Kate Cain is the best shot-blocker in Nebraska women's basketball history. But it was an off-the-court assist that helped the Huskers recently.
Tatiana Popa, a 6-foot-5 center out of West Virginia, is the fourth commit for Nebraska’s 2021 class.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is beginning to take preliminary shape on the Nebraska athletics budget.
Ashley Scoggin has endured too much in her career to sit around and wait for her ultimate goal to be realized. So she didn't.
Football, volleyball, men's and women's basketball and women's soccer will be the first Husker teams to return to campus.
The vote allows college football players and other student athletes to return to voluntary on-campus workouts as soon as June 1.
Rehabilitation for some athletes who were injured recently or recovering from surgery has been altered because of the pandemic.
The continuation of the dead period does not come as a major surprise, but it does have major ramifications. Parker Gabriel explores some of them.
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Cain revealed on a video posted to Huskers.com that some of her immediate family members have recovered after bouts with coronavirus.
The Big Ten Conference announced a ban on all organized team activities will continue through June 1.
Ashley Scoggin earns a spot on a Division I roster after a serious knee injury forced her to delay enrolling at a college.
The NCAA board of directors recommended against changing the current waiver process, which impacts several Huskers.
Seniors Sierra Hassel and Luke Siedhoff were named the 2020 Nebraska student-athletes of the year during the annual Night at the Lied event, w…
The Journal Star staff took the time from some of the best moments they've witnessed from a press box, press row … or from the side of a horse track.
The program does still plan to hold its Elite Camp Aug. 1-2 at the Hendricks Training Complex in Lincoln.
Coming off several knee injuries, former nationally touted prospect Mi’Cole Cayton anchors a three-player signing group.
NU athletics administrators say the school is well-positioned to navigate uncertainty caused by coronavirus. A look at the budget shows why.
Restrictions on recruiting during the COVID-19 pandemic aren't slowing down the Husker women's basketball team.
“Ever since I was a freshman at Cal, Nebraska would always be the place that I talked about with my friends and family.”
The Huskers' leading scorer from the past season saw her recruiting profile surge the second time around, ultimately choosing nearby Michigan.