Friday, July 09, 2010

Bay Area Husker ENews 7/9/10

Hey Bay Area Husker Fans!

Here are some good articles to chew on before our big Big Red Roundup Picnic on Sunday, and get you excited about the upcoming Husker football schedule. Summer is normally a pretty slow time of the year for Husker news, but lots of things have been happening back in Lincoln since the announcement that UNL is joining the Big 10. In addition to all the conference discussions, the city of Lincoln voted to build a new sports arena in the Haymarket area (near the baseball stadium) to supplement/enhance the Devaney Center for some of the Husker sports teams. AD Osborne is hopeful that it could be built in time for the 2013 Basketball season. And a recent survey from season ticket holders and fans indicate there may be another expansion to Memorial Stadium in the works. See the first article and link to a video Q&A between Randy York and Tom Osborne to get a feel for what's coming down the pike for Nebraska Athletic programs.

In football news, they have set the times for the first two football games and they will be PPV broadcast events, which means we'll be passing the hat at our local watch party sites (see below).

In baseball news, Darin Erstad (of Major League Baseball fame) will be joining the UNL baseball coaching staff (see below)!

Thats all for now...enjoy the reading and we hope to see you Sunday at the Picnic!

Go Big Red (White and Blue),


Q&A with AD Tom Osborne:

A resounding yes vote on a new Haymarket Arena ... the aftermath of Nebraska making the decision to join the Big Ten Conference ... major improvements to the Bob Devaney Sports Center ... a donor and season ticket holder survey that could lead to possible Memorial Stadium expansion ... a Hall-of-Fame coach who has experienced more than 40 games against Big Ten teams.

So many subjects and so many questions mean no dog days of summer for an athletic director whose department is trying to balance a budget in a conference the Huskers are leaving a year from now, not to mention get ready to join another conference with different demands, different timetables and a different cast of coaches, student-athletes and administrators.

Randy York, director of, sat down with Tom Osborne on Wednesday to ask him several timely, relevant questions.

In a short summer Q&A series with Osborne on, Nebraska's athletic director begins by answering a question about media speculation that focuses on the timing of creating divisions and making schedules for an expanded Big Ten.



There wasn't any Q&A after Tom Osborne's appearance on the Jim Rome Show that was syndicated across the country on Tuesday, but there was at least one person who bought the logic that Nebraska's athletic director laid out on the show ... Jim Rome himself.

Rome, the popular radio show host who broadcasts from a studio near Los Angeles, said he loves the connection between Nebraska and the Big Ten.

And now that he knows more precisely why Nebraska made the move from the Big 12 to the Big Ten, Rome said "the miracle is they (the Huskers) left and that conference didn't just fall apart."

Osborne told Rome that the Big 12 was a good league and remains a good league today. "We have no complaints about it, but we just felt that our culture, the way we do things and our outlook on things was probably a little bit more similar to the Big Ten, and the Big Ten was a better fit.

"Some people say we just did it for the money," Osborne added, "and actually we will be less well off financially for a few years at least."

Culture, geography and stability influenced Nebraska's decision to move to the Big Ten.

Osborne said Nebraska's decision-makers respect the Big Ten philosophy of "all for one and one for all" and had a "feeling that the Big Ten is stable and is going to be there for the next 50 or 100 years."

Rome asked Osborne questions about the differences in recruiting, exposure, the Oklahoma rivalry and the rapid development of Bo Pelini and his coaching staff. To hear the conversation between Rome and Osborne, go to this link:



Lincoln - University of Nebraska athletic programs continued to rise on a national scale during a successful 2009-10 campaign. The Huskers finished the year ranked 17th in the final NACDA Directors Cup all-sport standings, their highest overall finish since taking 13th in 2000-01.

Nebraska's competitive success included nine top-16 national finishes across its 23 varsity sport programs. NU had 15 teams advance to NCAA Tournament action in 2009-10, and the Husker football team won a 2009 Holiday Bowl crown. Coach Bill Straub's bowling team produced an NCAA runner-up finish, while National Coach-of-the-Year Connie Yori's women's basketball team finished fourth in the Associated Press Top 25 - the best showing in school history. Coach John Cook's tradition-rich volleyball program added a No. 5 final national ranking, while Coach Morgan Hicks' rifle team finished sixth at the 2010 NCAA Championships. Coach Dan Kendig's women's gymnastics team added a seventh-place NCAA finish, while first-year coach Chuck Chmelka's men's gymnastics program rounded out NU's six top-10 team finishes by placing ninth.

Big 12 Coach-of-the-Year Scott Jacobson also helped the women's tennis make history by leading the Huskers to their first-ever NCAA Tournament victory. Coach Kerry McDermott also enjoyed a history-making season by leading the Husker men's tennis team to its first-ever berth in the NCAA Championships.

At the conference level, Coach Bo Pelini's football program won the Big 12 North title to advance to the league title game. Yori, the Big 12 Coach of the Year, led the NU women's basketball program to the best season in school history that included a Big 12-record tying 30-game winning streak and a perfect 16-0 league season to claim the conference crown. Big 12 Men's Outdoor Coach-of-the-Year Gary Pepin also led the track and field team to the 101st conference track title in school history.

In addition to the conference-title winning team efforts, the Nebraska women's gymnastics team added a league runner-up finish, while the men's indoor and women's outdoor track and field teams added second-place finishes of their own. The women's tennis team contributed a third-place conference finish, as did the women's indoor track and field squad.

Individually, Nebraska student-athletes also achieved at the highest levels in several sports. All-American Ndamukong Suh became one of the most decorated defensive players in college football history, while powering the Huskers to a 10-win season on the gridiron. Suh, who became the first defensive player in history to earn Associated Press National Player-of-the-Year honors, captured the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award while being named a Heisman Trophy finalist. The defensive tackle from Portland, Ore., also became the first Husker to win both the Bronko Nagurski and Chuck Bednarik awards as the nation's top defensive player, before being selected with the No. 2 overall pick of the Detroit Lions in the 2010 NFL Draft.

All-American Kelsey Griffin also claimed national headlines while leading the women's basketball team to a record-setting season. The 6-2 forward from Eagle River, Alaska, was a finalist for every major national player-of-the-year award and became Nebraska's first-ever winner across all sports of the prestigious Lowe's Senior CLASS Award, recognizing her success in competition, in the classroom and in the community. The 2010 Big 12 Player of the Year became just the second Husker in history to score more than 2,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds while capturing the third first-team all-conference accolade of her career. She was a unanimous first-team All-American and picked No. 3 overall in the 2010 WNBA Draft. The 2010 Nebraska Female Student-Athlete of the Year is midway through her first season with the Connecticut Sun.

All-American Cassandra Leuthold also captured 2010 National Player-of-the-Year honors while leading Coach Bill Straub's Husker bowlers to an NCAA runner-up finish. Leuthold, a senior from Black Hawk, S.D., was named the Most Outstanding Player while leading the Huskers to the 2009 NCAA title and was the 2007 National Rookie of the Year, when she helped NU to a third-place finish.

Overall 29 Nebraska student-athletes captured 33 All-America awards in their respective sports, including NCAA 197-pound runner-up Craig Brester. The senior wrestler from Howells, Neb., helped Coach Mark Manning's team to a 12th-place finish at the NCAA Championships before being named Nebraska's Male Student-Athlete of the Year.

A testament of NU's national recruiting power, the Huskers' 29 All-Americans came to Nebraska from 13 states and three foreign countries. The state of Nebraska produced five All-Americans and five more came from the Big Ten region (Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota). Four All-Americans came from Texas and three more from Missouri. Across the board, the future looks bright for Nebraska's athletic programs. Among NU's 29 All-Americans in 2009-10, 20 were underclassmen who are expected to return in 2010-11.

Nebraska's 2009-10 Athletic All-Americans
(29 Athletes/33 Total Awards/22 First-Team Awards) 
  • Sydney Anderson, Junior, Salt Lake City, Utah, Volleyball (3rd Team) 
  • Craig Brester, Senior, Howells, Neb., Wrestling (1st Team - NCAA 197-Pound Runner-up)
  • Epley Bullock, Senior, Allen, Texas, Women's Track & Field (1st Team - Indoor & Outdoor High Jump)
  • Bobby Carter, Freshman, Lee's Summit, Mo., Men's Track & Field (1st, Outdoor Long Jump)
  • Kori Cooper, Senior, Amarillo, Texas, Volleyball (Honorable-Mention)
  • Brooke Delano, Bellevue, Neb., Sophomore, Volleyball (2nd Team)
  • Janine Dutton, Eagle River, Alaska, Sophomore, Rifle (2nd Team)
  • Stephen Dwyer, Senior, Rockton, Ill., Wrestling (1st Team, 4th, 174 Pounds)
  • Lora Evenstad, Sophomore, Grand Forks, N.D., Women's Gymnastics (1st Team, Vault; 2nd Team, Floor)
  • Lehann Fourie, Junior, Pretoria, South Africa, Men's Track & Field (1st Team, 60 Hurdles-Indoor, 110 Hurdles-Outdoor)
  • Janelle Giblin, Freshman, San Ramon, Calif., Women's Gymnastics (2nd Team, Bars)
  • Nicholas Gordon, Junior, Kingston, Jamaica, Men's Track & Field (1st Team, Outdoor Long Jump)
  • Kelsey Griffin, Senior, Eagle River, Alaska, Women's Basketball (1st Team)
  • Paul Hamilton, Junior, Sidney, Neb., Men's Track & Field (1st Team, Indoor & Outdoor High Jump)
  • Tyler Hitchler, Sophomore, Fremont, Neb., Men's Track & Field (1st Team, Discus)
  • Kathryn Howard, Senior, Houston, Texas, Women's Gymnastics (2nd Team, Bars)
  • Anthony Ingrelli, Junior, West Allis, Wis., Men's Gymnastics (1st Team, Still Rings)
  • Cassandra Leuthold, Senior, Black Hawk, S.D., Bowling (1st Team, NCAA Player of the Year)
  • Leandra McGruder, Senior, Jefferson City, Mo., Women's Track & Field (1st Team, Indoor Triple Jump)
  • Chantae McMillan, Junior, Rolla, Mo., Women's Track & Field (1st Team, Heptathlon)
  • Kassandra Nathe, Sophomore, Sartell, Minn., Women's Gymnastics (2nd Team, Bars)
  • Chris Phipps, Sophomore, Patterson, N.J., Men's Track & Field (1st Team, Outdoor Long Jump)
  • Maria Scaffidi, Junior, Hartland, Wis., Women's Gymnastics (2nd Team, Floor)
  • Brittany Skinner, Freshman, Los Altos, Calif., Women's Gymnastics (1st Team, Vault)
  • Ndamukong Suh, Senior, Portland, Ore., Football (1st Team, Outland, Lombardi, Nagurski, Bednarik awards)
  • Audrey Svane, Junior, Tioga, Texas, Women's Track & Field (1st Team, Indoor High Jump)
  • Hannah Werth, Freshman, Springfield, Ill., Volleyball (Honorable-Mention)
  • Natalie Willer, Junior, Elkhorn, Neb., Women's Track & Field (1st Team, Outdoor Pole Vault)
  • Adam Wolkins, Junior, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, Canada, Men's Track & Field (1st Team, Javelin)


Lincoln - Husker student-athletes produced another stellar year at the University of Nebraska, continuing NU's tradition of academic success. Nebraska increased its nation-leading total of CoSIDA Academic All-Americans across all sports to 277 with a Big 12-leading eight honorees in 2009-10, while also setting conference records with 178 academic All-Big 12 selections and 687 selections to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll during the year.

Nebraska's Academic All-America success continues to set the standard for the approximately 1,400 NCAA member institutions. The Husker football team leads all individual sport programs in the nation with 98 all-time Academic All-America awards, while the NU volleyball progam has captured more CoSIDA Academic All-America awards (36) than any other women's team across all sports in the nation. The Husker softball program trails only the volleyball team in its number of CoSIDA Academic All-America awards (27) across all female sports.



The University of Nebraska and FOX Sports Midwest have announced that Nebraska's first two football games of the 2010 season will be available on a pay-per-view basis.

Nebraska's home football games against Western Kentucky (Sept. 4), and Idaho (Sept. 11) will be available on a pay-per-view basis. Big 12 Special Order Sports, FOX Sports Net's pay-per-view division will produce the pay-per-view telecasts and the games will be available on participating cable systems in Nebraska as well as nationally on participating satellite and telco systems.

For the first time Nebraska's pay-per-view contests will be available in high-definition. Suggested retail price for the pay-per-view telecasts is $39.95 and full ordering details will be available in the coming weeks.

Game times for the two contests have also been set. The season opener against Western Kentucky will kick off at 4 p.m. (PDT) under the Memorial Stadium lights. The contest will mark the fifth time in the past six seasons Nebraska has opened the season with a home night game, and the 14th time in program history NU has opened the season under the lights. The following week Nebraska will take on Idaho in an 9:30 a.m. (PDT) contest.

The non-conference home games are being televised on a pay-per-view basis because they were not selected for over-the-air broadcast or cable television coverage. Other Nebraska games, including the Sept. 25 home game against South Dakota State, could possibly be shown on a pay-per-view basis if they are not selected by one of the Big 12's television partners. Those TV choices will be made six to 12 days in advance of kickoff.

In addition to the two pay-per-view contests, Nebraska previously had three games selected to be telecast on ABC and ESPN. Nebraska's game at Washington on Sept. 18 will be televised on ABC with a 12:30 p.m. PDT kickoff from Seattle. NU's Big 12 opener at Kansas State on Thursday, Oct. 7 will be a 4:30 p.m. (PDT) kickoff on ESPN, and the regular-season against Colorado will be televised nationally by ABC with a 12:30 p.m. PST kick.



Outland, Lombardi, Nagurski and Bednarik award winner Ndamukong Suh headlines a distinguished class of eight Huskers who will be joining the Nebraska Football Hall of Fame in 2010. In addition to Suh, a 2009 All-American who became the first defensive player in history to be named the AP National Player of the Year, the 2010 Hall of Fame class includes former Huskers Dan Alexander, Steve Lindquist, Todd Millikan, Ed Periard, Bob Pickens, Carlos Polk and Chris Spachman.

Former Husker Mike Minter, who was voted into the Hall of Fame in 2006 but unable to attend formal induction ceremonies because of his NFL career with the Carolina Panthers, will also be honored. The new class of Nebraska Football Hall of Fame members will be inducted on Friday, Sept. 3, before being honored on the field during Nebraska's game with Western Kentucky at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 4.

From the state college ranks, Doane College's Mike Sallier and Nebraska Wesleyan's Noland Urban will join the former Husker inductees in 2010. The Hall will also recognize former Nebraska Chancellor Clifford Hardin with its Presidents Award, while David and Peggy Sokol will receive its Clarence E. Swanson Meritorious Service Award. Jon and Joyanne Van Bloom will be honored with the Lyell Bremser Special Merit Award.

The Nebraska Football Hall of Fame is sponsored by the Nebraska Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame. The College Football Hall of Fame opened in South Bend, Ind., in 1995.


Nebraska Alumni News...

Send a photo of a custom Nebraska or Huskers themed license plate to along with your our full name, graduation year and current place of residence. Photos will be uploaded to our Facebook page ( on July 19. Vote for the photo you want to win by 'liking' it!

The grand-prize winner will receive two tickets to the NU/Western Kentucky football game in Lincoln Sept. 4.

By Claire Abelbeck, Assistant Director of Online Engagement at Nebraska Alumni Association


Lincoln Votes Yes for New Haymarket Arena; Future Excites Sadler, Yori, Boehm

The two future anchor tenants for the new Lincoln Haymarket Arena Project that won 56 percent public approval Tuesday in a citywide vote are excited about more than playing basketball in a facility that should be built by fall in 2013.

Results are unofficial, but voter turnout for Lancaster County was high for a primary election that focused heavily on the $344 million Haymarket development project.

"I look at this vote as a much more significant matter than something that will just benefit our basketball programs," Nebraska Men's Head Basketball Coach Doc Sadler said Tuesday. "Yes, it will benefit the University of Nebraska, but it will also benefit the city of Lincoln and the people who enjoy other activities besides basketball. Plus, it will put people to work, so they can get everything built."

Nebraska Women's Head Basketball Coach Connie Yori said she hopes a new Haymarket Arena will change the complexion of downtown Lincoln just as dramatically as the Qwest Center changed downtown Omaha.

"We think it's going to make our downtown more progressive and provide a great venue to spend an evening - not just for young people, but for everyone," Yori said. "It will completely change the landscape of downtown Lincoln and bring not just a better basketball experience to fans, but all kinds of other entertainment that we haven't had here in a long time."

Yori remembers when she was a college student living in Omaha and made the trek to Lincoln to see Bruce Springsteen for one concert and Elton John for another. "That was back in the early to mid-1980s, and I haven't been back to a concert since at the Devaney," said Yori, the 2010 National College Women's Basketball Coach of the Year.

Marc Boehm, Nebraska's Executive Associate Athletic Director who oversees both of Nebraska's basketball programs, agrees with Sadler and Yori that Tuesday's outcome was a vote for Lincoln's future as much as anything else.

"If you look around the country and especially if you look in the Big 12 Conference and the arenas we have to compete against, this vote puts us into a category that will enhance our basketball program and help us compete at a high level," Boehm said.

"But the Haymarket vote is much more than just an arena that will help our basketball program," Boehm said. "It's also something that will be significant for the city and for the state. As a father of three boys, I can tell you that it will be great for our young family to attend ice shows, concerts and all the other arena events that can produce lifetime memories."

The Haymarket Arena was the linchpin of Tuesday's vote. The new 16,000-seat arena will be built in the city's West Haymarket Area. The project also includes an ice center, a 200-room hotel, 100,000 square feet of retail space, another 100,000 square feet of office space and 100 residential units.

In addition, 2,340 parking stalls will be added, increasing the total to 7,100 parking stalls within walking distance of an arena intended to become the city's primary public gathering place.

"I think the city stepped forward today in a very positive fashion," Boehm said. "You will see opportunity now for Lincoln that you've never seen before. There will be significant economic growth and the creation of an estimated 1,200 permanent jobs. It's going to be exciting for everyone that lives in this city, surrounding region and the entire state to see new retail shops and hotels go up in the area."

When Yori looks at where downtown Omaha was just 10 years ago and compares it to where it is now, "it's completely different," she said. "That created some exciting times for Omaha, and we hope the arena can do the same thing for us."

Sadler agrees. "With the way people came out and voted, I think they're excited, and that creates excitement for the whole city," he said. "It will have a tremendous effect for members of this community over the next 15 or 20 years."

While indicating that basketball was a small part of the overall project, "The new arena can put us at the top of the Big 12, and along with our new practice facility, it's going to put us in elite company throughout the country," Sadler said.

"No one is going to be able to say that people don't really care about basketball at Nebraska," Sadler said. "The people of Lincoln care, and the administration at the University of Nebraska has definitely shown a strong commitment to a competitive facility and a competitive team."

Yori said the new facility will attract higher quality entertainment and help young people revitalize the community. She said watching a fly-through of a proposed new facility takes on new meaning because it shows something you're going to get rather than something you'd like to have.

"Whether it be good or bad, young people today want the new, the up-to-date facility and whatever the newest, latest thing is," Yori said. "Naturally, it's going to play into the recruiting process. We expect prospective student-athletes will be excited about playing in a new arena and want to come here.

"But it's much more than just a recruiting tool," Yori added. "When you combine a new facility with our great fans, it's a great opportunity for men's and women's basketball to continue to grow because everything can be better - from the parking to the atmosphere to the overall fan experience. This was a vote for the future of Lincoln, and I think we all appreciate the confidence a vote like this creates."



Lincoln - One of the most decorated baseball players in program history returns to Nebraska in a new role, as Darin Erstad has been named an assistant coach for the Husker baseball team, Head Coach Mike Anderson announced Thursday. A two-time Major League All-Star and three-time Gold Glove winner, Erstad will serve as the Huskers' hitting coach.

Erstad said the opportunity to begin his coaching career at the program he starred at was an easy choice.

"I didn't expect this opportunity to be here this soon, but when Mike (Anderson) asked me to come on board, it is a chance of a lifetime as a coach, and I didn't want to pass it up," Erstad said. "Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be part of the university in a coaching role. It is a great opportunity to help some young kids develop for the rest of their lives."

"My philosophy is to lay it on the line every day, every time you are on the field," Erstad said. "There is a couple of ways to play the game, but there is only one right way to play the game of baseball, and that is to play hard, respect the game, and respect your opponent. It is game-on from the time you step on that field, and that is the way it should be in life and on the field."

Anderson said that Erstad's work ethic, communication skills and team-first mentality make him an ideal addition to the Husker coaching staff.

While his success in the Major Leagues will be the first thing that people notice, his wealth and depth of knowledge may be his strongest asset," Anderson said. "You have to be a great communicator, and Darin is that. He has the ability to take the experiences he has and transfer that knowledge to our players to help them reach their potential. He understands that the most important role in coaching is to be able to serve others, and the values he has match with our program's philosophy."

Erstad wrapped up a 14-year Major League career in the fall of 2009, after playing for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (1996-06), Chicago White Sox (2007) and Houston Astros (2008-09). During his career, he helped the Angels to a World Series title in 2002 and two other American League playoff appearances. Erstad appeared in 1,654 games, and was a career .282 hitter with 124 homers and 699 RBIs. He was at his best in the postseason, hitting .339 in 29 career playoff games, including a .352 clip in 2002 to lead the Angels to their only World Series win.


September 18th, 2010
Two night travel program for California Husker Alumni. Friday, Sept. 17th to Sunday, Sept. 19th


  • Group airfare from Sacramento or San Francisco to Seattle
  • Transfers from Seattle/Tacoma International Airport to the hotel
  • Accommodations at the 4-stay Hyatt Regency Bellevue, team headquarters
  • Game day transportation by boat (appetizers and no-host bar) to the game with Lake Union sightseeing
  • Game Tickets
  • On-site services of Northwest Travel personnel
  • Optional events in and around Seattle, including the Mariners at Safeco Field
  • Prices are set at $735 per person, based on double share, or $885 for single accommodations
Game tickets are NOT available through Northwest Travel without the accommodation package

Credit for airfare and hotel transfer is $220 per person if you opt to make your own arrangements

The Hyatt Regency is located on the eastside of Lake Washington in the city of Bellevue, King County’s second largest city. The Hyatt is part of a complex that contains Bellevue Square, with a wide selection of shops and restaurants all within walking distance.

Game day will be a unique experience for Husker fans as they board a boat for a tour of Lake Washington and Lake Union before arriving at the dock adjacent to Husky Stadium. An early arrival at the site provides for time to tour the Washington tailgate venues, tour the campus, or attend the pre-game party event at The Zone, located in the east end zone of the stadium. The Zone offers food, beverages, merchandise, and live entertainment. Following the game, fans will board motor coaches for a short drive to the hotel.

Game time is not likely to be set until about 2 weeks prior to kickoff. The start time may be set earlier if this game is picked up early by a network. Travelers will be notified via email when schedule updates are available.

Blocked air space is on Alaska Airlines from Sacramento and San Francisco. The departure time from these airports is at approximately noon, with an arrival in Seattle at approximately 2:00pm. Ground transportation will meet these flights for the 30 minute drive to the hotel. Return flight times are late afternoon from Seattle at approximately 3pm, with an arrival in Northern California at approximately 5pm. Please indicate your origination city when you make your reservations. Return transportation from the hotel to the airport will depart the hotel about 2.5 hours prior to flight times.

For reservations, a non-refundable deposit of $250 per person is required to hold your reservation. Balance of payment is due July 15th, 2010. For reservations, the following information is required:

  • Legal Name (as it appears on government issued ID such as your drivers’ license)
  • Mailing address
  • Daytime phone contact
  • Email contact
  • Air schedules. If you are using the air seats I have blocked, please advise as to your origin city (SMF or SFO), your seat preference, an Alaska Airlines mileage number (if you have one).
  • Form of payment. You may pay by check, Visa, or Mastercard. There is a reduction of $25 per person for deposit (asap) and final payment (6/15/10) by check in lieu of credit card.
  • Reference to other parties (for game seating purposes)
For reservations, register online at, send an email to or call the office at 425 313 1691. Given the limited number of phone lines, it is MUCH easier to reach me by email. If you would like to register via email, provide the information outlined above. I will contact you via email with a confirmation.

Northwest Travel Service - 4271 257th Place Southeast, Issaquah, WA 98029.

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