Category Archives: Huskers

Nebraska baseball moved up Friday to avoid rain

Nebraska baseball moved up Friday to avoid rain

Nebraska baseball’s series opener Friday has been moved up due to impending rain this evening. The game, originally scheduled for 6:30, will now be played at 4:05. The rest of the games this weekend remain unchanged. Feature Image Courtesy Nebraska Athletics Communications OfficeRead more »

Huskers to open a practice to the public

Huskers to open a practice to the public

Fans haven’t been able to see a Husker football event in person since 2019. That changes this month. Two weeks ahead of the Red-White Spring Game, Nebraska is opening the April 17 practice to the public at Memorial Stadium. The practice is free to the public and open to the first 4,000 individuals. Tickets must…Read more »

PHOTOS: Huskers open practice for first time since 2019

PHOTOS: Huskers open practice for first time since 2019

Media was allowed into the Hawks Championship Center to watch about 30 minutes of football practice Wednesday morning. This is the first such opening since 2019. Open practices had yet to happen in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the rest of the spring and disrupted the fall. KLIN’s Kenny Larabee was in attendance to…Read more »

Nebrasketball adds Nate Loesner to coaching staff

Nebrasketball adds Nate Loesner to coaching staff

Nebraska men’s basketball has not only worked to add players to the team going forward, but a coach as well. Head coach Fred Hoiberg announced the hiring of Nate Loenser to the coaching staff Tuesday. The two worked together at Iowa State (2013-15) and with the Chicago Bulls (2015-18). “This is the third time I…Read more »

Nebrasketball gets BIG commitment

Nebrasketball gets BIG commitment

A sizeable addition to the Nebraska men’s basketball team made his commitment Monday. Three-star center Oleg Kojenets, originally from Lithuania, stands a lofty 7-foot tall. He played his prep basketball at Western Reserve Academy in Ohio. At the 2019 U16 FIBA European Championship, he averaged 9.1 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 1.7 blocks a game. Kojenets’s…Read more »

Nebraska wins series at Illinois, Stands atop Big Ten

Nebraska wins series at Illinois, Stands atop Big Ten

Nebraska had its winning streak ended this weekend, but by winning the series the Huskers are on top of the Big Ten Conference standings. The Huskers (13-5) rallied twice Friday in an 8-6 win over Illinois (8-10). The win took a season-high five stolen bases and three-hit efforts from both Spencer Schwellenbach and Max Anderson.…Read more »

Huskers seeded No. 5 overall for NCAA Tournament

Huskers seeded No. 5 overall for NCAA Tournament

“All I know is the last two times we were ranked fifth, we won national championships.” That was what Nebraska coach John Cook said of the No. 5 preseason ranking a couple months ago. Sunday, his 14-2 team was seeded No. 5 overall for the NCAA Tournament, a seed which netted the Huskers a national…Read more »

Cain to forego extra season at NU, pursuing pro career

Cain to forego extra season at NU, pursuing pro career

Nebraska’s all-time leading shot blocker is looking for a new challenge. Senior Kate Cain will forego an extra season of eligibility granted by the NCAA to instead pursue her dream of a professional career. Cain recently declared for the upcoming WNBA Draft (April 15). The WNBA consists of 12 teams with 36 total picks over…Read more »

Report: NU AD Moos tied to Pac-12 commissioner search

Report: NU AD Moos tied to Pac-12 commissioner search

A lengthy list of names for the open Pac-12 commissioner post includes that of Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos. The Mercury News in San Jose reports Moos among a number of names “to get reaction from the presidents.” Moos played football at Washington State, where in 1972 he earned first-team All-Pac-8 honors. He worked in the…Read more »