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  1. She signed an LOI to play basketball at Dordt College in Iowa. NAIA- GPAC Conference.
  2. Western Christian has a 9-11 enrollment of 192. That would translate it to he the 13th largest school in C1 in Nebraska. I know this is prob a little apples and oranges as I think she was a bit quicker but Kelsey Bolte that went to Iowa State and had a tremendous career there went to a smaller high school (mine) than Western Christian is. I do understand that it is much harder for a slower girl from a smaller school to "make it big".
  3. Doyle and Cayton play against us. I hope we don't schedule Washington the next 3 years. That could come to fruition sooner than you think HB. Washington is in the Pre-season WNIT this season along with the Huskers and there's a remote chance we might hook up there! But Romeo won't be suited this year. Now do they allow redshirt to travel?Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk No- transfers do not travel. However if we would end up playing Washington at their place she could/will be on their bench.
  4. Iowa state would be right up there too... Don't forget them.
  5. .....meanwhile, back at Nebraska.... http://journalstar.com/news/local/911/after-title-ix-complaint-former-husker-track-athlete-sues-unl/article_1cab1f5c-1782-51de-9e32-095945ea3ba5.html
  6. I'll attach the article where I got the numbers above from- http://m.omaha.com/huskers/net-gains-in-lincoln-volleyball-is-a-revenue-generator-for/article_2637c720-c903-515d-8aaf-c86c2c3352a0.html?mode=jqm It talks about women's basketball towards the end of article- says only Tennessee made money in that year and UConn that went undefeated that season lost $2,000,000.
  7. Found it- In the black: Rare air for NU volleyball At most large schools, football and men’s basketball are the only athletic programs that generate revenue. Not so at Nebraska, where volleyball finished in the black by more than a half million dollars in 2013-14. Football: $36,316,663 Basketball (m): $2,116,412 Volleyball : $577,601 Sand volleyball (w): -$105,669 Rifle (w): -$345,808 Golf (w): -$495,658 Bowling (w): -$501,325 Golf (m): -$503,528 Tennis (m): -$613,479 Tennis (w): -$647,377 Gymnastics (m): -$681,803 Baseball : -$719,993 Wrestling : -$1,094,543 Swimming (w): -$1,107,364 Gymnastics (w): -$1,148,102 Soccer (w): -$1,239,849 Softball : -$1,377,970 Track/cross country (m): -$1,577,981 Track/cross country (w): -$1,688,689 Basketball (w): -$2,509,607 Source: University of Nebraska report to NCAA
  8. I can't remember where I had seen it but I believe that our women's basketball team were in the red the farthest of all teams we have at Nebraska.
  9. Yes, but if I remember correctly it was because Doc Sadler wanted his own guy who didn't have other sports to deal with and schedule around. Also I think that there was some philosophical differences at play there too.I'm not saying that there will definitely not be some support staff turnover, but pre-coach hiring I was told that trainer and weight coach's job were safe. Time will tell.
  10. I have heard similar. It would not surprise me if she brought all 3. it would surprise me if she didn't at least bring Love and Mays. She may be looking for a DBO, since her current one is in a masters program until December I believe.Are all of the positions from trainer to weight training positions that the head coach fills or are they UNL positions?From what I have been told those two positions are safe, essentially UNL positions.. Not sure of the protocol for if a coach can request a change at those positions or not.Interesting you chose the word "safe."Uhhhh, how else am I suppose to explain it? I don't know of course, but would have to think Coach Amy would/could have some say in the trainer/weight trainer if she wanted some change. Doubt the AD/admin would not listen to the head coach....just as in any other sport. Football completely reorganized their weight training staff and system under Riley im pretty sure that the head strength coach Dobson was part of the football "staff". Meaning that football was his only sport and got paid accordingly ($150k +) and thus was on yearly contracts such as coaches generally all are on. I think the rest of the football weight staff left for other opportunities voluntarily. The only holdover would be Willy Jones in that football staff.I believe that almost all other strength staff are on general contracts that most everyone else in athletic department have. That also goes the same for all athletic trainers. When Riley was hired the training staff stayed the same. This is definitely a situation that maybe a coach can request someone new, but from what I have been told the trainer and weight coach will remain the same unless something unique happens.
  11. I have heard similar. It would not surprise me if she brought all 3. it would surprise me if she didn't at least bring Love and Mays. She may be looking for a DBO, since her current one is in a masters program until December I believe.Are all of the positions from trainer to weight training positions that the head coach fills or are they UNL positions?From what I have been told those two positions are safe, essentially UNL positions.. Not sure of the protocol for if a coach can request a change at those positions or not. Interesting you chose the word "safe."Uhhhh, how else am I suppose to explain it?
  12. I have heard similar. It would not surprise me if she brought all 3. it would surprise me if she didn't at least bring Love and Mays. She may be looking for a DBO, since her current one is in a masters program until December I believe. Are all of the positions from trainer to weight training positions that the head coach fills or are they UNL positions?From what I have been told those two positions are safe, essentially UNL positions.. Not sure of the protocol for if a coach can request a change at those positions or not.
  13. cyinne, instead of implying that a practice player's views are unreliable due to some ridiculous, assumed "loyalty" to the coach, why don't you just acknowledge your own bias? What's it matter if I have bias or not? You have bias, everyone here has bias. We all probably do not agree on all levels, obviously. Does that make me right and you wrong, or vise versa? Of course not. All I have ever done here to try to make sense of what happened by keeping an open mind to all levels of this very complex situation. I'm not directly going to believe or not believe anything that comes out on this situation but I will always take everything with a grain of salt. People that blindly follow what the majority are saying and taking it for gospel do not know the entire story. I don't know the entire story, nor will I ever. The same thing goes for all of you unless your name is Shawn Eichorst or Mark Boehm.
  14. I know them personally as well. Just asking, but what do you mean by "it's not suppose to work this way"?