Nebraska picked up its third commitment in the first five days of the 2025 contact period as Scottsdale, Arizona, outside hitter Teraya Sigler picked the Huskers.
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Sigler averaged 4.5 kills per set on .370 hitting and 3.5 digs per set as a sophomore, leading Horizon to a 32-10 record and a 5A state championship. She put up a season-high 26 kills on .368 hitting, 14 digs, four blocks and an ace in the title match. She recorded five double-doubles overall including a match with 24 kills and a career-high 23 digs.
As a freshman at Phoenix Country Day (Paradise Valley, Arizona), she averaged 5.6 kills per set on .542 hitting and 2.3 digs per set with 69 aces, leading the Eagles to a 29-2 record and a 2A state championship. She reached double-figure kills in every match but one with eight matches of 20 or more. She tied her career-high — set three times — with 29 kills in the state championship, hitting .636 with 12 digs, four blocks and one ace in just three sets. She recorded seven double-doubles.
Sigler plays her club ball with AZ Storm, the same program that produced former Husker All-American Lauren Stivrins.