Courtesy: Nebraska Athletics
The Nebraska volleyball team will have six regular-season matches televised on NET, Nebraska’s PBS & NPR Stations, bringing the Huskers’ total number of televised matches this regular season to 17.
NET’s first broadcast of the season will be the Huskers’ Sept. 6 match at Creighton at the CHI Health Center. NET will also televise NU’s Oct. 6 match against Minnesota and Oct. 27 match against Illinois, should those matches not be selected as BTN wildcard matches.
The other NET broadcasts are: Nov. 3 vs. Rutgers, Nov. 23 vs. Ohio State and Nov. 24 vs. Maryland.
All 10 of the Huskers’ Big Ten home matches are slated for a TV broadcast. All home matches televised on NET will also be streamed at BTN2GO.com. The Huskers make two appearances on ESPNU this season, Sept. 9 vs. Iowa State and Sept. 23 vs. Michigan State.
View the complete Nebraska TV schedule here. For the daily rundown of television and streaming broadcasts, check out the VolleyMob TV schedule here.
Nebraska went 32-4 in 2018, including a Big Ten title and 19-1 league record. The Huskers were picked as the favorites to win the conference title in 2018 as selected by the league’s coaches. The team returns just two starters plus the libero, but tacked on three transfers in the offseason. Senior outside hitter Mikaela Foecke and senior libero Kenzie Maloney were named to the Preseason All-Big Ten team.
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