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Consistency Will be Key for Huskers at Outside Hitter
11 hrs ago by Jacob Padilla
The Nebraska volleyball team will return its entire starting lineup from the 2019 season, but there’s been a lot of change as well. Hail Varsity recently caught up with Coach John Cook to go position-by-position through the roster and look ahead to the 2020 season. Next up is outside hitter.
A Beginning, an Ending & Lots of Intrigue for the Huskers in the Middle
7 days ago by Jacob Padilla
The Nebraska volleyball team will return its entire starting lineup from the 2019 season, but there’s been a lot of change as well. Hail Varsity recently caught up with Coach John Cook to go position-by-position through the roster and look ahead to the 2020 season. Next up is middle blocker.
Cook Shares What Season Could Look Like for Nebraska Volleyball
11 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach John Cook offered some insight into what the 2020 volleyball season might look like and how Nebraska is working towards getting players back on campus on Thursday night.
Huskers All Set at Setter for 2020 and Beyond
14 days ago by Jacob Padilla
The Nebraska volleyball team will return its entire starting lineup from the 2019 season, but there’s been a lot of change as well. Hail Varsity recently caught up with Coach John Cook to go position-by-position through the roster and look ahead to the 2020 season. First up is the setter position.
Kelly Hunter Plays Key Role as Huskers Navigate Unique Spring
18 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Kelly Hunter's time coaching beach and scouting talent on the recruiting trail may have been cut short, but John Cook still leaned heavily on his interim assistant as the Huskers navigated through a unique and challenging spring.
Huskers Sign Missouri Grad Transfer Kayla Caffey
25 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach John Cook has bolstered his roster with the addition of Missouri graduate transfer Kayla Caffey, a 6-foot middle blocker who signed with Nebraska on Thursday.
Padding the Stats: Most Memorable Games of 2019-20
26 days ago by Jacob Padilla
It's finals week at Nebraska, marking the end of the 2019-20 academic calendar at Nebraska. With that being the case, Jacob Padilla thought it would be a good time to look back at the best games he covered in each of his beats this season.
Cook on 'Winning the Day,' Zoom Calls & Nebraska's Summer Schedule
28 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach John Cook talked with Hail Varsity about how he's handling social distancing, communication with his players and preparing his team for whatever shape or form the 2020 preseason and season may take.
NCAA Takes Steps in Name, Image and Likeness Compensation
1 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
The NCAA Board of Governors took a major step Wednesday morning in compenating student-athletes for their name, image and likeness.
On Kelly Hunter's Crash Course in Recruiting for Nebraska
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Before the COVID-19 pandemic shut sports down across the world, Kelly Hunter made her debut as an on-the-road recruiter for Nebraska. She spoke to Hail Varsity about that experience and what she learned.
Hawaiian Hitter Keonilei Akana Set to Transition to Defensive Specialist at Nebraska
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
From Hawaii to Lincoln, Nebraska's newest signee Keonilei Akana will look to follow in the footsteps of players like Justine Wong-Orantes and Kenzie Knuckles as she transitions into a full-time defensive specialist role after playing a different position in high school.
Nebraska Middle Blocker Fallon Stutheit Transferring to UNK
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
After one season at Nebraska, 6-foot-2 middle blocker Fallon Stutheit is transferring to UNK.
Hot Reads: Let Them Watch Tape
1 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
In what seems like a first step towards the inevitable, though not necessarily imminent, return of college athletics, the NCAA is allowing schools and coaches to review film and hold team meetings remotely.
Kelly Hunter Embraced Time in Coaching Role, Even if Cut Short
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
This spring was supposed to be a big step forward for Kelly Hunter in her coaching career, but the COVID-19 pandemic shut that down after just a few weeks. Even so, Hunter managed to gain some valuable hands-on experience throughout the abbreviated beach season.
Husker Attic: Nebraska Volleyball Tickets from Final Year in the Coliseum
1 mo ago by Mike Babcock
There’s a lot of great Husker memorabilia out there. Husker Attic is how we’ve showcased those vintage finds in every issue of Hail Varsity since our very first one.
Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame Honor Gave Jordan Larson Chills
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
This week, a pair of Nebraska volleyball legends received some good news as Coach Terry Pettit and former outside hitter Jordan Larson are among the six individuals selected to enter the Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame in 2020. Larson joined Sports Nightly to discuss the honor and more.
Huskers Add Hawai'ian Star Keonilei Akana to 2020 Recruiting Class
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach John Cook got some good news on Friday night as Hawai’ian star Keonilei Akana announced her commitment to Nebraska on Instagram.
Hot Reads: NCAA's Decisiveness Was a Luxury Only It Had
2 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
The NCAA officially allowed for eligibility relief for spring-sport student-athletes, but the implementation of that is much less clear for schools.
Nebraska Cancels Spring Volleyball Match
2 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska announced on Monday afternoon that the spring volleyball match against Northern Colorado, scheduled for April 25 at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island, has been canceled.
Navigating the World of Sports When There Are No Sports to Cover
2 mo ago by Erin Sorensen
The COVID-19 pandemic has canceled essentially all sports for the foreseeable future and we are being asked to stay home and to distance ourselves from one another, which makes things interesting when your job is to report on sports and people.
 
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