It's always a big-time matchup whenever Nebraska and Stanford square off in volleyball. And Tuesday night's battle in Palo Alto will be no different.
The Huskers have two ranked foes on the schedule this week: No. 16 Stanford (4-2) on Tuesday and No. 5 Louisville (8-0) on Saturday.
Nebraska dropped three spots but remained in the top 10, and Creighton rose two spots in the latest volleyball rankings. Both teams are coming off weeks in which they lost their first match.
No. 20 Utah stunned No. 3 Nebraska volleyball Saturday night by rallying from two sets down to defeat the Huskers.
The Devaney Sports Center hosted a meeting of ranked teams, and it didn't go the Huskers' way in five sets against Utah. Journal Star photos b…
“We gave it away,” Cook said of the Huskers, who won the first two sets before Utah slipped back into the match.
The Huskers have difference-makers on defense, and John Cook is shifting his substitution tactics to get them on the floor more.
Winning Big Ten defensive player of the week is a culmination of Kayla Caffey’s training with Husker assistant Tyler Hildebrand and intense offseason workouts. “She's our most improved player."
John Cook believes his program may have made at least one more Final Four if there was a day off between regional matches. Now, there is.
The duo of Lexi Rodriguez and Kenzie Knuckles, along with defensive specialist Keonilei Akana, has made defense a strength of the Huskers.
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.
The Huskers go to CHI Health Center Omaha for a Wednesday match, which John Cook called, "a celebration." Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler
No. 3 Nebraska volleyball squares off with No. 19 Creighton tonight, and The World-Herald will have complete coverage from the first serve to match point.
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There was a time when Nebraska scheduled matches with Creighton as a favor. Now, Wednesday's match means something more.
Nebraska's Kenzie Knuckles has embraced her new role playing the back row for one of the Huskers' outside hitters. And her responsibilities off the court have grown as one of NU’s three captains.
The atmosphere for Wednesday's Nebraska-Creighton volleyball match will be electric. But Tom Shatel wonders how much the intensity will grow if Creighton finally beats their in-state rivals.