Nebraska had numerous opportunities to beat North Carolina State on Wednesday, but the Huskers couldn’t take advantage in a four-overtime loss on the road.
Five Huskers earned postseason conference honors after a second-place Big Ten finish for Nebraska this season.
After seven straight home games to open the season, Nebraska will hit the road for the first time to face North Carolina State in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Wednesday.
Nebraska’s final regular season ranking in the AVCA Coaches Poll matches its NCAA Tournament seed as the Huskers moved up one spot to No. 10.
The NCAA Tournament is returning to Lincoln as the Huskers will host first- and second-round matches as the No. 10 seed. Nebraska will face Campbell in the first round at the Devaney Center on Friday.
Nebraska closed out the regular season and claimed second place in the Big Ten standings with a 3-1 win at Purdue on Saturday night.
After a slow start to the season, JUCO transfer Keisei Tominaga caught fire and sparked Nebraska to an 83-70 win over South Dakota Saturday.
Nebraska dominated the first set at Wisconsin, but the Badgers took the next three sets to claim at least a share of the Big Ten title Friday.
After a busy stretch featuring three games in five days, the Huskers got a few days this week to catch their collective breath and work on themselves on the practice court before turning their attention to their next opponent.
Jacob Padilla and Jacob Bigelow recapped a busy week for Husker Hoops that featured three wins in five days.