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Memorial Stadium - NE
Sep 4 2015
Miami Hurricanes vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers
Sun Life Stadium
Sep 19 2015
Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers
Memorial Stadium - IL
Oct 3 2015
Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers
TCF Bank Stadium
Oct 17 2015
Purdue Boilermakers vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers
Oct 31 2015
Rutgers Scarlet Knights vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers
High Point Solutions Stadium (formerly Rutgers Stadium)
Nov 14 2015
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University of Nebraska Lincoln has several sports teams with the name of The Nebraska Cornhuskers or Huskers. Early nicknames for the university's athletic teams included the "Hawkeyes", the "Antelopes", the "Old Gold Knights", the "Bugeaters" and the "Mankilling Mastodons". The usage of "Cornhuskers" occurred around 1900. The university is a member of the Big 12 Conference and competes in NCAA Division I, fielding 21 varsity teams in 14 sports. The Cornhuskers have two official mascots, Herbie Husker and Lil' Red.
They participate in almost all sponsor events except for men's swimming and diving. In addition the Huskers play in three non-sponsor big 12 events, Rifle, Bowling and Men's gym.
Nebraska became the first team in the Big Eight to create women's soccer as a varsity sport in the 1995 season. John Walker was hired to coach the soccer team in April 1994 and was determined to get the Huskers into an NCAA tournament by 2008. During his second season, he led the Huskers to the NCAA tournament followed by an addition nine consecutive trips to the tournament, with his first miss in the 2006 season. The team has reached the Sweet sixteen eight times and to the Elite Eight on two occasions. John Walker has earned NSCAA/Umbro National Coach-of-the-Year, NSCAA/Umbro Central Region Coach-of-the-Year and Big 12 Conference Coach-of-the-Year over his tenure at Lincoln.
Nebraska is home to one of the nation's top volleyball programs. The Nebraska women's volleyball team has won three national titles, in 1995, 2000, and 2006. In 1995 the Cornhuskers capped off a 32-1 season by defeating the Texas Longhorns in the national championship game. The second national championship came in 2000, when the Huskers completed a 34-0 season by beating the Wisconsin Badgers for the championship. The Huskers won their third national championship in 2006 with at 33-1 record by beating the Stanford Cardinal in 4 sets.
The Husker football team began competitive play in 1890 and claimed 46 conference championships and part or all of five national championships during 1970, 1971, 1994, 1995, and 1997. The latter three marking one of only two times that a team has won three NCAA Division I-A national football championships in four seasons. The other was Notre Dame in 1946, 1947 and 1949. Over the past 25 years, the Huskers' three Division I national championships are the second most of any Division I university, behind the University of Miami, which has won five. Nebraska became one of only 4 teams in division 1-A football to reach 800 lifetime wins on October 14, 2006 with a 21-3 victory over Kansas State. Other teams with 800 wins are Texas, Notre Dame, and Michigan.
Although the University of Nebraska has experienced varying amounts of success for their intercollegiate athletic programs, men's basketball has been an exception. Nebraska has a distinction of one of the few major conference programs never to win a single game in the NCAA Tournament. In fact, in the over 90 years of varsity competition at the University, the first trip to the NCAA Tournament for Nebraska did not come until 1986. Much of the team's success came under the tenure of Danny Nee, head coach from 1987 to 2000. Nee is the team's all-time winning head coach with a record of 254-190. Nee led the Cornhuskers to NCAA Tournament appearances, the National Invitation Tournament, and finally including the 1996 NIT Championship.
The Nebraska Women's Gymnastics team was first established in 1975. After the first season, the head coach Karen Balke led a team of all freshman and sophomores for one year. Judy Schalk took over as head coach in 1977 until 1983. She led the Huskers to five conference titles and to one AIWA bid. In 1983, Rick Walton served as head coach and led the Huskers to their first NCAA women's gym event title when Michele Bryant came in first place on the vault. He captured four straight Big 8 championship titles and led the huskers to the NCAAs four times in a row.
Women's basketball started as a club sport in 1970 and five years later it became a varsity sport when scholarships were offered. George Nicodemus was the first head coach and had a 22-9 record in his first season, taking the Huskers to the AIAW where they lost in the second round of the tournament. Five different head coaches were hired after Nicodemus left the program in 1971 until 1986 when Angela Beck took a stable head coach position. Beck led the Huskers to their first NCAA bid after winning the Big 8 championship in 1988. She led the Huskers back to the NCAA in 93 and 96. She left the program in 1996 to pursue other opportunities and was replaced by Paul Sanderford. Sanderford who led the Huskers to a NCAA sub-regional in 1998 and 1999 and received a third consecutive NCAA bid in 2000. Connie Yori became the head coach in 2002 and led the Huskers to WNIT in 2004, 2005, 2006, and NCAA in 2007.
Nebraska baseball has seen resurgence in recent years. After many years of being a perennial doormat, the 2000 Huskers became the first team in school history to advance to the Super Regionals in the NCAA tournament. In 2001 and 2002, the Huskers made their appearances in the College World Series. Much of the success of these teams and the teams that followed is due to the efforts of Dave Van Horn, who compiled a record of 214-92 while leading Huskers from 1998-2002. After the 2002 season, Van Horn left to accept a position at his alma mater, Arkansas; assistant coach Mike Anderson became head coach. In 2005, the Huskers had their most successful season ever, advancing to the College World Series for the third time in five years.
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