Danielle Breen capped out an outstanding academic and athletic career by earning College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District 7 honors for the second year in a row, as CoSIDA released its at-large teams on Thursday.
Nebraska gymnast Danielle Breen was selected to receive an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, announced by the NCAA on Tuesday.
2018 Season Review: Nebraska Sees Final Super Six
Nebraska women's gymnastics finished sixth in the nation at the Super Six Finals on Saturday night in St. Louis, Mo., with a final team score of 196.800.
Huskers to Compete at 12th Super Six
Behind a collaborative balance beam effort, Nebraska women's gymnastics pulled off an incredible performance and qualified for its 12th Super Six on Friday, scoring an impressive 197.0125 and finishing in third place at the National Collegiate Semifinal I at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Mo.
Sophomore gymnast missed last season with Achilles injury and is now back on three events to help Nebraska in the NCAA Championships.
Nebraska women's gymnast Danielle Breen was awarded the NCAA Elite 90 Award on Wednesday at the National Collegiate Women's Gymnastics Championship banquet in St. Louis.
Nebraska women's gymnastics is set to compete at the 2018 National Collegiate Gymnastics Championship National Semifinal I on Friday, April 20 at 12 p.m. CT in St. Louis, Mo., at Chaifetz Arena. The Huskers qualified for the semifinals after finishing second at the NCAA Raleigh Regional with their best score in five years, 197.525.
Before reading a column that defines and describes how and why Danielle (Dani) Breen earned Nebraska's prestigious 2018 Female Student-Athlete of Year award last Sunday night in Lincoln, let's examine
Senior Danielle Breen was named Nebraska's Female Student Athlete of the Year at the annual Night at the Lied event on Sunday evening, one of the most coveted awards offered by the University of Nebraska Athletics Department.
Nebraska punched their ticket to the NCAA National Semifinals after finishing in second place at the NCAA Raleigh Regional with a season-high team score of 197.525, its best score in five years. Sophomore Taylor Houchin was named the Regional Champion on bars with a 9.975, and the Regional Co-Champion on vault with a 9.95.