The Husker volleyball offices were renovated in 2007, expanding the coaches and video area while also adding a display area to highlight great moments in the program's history.
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Nebraska Volleyball Team Room
The Nebraska Volleyball Team Room includes a lounge area, computers for the players to use and advanced video technology for coaches and players to work with.
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Volleyball Locker Room
The Husker locker room features personalized lockers and is highlighted by a N on the carpet that is lit from above.
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The Nebraska Coliseum has been the home to the Husker volleyball program since it began in the 1970s. The building was completely renovated for the volleyball program in 1991, making it one of the most fan-friendly volleyball environments in the country.
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Hawks Championship Center Sand Court
One of the unique features of the Hawks Championship Center is the Olympic sized (8x16 meters) sand court. The special sand is the same type used in the Olympics, and waas washed and polished to prevent dust.
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Charles and Romona Myers Performance Center
The strength complex inside the Charles and Romona Myers Performance Center is one of the largest in college athletics. Former Husker volleyball All-American Laura Buttermore serves as the Huskers' strength coach.
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Husker volleyball fans line up before the NU Coliseum opens up prior to a match. Fans have sometimes waited outside for a couple of hours to get the best seat possible.
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Wall of Distinction
The Hewit Center features a Wall of Distinction, highlighting all of the student-athletes who have ever graduated from Nebraska, as well as a special display on Nebraska's nation's leading Academic All-Americans.
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Athletic medicine center
The Athletic Medicine area in the Tom and Nancy Osborne Athletic Complex features a hydrotherapy area with a three-laned pool, allowing student-athletes to work out simultaneously,
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Student-athletes eat their meals in the Hewit Center, adjacent to the academic study area. A full range of nutritional options are available for both lunch and dinner. Nebraska has two full-time nutritionists on staff to make sure athletes have healthy options.
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Student-athletes have access to the nutrition landing next to the weightroom. The area has fluids and nutritional food to help athletes recover following workouts. The area also has a lounge and computers to allow student-athletes to check email and work on projects.
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