Fred Hoiberg secured a commitment from another transfer on Saturday as former DePaul wing Keon Edwards has picked the Huskers.
Two big pieces of news came out of this week’s NCAA Division I Council meetings that will have a big impact on Nebraska basketball.
No. 5 Nebraska showed little rust from its 19-day layoff, sweeping Texas State on Thursday to advance to the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
After a 19-day layoff, the fifth-seeded Huskers will finally get a chance to take the court again in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Players are entering the transfer portal in record numbers this year, but does that really spell doom for college basketball moving forward?
The wait for the NCAA Tournament is almost over for Nebraska as the Huskers arrived in Omaha on Monday ahead of Thursday’s match.
Lauren Stivrins, Lexi Sun, Nicklin Hames and Madi Kubik were all named to the AVCA All-North Region Team on Tuesday.
Fred Hoiberg announced another addition to his staff on Monday as he named Kurt Joseph Director of Men’s Basketball Strength and Conditioning.
New Nebraska assistant coach Nate Loenser shared some insight into his coaching and player development style.
Nebraska’s NCAA Tournament run begins on Monday night when the Huskers head up to Omaha, and this year’s tournament includes some unique storylines.