Author Archives: Kaleb Henry

Matej Kavas Done for Season with Hand Injury

Matej Kavas Done for Season with Hand Injury

Nebraska men’s basketball will have to try to end the 10 game losing streak down another player. Senior Matej Kavas played just over a minute Saturday against Wisconsin before walked to the bench and asking for a sub. Kavas was looked at by the trainers courtside before exiting through the tunnel. He returned to the…Read more »

Huskers Fall on 10th Inning Walk-off

Huskers Fall on 10th Inning Walk-off

Just a day after racking up 11 runs in the first inning and 16 hits in the game, the Huskers had to work to stay in the game. Nebraska (1-1, 0-0 Big Ten) got a leadoff home run from Cam Chick, but a flyout, walk, and double-play later the Huskers were 10 runs shy of…Read more »

Wisconsin Loss Makes 10 Straight for Nebrasketball

Wisconsin Loss Makes 10 Straight for Nebrasketball

Deja vu for the Huskers against the Badgers. Back when these two teams met in Madison, Wisconsin led 39-38 at halftime then went on a 20-2 run in the second-half as part of Nebraska’s fourth consecutive loss. In the second meeting in Lincoln, the Badgers led 39-38 at halftime and went on a 21-2 run…Read more »

Huskers Strike First, Coast to Bolt Era Debut Win

Huskers Strike First, Coast to Bolt Era Debut Win

A dream start to the Will Bolt Era at Nebraska. The Huskers(1-0, 0-0 Big Ten) started the game with five consecutive singles to spark a seven hit, 11 run inning. Nebraska sent 17 men to the plate as Baylor(0-1, 0-0 Big 12) was forced to use two pitchers to get through the inning. To complete…Read more »

Huskers Get Much Needed Win Over Penn State

Huskers Get Much Needed Win Over Penn State

After having lost four games in a row and seven of the last nine, Nebraska desperately needed a win on Thursday. Boy, the Huskers did just that. “Certainly feels good to get a win, and to do that at home for our fan base and for our team right now is important,” said Nebraska coach…Read more »

No. 18 Hoosiers Survive Husker Comeback on Pink Day at PBA

No. 18 Hoosiers Survive Husker Comeback on Pink Day at PBA

On the same day that Nebraskans honored those that have fought and are still fighting cancer, the Huskers used that same never give up attitude. The No. 18 Hoosiers(19-6, 9-4 Big Ten) took control from the tip, scoring 12 straight while Nebraska(15-9, 5-8 Big Ten) went 0-for-7 and had three turnovers, including a pair of…Read more »

Huskers Can’t Handle No. 17 Hawkeyes in 96-72 Loss

Huskers Can’t Handle No. 17 Hawkeyes in 96-72 Loss

The last Nebrasketball win came January 7 against Iowa. Saturday’s game went from all Hawkeyes, to the Huskers with a chance, to a second consecutive second-half beat down for Nebraska(7-16, 2-10 Big Ten). Iowa(17-7, 8-5 Big Ten) came out fast and furious, using a 13-0 run to lead 15-2 just 3:32 into the game. The…Read more »