The Nebraska soccer team took advantage of its international trip earlier this month, spending nearly two weeks in Scotland and won each of its five games, while also exploring the country.
Nebraska Head Men's Tennis Coach Sean Maymi and Assistant Coach Tom Boysen have worked hard throughout their first year in Lincoln to upgrade the Husker roster, and that hard work has been rewarded with five newcomers filling their first recruiting class at Nebraska in 2019-20.
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The Nebraska Swimming and Diving team landed a spot on the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America team on Tuesday after succeeding in the classroom last spring.
The Nebraska women's basketball team will take on Creighton in the annual meeting between the two school's on Sunday, Nov. 24 at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln.
Nebraska fans can mark Thursday, Aug. 1 on their calendar as the date to meet their favorite Huskers at Nebraska Football Fan Day presented by U.S. Cellular.
Nebraska track and field triple jumper Angela Mercurio and gymnast Anton Stephenson have been selected to receive 2018-19 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships.
Former Husker Liz Kuhlkin finished fourth at the U.S. Women's Open in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Three former Nebraska bowlers wrapped up round-robin match play at the U.S. Women's Open in Las Vegas on Saturday, and Liz Kuhlkin qualified for the five-person stepladder finals.
Six former Nebraska bowlers advanced to the Cashers' Round on Friday at the U.S. Women's Open in Las Vegas. Of the six bowlers that remained, four former Huskers advanced from the Cashers' Round to the round-robin match play portion of the tournament on Friday night.
Three University of Nebraska student-athletes earned Google Cloud Academic All-America honors when the College Sports Information Directors of America announced its NCAA Division I At-Large award winners on Friday, June 21. The trio of awards move Nebraska's nation-leading Academic All-America total to 336 all-time across all sports.
Eleven former Nebraska bowlers completed the qualifying round of the U.S. Women's Open on Thursday evening in Las Vegas. Of the 11 bowlers, six former Huskers will be advancing to the Cashers' Round on Friday.