Sun Continuing to Make Progress for Nebraska; No Plans of Redshirt
John Cook gave another update on Lexi Sun as we head into the fourth week of the season.
BYU Takes Over No. 1 Spot in AVCA Poll with Two Top 25 Wins
BYU, one of three undefeated teams among the Top 10, climbed two spot from No. 3 to No. 1 after a 3-0 weekend at the Marquette Invitational. Alabama claimed its first ever national ranking, checking in at No. 25.
Big Ten Tabs Cooney, Foecke as Co-Players of the Week
Illinois’ Cooney and Poulter, Nebraska’s Foecke, Ohio State’s Gruensfelder and Penn State’s Hord earned Big Ten weekly honors for their Week 3 efforts.
VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Week 3): Illinois Nears the Top Five
With three through five all losing, Illinois moves up to number six in the latest VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings.
Brooke Smith Returns to the Court for Nebraska in Sweep of Iowa State
Smith recorded an assist in the sweep over Iowa State.
Brooke Smith Makes Season Debut, Still No Lexi Sun on Sunday
Brooke Smith played in her first official match for Nebraska since 2016 on Sunday, but Lexi Sun is still out for the Huskers.
Brooke Smith Wins NCAA Appeal to Play for Nebraska in 2018
Backup setter Brooke Smith will be back in Husker red and eligible to play on Sunday after winning an NCAA appeal to play for Nebraska in 2018 following her transfer back to Lincoln after a one-year stint at Kansas State.
Creighton/Nebraska Crowd is Largest Ever for Volleyball Only Regular Season Event
A record 14,022 fans saw the match live in Omaha as Nebraska rallied from two sets down to defeat Creighton in five sets.
The crowd was the largest ever to see a regular season NCAA volleyball match, when not combined with another sporting event.
Texas Transfer Lexi Sun Still Awaiting Her Nebraska Debut
Lexi Sun, the All-Big 12 transfer from Texas, watched from the sidelines in uniform as Nebraska rallied past Creighton. She has yet to make her debut for the Huskers in 2018 due to injury.
#8 Huskers Rally From Down 2-0 to Edge #14 Creighton in Five
Nebraska kept its perfect series record against Creighton alive with a five-set comeback in Omaha on Thursday in front of an NCAA regular season record crowd of 14,022.