Women's Basketball - Archives 2015-16
The Nebraska women's basketball team will play 20 home games, including 18 regular-season contests at Pinnacle Bank Arena in 2015-16.
Nebraska women's basketball continued its strong tradition of outstanding fan support, finishing No. 11 nationally in average home attendance rankings released by the NCAA on Monday, July 6.
Former Nebraska center Danielle Page scored 12 points and pulled down eight big rebounds to lead Serbia to a 76-68 upset of top-seeded France in the Eurobasket Women's Championship on Sunday. The victory earned Serbia an automatic bid into the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Former Nebraska and Lincoln Northeast point guard Ashley Ford will return home as an assistant coach with the Nebraska women's basketball program, Coach Connie Yori announced on Monday.
Nebraska freshman-to-be Maddie Simon added another impressive honor to an award-winning 2014-15 season when she was named the recipient of the Perkins Award presented by the Lincoln Downtown Athletic Club on Wednesday.
Nebraska will welcome a North Carolina school to Pinnacle Bank Arena for the second consecutive season when the Huskers take on North Carolina State on Thursday, Dec. 3, in the 2015 Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
For perspective, let's begin with a recent statement from a senior administrator in our department of athletics the day before University of Nebraska commencement exercises at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Kyndal Clark, the 2014 Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year and a 2015 member of the WBCA Allstate Good Works Team, will join the Nebraska women's basketball team as a fifth-year senior transfer for 2015-16, Coach Connie Yori announced on Thursday.
A total of 55 Husker student-athletes who combined for 29 All-America awards in competition during their Husker careers received their diplomas over the weekend at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's commencement exercises at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Saturday morning's undergraduate commencement featured 54 Huskers.