All Sports - Archives 2016-17

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Huskers Host Miles' Alma Mater
Men's Basketball 11/14/2016

The Nebraska basketball team returns to action Tuesday evening, as the Huskers host the University of Mary Marauders. Tipoff is set for 7:05 p.m., and a limited number of tickets are for sale by visiting or calling NU Development & Ticketing at 800-8-BIGRED.

100 First-Time Letterwinners Learn Essence of the N
Randy York N-Sider 11/14/2016

One of the most decorated student-athletes in Nebraska history was the keynote speaker Sunday to honor 100 first-time Husker letterwinners in 14 sports. Lori Sippel had no words that describe the

Thiele Heads Class of Three Talented Golf Signees
Women's Golf 11/14/2016

Nebraska Coach Robin Krapfl announced the signing of three student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on Monday, Nov. 14, to join the Husker women’s golf program in the fall of 2017.

Huskers Host Terps on Senior Day
Football 11/14/2016

Nebraska completes its home schedule on Saturday when the Huskers play host to Maryland at Memorial Stadium. The matchup will also mark Senior Day for Nebraska's group of seniors who will play in Lincoln for the final time. Kickoff at Memorial Stadium is set for 11 a.m., with the game televised on ESPNews.

Armstrong Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week
Football 11/14/2016

Nebraska senior quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. has been named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week, the conference announced on Monday.

Play Watson's Career High Leads Huskers Past Hornets
Men's Basketball 11/13/2016

Behind an all-around effort from Glynn Watson Jr., Nebraska overcame a sluggish first half and pulled away from Sacramento State, 83-61, Sunday evening in the Huskers’ season opener.

Five Huskers Capture Cyclone Open Crowns
Wrestling 11/13/2016

Five Husker wrestlers won weight class titles at the Harold Nichols Cyclone Open at Hilton Coliseum on Sunday.

Blackshirts Renew Confidence, Show Shades of Swagger
Football 11/13/2016

What a difference a week makes. On an unforgettable day that shocked the Nos. 2, 3, 4, 8 and 9-ranked college football program, Nebraska’s Blackshirts renewed their confidence and showed shades of swagger