After knocking off its second top-10 opponent of the season, Nebraska’s next challenge is to stay consistent and take care of business at Penn State.
With the season-opening four-game series at Sam Houston just three days away, the Huskers have their starting rotation ready to roll.
Whether’s he’s wrestling another high schooler or pulling a live badger out of a hole in Montana, O’Neill’s Ty Rainforth is a one of a kind.
For the second time this season, the Nebraska women beat a top-10 team on their home court, and veteran guard Sam Haiby was a big reason why.
After three-game road swing, the Husker women will use Sunday to prep for yet another ranked team—the No. 7 Indiana Hoosiers.
The Husker women left Champaign, Illinois, with a 19-point win, and Jaz Shelley’s five 3-pointers were a big reason why.
A contest with Illinois begins a key six-game stretch for the Husker women, who hope to finish the regular-season schedule on a strong note.
After a strong start on the road at No. 21 Ohio State, the Husker women couldn’t buy a bucket in what turned into an 80-70 loss to the Buckeyes.
‘Paint Touches, Post Touches, Post Feeds.’ Husker Women Want to Stick to Game Plan Against No. 21 Ohio State
The three-game stretch Nebraska finds itself on doesn’t get much easier with a trip to No. 21 Ohio State on Thursday. Here’s what you need to know.
Softball and baseball were in the air on Wednesday morning at Memorial Stadium as both head coaches, Rhonda Revelle and Will Bolt, met with the media.