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No. 10 of Nebraska's volleyball team welcomes No. 12 Iowa State Cyclones Bob Devaney Sports Saturday, September 17th at 08:00 in a match race, which was large, NET, and is also available in the BTN. com. Fans are invited to "Red Out" Devaney position through all the red Saturday's match.
Nebraska is 3-0 fresh weekend, hosting Creighton, Santa Maria and Weber State player Ameritas Challenge. Iowa State suffered the first defeat of the season against Northern Iowa Tuesday night, are 3-0.
Saturday's game gives fans the opportunity to attend are former Husker Big 12 Conference foe Iowa State. The fight with the Cyclones home game remembers annual Bob Devaney Sports Center and marks the first non-conference between the two programs.
The two teams met 79 times as members of the Big Eight and Big 12 conferences, with recalls with an advantage all-time series 78-1 dating back to 1975.
Fans can hear all the action with John Baylor and Diane Mendenhall in the network of 25 stations Husker sports, including B107.3 FM in Lincoln and Twister 93.3 FM in Omaha. Fans outside the State will also be able to capture the live audio stream for free on Entertainmenttrend.blogspot.com.
This is Time Warner Cable in Lincoln, NET is seen on channel 12, but the NET is a 112-channel HD NET is a 29-channel Dish Network and DirecTV channel 12.
Introduction to Hurricanes
Location: Ames, Iowa
Membership: 28 682
Colors: Cardinal and gold
Head Coach: Christy Johnson-Lynch (Nebraska, '96)
Record at school: 125-67 (six years)
Overall Record: same
ASST. Coaches: Dawn Sullivan, Trudy Vande Berg
2010 Record: 20-9
2010 Big 12 Record: 13-7
2010 Postseason: NCAA First Round
2010 final ranking: 25
Letterwinners R / L: 03/10
Starters R / L: 5 / 1 1
Series Record: Nebraska leads, 78-1
Last Meeting: NU won, 3-0 (10/30/10)
Last Win NU (10/30/10)
Recent Tab NOW (21/10/09)
NOW Longest winning streak: 75
Current NU streak: 4
Iowa State Cyclones Scouts
Cyclones are 9-1 on the season after falling to No. 15 Northern Iowa 0-3 on Tuesday night. Before the match had ICU were the only team in the history of Iowa to start the season 9-0.
Iowa State outside hitter senior Carly Jenson leads an average of 3.57 kills per set and has 125 kills so far in the 2011 season.
Cyclones are averaging a success rate of 0261, while holding opponents to an average success rate 0152.
Northern Iowa ISU at a loss on the night of Tuesday, Cyclones never hit more than .111 in the set and the match ended 0093 on average. This was the lowest percentage since hitting team hitting 0.089 in Nebraska last season.
Redshirt freshman outside hitter Hannah Willms had 10 kills against the Cyclones of Northern Iowa, while Jenson has won six of its own.
Coach Christy Johnson Lynch is in his sixth year as head coach after going 20-9 last year the Cyclones.
Iowa State has a total of 72 blocks at an average of 1.95 blocks per set. The ISU is also compatible with 643 digs and digs 17.38 per set.
Saturday's game marks the final nonconference game Huskers at Iowa State. Cyclones take Missouri in Ames, Iowa, is Wednesday, September 21.
The Last Time Nebraska and Iowa State Met (October 30, 2010)
After leaving his only Big 12 Conference game at No. 10 match at Texas last year, No. 2 Nebraska volleyball team (20-2, 12-1) answered: 3-0 (25-19, 25-16, 25-16) victory No 12 Iowa State Cyclones (16-5, 9-4).
"We have insisted on two things at training this week, have fun and complete each point," said head coach John Cook after the victory. "The Huskers did a great job of making these two tonight."
Senior Lindsey Licht led all players with 12 kills, while Hannah Werth added nine. All in all the five attackers Husker had five or more kills with Lauren Cook and Sydney Anderson also helps to combine the 39 match-high 24 by Cook.
Defensively, I remember digging out the Cyclones 59-50 Kayla Banwarth led all players with 17 digs, while Werth (15) and Tara Mueller (10) each hit double figures. On the Web, they remember filled with nine kills Brooke Delano leads the way with six block assists.
Scouting the Huskers
Nebraska is 6-1 in 2011 and the game will be Saturday night ranked No. 10 of the most recent survey AVCA Coaches.
Huskers are 6-0 this season when holding opponents under .200 hitting. Nebraska is 0-1, when the opposing team to hit over .200.
Nebraska was the double digits in blocks of three games this season, including a season-high 16.5 blocks against the state of New Mexico.
The Huskers collected six seasons with low errors against Barcelona, September 3. The last time NU had six or fewer errors in a game against Sacred Heart on December 2, 2010.
As of September 11, ranking 24th nationally in blocks per set with 2.65 Huskers. NU is 25 in batting .273 percentage.
Nebraska ranks second in the Big Ten opponent in the percentage under .104. The recall is the fifth in the percentage (.273), eighth in assists (12.52), fourth in blocks (2.65), tied for ninth kills (13.41), 12 service aces (0.89) and the eighth in digs (13.78).
Jordan Wilberger is the second Big Ten in blocks, averaging 1.60 per set. Hayley Thramer is the third in a list along with 1.57 Friday, while Morgan Broekhuis arrives at the eighth, an average of 1.22 per set.
Brooke Delano has 56 deaths this season and is eighth in the Big Ten with a .381 hitting percentage.
Lauren Cook, ranks sixth in the Big Ten Conference in assists with 10.78 per game.
Gina Mancuso was ninth in the Big Ten Conference in kills averaging 3.78 per set.
Lara Dykstra is eighth in the Big Ten in digs, averaging 3.89 per game
Children under coach John Cook, the Huskers improved to 308-9 after winning the first game after a series of sweeping Weber State Sept. 10
Three Huskers have combined for four double-doubles in 2011, collecting three Mancuso Werth and take one of their own.
Gina Mancuso | 2011 (3) | career UN (3), All (3)
Opponent (Date) kadb
New Mexico State (Aug. 26) 16 0 14 2
Creighton (Sept. 8) 12 0 10 1
St. Mary (Sept. 9) 15 1 11 3
Hannah Werth | 2011 (1) | NOW Careers (23), All (23)
Opponent (Date) kadb
The State of Colorado (September 2) 12 0 15 1
Three Huskers averaged more than a block set in Broekhuis (1.22), Wilberger (1.60) and Thramer (1.57).
Two Husker average over 3.00 kills per set, including Mancuso (3.78) and Broekhuis (3.04). Both lead NU to hit percentage.
With a visit to Iowa this weekend, Nebraska will take on his second top-25 this season.
He remembers lost to then-No. 15 Colorado State, Sept. 2 in five sets in Fort Collins, Colo. Since that match, has now gone 4-0.
Historically, two best Huskers' months are September, (291-26) and November (214-18), because they are all-time winning percentage of .918 and .922, respectively. NU has lost only five games in September since 2004, including a 2005-08.
After four victories so far in September, the Huskers are 114-8 under head coach John Cook.
August, with the bag, Nebraska is now 28-7 in August since 1989, when it was the first meeting of a month.
Cook reaches 500
With the victory in Albany on September 3 Huskers', coach John Cook is one of his coaches win 500.
No Place Like Nebraska
Nebraska celebrated the 150th consecutive sold-out NU Coliseum tube, 8 September and 'the longest pipe of a traitor to all women in NCAA athletics. Huskers averaged 4632 fans Fri Contest home last season. Since Sept. 12, Nebraska is the current third home win streak with 25
Small Business Membership
Lara Dykstra became the seventh rookie to start a real opening of the season in head coach John Cook was, Nebraska. Sophomore Morgan Broekhuis was the last Husker to do in 2010.
Through the first seven games of his college career, freshman Lara Dykstra totaled 105 digs, and has averaged 3.89 digs per set. Her 28 digs against New Mexico State ranked ninth in the performances of Nebraska volleyball one match and was the highest total by a Husker since 2009.
Thrams is the impact
Sophomore Hayley Thramer made his first career start in New Mexico on August 27 he boards eight blocks against New Mexico State and three against New Mexico. Currently in third place in the Big Ten in blocks.
Volleyball Black Shirts
Nebraska held in Albany to match hitting percentage of .038, including 0.075 percentage points in two sets, and -. 079 in three sets. Huskers Creighton held a .053 hitting percentage in the September 8 .071 hitting percentage, and Weber State on September 10, Nebraska is the second Big Ten with a .104 opponent hitting percentage points on the season.
Maintain their own
Huskers fifth place in the ten Big hitting percentage (.273), help eighth (12.52), in the fourth quarter (2.65), digs eighth (13.78), another opponent shot percentage (.104), tied ninth kills (13, 41) and 12. axes in (0.89).
Nebraska volleyball fans will once again flock to the appearance depending on the Bob Devaney Sports Center 2011 Huskers' lone Saturday, Sept. 17 against Iowa State.
All times Devaney Center has two Top-10 marks the presence of all time. In 2009, Devaney Center record in Nebraska NCAA game against UCLA, with a crowd of 13,870. NOW battle with LSU in 2008 drew 13,412 to the Devaney Center.
Map to success
Nebraska has nine players on their roster that 2011 Volleyball Fab 50 selections magazine, representing the top 50 players in the recruiting class this year. Five Huskers recruiting class "The last seven ranked in the top five nationally, including the class of 2009 ranked second by Prepvolleyball.com.
Volleyball magazine Fab 50 members
2008 Allison McNeal
2009 Gina Mancuso, Hannah Werth, Thrams Hayley, Lauren Cook,
2010 Morgan Broekhuis
Lara Dykstra 2011, Taylor Simpson
House for all Americans
Nebraska has continued its successful series of All-American in 2010, as Brooke Delano, Lindsey Licht and Hannah Werth has been named AVCA All-Americans. NCAA trio raised the total of 34 leaders of Nebraska players and 70 certificates. Nebraska has had at least one All-American every season since 1983, a total of 29 consecutive seasons, including 35 All-America awards Cook 11 years in Nebraska.
AVCA All-America Certificates
The school No. Price
1. Nebraska 70
2. Stanford 65
3rd Penn State 51
4. Hawaii 50
5. UCLA 41
Preseason All-Conference Selections
The Huskers were selected to finish tied for second review of the Big Ten preseason coaches. The Huskers also had three players selected to the preseason All-Big Ten list. Unanimous selection of senior Brooke Delano was accompanied by young Lauren Cook and Hannah Werth.