Information for Prospective Student-Athletes
We are excited about your interest in the University of Nebraska and Nebraska Men's Basketball. The Huskers have made 13 postseason tournament appearances since 1990, including five trips to the NCAA Tournament.
With four starters returning, the Huskers look to get back to the postseason for the third time in four seasons under Coach Doc Sadler in 2010-11. Please browse through the links below to discover why "There is no place like Nebraska."
Why Choose Nebraska
Did you know that Nebraska has more Academic All-Americans than any other school in the country? Learn more about the academic and athletic traditions at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Also find out more about Husker Power, the nationally recognized strength and conditioning program of Nebraska Athletics.
How to Contact a Coach
A list of all department coaches and how to best contact them.
Please note that, per NCAA rules, coaches can only respond via e-mail to juniors (after September 1) and seniors in high school. Coaches must mail responses to freshmen and sophomores, per NCAA rules. You can call any Nebraska coach, but they cannot return your phone call unless you are a senior in high school.
Men's Basketball Homepage
Your source for the latest men's basketball news.
The Bob Devaney Sports Center has been the home to Husker men's basketball for 30 years. Learn more about the building that gives the Huskers the home-court advantage with our online tour. The Huskers will open the Hendricks Training Complex in the fall of 2011 and the new 16,000-seat Haymarket Arena in 2013. Click on the links to see features on these new facilities.
Basic NCAA Recruiting Rules
What every prospective student-athlete should know about the recruiting process.
Information on classes and majors, advising and tutoring available for all student-athletes.
Athletic scholarships, university aid, federal or state grants are all covered here.