Pat Logsdon, who has served in a variety of roles during her 42-year career at NU, has served as the school's senior woman administrator since 2008.
The big headline. The big photo. The centerpiece. We've collected the stories that have stood out the most this month.
The Huskers Radio Network announced the addition of Jessica Coody, who will co-host "Sports Nightly" with Greg Sharpe.
Tristen Edwards was among the nation's leaders in on-base percentage at .583, and Courtney Wallace took a big leap in the circle this year.
Tristen Edwards becomes the eighth player in program history to earn first-team honors three times. She's joined by freshman Billie Andrews.
Northwest broke a tie ball game in the fourth inning, doubled its lead an inning later and then held off a late Husker rally in a 6-5 softball…
For the third time in three games, NU (22-21) was down early again, this time trailing 3-0 after three innings. Enter Glatter and Andrews.
Nebraska mustered only four hits, three of them singles, against Wildcat ace pitcher Danielle Williams (16-5), who fanned 13 batters.
Three losses in Iowa City last weekend dropped the Huskers (21-19) from fifth to eighth in the Big Ten standings.
Senior diver Abigail Knapton and senior men's gymnast Evan Hymanson headlined the event's awards rollout. Who else earned recognition?
Playing without three regular starters, the Nebraska softball team struggled during its final stay in Iowa City, Iowa.
Wallace has now tossed 14 2/3 consecutive scoreless innings. On Saturday, she pitched around four hits, two walks and two errors.
NU's Olivia Ferrell pitched a complete game, allowing six hits and the lone run, as the Huskers saw their four-game winning streak come to an end.
After "15 minutes of fame," NU coach Rhonda Revelle jokingly asked, "What's next?" for the Brooke and Billie Andrews. Well, that's the exciting part.
The future of Nebraska softball came into focus this past weekend against Maryland and again on Tuesday.
"I felt like we did a really nice job in pregame just staying really focused on the game at hand and then celebrating after."
Husker freshman hit two homers and pitched one-run ball for five innings in Nebraska's 8-4 win Saturday at Bowlin Stadium.
Olivia Ferrell threw a seven-inning complete game in Game 1 then closed the door on Maryland in the nightcap, too. "Wow" is right.
Nebraska hosted Maryland for a softball pair, and the Huskers won both games. Journal Star photos by Justin Wan.
The Husker duo are set to pursue careers in nursing at the end of the season. Here's an inside look at a decision college athletes must make.
The Badgers scored five runs on six hits in the fifth and left Lincoln taking three of four games.
Nebraska and Wisconsin met one last time in their four-game series in Lincoln on Sunday. Journal Star photos by Kenneth Ferriera