Nebraska Women's Basketball Facilities
The Nebraska women's basketball team trains and plays in two of the top facilities in the country. On-campus the Huskers utilize the Hendricks Training Complex, while the teams plays in downtown Lincoln's Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Pinnacle Bank Arena
Nebraska's competitive home for men's and women's basketball, Pinnacle Bank Arena provides the Huskers with a huge home-court advantage in the heart of downtown Lincoln. The Huskers are 60-24 in their first four seasons on their new home court, including a pair of wins over top-10 teams. Nebraska has ranked among the top 20 teams nationally in average home attendance in each of its first five seasons at Pinnacle Bank Arena. The Huskers have drawn nearly 450,000 fans during that span, ranking in the top 15 nationally in total attendance, while averaging 5,350 fans per game.
Hendricks Training Complex
Nebraska's state-of-the-art workout facility for men's and women's basketball, the Hendricks Training Complex features dedicated practice courts for both programs, along with spacious locker rooms, player lounges, film rooms and team rooms. Both courts are just steps away from the weight room, athletic medicine areas and coaches offices. The Hendricks Training Complex opened in October of 2011 and is connected to Nebraska's old home court at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
Strength & Conditioning
Located just steps away from Nebraska's locker room, practice court and athletic medicine areas in the Hendricks Training Complex, a 5,000-square foot weight room provides Husker men's and women's basketball players all the tools necessary in an ideal setting to maximize performance.