Author Archives: Tim Curran

Huskers Victorious in Spring Match, Defeating Colorado State 3-1

Huskers Victorious in Spring Match, Defeating Colorado State 3-1

Courtesy of NU Athletic Communications  McCook, Neb. – The Nebraska volleyball team continued its tradition of traveling across the state to play its spring volleyball matches with a 3-1 win over Colorado State in front of a crowd of 1,750 at the Graff Events Center on Saturday. The Huskers took the first two sets, 25-13, 25-17,…Read more »

Huskers Fall to Hawkeyes in Walk-Off Fashion, 3-2

Huskers Fall to Hawkeyes in Walk-Off Fashion, 3-2

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) Courtesy: NU Athletic Communications Iowa City, Iowa – The Nebraska baseball team (21-12, 10-3 Big Ten) saw its six-game Big Ten winning streak come to an end when Iowa won 3-2 on a walk-off at Duane Banks Field on Friday night. All three of Nebraska’s conference losses have been walk-offs. Senior righty…Read more »

Nebraska Takes Down UNO 8 to 5

Nebraska Takes Down UNO 8 to 5

Courtesy: NU Athletic Communications (Photo – Kenny Larabee) Omaha, Neb. – Trailing 3-0 after the first inning, Nebraska (21-11) came from behind to storm past Omaha, 8-5, at Werner Park on Wednesday night. Luke Roskam led the Husker offense with a 4-for-4 performance, as NU churned out 12 hits as a team. Spencer Schwellenbach, Aaron Palensky…Read more »

Jace Piatkowski to Walk-On at Nebraska

Jace Piatkowski to Walk-On at Nebraska

The son of a Husker legend will play for Nebraska next season. Elkhorn South’s Jace Piatkowski, son of Eric Piatkowski, has accepted a preferred walk-on offer from Nebraska, he announced on his Twitter account Wednesday afternoon. According to the Omaha World-Herald, the 6-foot-4, 174 pound guard averaged 18.6 points and 3.3 rebounds per game this…Read more »

Nana Akenten to Transfer from Nebraska

Nana Akenten to Transfer from Nebraska

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) Sophomore guard Nana Akenten announced on his Twitter account Wednesday afternoon that he intends to transfer from Nebraska. The Bolingbrook, Illinois native spent the last six games of the 2018-19 season on the bench, serving a suspension for a violation of team rules. This past season, Akenten averaged 4.3 points and…Read more »

Big 10 Releases Husker’s Schedule for 2019-20 Basketball Season

Big 10 Releases Husker’s Schedule for 2019-20 Basketball Season

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) The Big 10 has released the 20 game conference schedule for the 2019-20 season, the second consecutive year the Big 10 has scheduled that amount of conference games. The Huskers will host Michigan State, Penn State, and Purdue at home. That’s a lucky break for first year head coach Fred Hoiberg,…Read more »

Husker Bats Go Quiet in Shutout Loss to K-State

Husker Bats Go Quiet in Shutout Loss to K-State

(Photo – Kenny Larabee) In their last meeting, Nebraska handed the K-State Wildcats a lopsided loss in Manhattan, 7-0 in a game that saw the Huskers score an inside the park grand slam. That Husker team had swagger. However the Nebraska team that showed up at Haymarket Park Tuesday night did not. Nebraska began the…Read more »