Honors and Awards
- 2010 Seattle Regional All-Tournament Team
- Two-Time First-Team Academic All-Big 12 (2009, 2010)
- 2011 Academic All-Big Ten
Wilberger played in 28 matches as a senior • Was one of two senior captains on the team • Notched career high numbers in kills and hitting percentage on senior night against Wisconsin as she tabbed 12 kills and a hitting percentage of .750 in guiding the Huskers to a 3-1 win • Recorded 11 kills in the Huskers' final match of the season against Kansas State on Dec. 2 • Wilberger averaged just under one block per set in her senior season, while notching a career-high nine total blocks against St. Mary's on Sept. 9 • Also recorded eight total blocks against Kansas State • Notched a hitting percentage of .750 against Indiana on Oct. 8 and .500 against Iowa on Oct. 19 • Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors.
Wilberger played in 21 matches with 15 starts while producing career highs in kills (1.62) and blocks (1.25) per set, as well as hitting percentage (.350) • Ranked fourth in the Big 12 in hitting percentage and fifth in blocks per set • Set single-match career highs in kills (11) and attacks (22) and tied her career high in total blocks twice with eight against both Missouri and Auburn • Hit .300 or better in 12 matches, including five matches where she hit over .600 • Was the only Husker selected to the Seattle Regional All-Tournament Team after producing eight kills and six blocks in a 3-1 loss to Washington in the season finale • Tied her career high in blocks for the second time in 2010 with eight against Auburn in the NCAA Tournament on Dec. 3 • Hit .800 against Sacred Heart in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Dec. 2 with four kills on five swings, while adding four blocks • Put away six kills and hit .625 (6-1-8) in two sets of action at home against Oklahoma on Nov. 17 • Blocked a team-high seven Tiger attacks in a 3-0 home sweep of Missouri on Oct. 23 • Hit .500 (4-1-6) and posted six blocks in a sweep of Texas A&M on Oct. 9 • Was fed a career-high 22 balls and added six blocks in a win over No. 3 Illinois on Sept. 11 in a match the Huskers came back from an 0-2 deficit • Set a career high in kills with 11 against Idaho State at the BYU Nike Invitational on Sept. 4.
Wilberger was Nebraska’s top reserve at middle blocker, averaging 1.20 kills and 0.64 blocks per set over 20 matches • Led Nebraska in blocks three times, including a season-high seven blocks against No. 8 UCLA on Sept. 13 • Saw a majority of action early in the season, as Kori Cooper played in just three of NU’s first 10 contests • Started the final two sets in NU’s NCAA opener against Coastal Carolina on Dec. 4, finishing with three kills and a block • Started against Colorado in the regular-season finale on Nov. 28, recording seven kills on a career-high .700 hitting • Came off the bench at Missouri on Oct. 17 to deliver four kills in five swings • Enjoyed a career night against Creighton on Sept. 1, coming up with a then-career-high 10 kills on .467 hitting • Came off the bench against No. 11 Minnesota on Aug. 29 to deliver six kills on .625 hitting and three blocks in her first action of the year.
2008: Redshirt Freshman
Wilberger was one of the unsung heroes in helping the Huskers reach the national semifinals in 2008, stepping into the lineup after season-ending injuries to Kori Cooper and Brooke Delano • Appeared in 13 matches, averaging 1.12 kills and 0.85 blocks per set while hitting .338 • Moved into the starting lineup following Cooper’s season-ending knee injury and averaged 1.11 kills and 1.00 blocks per set over the final seven matches • Recorded six kills on .308 hitting and a block in NU’s national semifinal loss to No. 1 Penn State • Chipped in four kills on .500 hitting and a team-high four blocks against UAB on Dec. 6 • Put together her best offensive match of the year with seven kills on 10 swings against Liberty on Dec. 5 • Turned in a strong defensive effort at Baylor on Nov. 29, setting a career high with eight blocks - the most by a Husker freshman since 2005 - to help the Huskers win the Big 12 title • Made her first career start against Texas Tech on Nov. 22, coming up with three kills and three blocks • Replaced an injured Kori Cooper at No. 4 Texas on Nov. 19, recording two kills on a pair of swings while adding a block in the third set.
Wilberger redshirted in 2007.
Wilberger was one of the top high school players in the state at Scottsbluff High School for Coach Heidi Huck • Was a three-year starter in volleyball, totaling 727 kills and 514 blocks during her prep career • Was a two-time Greater Nebraska Athletic Conference selection and two-time all-region honoree • Garnered second-team Class B all-state honors as a senior, leading Scottsbluff to a 25-9 record and a state tournament appearance • Totaled 311 kills, 158 blocks, 187 digs and 26 aces as a senior • Selected as the MVP of the 2007 Western Nebraska All-Star match • Totaled 245 blocks and 229 kills as a junior, highlighted by a 25-kill, 22-block effort in the district championship match • Named the 2007 Scottsbluff Star-Herald Female High School Athlete of the Year after starring in volleyball, basketball and track in high school • Placed in the state track meet in three events (high jump, fourth; 200 meters, sixth; 4x100 relay, second) to help Scottsbluff to its first state track championship since 1978 • Was a member of the National Honor Society and a two-time academic all-conference pick • Looked at Creighton, Colorado State, Tulsa, Oral Roberts and Kansas State before deciding to walk-on at Nebraska.