The Huskers began summer practice this week, and did so without having a player leave the program to transfer to a new team in the three month…
Nebraska coaches spread over the state Wednesday for the Big Red Blitz Tour, including Scott Frost in Kearney and Will Bolt in West Point. Pho…
Each inductee accomplished never-before-seen Husker feats. Here's a refresher on each member's feats ahead of the Oct. 1 ceremony.
The transfer portal turns up as a subject in this week's mailbag, as does Mike Riley as well as an interesting (and misleading) Husker rushing stat.
Markowski shined in the final week of her high school career: She had 30 points and 27 rebounds in the state semifinal; 27 and 19 in the final.
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.
Moos: "Our coaches and staff look forward to this exciting opportunity to hit visit all parts of the state and spend time with our great fans."
The Huskers Radio Network announced the addition of Jessica Coody, who will co-host "Sports Nightly" with Greg Sharpe.
"I have watched him establish himself as one of the most well-rounded and respected coaches in women’s basketball."
Senior diver Abigail Knapton and senior men's gymnast Evan Hymanson headlined the event's awards rollout. Who else earned recognition?
Lincoln Pius X's Markowski averaged 23.3 points and 13.0 rebounds as a senior.
The Huskers' all-time blocks leader decided earlier this month her last year of college eligibility to purse pro ball.
The 5-foot-9 guard from Moe, Australia, played in 22 of 24 games this season for the Ducks’ NCAA Tournament team.
The Huskers' all-time leader in blocked shots cherished her time in Lincoln, but, "I’m just excited to move on and take this next step in my life.”
The fifth-year NU coach can take a breath now, right? Wrong. Amy Williams previews the offseason — the transfer portal, a senior decision and more.
Despite missing her freshman season, Alexis Markowski posted "mind-boggling" career stats. She says she found "a different love for the game."
Injuries were a common theme for the Huskers, who beat four ranked teams. What could have happened at full strength? NU isn't thinking about that.
The Nebraska athletic director said during the "Sports Nightly" radio program that NU now would like to play that game earlier in the fall.
Ron Sisson became a Husker fan after living in both Holdrege and Lexington while growing up. He's moved around, but never dropped the Huskers.
One key to keeping student-athletes from Hawaii happy is a family atmosphere. Another key is food. That's where Tony Tuioti comes in.
Sam Haiby led a furious Husker comeback in the final two minutes, but Colorado staved off Nebraska 75-71 in a second-round WNIT game.