Erin Sorensen
Deputy Editor/Digital Marketing Strategist
Erin is the Deputy Editor and Digital Marketing Strategist for Hail Varsity. She has covered Nebraska athletics since 2012, which has included stops at Bleacher Report, Cox Media Group's Land of 10, and even Hail Varsity (previously from 2012-2017). She has also been featured on the Big Ten Network, NET's Big Red Wrap-Up, and a varsity of radio shows nationwide. When not covering the Huskers, Erin is probably at Chipotle.
NCAA Extends Eligibility for Spring Sport Athletes Impacted by COVID-19
Nebraska Baseball ⋅ 4 days ago by Erin Sorensen
The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday in favor of giving college athletes who participate in spring sports, like baseball and softball, an extra year of eligibility.
Scott Frost, Nebraska Football Frustrated, Concerned, Little Bit Bored
Nebraska Football ⋅ 10 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Coach Scott Frost joined Sports Nightly on Tuesday to talk about life amid the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the team is frustrated, concerned and even a little bit bored.
Will Bolt, Players Adjusting to Life Without Nebraska Baseball
Nebraska Baseball ⋅ 11 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Nebraska baseball should be in the heart of its season right now. Coach Will Bolt joined Sports Nightly to share what his team has been up to, how they're adjusting and gave some thoughts on the whole eligibility issue.
It's Already Clear Nebraska is Ahead on Name, Image and Likeness
Nebraska Football ⋅ 12 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Nebraska's newest commit for the 2021 recruiting class used an interesting hashtag in a tweet following his commitment. It's likely a sign of what's to come.
Another Exception? NCAA May Have to Make One for Spring Practices
Nebraska Football ⋅ 17 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Losing the spring game is one thing for Nebraska. Losing the spring practices is another. Athletic director Bill Moos shared on Sports Nightly about wanting back those 13 practices that the Huskers couldn't use for a later time, but what does that look like?
Navigating the World of Sports When There Are No Sports to Cover
Nebraska Volleyball ⋅ 19 days 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.
Football Early, Basketball Late: How Vedral Got Ready for Husker Hoops
Nebraska Football ⋅ 24 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Noah Vedral spent his Monday like any other Nebraska football player. It's how he spent his Monday evening that varies from the rest.
Huskers' OC Lubick Appreciated Year Away, but Happy to Coach Again
Nebraska Football ⋅ 25 days ago by Erin Sorensen
Nebraska offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Matt Lubick enjoyed his year away from coaching, but he's happy to be back at it now with the Huskers.
From Inspired to Inspiration, Nebraska Volleyball Respects the Journey
Nebraska Volleyball ⋅ 26 days ago by Erin Sorensen
The world of collegiate athletics is still not a perfect one for women, but it's getting better every year thanks in large part to women like those on the Nebraska volleyball team.
WATCH: Nebraska Beach Volleyball Opens Season with 5-0 Sweep
The Nebraska beach volleyball team opened its 2020 season on Friday at home against Park. The Huskers played five matches from the Hawks Championship Center beach facility, defeating the Pirates 5-0.
Nebraska's History with the Super Bowl
Joshua Kalu was Nebraska's last hope at keeping the Super Bowl streak alive. His Tennessee Titans didn't make it to the big game, but that doesn't change the Huskers' history with the Super Bowl.
Leaders, Teammates and Talent: Searching for the Perfect Blend
As part of our Year in Review series we're taking a close look at why the 2019 Nebraska football season went the way it did. The Huskers leadership, still a work in progress, was certainly a factor.
Keagan Johnson Getting Early Attention from Power Five Programs
Power Five programs may have missed on Bellevue West wide receiver Keagan Johnson's brothers, but the junior is doing what he can to make sure he can't be overlooked.
Zavier Betts Ready to Show Nebraska What He Can Do
Zavier Betts, a 4-star wide receiver from Bellevue West, wasn't expecting to sign early with Nebraska. When he found out he was able, it only motivated him more to show the Huskers what he's capable of.
Zavier Betts: 'I’m a Part of This Now and It’s Going to Be Awesome'
When the early signing period began, 4-star wide receiver Zavier Betts didn't think he'd be signing early with the 2020 Nebraska class. Then Scott Frost called.
Husker Seniors Confident in the Future of Nebraska Football
Lamar Jackson is a Nebraska football alum now, joining a group of seniors looking to find their place in Husker history.
Family, Friendship Keep Huskers Thankful Through Ups and Downs
Nebraska’s 54-7 win over Maryland gave the Huskers a week to be thankful. But Nebraska's staff and players have been thankful all along, in part to their each other, their families and their friends.
Austin Allen Growing Into the Leader Nebraska Needs
Nebraska sophomore tight end Austin Allen is growing into the leader Nebraska needs him to be.
Scott Frost Kicks Off Maryland Game Week with Press Conference
Nebraska is hitting the road one last time for the regular season this weekend. Coach Scott Frost met with the media Monday afternoon to get the week started. He discussed Maryland, quarterback Adrian Martinez and plenty more during his nearly 17 minutes at the podium.
Scott Frost, Nebraska and the Inevitable Grip of Time
Time is a funny thing. And it's something Scott Frost has been trying to figure out, especially when it comes to bringing Nebraska back to what it once was.
 
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