Madi Kubik had 15 kills to lead the No. 9 Nebraska volleyball team to a four-set win against No. 7 Purdue on Saturday.
Nebraska volleyball sits in first place in the Big Ten, but the schedule gets much tougher with seven of their final 11 matches against ranked teams, starting Saturday night with No. 7 Purdue.
NU coach John Cook says winning the Big Ten is harder than winning the NCAA Tournament, and the Huskers are about to put that to the test in a tough stretch of foes.
Madi Kubik had 13 kills to lead the ninth-ranked Nebraska volleyball team to a 25-21, 25-22, 26-24 win against Iowa on Wednesday in Coralville, Iowa.
“I’m just here to make sure that this program gets back on track before I leave,” she said, citing NU's two-year absence in the Final Four.
For now, Lauren Stivrins is a practice-only player for the Nebraska volleyball team.
Nebraska may be the only volleyball program with two All-Americans on the bench. So what will it take for Lexi Sun and Lauren Stivrins to get back in the starting lineup?
The NU coach when asked why Lexi Sun isn't starting: "She hasn’t been one of the best two outside hitters in practice.”
From a group of five hitters Cook chose three: junior Madi Kubik and freshmen Ally Batenhorst and Lindsay Krause.
Nebraska volleyball’s new Big Ten lineup came out swinging and survived a hiccup to earn a four-set win over Northwestern.
Familiar — and talented — players return to Big Ten volleyball courts this season due to extra COVID year, upping the overall level of play.
Cook on Monday: “I don’t want anybody worried about looking over their shoulder, or (thinking), 'I’m I playing or starting this match?'”
Nebraska hadn't lost consecutive matches since 2018 — and a two-game losing streak is causing a bit of a stir around here.
No. 20 Utah stunned No. 3 Nebraska volleyball Saturday night by rallying from two sets down to defeat the Huskers.
“We gave it away,” Cook said of the Huskers, who won the first two sets before Utah slipped back into the match.
The Bluejays were hoping this would be the year they’d beat Nebraska for the first time. Instead, the Huskers dominated before a crowd of 11,279.
Behind Nebraska volleyball's back-row wizards, the Huskers' remarkable defense prevented one explosion after another in a sweep that reduced Creighton to a mid-week speed bump.
There was a time when Nebraska scheduled matches with Creighton as a favor. Now, Wednesday's match means something more.
No. 4 Nebraska volleyball put together its most complete effort of the young season to sweep Arizona State to close out the Ameritas Players Challenge.
Lexi Sun led a balanced attack. Whitney Lauenstein added 11 kills, Ally Batenhorst had nine, Kayla Caffey seven and Callie Schwarzenbach five.
The Huskers improve to 4-0 this season after winning two matches they trailed in Friday.
Cook acknowledged he's faced with not "overdoing it" with Hames, who injured her ankle at the Red-White scrimmage on Aug. 21.
The Huskers have an All-American and a No. 1-ranked recruit on their depth chart at setter. But, it was the walk-on that had everyone buzzing.
Nebraska volleyball was picked to finish second in the Big Ten by league coaches, and a pair of Huskers made the 14-player preseason all-conference team.