Nebraska Coach Connie Yori announced the addition of Britney Brown as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator to the Huskers' 2015-16 women's basketball staff.
The Nebraska women's basketball team completed its fourth consecutive 20-win season by making its fourth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2015. Nebraska is just one of eight programs nationally to carry a 100 percent Graduation Success Rate into each of the last four NCAA tournaments.
The Nebraska women's basketball team celebrated the careers of four outstanding seniors while gathering to remember a successful season at the annual awards banquet at Lincoln Station on Thursday, April 9.
Nebraska was one of only 19 schools in the 64-team field of the 2015 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament to post a 100 percent Graduation Success Rate, according to research done by the Institute of Diversity and Ethics in Sport.
In a possession game for the full 40 minutes, the careers of four outstanding Nebraska seniors came to end with a 72-69 loss to Syracuse in the first round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at Colonial Life Arena on Friday night.
Nebraska Coach Connie Yori and the Huskers met the media and held their first practice at Colonial Life Arena on Thursday in preparation for Friday's game against Syracuse in the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament.
When you're 18, growing up in the Big Ten Conference is hard to do. Just ask Rachel Theriot, who arrived at Nebraska three years ago from Ohio. Loaded with potential and recruited with fervor, Theriot
The Nebraska women's basketball team made history by earning its fourth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament and will take on Syracuse Friday in the first round at Columbia, S.C. Tip-off is set for 6:30 p.m. (central) with live TV coverage by ESPN2.
Talk about timing. The day before the Nebraska women's basketball team flies to Columbia, South Carolina, to play in the NCAA Tournament, Karen Jennings becomes her sport's first inductee into the
Nebraska's four seniors became the first class in school history to lead the Huskers to four straight NCAA tournaments, when they were included in the field of 64 for the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament on Monday.
Nebraska battled hard but No. 14 Iowa hit more shots and made more plays in the second half to hand the Huskers a 74-65 loss in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals on Friday at Sears Centre Arena.
The Nebraska women's basketball team continues its stay at the 2015 Big Ten Tournament by battling the Iowa Hawkeyes on Friday in Hoffman Estates, Ill. Tip-off between the No. 7 seed Huskers and the No. 7 seed Hawkeyes is set for 6 p.m. (CT).