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Lincoln Baseball

Molly George Hit Hard, Run Fast, Turn Left The City of Lincoln lies in the heart of America. Surrounded by small towns and farmlands, people in the city and across the state pride themselves on the American values of hard...

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Cornhusker State Games

by Dave Mlnarik   More than 10,000 Nebraska athletes converge in Lincoln each July for competition in more than 60 sports at 45 different venues. The July family tradition known as the Cornhusker State Games brings folks together from more...

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A Tennis Community

 by Maggy Lehmicke Though Lincoln, Nebraska may not be deemed a hotspot for budding tennis stars, it’s certainly on its way. With the rise of Jack Sock, a Lincoln-native who has reached a career high ATP ranking of 22 in...

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Huskers Strike Gold, Rebuild in 2015

by Drew Guiney It’s no secret that preseason expectations for the Nebraska women’s volleyball team were high. Given our success in recruiting, quality coaching and new arena, fans’ support of the volleyball program has only seemed to increase. Despite this...

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2015 State Games of America a Huge Success!

by Nebraska Sports Council Executive Director Dave Mlnarik The 2015 State Games of America, held in Lincoln, Omaha and surrounding communities from July 28–August 2, were the largest in the 16-year history of the event, with 15,244 participants from 47...

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Proud and Passionate about Baseball

by Karen Brokaw Everyone knows that Lincoln is the home of the Huskers and we are crazy about our college sports. The passion is for all sports, however, not just football. In fact, Lincoln is a great baseball town. In...

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NEBRASKA ATHLETICS—Getting Back on Track

by Drew Guiney Nebraska’s breakup with Bo Pelini was ugly, as most one-sided breakups often are. Words were said—bad words—feelings were hurt, and tough decisions were made. When the dust settled, our head football coach packed his bags and left...