Women's Basketball - Archives 2016-17
Former Nebraska women's basketball player Danielle Page did not expect to play in the WNBA. She did not expect to play professional basketball for eight years, and even though she grew up near the home of the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, she did not expect to be an Olympian.
The Nebraska women's basketball program continued to rank among the nation's best in total attendance, as the Huskers led the Big Ten Conference in total attendance and attracted more than 100,000 fans to Pinnacle Bank Arena in 2015-16.
In her third season in the WNBA, former Husker All-American Jordan Hooper is hitting her stride and expanding her role with the Dallas Wings.
The Nebraska women's basketball team learned its potential match-ups for the 2016 Preseason WNIT and announced its full schedule of regular-season non-conference games on Monday, June 13.
The most beautiful thing about a voluntary trip to a poor community in the Dominican Republic is the life-changing impact it's had on junior guard Emily Wood, a Salina, Kan., native on the Nebraska
The Nebraska women's basketball team will square off with Virginia Tech in the 2016 ACC/Big Ten Challenge in Blacksburg, Va., on Thursday, Dec. 1.
Nebraska women's basketball coach Amy Williams will throw out the ceremonial first pitch for Husker Night with the Storm Chasers at Werner Park on Thursday Night.
The Nebraska women's basketball team will compete in its third Preseason WNIT in school history, the Huskers announced on Wednesday, May 11.
Head Coach Amy Williams filled her Nebraska women's basketball staff with some familiar faces on Thursday, adding all three of her assistants and her director of operations from the University of South Dakota.
It was no coincidence that Tim Miles and Mark Manning were beaming Tuesday when Amy Williams was introduced as Nebraska's new women's head basketball coach. "We now have the Trifecta – Manning, Miles
New Nebraska Head Coach Amy Williams hit the ground running on her first official day as the Husker women's basketball coach on Tuesday, April 12.
Lincoln, NE—The University of Nebraska has hired Amy Williams as its new Head Women's Basketball Coach, Director of Athletics Shawn Eichorst announced today.