An inside look at the Nebraska Athletic Department with Brian Rosenthal and Jeremy Foote
Nebraska entered the final round of the Quail Valley Collegiate Invitational on Sunday after golfing the best first round in school history (277) the previous day. The Huskers followed that up with a solid 284 (-4) in the second round. This effort was led by sophomore Jeremy Sisson, who fired a 69 (-3) in the first round and a 68 (-4) in the second round.
Dais Malebana covered the 8K course in 23:41.1 to capture the individual title in the men's red race while the Husker women were crowned team champions of the red race at the Bradley Pink Classic on Friday afternoon at Newman Golf Course in Peoria, Ill.
My dad once told me that my path was different. He said good things would come from hard work and perseverance — that I'd accomplish my dream as long as I never gave up. "Keep working hard and everything will take care of itself," he preached. Things don't always turn out the way you expect in life.
Lincoln- The Nebraska rifle team is set to take on The Citadel this Saturday, Oct. 16 in Charleston, S.C. The match is scheduled to start at 7 a.m. (central), and fans can follow along with live scoring at https://results.megalink.no/#!/.
Nebraska's defensive coordinator Erik Chinander met with members of the media following Tuesday's practice. Chinander talked about the uncertainty of who will be in as Minnesota's running back as the Gophers have now lost two starting running backs due to injury.
Three Nebraska volleyball players claimed Big Ten weekly awards Monday, as Madi Kubik was named Big Ten Co-Player of the Week, Nicklin Hames was tabbed Big Ten Setter of the Week and Lexi Rodriguez was recognized as Big Ten Freshman of the Week.
Head Coach Scott Frost and Nebraska football players met with members of the media Monday afternoon to preview this Saturday's road battle at Minnesota. The Huskers and Golden Gophers meet at Huntington Bank Stadium in Minneapolis for an 11 a.m. (CT) kick-off, with live television coverage from ESPN2. The game can also be heard across the Huskers Radio Network.
The Nebraska women's tennis team heads to Norman, Oklahoma this week to compete at the 15k Oklahoma ITF. University of Oklahoma is set to host the seven-day women's invite. Three Huskers are traveling to the week long tournament; including sophomores Kristina Novak, Vivien Sandberg, and Isabel Adrover Gallego.
In a hard-hitting four-quarter battle, a late fumble after Adrian Martinez pushed forward for a first down and the short field goal by Michigan's Jake Moody that followed produced the narrow 32-29 margin for the No. 9 Wolverines to escape from Memorial Stadium on Saturday night.