Erin Sorensen and Sausha Durkan react to how the NCAA handled the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments in the latest Mind Your Own Podcast.
Following the murder of Sarah Everard and the international outcry from women everywhere in response, Erin Sorensen and Sausha Durkan share their own very personal experiences on the topic.
After defeating No. 11 Ohio State in five sets on Friday, the Buckeyes returned the favor and took down No. 4 Nebraska in five sets on Saturday.
What appeared destined to be a sweep for Ohio State quickly turned around as a reverse sweep for Nebraska. The No. 4 Huskers defeated the previously undefeated No. 11 Buckeyes on Friday, 21-25, 21-25, 25-20, 25-20, 15-10.
Legendary Nebraska coach Tom Osborne was honored with an Alumni CAP Award on Wednesday. It came as a surprise.
In honor of International Women’s Day, Erin Sorensen and Sausha Durkan discuss how to be an ally and how to do the work beyond one day every year.
Nebraska (9-1) swept Illinois (2-8) on Saturday, 26-24, 30-28, 25-17, much to the credit of setter Nicklin Hames.
After a week off, Nebraska volleyball was back in the swing of things—literally—in its win over Illinois. The Huskers swept the Illini, 25-23, 25-15, 25-22.
Drake Keeler is the Senior Sports Editor and Diversity and Inclusion Internal Chair for the Daily Nebraskan. He is also the first official guest of the Mind Your Own Podcast.
Nebraska’s weekend matches against Wisconsin have been postponed. The No. 4 Huskers were set to face the No. 1 Badgers on Friday and Saturday.