Nebraska Women's Basketball News

Last Game

Loss 75-81
Mar 5, 2020
Big Ten Tournament

2019 Schedule

Alabama A&M
W 68-46
@ Missouri
W 90-85
Southern Illinois Edwardsville
W 63-49
W 73-39
L 74-79
W 67-54
Sacred Heart *
W 72-49
W 83-79
Oral Roberts
W 77-67
W 78-69
@ Michigan State
L 70-78
W 72-58
W 65-50
@ Rutgers
L 65-69
@ Maryland
L 69-87
W 74-71
L 68-76
@ Wisconsin
W 72-71
@ Minnesota
L 61-67
Ohio State
L 74-80
@ Iowa
L 60-76
L 53-57
Penn State
W 75-58
@ Northwestern
L 56-60
@ Ohio State
L 52-65
W 80-58
@ Indiana
L 53-81
Michigan *
L 75-81
* Game played at neutral site
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Big Ten Standings

Ohio State
Michigan State
Penn State
Coaching from Home: Carpool Karaoke, Zoom Calls with Amy Williams
13 days ago by Derek Peterson
For Nebraska women's basketball coach Amy Williams, the last few months of quarantine have been filled with things like carpool karaoke and interrupted Zoom calls.
How Nebraska Women's Basketball Is Managing a Return to Campus
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Husker women's basketball coach Amy Williams joined the Varsity Club Podcast last week to talk through a number of different topics. One of them: what life is going to look like in the coming weeks and months as her team gets back to campus.
How COVID-19 Has Impacted Several in the Nebraska Family
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska isn't a COVID-19 hotbed like other parts of the country, and it hasn’t been hit by the virus in ways other states have, but the Husker family has still dealt with it.
Catching Up with Husker WBB Coach Amy Williams | The Varsity Club Podcast
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Amy Williams joined the podcast this week, and we covered quite a bit of ground. We get into various basketball-related topics—because of course—like Kate Cain's leadership and Sam Haiby's growth. But there's also a little schedule talk, how COVID-19 is impacting the team, and more.
Nebraska Athletes Set to Return to Campus June 1
2 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Nebraska has its plan in place. The Huskers expect to welcome a number of athletes back to campus beginning June 1, including football, basketball (both men’s and women’s), volleyball and soccer.
Mailbag: Any First-Rounders Coming Down the Pipeline?
3 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The Hail Varsity staff is back once again to answer your mailbag questions. This week, it's a lot of draft talk, a lot of Noah Vedral talk, and a little of a lot else.
Amy Williams Talks Transfers, Cheeseburgers and More
3 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Husker women’s basketball head coach Amy Williams took on Sports Nightly Monday night. In a conversation that spanned roughly 12 minutes, she covered a good deal of ground.
Kendall Coley's Road to Nebraska
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Kendall Coley looked at the college basketball landscape and thought why wait? “It really was down to two schools I really enjoyed, and I ended up picking Nebraska because I felt like that was the right place for me."
Huskers Add Cal Grad Transfer Mi'Cole Cayton, TTU's Nailah Dillard
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Between graduation and transfer, Nebraska was looking at seven departures from the 2019-20 squad, four of them from the backcourt. The start of the offseason had not been kind to NU so far, but two transfer additions may just change that.
Recruiting Wins, Football Controversies, and Transfer Hits
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Fred Hoiberg is challenging the traditional recruiting narrative at Nebraska, Dabo Swinney has something to say but has no say, and the Huskers' women's basketball program gets some needed good news.
Nebraska Guard Leigha Brown Puts Name in NCAA Transfer Portal
4 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
The Nebraska women’s basketball team roster has taken another hit. Leigha Brown, the Huskers’ leading scorer, has put her name in the NCAA transfer portal.
Padding the Stats: On the NCAA's Decision Regarding Winter Athletes
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
The NCAA did the right thing granting spring athletes another season of eligibility. Jacob Padilla writes the NCAA probably got it right by declining to offer the same eligibility for winter athletes as well, unfortunately.
What the Losses of Veerbeek, Mershon Mean for Nebraska
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Losing one would hurt any program outside college basketball's elite. Losing both forwards, as Nebraska did Wednesday, could prove a significant blow to Nebraska's build.
Forwards Ashtyn Veerbeek, Kayla Mershon Leaving Nebraska
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska was hit hard with some offseason attrition Wednesday afternoon when two members of coach Amy Williams’ frontcourt rotation announced they were leaving Nebraska.
Weighty Expectations, Maturity Tests, Potential Breakout Candidate
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
With a number of things going on in the Husker-sphere right now, it felt like a good time to cover a few different topics. Derek Peterson tackles it all.
Padding the Stats: March Madness is Here
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
We had to wait an extra day this year, but the most wonderful month of the year is finally here. This is March.
Leigha Brown, Kate Cain Earn Big Ten End-of-Season Honors
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The season may not have gone collectively how the Huskers had hoped, but the Big Ten still recognized both Leigha Brown and Kate Cain for their individual contributions Monday when the all-conference teams and awards were announced.
Huskers Close Out Regular Season with Brutal Loss to No. 22 Indiana
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The light seemed to come on for Indiana late in the third quarter. Nebraska then got its doors blown off. A season-worst shooting performance gave way to the worst loss of the season in the final game of the regular season.
Hudson's Two Years at Nebraska Just the Start of Her Coaching Career
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Kristian Hudson took a grad transfer to Nebraska before the start of the 2018-19 season. The production on the court hasn't been there in abundance, but her two years have done well to prepare her for what's next.
A One-Time Free Transfer Is the Right Move. . . If Handled Properly
5 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The NCAA Transfer Waiver Working Group is considering a change to the current transfer restrictions for football, baseball, hockey, and men's and women's basketball. Undergrad student-athletes would be able to transfer for free once. That's good. It's not easy.
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