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District Volleyball Pairings Are Set
Lincoln Southeast and Lincoln North Star will host district volleyball tournaments next week.  Southeast will host the A-2 District tournament next Wednesday, while North Star hosts the A-7 tourney.   Click on headline for full brackets.

 

 
 
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Huskers Beat Rutgers 42-24
Ameer Abdullah ran for 225 yards and three touchdowns and set a school record with 341 all-purpose yards, leading 16th ranked Nebraska to a 42-24 victory over Rutgers yesterday. The Huskers reached the halfway point of conference play tied with Minnesota for first in the Big Ten West Division.
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East, Southwest, Pius X , Waverly and Malcolm Make Playoffs
Lincoln East, Lincoln Southwest, Lincoln Pius X, Waverly and Malcolm have qualified for the NSAA State High School Football playoffs, which begin on Oct. 31.  Pairings were released Saturday morning, after the regular season wrapped up Friday night.   (CLICK HEADLINE FOR FULL STORY)
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Millard West Surge In Second Half Stops Southeast
Lincoln Southeast used some old school plays to compete with Millard West Thursday night, but the Knights couldn't overcome a second half surge, as the Class A 10th-ranked Wildcats hung on for a 35-28 victory in high school football at Seacrest Field.

 
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Silver Hawks Still In State Softball Tourney After Day One
Lincoln Southwest is still alive in the NSAA State High School Softball Tournament, after falling in their first game in the Class A tournament 12-6 to Papillion-LaVista, but bouncing back to beat Lincoln North Star 4-0 in an elimination game Thursday at the Smith Softball Complex in Hastings.   
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13th-Ranked NU Volleyball Team Sweeps Northwestern
The No. 13 Nebraska volleyball team made quick work of Northwestern on "Pink Night," sweeping the Wildcats 3-0 (25-12, 25-22, 25-13) on Wednesday at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.  Husker head coach John Cook says he's really pleased with how his team responded, following last Sunday's loss at Michigan.  
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Big Red Tip-Off Set For Oct. 29
The Nebraska Athletic Department invites fans to get their first look at the 2014-15 Husker men’s and women’s basketball programs, as the Huskers will host the Big Red Tip-Off at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Wednesday, Oct. 29. The Big Red Tip-Off marks the first opportunity to see both programs prior to their first exhibition games.  
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HUSKER FOOTBALL: Beck Says NU Needs To Take Care of Football at Northwestern
The Nebraska football team continued its preparations for its Saturday night Big Ten West Division showdown with the Northwestern Wildcats on Tuesday afternoon, as the Huskers completed a 90-minute practice inside of the Hawks Championship Center and outside on the Ed and Joyanne Gass practice fields.
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State Softball Tournament Starts Wednesday
The NSAA State High School Softball tournament starts this morning at the Smith Softball Complex in Hastings.   Raymond Central opens up the Class C tournament at 9am against Guardian Angels Central Catholic.  In Class A at 11:30, sixth-seed Lincoln North Star plays 3rd-seed Omaha Marian at Field 3.  
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Elkhorn South Wins Class A Golf Title, LSW Finishes 4th
Elkhorn South is the Class A girls state golf champion, after shooting a two-round team total of 725 at the Norfolk Country Club.  Papillion-LaVista finished runner-up in the team standings, while Millard North came in third and Lincoln Southwest finished fourth.  Lincoln Southeast finished tied for fifth with Omaha Marian and Lincoln Pius X wound up finishing at No. 8. 
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Nebraska's 2015 Baseball Schedule Is Out
The Nebraska baseball team's 2015 schedule is out, with the opening game of the year scheduled for Friday, February 13th in Las Vegas, taking on the UNLV Rebels.   The Huskers will play 27 home games at Haymarket Park and will open up the home part of the schedule March 10th, hosting Northern Colorado.   
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Nebraska Mens Hoops: Huskers To Play On BTN 13 Times In 2014-15
A minimum of 13 Nebraska men’s basketball games will air across Big Ten Network platforms this season.  Eleven games will air on BTN and available nationally...two games will air online on BTN Plus, which is a subscription-based service available on computers, smartphones and tablets as part of the BTN2Go app.  
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Nebraska Men's Basketball: Schedule Released For Tourney In Hawaii
The Nebraska basketball team will face a tough challenge in the opening round of the 2014 Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, when the Huskers face homestanding Hawaii in its tournament opener. The Huskers and Rainbow Warriors will tip off at Midnight (central) on Dec. 23, in a game televised nationally on ESPNU.  
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Two Saltdogs Receive Weekly Honors
The Lincoln Saltdogs swept the league's weekly awards for the week ending June 1, as 1B Ian Gac was named Pointstreak Player of the Week and RHP Marquis Fleming was named Pointstreak Pitcher of the Week. Pointstreak is the official baseball statistician of the American Association.  
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Nebraska Women's Basketball Notches NCAA Tourney Win
Jordan Hooper had 23 points and 11 rebounds, and fourth-seeded Nebraska defeated Fresno State 74-55 in the first round of the NCAA women's tournament Saturday in Los Angeles. Emily Cady added 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Cornhuskers (26-6), the B
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