Most recently, Dr. Lawrence Chatters served as vice president of student affairs at Midland University and as the school’s chief diversity officer.
An agreement was sealed by handshakes Tuesday night. Contracts were signed Wednesday morning. Then, a news conference.
"I love this place," Alberts said as he stopped to collect his emotions. "I learned so much as a young man."
He may have been born in Cedar Falls, Iowa, but years of emotion, joy and hard work mean the new AD is forever bonded to this place.
Steven M. Sipple and Chris Basnett break down a busy day at Memorial Stadium as Nebraska named Trev Alberts its athletic director.
For the first time, college athletes are going to be able to profit off of their own name, image and likeness. Nebraska has been planning for it.
While the NCAA fought against NIL ruling, many universities have taken a proactive approach, though the unknown is causing trepidation for uni…
Bill Moos wouldn't say if the decision to retire was solely his own. He says conversations with UNL officials were "adult" but not "contentious."
In a wild day, one thing was clear: Moos is going to miss Nebraska — no "apparently" needed. The rest of Husker Nation is left holding on for …
Bill Moos had the third-shortest tenure in the history of Nebraska athletic directors. But he made sweeping changes, including hiring 12 coaches.
Moos was hired and introduced as Nebraska's 15th athletic director in October 2017. Here's a closer look a busy 3½-year run in Lincoln.
Who might Nebraska look at? Here is a list of potential candidates, beginning with a couple of internal options. Plus, a "home run" option.
The social media reaction is about what you would suspect: Memes, speculation, rumors, hot takes. We're rounding up some of the chatter.
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?
A sophomore from Radovljica, Slovenia, Kristina Novak went 12-8 in singles play as the Huskers No. 1 singles player.
The Huskers, who only won one match all season, won their first Big Ten Tournament matchup and played within an arm's length of Northwestern.
Maryland's Minorka Miranda defeated Nebraska's Maja Makoric in three sets to help the Terrapins eke out a 4-3 victory.
With the Huskers leading the match 3-2, Patrick Cacciatore sealed NU's win by outlasting Penn State's Charl Morgan in a tiebreaker at No. 6 singles.
The Huskers defeated Penn State 4-2 in the opening round of the Big Tens on Thursday at Dillon Tennis Center. Journal Star 📸 by Gwyneth Roberts.
Nebraska opens Big Ten Tournament play at 10 a.m. Thursday against Penn State.
Samantha Mannix, a four-time state champion at Elkhorn South, won both of her doubles and singles matches against Nebraska.