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Nebraska-Baylor Regionals Time Set

Nebraska-Baylor Regionals Time Set

No. 5 Nebraska has their match time set for Sunday’s Regional round. The Huskers will take on No. 12 Baylor at 1:30 in a game that will be televised on ESPNU. The two teams haven’t met since 2010, but Nebraska holds a 31-0 all-time record over the Bears. If Nebraska wins, the Regional Final match…Read more »

Nebraska sweeps Texas State to begin NCAA Tournament

Nebraska sweeps Texas State to begin NCAA Tournament

Nebraska volleyball played like a team that had missed the court for 19 days. Between the Penn State matches being canceled and the layoff between Selection Sunday and the NCAA Volleyball Tournament beginning, the fifth seeded Huskers (15-2) had one of the longer stretches without a match. The rust wasn’t there enough to derail them…Read more »

NCAA adopts new transfer legislation

NCAA adopts new transfer legislation

The one-time transfer rule has finally been adopted. After months of speculation that has looked at the rule as a foregone conclusion, the Division I Council officially announced the rule change Thursday afternoon. “Allowing student-athletes a one-time opportunity to transfer and compete immediately provides a uniform, equitable and understandable approach that benefits all student-athletes.” DI…Read more »

Hoiberg Likes Latest Signees Wilcher and Kojanets

Hoiberg Likes Latest Signees Wilcher and Kojanets

Nebraska men’s basketball coach Fred Hoiberg likes his latest signees. “I’m really excited about both players that we signed yesterday,” Hoiberg told media via Zoom Thursday. CJ Wilcher, a transfer guard from Xavier, and Oleg Kojanets, a Lithuanian big who played his prep ball at in Ohio, signed their National Letters-of-Intent on Wednesday. For Wilcher,…Read more »

Big Sunday propels Nebraska to series win over Maryland

Big Sunday propels Nebraska to series win over Maryland

For the second weekend in a row, Nebraska (15-6) split games Friday and Saturday before running away with a Sunday victory to take the series. Hosting Maryland (10-12), the Huskers began the weekend with a 6-2 victory, thanks in large part to Cade Povich going 6.1 innings to improve to 3-1 on the year. Povich…Read more »

Husker Bowlers win sixth NCAA National Championship

Husker Bowlers win sixth NCAA National Championship

The most dominant program in collegiate bowling added another national championship trophy to the case Saturday. Just days after standing on the brink of elimination from the regional round, Nebraska downed Arkansas State 4-1 in the best of seven championship match to earn the program’s sixth NCAA championship, and eighth national title overall. The title…Read more »

Nebraska baseball moved up Friday to avoid rain

Nebraska baseball moved up Friday to avoid rain

Nebraska baseball’s series opener Friday has been moved up due to impending rain this evening. The game, originally scheduled for 6:30, will now be played at 4:05. The rest of the games this weekend remain unchanged. Feature Image Courtesy Nebraska Athletics Communications OfficeRead more »

Huskers to open a practice to the public

Huskers to open a practice to the public

Fans haven’t been able to see a Husker football event in person since 2019. That changes this month. Two weeks ahead of the Red-White Spring Game, Nebraska is opening the April 17 practice to the public at Memorial Stadium. The practice is free to the public and open to the first 4,000 individuals. Tickets must…Read more »

PHOTOS: Huskers open practice for first time since 2019

PHOTOS: Huskers open practice for first time since 2019

Media was allowed into the Hawks Championship Center┬áto watch about 30 minutes of football practice Wednesday morning. This is the first such opening since 2019. Open practices had yet to happen in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the rest of the spring and disrupted the fall. KLIN’s Kenny Larabee was in attendance to…Read more »