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2013 Schedule | Roster
08/24   Red-Alumni Scrimmage Alumni W 2-1
08/30   Louisiana-Monroe W 3-0*
08/31   Auburn L 1-3*
08/31   St. Louis W 3-0*
09/06   Villanova W 3-1
09/07   Georgia W 3-0
09/12   St. Mary's W 3-1**
09/13   Dayton W 3-0**
09/14   Iowa State W 3-0**
09/22   @ Texas L 2-3
 
* Marcia E. Hamilton Classic, St. Louis, MO.
** Ameritas Player's Challenge, Lincoln
All times Central
09/27   @ Northwestern W 3-1
09/28   @ Illinois W 3-0
10/04   Minnesota W 3-0
10/05   Wisconsin W 3-2
10/11   @ Michigan W 3-2
10/12   @ Michigan State L 1-3
10/18   Indiana W 3-0
10/19   Purdue L 1-3
10/23   Iowa W 3-0
10/25   @ Ohio State W 3-1
 
* Marcia E. Hamilton Classic, St. Louis, MO.
** Ameritas Player's Challenge, Lincoln
All times Central
10/30   Illinois W 3-0
11/02   Northwestern W 3-2
11/08   @ Wisconsin W 3-1
11/10   @ Minnesota W 3-2
11/15   Michigan State W 3-0
11/16   Michigan W 3-1
11/22   @ Purdue L 0-3
11/23   @ Indiana W 3-0
11/27   @ Iowa W 3-0
11/30   Penn State L 1-3
 
* Marcia E. Hamilton Classic, St. Louis, MO.
** Ameritas Player's Challenge, Lincoln
All times Central
12/06   Fairfield W 3-0
12/07   Oregon W 3-0
12/13   San Diego W 3-0
12/14   Texas 8 p.m.

12/05-12/07   NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds


12/13-14   NCAA Regionals


12/19   NCAA Semifinals ‡
12/21   Natl. Championship Match ‡

03/14   Florida State# TBA
03/15   Chula Vista Tournament*# TBA
03/16   Chula Vista Tournament*#
03/17   Grand Canyon#
03/19   @ Long Beach State
03/20   @ UC-Irvine
03/21   @ UCLA
03/22   Hawaii**
03/22   @ USC

* Teams in Tournament:
Florida State | Pepperdine
Cal State-Bakersfield | Grand Canyon # @ Chula Vista, Cal.
** @ Los Angeles, Calif.

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MAR

NU* tops Sun Devils in Sand.
Husker pair win Sand Tourny.
Four duos advance* to gold bracket.
Huskers open 2014 Sand with two losses*.
Smoother run* on sand this year.
Kelsey Robinson* is up for the Sullivan Award. (Vote here)
Cook, Werth chosen for Puerto Rican all-start match.
Spring slate; Devaney Construction* forces move. Sand ranked 7th*.

FEB

Nate Ngo a graduate manaager is heading* to University Portland for assistant job.

JAN

Sand Volleyball training* starts with new wave* of experience.
Can the 2013 season lead to a strong 2014*?
Huskers finish seventh* in season's final AVCA poll.

DEC

Robinson is a finalist* for the Honda Award.
Q & A with Coach Terry Pettit*.
Congratulations to Penn State on their 6th National Title.
Move to Devaney and improvement made season rewarding*.
Huskers will host* 2014 AVCA showcase.
Robinson had one of best seasons* as a Husker.
Robinson, Kadie Rolfzen, Pollmiller and Haggerty earn All-America Honors; OWH*, LJS*.
Future looks bright* for Huskers.
There's no place like Nebraska. Robinson agrees.
Errors and more errors in loss to Texas.
York: Fans step it up tonight; Sipple: Texas is imposing*.
Huskers sweep San Diego to meet Texas for a spot in NCAA semifinals.
Transfers Robinson and Pollmiller are game changers*.
For Robinson NU is exceeding* expectations.
Terry Pettit assesses Nebraska's play as they prepare for San Diego.
NCAA final 4* will return to Omaha in 2015*.
Injured seniors support team from sidelines.
Nate Ngo and a laptop win games*.
Kadie Rolfzen named North Region Freshman of the Year*.
San Diego volleyball team exceeds expectations*. Cook no stranger.
Robinson's mentoring, not stats make greatest impact.
Huskers sweep* Ducks to get to round of 16*. Will play San Diego*.
Huskers sweep* Fairfield in first round* of NCAA tournament.
Several rookies to play, how far* can they go.
Pollmiller: Volleyball's 'Mother Hen'. Ex-players see B1G difference*.
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Cook, Huskers each profit* from new Devaney.
Robinson: Your classic player of the year model.

NOV

Robinson named Big Ten player* of the year*.
Huskers earn* No. 8 seed* in NCAA Tournament; will stay in Lincoln*. Will face* Fairfield, braket.
Huskers fall* to Penn State in 3-1 match*.
Even with knee injury Thramer helping* Huskers.
NU sweeps* Hawks, but Cook displeased*.
Huskers set sights beyond* Big Ten Title; Broekhuis* ready to serve.
Huskers lose to Purdue but bounce back with sweep over Hoosiers.
Final Four this year*?
Fresh faces haven't* tempered expectations.
Huskers #6 in the AVCA poll; Robinson, Pollmiller take home honors.
Huskers win eight straight* in win over Michigan*.
Huskers take down Michigan State in a sweep.
Up next is Michigan and Michigan State. Kadie Rolfzen strong*.
Locals* Townsend, Haggerty and Boender sign* LOI for 2014.
In a 5 set match Huskers beat Minnesota.
Huskers finish strong* to beat Wisconsin in four sets.*
Hunter Atherton commits to 2016 class.
This weekends road trip has an NCAA tourney feel*.
Bertrand: Kelsey Robinson deserves Big Ten Player of the Year.
Huskers reach out to the community.
Robinson, Hall and K. Rolfzen collect Big Ten honors.
Amber Rolfzen proves to be asset for the defense.
Cook delivered a message* with lineup changes; Hall gaining* confidence.
Huskers take 5* to beat Northwestern at home*.
Huskers face Northwestern in second matchup.

OCT

Huskers sweep Illinois.
Up next is Illinois at home.
Robinson on Big Ten player-of-the-year* pace.
Wong-Orantes provides energy* for team.
Huskers move to No. 11 In AVCA poll.
Cook knows small improvements* could add up down the stretch.
Pollmiller, Rolfzen earn Big Ten Weekly Honors.
Huskers finish off Buckeyes 3-1.
Huskers look to continue conference success against OSU; tough outside hitter*.
Huskers keep having defensive challenges*.
Huskers sweep* Iowa.
Foes finding* the outside weakness* in the Huskers.
Huskers learning rigors* of a difficult schedule while getting ready for Iowa.
Huskers drop out* of the top 10.
Purdue comes to* town and leaves with a 4 set win.
Big Ten reprimands* Cook for comments about official.
Middle blockers* step up in sweep* of Hoosiers. Win 400* for Cook.
Cornnation says B1G is the best volleyball conference.
A camera helps* NU improve blocking, Haggerty making* strides.
NU looks to rebound against Indiana, Purdue.
No rest* for Huskers after rough stretch.
Huskers move to 8 in AVCA poll.
MSU hands* NU first Big Ten loss* in 3-1 match.
Huskers outlast Michigan in a 5 set road match.
Huskers look forward to Big Ten road trip to Michigan/Michigan State
Huskers making big gains*; Amber turns on the defense's green light.
Huskers adapt to new venue, young players.
K.Robinson playing at another level*. Wins National Player of the Week*.
Some notes from the Daily Nebraskan.
NCAA may so no to a "C" but Cook has added the Captain C to the jerseys.
Middle blockers made a big difference in weekend matches.
The decibel points help with court points.
Huskers well-represented in Big Ten weekly awards.
Huskers battle back in 5 sets to beat Wisconsin.
Huskers sweep* No. 8 Minnesota*.
Pollmiller awarded Big Ten's setter of the week.
Young Huskers earn electric Big Ten crowds.

SEP

Huskers have a weekend sweep* of Big Ten matches*.
Northwestern shows some flurry* but can't withstand the Huskers*.
Big Ten play starts* this weekend.
Serving errors are a struggle. Defense never rests*.
Bertrand: Loss prepares team for tougher games.
No easy wins* in a very deep Big Ten. Huskers stay at* 12 in AVCA.
5 sets are not enough* for the Huskers in loss* to Texas.
Pollmiller shows leadership on and off court.
Banwarth finds her role* with Team USA.
Amber Rolfzen receives Big Ten co-Freshman of the Week.
Jordan Larson* plays big in USA vs Mexico.
Huskers hit their stride in sweep of Cyclones.
Huskers sweep Dayton* at home in a 25-20, 25-21, and 25-13 match.
Robinson and Rolfzen take the lead* in 3-1 match over Saint Mary's.
Rolfzens are hard to tell apart* off the court but are making an impact on it.
Chicago recruit* has deep Husker roots*
Cook turns to fiery freshmen,* aims to impress this weekend.
Kadie Rolfzen comes back strong from injury.
Cook is excited* by Huskers' potential. Adjusting to new home*.
Huskers sweep* Georgia 3-0.
Huskers down* Villanova in 3-1 match in opening game at Devaney Center.
The Devaney Center* court to be named* for Pettit.
First games in Devaney makes for a big opening weekend.
Bertrand: A young team has big potential.
Robinson makes strong impact.
Huskers fall to 13th in AVCA poll. Will learn from errors*.
Rolfzen is cleared to play.
Cook: Split shows* Huskers are still a work in progress*, will match up* setters.

AUG

Huskers sweep St. Louis to finish tournament 2-1.
Service errors cost Huskers in 3-1 loss to Auburn*. (Discuss)
Huskers sweep Louisiana-Monroe in season opener*.
Two-setter* system to start with uncertainty and hope*.
Young athletes will be showcased this weekend.
The 2013 season will start on the road.
Freshman are in key positions to start the season.
Robinson's injury not* serious. Should play*.
A rundown of the new freshmen.*
Red/White game honors the past in a special Devaney Center*.
The annual Red/White match was held in front of a sellout* Devaney crowd*.
Huskers have a lot of family* on the team and add more.
Starting spots* still up for grabs.
Take HuskerMax's 2013 roster for a spin.
Robinson's competitive nature* fuels Huskers.
NET will broadcast five* matches.
Thramer and coach's excited in what they can hear*.
Cook and Huskers meet media. Red vs White tickets available. Sold out*
Shatel: It's winning time* for NU, Creighton and NU to play again.
The Huskers are No. 10 in the preseason AVCA poll. 4th in Big Ten*, 8th in VBM.

JUL

Jordan Larson-Burbach glad to be back* at NU.
Recruiting on fire* thanks to Devaney Center renovations. Will be ready* for scrimmage.
Alumni all-stars* will be part of the Red-White scrimmage on Aug. 24.
Check out this update* on the Devaney Center.

JUN

The Huskers' new look* puts emphasis on chemistry.
Rolfzen chosen* for junior national team.
The 2013 schedule, 15 matches in Devaney and 10 against NCAA qualifiers.
Kelly Hunter* gets set to vie for the starting setter job.
Nebraska's 2013 recruiting class earns a No. 1 ranking.

MAY

New questions arise about Julie Hermann, the former NU volleyball player recently hired as Rutgers’ athletic director, and she says she won’t resign.
Rolfzen* to play for national team.
Congrats to former Husker volleyball player Julie Hermann, hired by Rutgers as its new athletic director.
Transfer's* from Tennessee* and a new recruit from Iowa*.

APR

Strange leaving* NU for sand in California*.
Cook's rebuilding project has a long way to go.
Knee surgery may end* Thramer's Husker career*.
Huskers close spring with loss* to Wichita State.
Huskers drop a 3-2 match to Creighton.

MAR

Kenzie Maloney, a libero from Kentucky, commits to NU for 2015.*
Huskers top South Dakota* 3-1
Cook classifies sand season a success*.
Spring schedule starts on Saturday.
Huskers fall in last two* sand games to No. 5 Hawaii, No. 4 USC.
Sand requires a diffrent type* of coaching.
Huskers beat UCLA in 3-2 win*.
Cook: Pettit name helps Huskers honor past*. Gallery: The Pettit years.
Check out this short video of Misty May-Treanor playing* with Haggerty.
Huskers fall* 4-1 to No. 2* Long Beach State.
Huskers tally five victories* in USAV Beach Pair's Tournament*.
Broekhuis adapts to sand play. Watch the video.
Environment, rule changes distinguish sand from indoor.
Husker pair brings sand experience.
Huskers ninth* in AVCA sand vollleyball preseason poll. Face challenges.
Sand matches start* in two weeks.

FEB

Nebraska to host* volleyball regional* at Devaney.
2013 recruit Hunter earns another national honor*.
The 2013* Sand schedule* is here.

JAN

Practice* on sand begins*. Photos
Hunter receives Sports Illustrated mention.
NU will add women's sand volleyball as a 24th* intercollegiate sport. Discuss

DEC

Tennessee transfer Kelsey Robinson,* an All-SEC outside hitter* with one season of eligibility remaining, chooses Nebraska.
Huskers* finish seventh* in final poll.
Mancuso wins CLASS* award; has memorable week*.
Cook: Team is 'maxed out'; faces season of unknowns*.
Dykstra's decision* to leave NU for the sand surprises Cook*. Discuss.
Werth is the 2012 Daily Nebraskan female athlete of the semester.
Huskers start strong but fall to Oregon.
Huskers sweep* Washington, will play Oregon at 5:30 pm Saturday.
Kenny or Hannah? This Boy, 9, Picks Werth.
Werth brings unparalleled athleticism* to court.
Omaha regional adds to Mancuso family legacy*.
October slide helps strengthen Washington*.
Rolfzen twins selected* for all-star match.
Cook likes how Huskers look* entering Omaha Regional. Strong defense.
Cook, Mancuso, Werth and Haggerty named All-Region.
IZU: NU can defeat Washington despite on-the-road record.
NU prepares* for Huskies again*. Programs have history*, crowds a must*.
Huskers bid goodbye* to Coliseum, hello to Omaha. | Tearful but great day

NOV

The Huskers sweep their way into the second round.
Huskers open tournament with Maryland-Eastern Shore, Hawks ready*.
Huskers want to finish some business in NCAA Tournament.
Cook can make all the sets*.
Mancuso remembers, fortifies 2011 quote.
Werth's giving nature* defines her time at NU.
Cook, Mancuso and Werth chosen for All-Big Ten team.
Nebraska is a No. 4 seed and will host first and second rounds of the NCAA tournament at the Coliseum. Brackets: Interactive | Printable | familiar foes*
A three pack from the LJS on the NU Coliseum: Memorable* moments, thoughts*, home-court advantage*.
Huskers take down Northwestern in a 3-1 match on Senior night*.
Cooks are closer after lessons on off court. York: Cook's are smiling.
NU dominates Iowa, holding the Hawkeyes to just 36 points in three sets.
Huskers sweep Wisconsin in Madison.
Cook always looking for* depth and better starts*.
Huskers fall in 5 sets to Minnesota.
Stats don't tell* story for service game. Best class*.
Pius X* libero Townsend commits* to NU
Another 5 set thriller* as the Huskers beat Purdue*.
Mancuso, Broekhuis earn Academic All-District Honors.
Huskers block* the way to a win* over Indiana.
Struggling NU needs a strong finish*, may take road less traveled*.
The Spartans upset the Huskers in East Lansing.
Michigan hands 5 set loss to Huskers.
Second Big Ten season not any easier*.
Kelsey Fien unveiled her 'heavy hand*' against Penn State.

OCT

In a 5 set match Huskers beat #1 Penn State. Cook's dig changed* match.
Ohio State beats* Huskers at home in 3-1 match.
The Big Ten backstretch* is ahead.
Huskers sweep Illinois.
After Iowa Huskers hope to keep momentum for Illinois.
Huskers start off* sluggish in sweep of Iowa.
Cook: Women's game becoming like men's.
Huskers prepare for Iowa*. Thramer an offensive threat.
Huskers fall* to No.4 in AVCA poll. L. Cook gets Big Ten honor.
"Hannah the Hammer", finding news way* to hurt foes.
German Melanie Keil part of large recruiting class.
Huskers rally* to beat No. 10 Minnesota*.
The Huskers sweep Wisconsin at the Coliseum.
Strange* gives NU a spark*.
Beach standout added for the back row.
Mancuso keeps composure in loud Big Ten crowds.
Cook named Big Ten setter of the week* while leading powerful offense*.
NU moves to No. 3* in national poll.
It takes 5 sets* to put away Indiana.
Huskers fire away in sweep of Purdue.
Larson, Metcalf and Banwarth practice with* the team.
A non nervous Zarda providing backup*.
The Boilers heat is a familiar foe. Stay focused.
The motto: Unfinished business.
Huskers finely get some applause.

SEP

Huskers rebound to top Wolverines. Move up* in polls.
Broekhuis: Just call her “magic.”
More passion and blocking needed this weekend in Michigan match up.
Husker offense* stifles the Spartans.
Blocking provides a major boost* for Huskers while Spartans have a spark*.
Zarda finding* her role.
Jenny Kropp wins* Pro Beach National Title*.
Huskers snap losing, streak beat OSU 3-1.
Following two losses, Huskers hope to claim a victory against Ohio State.
Mancuso named finalist* for Lowe's Award.
Wins in the Big Ten won't come easy*.
Penn State defeats the Huskers in four sets at State College.
Nebraska falls in a four-set upset at Iowa State.
Huskers thrive from support from their 'seventh player'.
Allison McNeal returns to the court.
Haggerty is named Big Ten freshman of the week*.
Freshmen are gaining playing time and experience. Huskers are hungry to improve.*
Huskers outlast Wildcats in* four set thriller*.
After thrid set scare* Huskers finsh out sweep*.
Hannah Werth* stars as Nebraska dominates the Sooners in a sweep.
Haggerty earns Big Ten Freshman of the Week.
Familiar foe* in Penn State moves to #2 in poll.
More tests* this week.
Some of the past NU stars are teaching the current ones*.
California players finding home* at Nebraska.
Werth leads Huskers in sweep of Colgate and UC-Irvine.

AUG

Time change* for Duquesne match so Cook can watch son* play football.
Mancuso sets sights on national championship.
NU claims the top AVCA poll spot after* big start*. John Cook Press Conf*.
Lauren Cook earns Big Ten honors.
Time change* for Duquesne match so Cook can watch son* play football.
Mancuso sets sights on national championship.
NU claims the top AVCA poll spot after* big start*. John Cook Press Conf*.
Lauren Cook earns Big Ten honors.
Nebraska sweeps Notre Dame in Omaha to cap a big weekend.
The Huskers take down No. 1 UCLA in a five-set thriller.
Lauren Cook gets ready to go up against her former UCLA teammates.
The Huskers open the season with a sweep of Saint Louis.
Get familiar with the 2012 Huskers via our carousel roster.
Top-ranked UCLA coming to town*. Memories for Cook.
In its Big Ten preview, the OWH picks Penn State* to win the conference.
The Reds prevail in the Red-White scrimmage,* and coach John Cook is pleased* with the performance. | Box
McNeal is healthy and ready* for post-rally celebrations.
Huskers ready to take care of "unfinished business." Get top* Big Ten spot*.
It's now or never for catching a Husker match at the Coliseum.
Coach John Cook* suffers minor injuries* in a car-bike accident.
The Huskers get a No. 4 national ranking in the AVCA preseason poll*.
Jordan Larson and the U.S. team advance to the gold-medal match in London but settle for silver.
John Cook gives positive reviews* to the first practice sessions.
Five things to watch when practice begins.
Revised NCAA rule sparks debate over substitutions
Tickets for the Huskers' 2012 home matches in Lincoln sell out* fast.

JUL

It's one last go-around this season for the Coliseum.
Jordan Larson and the U.S. team win their opener at the Olympics.
Four-year starter Dani Busboom returns as a full-time assistant.
Last season's early exit* serves as motivation for this year's Huskers.
Former Husker Jordan Larson is selected for the U.S. Olympic team, and Nancy Metcalf is an alternate. | Cook thrilled

JUN

Middle blocker Meghan Haggerty* is joining the Huskers after getting a release from her Wisconsin letter of intent.
Freshman setter Lauren Sieckmann* is transferring to Wayne State.
Waverly outside hitter Olivia Boender commits to the Huskers.*

May

NU recruits on U.S. junior volleyball training team.
Abbott Sports Complex and former Husker Maggie Griffin are teaming up.
Creighton series* in doubt.
The 2012 schedule includes 11 NCAA tourney qualifiers from last season.
NU lands a major Chicago-area recruit, Maddie Haggerty,* for 2014.

APR

Faith and Huskers find Love*.
2012 spring season finished with an undefeated record.
The Huskers earn a 3-1 exhibition win over Wichita State.* | Box | Photos
Old scoring format returns for spring match.
Hubl has earned a scholarship*, starting job?
Flowers, trees and volleyball players bloom in the spring.
The Huskers sweep North Dakota State in an exhibition in Norfolk.*
Paige Hubl says walking on at NU has shaped her as a person.

MAR

Werth jumping off cliffs for team.
Hawaii has caused some bonding for Huskers.
The Huskers roll in their exhibition match* against Hawaii.
Here's the complete spring schedule.
John Cook confirms transfer plans* of Taylor Simpson, Shelby Winkelmann.
Strange, Fien and Sieckmann earn national honors.*
Spring match tickets on sale.

FEB

A substantial student section* will be part of the Devaney Center makeover.
Huskers will play* spring match in Hawaii.

JAN

Mancuso honored* by Volleyball magazine.
2012 Volleyball Camp information.
Taylor Simpson is leaving the program, may be going to KSU.*
How the Devaney Center will transform into a Husker castle.*

 
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