Three former Huskers will play in FIVB Volleyball Nations League; Softball team narrowly misses NCAA; Football transfers being handled with class, dignity.
Three former Nebraska volleyball players will be part of the U.S. Women's National Team that will compete in the inaugural FIVB Volleyball Nations League next week at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
The defending national champion Nebraska volleyball team will play all 10 of its non-conference matches in the state of Nebraska and will open the 2018 season at home against Florida in a rematch of the 2017 NCAA Championship match.
Serious football fans know that Scott Frost is a proven winner who went 36-2 in his three seasons as a Husker quarterback before going on to be a pivotal part of a 122-25 record in his 11-year
Jazz Sweet, the Nebraska Athletic Department's Outstanding 2017-18 Female Newcomer of the Year, delivered everything expected from a talented freshman. A 6-foot-3 outside hitter from Tecumseh, Kan.,
Some say life is a game, but true love is a trophy. Kelly Hunter, Nebraska's 2018 Best Female Athlete Award winner, can stretch that definition.
Nebraska volleyball head coach John Cook announced on Tuesday that 6-2 outside hitter Lexi Sun, a unanimous first-team All-Big 12 selection as a freshman at Texas in 2017, will transfer to the Husker volleyball program.