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Nebraska-Penn State volleyball matches cancelled

Nebraska-Penn State volleyball matches cancelled

No. 4 Nebraska volleyball’s regular-season has come to a close. Just as fans were ready to be at the Bob Devaney Sports Center, the matches with No. 11 Penn State for this week have been cancelled “out of an abundance of caution surrounding the health and safety of the student-athletes, coaches and staff relating to…Read more »

Nebraska baseball announces upcoming game time changes

Nebraska baseball announces upcoming game time changes

Several upcoming game for Nebraska baseball are having their start times adjusted. The program made the announcement Tuesday morning. Two of this weekend’s games at Illinois are being moved “Due to forecasted high winds”. Friday will now begin at 6 p.m. and Saturday at 5 p.m., while Sunday remains at noon. The Huskers are also…Read more »

Media session highlights: Huskers begin spring practices

Media session highlights: Huskers begin spring practices

A year ago, those covering Husker football met in person for the start of spring practices. A few days later, the sports world shut down, and nobody has had media availability outside of zoom since. That continued with the first media session of the 2021 spring practices for Nebraska, though the rest will be in…Read more »

Big Ten Releases Baseball TV Schedule

Big Ten Releases Baseball TV Schedule

For those without BTN Plus subscriptions, you’ll be able to see more Nebraska games this season. The Big Ten Conference released its 2021 baseball television schedule Monday morning. The Huskers are slated to play on BTN five times, NET twice, and ESPNU once. Nebraska will first appear on TV on April 10 in a home…Read more »

Nebraska completes sweep of Minnesota in front of sold out crowd

Nebraska completes sweep of Minnesota in front of sold out crowd

A sold out crowd was on hand to see Nebraska (11-4) compete the series sweep of Minnesota (3-11) Sunday with a 10-2 victory. Although Hawk’s field is set to accommodate 2,700 under the health restrictions, there were 2,599 in attendance. That is the highest attendance for a Husker game since March 11, 2020. Shay Schanaman…Read more »

Huskers sweep Gophers in Saturday double-header

Huskers sweep Gophers in Saturday double-header

A comeback then domination as the Huskers won twice Saturday. Minnesota (3-11) jumped out to a 4-1 lead in the first game of the day. That’s when the Nebraska (10-4) came alive to the tune of five runs courtesy a pair of Husker hits and two Gopher errors. The final two runs came in while…Read more »

No. 5 Huskers dominate Wolverines in Friday sweep

No. 5 Huskers dominate Wolverines in Friday sweep

The No. 5 Nebraska volleyball team (14-2) didn’t need a set to get warmed up for the second match in as many days at Michigan (4-7). The Huskers dominated from the start, and only got stronger as the match went on, sweeping the Wolverines 25-19, 15, 13. Nebraska hit .362 and held Michigan to a…Read more »

Nebraska beats Minnesota as fans return

Nebraska beats Minnesota as fans return

It had been more than a year since Husker fans attended a live sporting event for the school in Lincoln. That changed Friday. The limited crowd of 1,647 fans at Hawks Field saw Nebraska (8-4) beat Minnesota (3-9) by a score of 6-1 in the 2021 home opener. On the mound, Cade Povich pitched 7.0…Read more »

Former Xavier guard Wilcher commits to Nebrasketball

Former Xavier guard Wilcher commits to Nebrasketball

Nebraska men’s basketball entered the week with four scholarships available. One of those was taken Friday morning. Former Xavier guard CJ Wilcher announced his commitment on social media. I would like to thank my coaches at Xavier for welcoming me w/open arms & my teammates for taking me in as a brother! This was a…Read more »