Amy Williams
Lethargic Start Comes Back to Haunt Huskers, Who Fall 76-68 to Purdue
1 day ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska fought back Wednesday night against the Boilermakers, all but erasing what was once a 21-point deficit and taking a fourth-quarter lead. But a disappointing start ultimately proved too much to overcome in a 76-68 home loss.
Huskers Bounce Back in Big Way with 74-71 Win Over Michigan
4 days ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska needed a bounce-back kind of showing against Michigan at home Sunday afternoon. With offensive firepower from Hannah Whitish and Sam Haiby, and key plays from the supporting cast down the stretch, the Huskers got just that.
Contributions All Around, but Cain-Veerbeek Pair Working Wonders
11 days ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska women's basketball coach Amy Williams is maximizing what she gets from each lineup she puts on the floor, but the big lineup with Kate Cain and Ashtyn Verbeek is offering the biggest returns.
We'll Find Out Soon Enough, But These Huskers Might Be Special
18 days ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska is working on its best start to a season since the 2011-12 Huskers opened the year 15-1. It’s time to start paying attention to this group of Huskers. They just might be special.
Standout Play by Kate Cain Powers Huskers Past No. 24 Gophers, 72-58
19 days ago by Derek Peterson
The best game Kate Cain has played in a Nebraska uniform? “Absolutely,” head coach Amy Williams said after a 72-58 Nebraska win over 24th-ranked Minnesota Saturday night.
Leigha Brown Leads Nebraska Past Manhattan
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Leigha Brown caught fire in the first half and led Nebraska to a 71-51 win over Manhattan at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Sunday afternoon. Brown exploded for a season-high 25 points off the bench to lead all scorers.
Ashtyn Veerbeek's Time is Split, and that's Perfectly All Right
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Her mom is a record-breaking high school volleyball coach. She was an all-time kind of high school basketball player. There's room in Ashtyn Veerbeek's life for both sports.
Nebraska Suffers First Loss of Season to In-State Foe Creighton
2 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska suffered its first loss of the season and fourth straight against in-state foe Creighton on Sunday afternoon as the Jays lit it up from the perimeter en route to a 79-74 win at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Nicea Eliely Powers Nebraska to 63-49 Win Over SIU Edwardsville
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska women's basketball moved to 4-0 with a confident and controlled game against SIU Edwardsville.
Nebraska Runs Away from Morgan State in the Fourth, Wins 78-55
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska looked pretty rough around the edges until the energy perked up and the offense got a little cleaner in the fourth quarter. It helped the Huskers pull away from Morgan State for their third straight win to open the season.
Huskers Roll In Season-Opening Win Over Alabama A&M, 68-46
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Versatility and a dynamic, new frontcourt helped power the Huskers to a big win in the first game of the 2019-20 season.
With Nebraska's Season Here, Amy Williams Wants to See Consistency
2 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska didn't win more than three games in a row last season. With an incredibly young team, the Huskers rode a roller coaster of inconsistency. Finding a rhythm early and committing to the defensive end are a few keys to making sure that doesn't happen again.
Three Thoughts on Nebraska's Exhibition Rout of Rogers State
2 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Bring IT is the mantra for the 2019-20 Nebraska basketball team, and the Huskers certainly did that on Saturday night, routing Division II Rogers State 97-33 in an exhibition game at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Here are three thoughts on the win.
Renewed Sense of Urgency as Huskers Look to Rebound from 2018 Season
3 mo ago by Derek Peterson
For the Nebraska women's basketball team—who lost 10 games by two possessions or less last season—there is a sense of urgency heading into the 2019-20 season.
Mailbag: A Better Chance NU Wins 10 Games or CU Keeps Out the Red?
7 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Which is more likely, Nebraska wins 10 games in 2019 or Husker fans overwhelm Boulder despite Colorado's best efforts? We tackle that and more in this week's Mailbag.
Love or Hate: Breaking Walls, Scheduling Devils and Nailing Pressers
7 mo ago by Derek Peterson
From Isaiah Roby getting drafted to Nebraska football's participation in The Program, there was plenty to love this week. A little to hate too. Derek Peterson covers it all.
Husker Coaches Speak on Culture on Big Red Blitz Tour
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
During the question-and-answer segment of the Big Red Blitz stop in Fremont, one fan asked about culture and each of the coaches as well as Bill Moos offered their own thoughts on the topic as it relates to their respective programs.
Notes from Moos and Husker Coaches' Big Red Blitz
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos and a collection of Husker coaches made their way across the state on Thursday as part of the Big Red Blitz which included stops in Norfolk and Fremont as well as the SAC Museum and we've got you covered on all the news and notes from the event.
Huskers Fall 75-71 to Purdue in Big Ten Tournament to End Season
10 mo ago by Derek Peterson
The sixth-seeded Huskers swept the Boilermakers during the regular season, but were out-muscled inside in the third meeting and fell 75-71.
Huskers Hold Off Penn State Rally to Close Regular Season with a 79-74 Win
10 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Nebraska built a big lead, lost it and then battled back to beat Penn State to close the regular season.
 
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