Nebraska has hired Trev Alberts as athletic director, the school announced. Alberts, who was an All-American linebacker for the Cornhuskers in the 1990s, most recently served as athletic director at Nebraska-Omaha.
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Bill Moos is retiring as Nebraska's athletic director after nearly four years in the position. The 70-year-old's retirement will go into effect Wednesday.
- Former Nebraska LB Alberts tabbed as new AD
- Nebraska AD Moos retiring after 40 years in field
- Nebraska cutting 10% of athletic budget in 2021
- Ex-Nebraska coach Yori joins Creighton's staff
Signing Azzi Fudd bolsters UConn's talented recruiting class, but the Huskies still trail South Carolina for the top spot.
We ranked the top 25 women's basketball recruiting classes for 2021, and some familiar teams are near the top.
The Nebraska athletic department is reducing its 2021 budget 10% because of projected revenue shortfalls tied to the coronavirus pandemic.
Amy Dilk scored 22 points, Naz Hillmon added 20 and seventh-seeded Michigan used a strong third quarter to defeat 10th-seeded Nebraska 81-75 on Thursday night in the second round of the Big Ten tournament.
Ali Patberg had 26 points, five rebounds and four assists to help No. 22 Indiana beat Nebraska 81-53 on Thursday night.
Veronica Burton scored 21 points and No. 19 Northwestern scored the last nine points of the game to pull out a 60-56 win over Nebraska on Sunday.
Grace Berger turned a turnover into a layup with 30 seconds left and Jaelynn Penn turned another into a pair of free throws with 17 seconds left to play and No. 18 Indiana held on to defeat Nebraska 57-53 on Sunday.
Monika Czinano scored 23 points and Kathleen Doyle, with a school assist record, and Amanda Ollinger had double-doubles as No. 20 Iowa avenged an early Big Ten Conference loss with a 76-60 win over Nebraska on Thursday night.
Kaila Charles scored 23 points and No. 20 Maryland controlled the first and last quarters to defeat Nebraska 87-69 on Thursday night.
Kate Cain scored 19 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked six shots to lead Nebraska to a 72-58 victory over No. 24 Minnesota on Saturday.
Dominique Oden scored 20 points and Purdue held off Nebraska's late rally for a 75-71 victory on Thursday night in the second round of the Big Ten tournament.
Megan Gustafson scored 29 points and grabbed a career-high 20 rebounds to lead No. 12 Iowa to a 74-58 win over Nebraska on Monday night.
Hannah Whitish scored 16 points, including two critical late baskets, and Nebraska turned back No. 24 Michigan State 82-71 on Sunday.
Kaila Charles scored 22 points, Blair Watson added 17 and No. 7 Maryland used a big third quarter to roar past Nebraska 89-63 ON Thursday night for its eighth straight victory.
Sam Haiby had 16 points off the bench and Hannah Whitish scored 10 of her 12 in the fourth quarter to help Nebraska rally and beat No. 23 Minnesota 63-57 Sunday night.
It's a lucky draw for Oregon and a rocky road for Duke, as Graham Hays breaks down the winners and losers after the selection committee revealed the women's NCAA tournament bracket.
Will Baylor wind up as a No. 1 seed? Is the bubble any clearer after the NCAA's final eight reveal on Sunday? And which 16 teams will host the early rounds? The women's NCAA tournament bracket will be revealed on Selection Monday (ESPN, 7 p.m. ET).
The NCAA committee revealed the final eight teams being considered for the last four spots in the bracket. Nebraska didn't make the list. So what does that mean for the rest of the bubble? Charlie Creme lists Minnesota, Rutgers, Buffalo and Creighton as the "last four in." And the Cornhuskers are a No. 9 seed.
How did Saturday's eight conference tournament finals impact our latest projection? Six new teams -- Cal State Northridge, Elon, Grambling, Seattle, Stephen F. Austin and Western Kentucky -- joined the field. Rutgers, Buffalo, Creighton and Nebraska are the "last four in."
The NCAA tournament field is taking shape, as five more automatic bids were won Tuesday. That left South Dakota on the wrong side of the bubble, and Minnesota, Rutgers, Creighton and Nebraska as the "last four in."