Randy York N-Sider - Archives 2014-15

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Allison Weston The Epitome of Nebraska Volleyball
Volleyball 09/02/2015

Terry Pettit says Allison Weston "represents everything that's great about Nebraska Volleyball." She was "an exceptional student and leader and her athletic ability and character allowed her to be a

The Art of Perfection: Simpson ‘Fit’ Nebraska
Women's Gymnastics 09/01/2015

To this day, Nebraska Women's Gymnastics Coach Dan Kendig doesn't know why Richelle Simpson accepted a scholarship to Penn State, moved to State College, Pa., from Toronto, Canada, and then wanted to

Play Guatemala Opens Minds, Changes Views, Leaves Marks
Life Skills 08/31/2015

Last May, Nebraska continued to separate itself and set another standard for the nation's most innovative and comprehensive Life Skills program. Thanks to new NCAA legislation, Nebraska paid the costs

NU’s ‘Destination Omaha’ Launches Successfully
Volleyball 08/29/2015

If optimism is the essence of achievement and the foundation for hope, two Nebraska volleyball fans will be standing in their seats, clapping their hands and raising their arms in December when their

Sasse-Kildow: A ‘Grinder’ Who Defied the Odds
Women's Golf 08/28/2015

In her 29th season as Nebraska's head women's golf coach, Robin Krapfl continues to emphasize the principles of achieving excellence on and off the course. Coaching a program that leads the nation

15 Years Later, Friesen is Still Living His Dream
Men's Golf 08/26/2015

In the wide world of professional sports, Steve Friesen is an anomaly, especially for Nebraska natives. The 1999 Ben Hogan Award winner, presented annually to collegiate golf's top scholar-athlete,

Heyns: The Most Important Legacy Built on Character
Swimming and Diving 08/25/2015

Penny Heyns won the only NCAA individual title in Nebraska Women's Swimming and Diving history. In 1996, the same year she finished her final collegiate season, the South Africa native won her

Riley Radio Show Begins Thursday; TV Format Changes
Football 08/24/2015

As the countdown to Nebraska's season-opening kickoff against BYU continues, Mike Riley, Nebraska's first-year head football coach, has finalized his radio show plans with the Husker Sports Network.

Gold Medalist Proven Product of Nebraska’s Culture
Athletics 08/23/2015

Now that the inaugural Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame honor has soaked in, Olympic swimming gold medalist Adam Pine will travel from his native Australia to Lincoln to receive that precious award

New Facilities Inspire Coaches, Student-Athletes
Athletics 08/21/2015

Thanks to a high number of generous donors who helped Nebraska convert a soccer and tennis complex dream into a $20.4 million reality, Big Red supporters across the country and around the world will

Current Huskers Enjoy Connecting to History
Football 08/21/2015

During Thursday morning's Nebraska football practice, Husker Defensive Line Coach Hank Hughes introduced himself to Larry Jacobson, who decided on a whim to visit Thursday's training drills.

Writers' Votes Give NU College Football's Top Tier
Football 08/20/2015

The Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) released its 75th Anniversary Team Thursday morning and guess who dominated college football's top tier of legendary players from the Post-WW II Era?