The University of Nebraska Athletic Hall of Fame Plaza honors all 24 Husker Athletic programs and the elite student-athletes and coaches who have continued the tradition of excellence at Nebraska.

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Jordan Larson

Volleyball, 2020

Jordan Larson led Nebraska to an outstanding four-year run on the volleyball court before continuing on to a stellar international career. The Huskers went 127-8 (.941) during Larson's four-year career, winning the Big 12 Conference championship and posting a top-five NCAA finish in each of her four seasons. After an NCAA runner-up finish in her freshman year when she was the regional freshman of the year, Larson was a first-team All-American and the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore. That season, the Huskers won the 2006 NCAA title in Omaha in front of what was then the largest volleyball crowd in NCAA history. After earning third-team All-America honors as Nebraska made a regional final in 2007, Larson was a first-team All-American again in 2008. As a captain that season, Larson helped Nebraska advance to its third NCAA Semifinal in four years, where the Huskers lost a 3-2 thriller to Penn State, handing the Nittany Lions their only two set losses of the entire season. Larson was also the 2008 Big 12 Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year and a second-team Academic All-American. Larson finished her career with 1,600 kills, 1,410 digs and a school-record 186 aces. Following her time as a Husker, Larson represented the United States in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics. She was a silver medalist in 2012 and bronze medalist in 2016, becoming the only Husker volleyball player to be a two-time Olympic medalist. Larson was named USA Volleyball's Indoor Female Player of the Year in both 2015 and 2016. In 2014, she helped Team USA win the gold medal at the world championships, the first-ever major tournament gold medal for the U.S. women's national team. Her No. 10 jersey is retired, and Larson graduated with a degree in communication studies from the University of Nebraska in 2008.


Christine Latham

Soccer, 2015

Christine Latham was a three-time All-American who rewrote the Nebraska soccer record book. One of only two three-time All-Americans in program history, Latham earned All-America accolades in each of her final three seasons. She was the Big 12 Player of the Year in 2000 when Nebraska swept the conference regular-season and tournament titles, then repeated as the league's player of the year in 2001. Latham helped the Huskers to two Big 12 regular-season championships, two conference tournament titles, four NCAA Sweet 16 appearances and one trip to the Elite Eight, matching the best finish in program history. During her decorated career, Latham became Nebraska's all-time leader with 69 goals, 23 game-winning goals, 17 multi-goal games and 167 points. Latham also set Husker records for shots and shots on goal. Internationally, Latham was an active member of the Canadian National Team.  At the 2003 Women's World Cup, she scored three of Canada's 10 goals, as the Canadians finished fourth, the country's best finish. In the professional ranks, Latham was named the 2003 Rookie of the Year in the Women's United Soccer Association, and she also played in the Women's Professional Soccer league. Latham earned a Bachelor of Arts with a major in sociology from the University of Nebraska in 2005.