The Nebraska women's basketball team will play a 16-game Big Ten Conference schedule that includes all eight home games against 2016 postseason qualifiers at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
On Sunday evening, before Nebraska women's basketball's newest crop of Huskers got set for the first day of fall classes, Husker Sports Network radio broadcaster Matt Coatney had an opportunity to speak to the team and booster club members for a few moments about Husker Olympic bronze medalist Danielle Page.
Nebraska women's basketball coach Amy Williams announced the addition of Janay Morton to the Huskers' 2016-17 roster on Saturday, Aug. 20.
Former Husker Danielle Page helped her adopted home country of Serbia to its first-ever Olympic medal in women's basketball with a 70-63 win over France on the final day of the Rio Olympics on Saturday.
Former Husker Danielle Page produced 10 points and team highs with seven rebounds and three steals, but she could not prevent a 68-54 loss by Serbia to Spain in the semifinals of the Rio Olympics on Thursday.
Danielle Page scored five points while adding four rebounds, two steals and a blocked shot to help upstart Serbia to the biggest upset so far in women's basketball at the Rio Olympics with a 73-71 win over Australia on Tuesday morning at Youth Arena.
Danielle Page scored 15 points and grabbed a team-high eight rebounds in a 95-88 win over Senegal to help Serbia advance out of Group B into elimination play at the Rio Olympics.
Former Husker Danielle Page scored a team-high 15 points to lead Serbia in a 110-84 loss to Team USA in women's basketball on Wednesday afternoon in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Former Husker Danielle Page played a strong game in her Olympic debut, but her Serbian team came up short in a 65-59 loss to Spain on Sunday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Bria Stallworth, a member of the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie women's basketball team as a freshman at UMass in 2015-16, has joined the Huskers for the 2016-17 season, Nebraska Coach Amy Williams announced on Wednesday, July 6.
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.