Basketball at Georgia Tech

It can be tough to win games when shots aren’t falling. It is even tougher when a lot of shots aren’t falling. Nebraska(4-4) had shot 45-percent from three over the previous four games, but shot just 23-percent against Georgia Tech(4-2), and went 32-percent from the floor. The free throw line was another adventure as the…Read more »

Offense Leads Women’s Basketball Over Duke

Offense Leads Women’s Basketball Over Duke

Nebraska(8-1) had stifled six of its first eight opponents to under 55 points to start the season. A hot Duke(6-3) team would mean the offense needed to shine. Duke shot 61-percent in the first half but trailed 49-45 as Nebraska employed a strategy that Creighton had used to defeat the Huskers: the three point shot.…Read more »