As game time approached and we watched the fans fill the stands we couldn’t help but realize something truly special was happening. 92,003 people. I still pinch myself.
Yet, the most cherished memory is that baseball was the last sport we played together. In that final game, I was the catcher as he pitched. It's a memory etched in my heart forever.
Nothing excites me more than leading a group of young athletes to believe in themselves and accomplish their goals through the course of the season and the forthcoming years.
I was beyond grateful to continue my head coaching career in Lincoln.
My time in college has taught me many things, but above all else, it's presented me with opportunities and experiences to grow both on and off the court.
As a freshman, my world revolved around that crossbar. It took regression and failure for me to see that I'm not defined by the marks I set out to achieve.
At 46, my family is my entire motivation as I continue playing professionally to regain my PGA card and compete against the best golfers in the world.
Being an athletic trainer is my calling, and it's been the pleasure of my life to work with so many different wrestlers through the years that have entrusted me with their care.
Each and every night, when my dad would get home from work, we would all head down to our neighborhood pool.
I had not only found my niche within track and field but, more importantly, had fallen completely in love with the sport.
What happened instead was that I experienced a moment that would, undoubtedly, change the course of my life forever: I discovered a passion for the sport of swimming.
There's an old saying that iron sharpens iron, and that's exactly how I feel each day in practice with my coaches and teammates.
The Magnificent Eight had a profound impact on my life.
What we were able to accomplish as eight black teammates together was something that I've taken with me for the entirety of my career and journey.
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Life is a Gift - By Jaylyn Armstrong
Never Too Late - By Cecelia Ossi
Finding Success in NASCAR - By Graham Stoddard
Husker for Life - By Shay Schanaman
My Puerto Rican Heritage - By Niko Schultz
The Korean War - By John Ingram Sr.
The Championship Season - By Mary Weatherholt
Running the NYC Marathon - By Jeannie Lozowski
Kick for Cash - By Christian Gosselin
My Journey as a Female Journalist at Nebraska - By Chris Anderson
Putting in the Work - By Ridge Lovett
Being a Two-Sport Athlete - By Maggie Mendelson
The Next Level - By Dario Huber
The Athlete Ally Leadership Summit - By Camyl Armendariz
The Sideline Dream - By Sami Hauck
The Journey of Change - By Jeanne Sutherland
My Best Friends - By Jenna Rogers
No Place I’d Rather Be - By Dr. Lawrence Chatters
Four Months - By Thorir Thorbjarnarson
How Nebraska Changed My Life - By Lexi Sun
Healing Mentally - By Dedrick Mills
No Struggle, No Story - By Patrick Cacciatore
Dear Nancy - By Karlee Seevers
Time for a Change - By Sadio Fenner
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The Rise After the Fall - By Taylor Christopulos
Ready for the Return - By Marquel Dismuke
Changing The Narrative - By Derrick Walker
My Gold Medal Journey - By Justine Wong-Orantes