Locker Room and Players' Lounge
David Rivers and Brandon Ubel show off the player facilities in the Hendricks Training Complex.
The Husker men’s basketball facilities are among the nation’s best, as the program moved into the Hendricks Training Complex in October of 2011. Husker players have the Neal and Jamie Hawks Players Lounge, which includes over 400’ of televisions, a plasma video wall, a custom couch, pool table and kitchen area, as well as an expansive sound system.
The Husker looker room features 20 wooden lockers with built-in iPads, a Terrazzo flooring display, individualized displays and A/V jacks so players can play their own music throughout the facility. The locker room also features hot and cold tanks, as well as a shower area with three sprinkler heads and built in speakers to listen to music.
The men's players’ lounge, named in honor of Neal and Jamie Hawks, features a 5x8-foot video wall, 400 inches of televisions, custom seating, a pool table and a kitchenette, while the women's lounge features three 65-inch televisions and a unique LED bubble wall. Both the men's and women's basketball programs have custom locker rooms with iPads built into the lockers, as well as custom back-lit displays.