Nebraska continues its road trip Wednesday evening, as the Huskers are in Piscataway, N.J., as the Huskers take on the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.
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The Nebraska women's basketball team is back home at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Wednesday to take on Big Ten rival Purdue. Tip-off between the Big Red (14-6, 5-2 Big Ten) and the Boilermakers (13-7, 4-2 Big Ten) is set for 7 p.m. (CT).
On Sunday evening, Nebraska student-athletes arrived on the third floor of Memorial Stadium for a Diversity and Inclusion Summit sponsored by NU's Life Skills department. On a rainy weekend night, with homework to be done, studying to do and two NFL Playoff games going on, it might not have been at the top of a student's "Places to Be" list.
Nebraska falls short at No. 13 Ohio State despite 34 points from James Palmer Jr., and now must quickly focus on Rutgers to salvage road trip and keep pace in the Big Ten.
Columbus, Ohio - Despite a career-high 34 points from James Palmer Jr., No. 13 Ohio State edged Nebraska, 64-59, Monday evening at Value City Arena.
Nebraska women's gymnast Sienna Crouse is the Big Ten Event Specialist of the week, announced by the conference on Monday, Jan. 22.
Seven different Husker athletic programs combine to win every game, dual, competition last week.
Nebraska guard James Palmer Jr. was honored Monday afternoon, as he was selected as the Big Ten's Co-Player of the Week. He shared the award with Purdue's Carsen Edwards for games during the week of Jan. 15-21.
Zak Hensley (133), Collin Purinton (149), Luke Weber (157) and Colton Wolfe (197) each took first place at the Roger Denker Open, while six other Huskers placed at the tournament held at the Central Missouri Multipurpose Building on Sunday.
The Nebraska women's basketball road warriors continued their winning ways away from home with a 52-42 upset of No. 25 Rutgers on Sunday evening at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
Nebraska won each of the last four bouts by decision Sunday to complete a weekend sweep of top-20 opponents, as the 18th-ranked Huskers rallied to knock off No. 16 Rutgers by a score of 19-13 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center, extending the NU win streak to four duals in a row.