Nebraska Volleyball History & Records. The History of Nebraska Volleyball. NCAA Tournament History and Championship Teams. Coaching History. AVCA All-Americans. Honors & Awards. Letterwinners. Records. All-Time Results.
The Origins of the Husker Volleyball Team. The University of Nebraska women’s volleyball team is known for its large fan base and its five national championships. This wasn’t always the case. The team originated as a response to inequity at a time when women’s sports were not taken seriously.
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The Nebraska Cornhuskers women's volleyball team competes as part of NCAA Division I, representing the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in the Big Ten. Nebraska plays its home games at the Bob Devaney Sports Center, and has sold out every home match since 2001. The team is currently coached by John Cook. The program was founded in 1975 and is one of the most decorated in women's volleyball, with more wins than any other program and five national championships. Nebraska has been ranked in ...
The No. 9 Nebraska volleyball team's win streak extended to 10 matches Saturday night, as the Huskers took down No. 7 Purdue, 3-1 (23-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-21) at the Devaney Center.
Husker History Highlights - October 21. Husker History Highlights - October 14 ... His beats include Nebraska volleyball, women's basketball and high school soccer and cross country.
A double prediction episode of the Carriker Chronicles! Adam is joined by a special guest to predict Nebraska football vs. Purdue on Saturday and Husker volleyball vs. No. 3 Wisconsin
Husker Volleyball All-Time Record: 1394-256-12 (83.87%) Opponent. First. Last. W. L. T. Alabama. 1979.
Nebraska's volleyball program is among the best in the history of the sport. The Cornhuskers have won five national championships (1995, 2000, 2006, 2015, 2017) and reached the national semifinals on ten other occasions. NU has won more games than any other college volleyball program, and ranks second in terms of national semifinal appearances, tournament wins, and tournament winning percentage.
Husker volleyball is No. 5 seed, but Nebraska must go through Wisconsin to make Final Four by Lincoln Arneal. Commit. Whitney Lauenstein a 6’1″ Outside Hitter of VCNebraska commits to Nebraska. (via Twitter) Lincoln Journal Star. John Cook on the radio: Madi Kubik called her shot before Cook recruited her by Brent C. Wagner.