Randy York N-Sider - Archives 2016-17

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Hachtmann Spearheads Unique Major in Sports Media/Communication
Athletics 04/20/2017

Frauke Hachtmann likes to hit the creativity button whenever she looks at the world and sees something that no one else sees. A native of Germany, Hachtmann earned Nebraska women's varsity tennis

Brook Berringer and Dad Had Best Seats in the House
Football 04/18/2017

Twenty minutes before last Saturday's annual Nebraska Red-White Spring Football Game, Jan Berringer and Drue Lovgren surveyed Memorial Stadium's 20-yard line in the Northwest corner of Tom Osborne

With Four Gifted Quarterbacks, Will Tanner Lee Start?
Football 04/17/2017

Even though Nebraska Football Coach Mike Riley appears to be in no hurry to name the Huskers' starting quarterback for the 2017 season, that doesn't stop the media from reaching their own conclusions.

Curtain Goes Up for NU Senior Walk-On Tyler Hoppes
Football 04/14/2017

In the midst of all kinds of individual Nebraska football stories, plans and plots, Husker Nation would be wise to focus their respective attention on No. 88 Saturday in the annual Red-White Spring

Can Mike Colgate Become One of Huskers' Best-Ever?
Men's Golf 04/12/2017

The best thing about collegiate athletics is the opportunity to work relentlessly, develop distinctively and find unique ways to crawl out of relative obscurity. Michael Colgate, a senior golfer and

Play Honoring the Late Humble & Kind Sam Foltz, No. 27
Football 04/10/2017

Sunday's Night at the Lied Center went beyond Nebraska's 27th annual award banquet that celebrates UNL's best in academics, athletics and life skills over the past year.

Williams, Wiseman NU Student-Athletes of the Year
Track and Field 04/09/2017

Two first-team All-America track and field performers received Nebraska Athletics' highest individual honor Sunday night at Lincoln's Lied Center.

Legendary Husker Athlete Bob Cerv Dies at Age 91
Baseball 04/08/2017

Bob Cerv, the only Nebraska student-athlete in history to earn four varsity letters in both baseball and basketball, died Thursday night in Blair, Neb., at age 91, less than a month before his May 5th

Coaches: Research Valuable Resource for Recruiting
Women's Gymnastics 04/05/2017

Some say research is important to see what everybody else has seen, so they can think what others have never thought. Others see research as formalized curiosity that pokes and pries with a purpose,

10 Reasons Why NU's Student Section Deserves Your Vote
Football 03/30/2017

If you’ve never heard of the National Collegiate Student Section Association (NCSSA), you have now, and guess what? Your connection to and action for Nebraska’s student section can help the Huskers

Eichorst: Huskers Eager to Host 2017 Hall-of-Famers
Football 03/28/2017

The most recent Talk to the Director of Athletics Radio Show welcomed six Huskers into the 2017 University of Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame Class. Shawn Eichorst said the six will be enshrined on

Huskers Host Their Own March Madness on Saturday
Women's Gymnastics 03/27/2017

Dan Kendig has spent 24 years at the helm of Nebraska women’s gymnastics, long enough to know that the Huskers’ first NCAA Regional Championship in 12 years in Lincoln is one B1G Darn Deal Saturday