The Huskers match the highest they have been ranked in the poll since mid-September.
The Huskers, who released their schedule Monday, will host Penn State and Iowa on Feb. 5, and Illinois and Minnesota on March 5.
Madi Kubik had 15 kills to lead the No. 9 Nebraska volleyball team to a four-set win against No. 7 Purdue on Saturday.
The No. 9 Nebraska volleyball team hosts No 7 Purdue on Saturday at the Devaney Sports Center. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler
As a defensive specialist this season, Knuckles is giving the team a lift in bursts, whether it's with a back-row kill or thumping a serve.
NU coach John Cook says winning the Big Ten is harder than winning the NCAA Tournament, and the Huskers are about to put that to the test in a…
Madi Kubik had 13 kills to lead the ninth-ranked Nebraska volleyball team to a 25-21, 25-22, 26-24 win against Iowa on Wednesday in Coralville, Iowa.
Nebraska has a lead in the Big Ten volleyball standings, but there's still a long way to go — “It’s one match at a time, it’s the Big Ten grind.”
For the second week in a row Nebraska’s Madi Kubik was named the Big Ten Conference volleyball player of the week.
Still no five-set matches for Nebraska in its run through Big Ten competition, with Saturday's victory a sweep against Illinois.
The Nebraska volleyball team swept past Illinois on Saturday at the Devaney Sports Center. Journal Star photos by Eakin Howard
During Big Ten play, Madi Kubik is averaging 4.39 kills per set with a .270 hitting percentage. We've seen this kind of hot play from her before.
Jordan Larson's victory lap keeps getting sweeter.
The Huskers had plenty of strong matches to go around, including Madi Kubik, who continues her red-hot start to the Big Ten season.
The Huskers blew past Indiana 3-0 on Wednesday at the Devaney Sports Center. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler.
While Nicklin Hames only missed the team's opening weekend, the effects of her absence were felt well into the regular season.
The Huskers turned in a clean 2-0 weekend, highlighted by a win against then-No. 13 Penn State. And they cleaned up in the league's weekly honors.
NU finished with 10 serves, which made life tough on the Scarlet Knights' offense as the Huskers remained unbeaten in the league.
It was Nebraska’s first match against a ranked Big Ten team, and the Huskers were up to the challenge. So much for that losing streak.
“I’m just here to make sure that this program gets back on track before I leave,” she said, citing NU's two-year absence in the Final Four.
Nebraska volleyball coach John Cook hopes the Athletic Department will soon build a permanent tribute for Jordan Larson, which would be a firs…
The Huskers (10-3) moved up two spots after sweeps against Michigan (Friday) and Michigan State (Sunday).