The two captains each announced Monday that they will take advantage of the extra year granted by the NCAA because of COVID-19.
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The Huskers Radio Network announced the addition of Jessica Coody, who will co-host "Sports Nightly" with Greg Sharpe.
Senior diver Abigail Knapton and senior men's gymnast Evan Hymanson headlined the event's awards rollout. Who else earned recognition?
The NCAA selected two Husker student-athletes as part of their national distribution of 42 postgraduate scholarships worth $10,000.
Nebraska's fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships was another step forward for coach Mark Chmelka's program, which has steadied the shi…
No. 4 Nebraska popped for a big score on its final event, vault, to shoot from sixth place to fourth place in the final team standings
Nebraska reached the finals for the fourth straight time.
Oklahoma, Michigan and Stanford have combined to win the past seven national championships. But what about the No. 4 Huskers?
Nebraska finished with a 398.000, marking the first time this season NU failed to score above 400. But, a grand finish took the sting away.
Big Ten men's gymnastics teams converged on Lincoln for the conference championships Saturday. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler.
Nebraska senior Anika Dujakovich finished sixth on vault Friday at the NCAA women's gymnastics Athens Regional in Athens, Georgia.
"I'm able to compete at Big Tens at home, which is something everybody dreams of."
The Nebraska men, and six other Big Ten gymnastics programs, will enter a new realm at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Christopulos ranks first nationally on vault and has tallied five event titles this season.
Here is a rundown of what you need to know before you throw on your Husker red and head to the ballpark or arena.
Husker fans will have a chance to see the baseball team at Haymarket Park on Friday, the volleyball team in person next weekend and the footba…
Six Nebraska gymnasts have qualified for an NCAA women's regional meet, the NCAA announced Monday.
A tough Saturday for NU's gymnastics teams, as the men fell to Iowa by a half-point and the women concluded its season at the Big Tens.
The Nebraska women have struggled to win meets this season but have shown a potential to post solid scores as it gears up for the Big Tens.
Fifty-four Nebraska athletes competing in winter sports earned academic all-conference honors from the Big Ten Conference.
Roby, Dujakovich and the Huskers will compete at the Big Ten Championships, which will take place Saturday in Minneapolis.