Nebraska Coach Amy Williams and the Huskers met the media in Texas on Friday afternoon before going through a 90-minute practice at the Erwin Center in advance of Saturday's first-round NCAA Tournament match-up with Arizona State.
The Nebraska women's basketball team earned its 14th NCAA Tournament bid in school history and its first under second-year head coach Amy Williams when Nebraska was included in the 64-team 2018 NCAA Tournament field.
After a 7-22 season, even coach Amy Williams didn't expect an NCAA Tournament in her second year, until she saw a certain work ethic and team chemistry take hold.
The Nebraska women's basketball team earned its 14th NCAA Tournament bid in school history, as the Huskers claimed a No. 10 seed in the 64-team field announced during the NCAA Tournament Selection Show on ESPN Monday night.
Nebraska ran into a stifling Maryland defense, and the No. 17 Terrapins hit a load of mid-range jumpers to shoot their way to a 66-53 victory over the Huskers in the semifinals of the Big Ten Conference Women's Basketball Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Saturday night.
The Nebraska women's basketball team gets its third chance to take down the No. 17 Maryland Terrapins in the past month, when the Huskers battle the Terps in the Big Ten semifinals on Saturday in Indianapolis.
Hannah Whitish scored seven of her team-high 17 points in the final 3:05 and the Nebraska women's basketball team played spectacular defense to outlast No. 24 Michigan, 61-54, in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday night.
The Nebraska women's basketball team opens its pursuit of the Big Ten Conference Tournament title when the Huskers play sixth-seeded Michigan on Friday at approximately 7:30 p.m. The Huskers, who earned the No. 3 seed with an 11-5 Big Ten mark, claimed a two-day bye into the tournament.
Nebraska's Hannah Whitish and Kate Cain were honored with All-Big Ten awards by the conference coaches on Monday, Feb. 26.
Nebraska's Amy Williams was named the 2018 Big Ten Women's Basketball Coach of the Year in a vote of conference media on Monday, Feb. 26.
The Nebraska women's basketball team earned the No. 3 seed and a double-bye for the 2018 Big Ten Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis this week. The Huskers, who finished the regular season with an 11-5 conference mark and a 20-9 overall record, will open their seventh Big Ten Tournament on Friday night against the winner of Thursday night's game between No. 6 Michigan and either No. 11 Penn State or No. 14 Illinois.
Nebraska rallied from a 14-point deficit with less than 15 minutes left to take a 75-74 lead with 48 seconds remaining, before falling 77-75 at No. 13 Maryland on Sunday afternoon.on.