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KGFW Sports – Lopers Fall at Sweet 16, Huskers and Jays at WNIT

Central Missouri closed on an 8-0 run to defeat the UNK women’s basketball team last night, 67-57, in the Central Region Championship Game in Warrensburg, Missouri. This was the third Sweet 16 appearance for the Lopers, the last coming in 2007. They have never advanced to the Elite-8. The 9th ranked Lopers, who won their…read more »


KGFW Sports – NU VB and BB Split, NO OK? UNK Update and More

The 4th ranked Nebraska volleyball team split their two match series with 11th ranked Ohio State this past weekend at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The Huskers won in five sets Friday, the Buckeyes won in five sets Saturday. The Huskers are on the road this week with matches at Iowa Wednesday and Saturday. The…read more »


KGFW Sports – No. 4 vs. No. 11, Tourney Updates and More

The 4th ranked Nebraska volleyball team is hosting 11th ranked Ohio State this weekend at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Riding a three-match winning streak, the Huskers lead the conference in kills and assists per set, and are third in the Big Ten in digs per set. The Buckeyes were picked to finish seventh in…read more »

WBB vs Northwestern

KGFW Sports – Boy’s State and B1G Tourney Update and More

The Husker men led by 14 at the half, but couldn’t hang on to that lead, as they lost to Penn State last night 72-66 in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament in Indy. The Huskers end year-two under head coach Fred Hoiberg with a overall record of 7-20, and 3-17 in the…read more »

WBB vs Wisconsin

KGFW Sports – B1G Tourneys Begin, David Signs and Boys Tourney Update

The Big Ten revealed their post season honors for men’s basketball Tuesday. Husker senior Thorir Thorbjarnarson was Nebraska’s nominee for the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award while Teddy Allen (who is no longer with the program) was an honorable-mention All-Big Ten selection by the conference media. The Nebraska basketball teams are in Indy today for the…read more »

VB vs Maryland-Match 2

KGFW Sports – NU Still No. 4, Postseason Updates

There was no change at the top of the latest AVCA Top-25 Poll. Wisconsin remains at the top despite pausing all team activities for two weeks due to COVID issues within the program. Texas is No. 2, followed by Kentucky, Nebraska is 4th and Minnesota is 5th. Other Big Ten teams ranked this week include…read more »

NCAA Basketball: Wisconsin at Nebraska

KGFW Sports – Huskers Edged, Lopers Earn Crown and High School Update

The Husker men’s basketball team was edged at Northwestern yesterday, 79-78. The Huskers will be the 14th seed in the Big Ten Tournament at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis and will face the 11th seed Penn State Wednesday night at approximately 7:45. The two teams split during the regular season. Iowa rallied past the Husker…read more »


KGFW Sports – Huskers Thumped, Baseball Begins and Girls State Tourney

The Husker men’s basketball team was dominated by 5th ranked Iowa last night in Iowa City, 102-64. The loss snapped the Huskers’ two game winning streak. This was their 13th game in the span of 27 days. The Husker men close out their regular season schedule Sunday at Northwestern. Tipoff in Evanston is at 12:30.…read more »


KGFW Sports – Nova Tops Jays, Huskers at Iowa and Girls Basketball

10th ranked Villanova held off the 14th ranked Creighton men’s basketball team last night, 72-60. The Wildcats led by as many as 22 in the second half. With the victory the Wildcats secure the Big East title for the 7th time in the last 8 years. It’s the second straight loss for the Jays, who…read more »


KGFW Sports – Jays vs. Nova, Lopers vs. Pitt and Boys and Girls State Tourney

The 14th ranked Creighton men’s basketball team has an important game tonight at Big East leader 10th ranked Villanova. In their February 13th meeting in Omaha, Creighton topped then 5th ranked Nova, 86-70. Tipoff tonight is at 7:30. Creighton coach Greg McDermott apologized Tuesday for making insensitive comments with racial undertones during a locker-room speech…read more »