Former Nebraska volleyball player Nicole Drewnick is transferring to Georgia Tech to continue her college volleyball career, she announced on social media on Thursday.
Drewnick opted out of the 2020-21 season while the season went on during the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, in March, she put her name in the NCAA transfer portal, which allowed her to be recruited by other programs.
Drewnick graduated from high school a year early to be the Huskers’ backup setter in 2019. She played primarily as a serving substitute that season and finished with two ace serves and 10 assists.
Nebraska coach John Cook has known Drewnick since she was about 6 years old, meeting with her parents when they were starting a club volleyball program in Dallas.
Georgia Tech finished in fourth place in the ACC last season and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament.