Top-ranked recruit Kennedi Orr will enroll in January.
With sports called off for fall, the quest for another national championship will have to wait. | Moving forward
The Huskers' recruiting class might be the best ever in college sports, Sam McKewon writes.
Coach John Cook says Nebraska is working on a plan to allow fans at volleyball matches this fall, and a pared-back schedule appears likely.
Middle blocker Kayla Caffey, a graduate transfer from Missouri with two seasons of eligibility remaining, commits to the Huskers.
Former Husker Capri Davis is among seven women suing the NCAA for failure to protect in sexual assault cases.
Four future Huskers make it official with their signatures: Keonilei Akana, Kalynn Meyer, Annika Evans and Abby Johnson.
John Cook explains how the pandemic is changing how his team is preparing for a season that's still in question.
Keonilei Akana from Hawaii, who was granted a scholarship release from Southern California after a coaching change there, commits to the Huskers.
Terry Pettit and Jordan Larson have been selected for induction into the Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame.
The Huskers have canceled their spring exhinbition match against Northern Colorado in Grand Island.
Lauren Stivrens is one of 30 semifinalists for the James E. Sullivan Award, presented to the nation's most outstanding amateur athlete.
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