College volleyball recruiting is back in full force after a slowdown of more than 14 months due to COVID-19.
Winning is a lot easier when you start with good players, and in college sports that begins with recruiting. Enter Jaylen Reyes.
Future Huskers Lindsay Krause and Hayden Kubik were in Omaha on Saturday for the tournament. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler
Lindsay Krause and Hayden Kubik's long-awaited showdown, which doubles as a preview for Husker fans, is coming Saturday in Omaha.
“Being a Nebraska girl and growing up here watching the Huskers is something that’s really important to me."
Volleyball fans will get to watch three future Nebraska volleyball players in the same gym during a high school tournament in October.
Hayden Kubik marks the Huskers' second top-ranked player in the past two weeks. Plus, a city standout is on the move to Waverly.
Volleyball recruiting has been impacted, but Nebraska is still sitting good with eight players already committed for the next two recruiting classes.
Hayden Kubik, a younger sister of current Husker Madi Kubik, impressed the Nebraska coaches when she attended a Husker volleyball camp last summer.