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Nebraska Baseball Gamethread: San Diego State

Huskers look to bounce back Oh boy. Nebraska looks to get back on the baseball diamond after...

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    Huskers Finish Big Tens Strong, Set Multiple Records

    The Nebraska swimming and diving team’s trip to Iowa City came to a halt after the fourth and final day of the Big Ten Championships. The Huskers sent five swimmers to the Saturday evening finals, with one A-final race, two B-final races and two C-final races. Overall, the Huskers finished with 385...

  • Softball
    Huskers Unable to Knock Off No. 2 Washington

    Cathedral City, Calif. — Nebraska held No. 2 Washington to just two runs through the first five innings, but a big sixth inning for UW gave the Huskies a 10-2 victory over the Huskers on Saturday night at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic. Read more on this story at Huskers.com

  • Softball
    Moreno Clinches, Huskers Beat Roadrunners 4-3

    San Antonio, Texas — The Nebraska men’s tennis team (2-6, 0-0 Big Ten) earned its second victory of the season — and first road win — in a hard-fought, 4-3 upset over the UTSA Roadrunners on Saturday afternoon at the UTSA Tennis Center. Read more on this story at Huskers.com

  • Softball
    Huskers Crush Cal, 8-2

    Cathedral City, Calif. — The Nebraska softball team (6-6) crushed Cal (8-6) by a score of 8-2 on Saturday in its first of two games on the day as part of the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic. Read more on this story at Huskers.com

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  • Men's Hoops
    Huskers Fall to No. 1 TCU

    The Husker Rifle team fell to No. 1 TCU at the Nebraska Rifle Range today on Senior Day, 4,709-4,686. Sophomore Elena Flake was the top individual shooter for the match but the Huskers fell short overall. Read the full story at Huskers.com

  • Men's Hoops
    Huskers Sign Connecticut Native

    The Nebraska rifle team will welcome a talented new member to its ranks for the 2020-21 season. Kayley Pasko comes to the Huskers from Collinsville, CT, and will look to make an immediate impact in her debut season. Read the full story at Huskers.com

  • Men's Hoops
    Palmer Jr., Watson Jr. to Graduate this Weekend

    A pair of Husker men’s basketball standouts are among the 18 student-athletes scheduled to graduate on Saturday...

  • Men's Hoops
    Easley Paces Huskers to Victory

    Como, Italy  – Charlie Easley’s 15 points led five Huskers in double figures, as Nebraska wrapped up...

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  • Volleyball Team
    Efficient Huskers Sweep Rutgers

    The No. 2 Nebraska volleyball team won its fourth straight match with a 3-0 (25-16, 25-15, 25-14) sweep of Rutgers on Wednesday night at College Avenue Gymnasium. Read the full story at Huskers.com

  • Volleyball Team
    Klempa Eager To Continue NU Bowling Tradition

    Longtime assistant Paul Klempa, who came to Nebraska from New York to compete on the Husker club team in 1992, takes over the women’s program after legendary coach Bill Straub. Read the full story at Huskers.com

  • Volleyball Team
    Ten Huskers Named Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes

    Ten current and former Nebraska softball players were named Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes on Wednesday afternoon, announced on Wednesday. Read the full story at Huskers.com

  • Volleyball Team
    Mercurio Named NCAA Woman of the Year Finalist

    Three-time Nebraska track and field All-American Angela Mercurio has been named as one of nine finalists for the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year award, the NCAA announced on Wednesday. Read the full story at Huskers.com