His salary will be more than many NCAA Division I women's head coaches made last season.
Nebraska volleyball player Megan Miller plans to transfer from the program, a spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday.
The longtime Husker leader has filled his staff with a familiar face — and one he deeply respects. Cook was coy when asked about his own future.
Omaha Skutt junior and Nebraska volleyball recruit Lindsay Krause was named the Nebraska Gatorade player of the year Monday.
Nebraska leader John Cook welcomed back Tyler Hildebrand, who will rejoin the program as assistant coach in 2020. Journal Star photos by Gwyne…
Szabo was a backup right-side hitter for the Huskers during the 2019 season.
The Nebraska beach volleyball team has a new destination this season, with the Huskers scheduled to play in a tournament in Fort Worth, Texas.…
Superior's Kalynn Meyer earned a much-deserved trip to play in the Under Armour high school volleyball All-American match on Dec. 31.
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Lexi Sun has a new accomplishment on her résumé: All-American volleyball player.
The Nebraska volleyball team is ranked No. 5 in the final coaches’ poll of the year, which was released Monday afternoon.
Nebraska volleyball player Madi Kubik was named the VolleyballMag.com national freshman of the year Monday.
Banwarth is the third Nebraska assistant in the last four years to move on to a NCAA Division I head coaching job.
The Cardinal was relentless in its swift sweep of the Badgers in the NCAA volleyball final.
Lauren Stivrins and lexi Sun were named to the second and third teams, respectively.
Former Nebraska volleyball player Capri Davis has signed to continue her college playing career for Texas.
MADISON, Wis. — The season had only ended a few minutes earlier when Nebraska volleyball coach John Cook began to have the players start to th…
Nebraska drops to Wisconsin for the third time this year to end the season one match short of the Final Four.
Both teams were kept to low hitting percentages, but it was Wisconsin who was able to adapt to earn the sweep.
“If you would have told me that we were going to out-serve and pass them and they were going to hit below .200, I would have liked our chances.”
Former Husker and current Louisville leader Dani Busboom Kelly fell to Minnesota, who joined the Badgers as the second Big Ten team to advance.
For the third time this season, the Huskers were swept by the Badgers, as it was all UW in a NCAA regional final. Journal Star photos by Justin Wan.