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Husker Women take down Illinois

Urbana-Champaign - Sam Haiby scored 12 of her game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter to rally Nebraska from a fourth-quarter deficit to claim a hard-fought 57-53 women's basketball win at Illino... Read More

Dawgs right themselves with blowout of Briar Cliff

SEWARD, Neb. – In a complete reversal of the first matchup between the same two sides, the Concordia University Men’s Basketball team rocked Briar Cliff’s world. The 3-point reliant Chargers went just 6-for-29 from long range and watched as Ca... Read More

Rushton quarterbacks win in scrum between second-place teams

SEWARD, Neb. – A matchup between teams tied for second place in the GPAC standings turned into just the type of physical, wire-to-wire battle that one would have expected. The Concordia University Women’s Basketball team rode an offensive outbur... Read More

CRC Tournament basketball postponed Saturday

STROMSBURG, SHELBY, OSCEOLA - The 2021 Crossroads Conference tournament began Saturday at school sites. Games were played at Cross County High School, Osceola High School, and Shelby-Rising City High School. Just after the 3p.m. games were complet... Read More

Husker Volleyball sweeps Hoosiers in Season Opener

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - After a 13-month wait, the fifth-ranked Nebraska volleyball team returned to action on Friday night and the Huskers did not disappoint, sweeping Indiana on the road 25-22, 25-20, 25-17 in the season opener at Wilkinson Hall. Th... Read More

York Girls win, Boys fall

YORK- On Parent's Night for York, it was Fairbury who came to town and the Dukes and the Jeffs split contests. In the girl's game, York was able to capture the victory 48-35. It was a tight contest after the first period, including Fairbury leading 1... Read More

McCool Junction nabs wins on the road

OSCEOLA-In girls’ basketball action at Osceola High School Thursday evening, the McCool Junction Mustangs (10-4) started off fast, scoring 17 points in the first quarter to defeat the Osceola Bulldogs (6-8) 47-36. The Mustangs, led in scoring by fr... Read More

Passion, non-stop motor make Wiersema one of GPAC's best

Justin Wiersema is the guy who catches every coach’s attention. It’s not simply because he’s good – it’s also because his motor never stops and his energy level never slips. Wiersema leads the Concordia University Men’s Basketball team in... Read More

NSAA Makes Changes To State Tournaments

LINCOLN - The NSAA girls & boys Basketball tournaments will have a different look this spring. The NSAA's executive board voted 8-0 on Thursday to keep the boys and girls state basketball tournaments in Lincoln. Both will now be five-day events a... Read More

Changes to NAIA Basketball, Swim and Dive Championship Formats Announced

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) made two critical announcements on Friday after both its National Administrative Council (NAC) full body and Council of Presidents (COP) made decisions related to nati... Read More

De Jong honored with NAIA national award

NAIA Release SEWARD, Neb. – On the same day she was named GPAC Field Athlete of the Week, senior Morgan De Jong has been chosen as the NAIA National Field Athlete of the Week, as announced by the NAIA on Wednesday (Jan. 20). De Jong emerged as ... Read More