The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 23, 1990, Page 8, Image 8

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NU’s Walker selected
top defensive player
From Staff Reports_
Nebraska senior defensive tackle
Kenny Walker was named the defen
sive player of the week Monday for
his efforts against Oklahoma State on
Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Ne
braska won 31-3.
Walker had a career-high 12 tack
les, three unassisted, and he was cred
ited with a quarterback hurry. Earlier
last week, he was selected as one of
the 20 finalists for the Outland Tro
Walker won this week’s award in a
split vote over Missouri’s Harry Co
lon, who had 10 tackles, two inter
ceptions and two pass breakups as the
Tigers downed Kansas Stale, 31-10.
Nebraska’s nominee for offensive
player of the week was I-back Leodis
Flowers, but Iowa Slate quarterback
Chris Pedersen received this week’s
Pedersen rushed for 148 yards—a
school record for Iowa State quarter
backs — on 29 carries in the Cy
clones’ upset win at Oklahoma Satur
day. He also threw for 102 yards and
a touchdown.
He engineered the Cyclones’ go
ahead drive by marching 80 yards in
10 plays. He scored the winning touch
down with 35 seconds left in the game.
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Colorado sophomore Tiffany
Jcstadt was named the volleyball
player of the week Monday. Ne
braska plays Colorado at the NU
Coliseum Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
The 6-foot outside hitter pro
pelled the Lady Buffs to straight
game Big Eight sweepson the road
last week over Kansas State and
Kansas. Colorado lost a five-game
match to intrastate rival Colorado
btate earlier in tnc wcck.
Nebraska’s nominee for the
award was senior outside hitter Linda
The Scottsdale, Ariz., native
ignited the Lady Buffs with 53
kills, a .402 hitting percentage, 28
digs, five blocks and two service
aces in those matches.
Colorado is 5-0 in the confer
ence and 12-9 overall.
I NU soccer team ups record to 6-2
I The University oi iNenraska
Lincoln women’s soccer club team
upped its record to 6-2 over the
weekend with victories over the
University of Nebraska at Omaha
and Kansas State.
UNL beat UNO 5-0 Saturday,
and Kansas State 3-1 Sunday at the
East Campus soccer field.
UNL led UNO 4 -0 in first half
with goals by Kim Phillips, Amy
smith, Kristi Hank ana i ricia
McGill. McGill scored the team’s
fifth goal in the second half.
Against Kansas Slate, Halik and
Phillips scored in the first half to
give UNL a 2-1 edge. McGill added
another goal in the second half to
give UNL the 3-1 margin.
The team plays in a tournament
at Colorado Stale on Friday through
roun lup
Men’s Tennis — The team
closed its fall season this weekend
at the Colorado Invitational in
Boulder, coach Kerry McDermott
said_Matthias Mueller went 2-0
in No, 1 singles and 2-1 in No. 1
doubles; Steve Barley finished 3-0
in both No. 3 singles and No. 2
doubles; Andy Auch Moedy filled
in at No. 6 singles and won only
one match, but played very well,
McDerrmot said.. ..McDermott said
Karl Falkland (pulled hamstring)
and Todd Broadcrick (sprained
ankle) missed the event.. ..No team
scoring was kepi in the invitational
that also included Iowa, Colorado
and Oregon.
Women's Swimming — The
women’s swimming and diving
team placed seventh on the Spring
1990 All Academic Team, an
nounced Sept. 24, by the College
Swimming Coaches Association of
America. Nebraska had a combined
3.09 GPA. Notre Dame was first
with a 3.27 GPA. . ..The Huskers
also received the recognition last
fall, with a 2.95 GPA.
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age and kills.
Barsness said playing against
Oklahoma may have been a factor in
her performance.
“I love playing Oklahoma,”
Barsness said. “It’s always a fun match
where there’s that rivalry.”
After silting out last season with a
knee injury, Barsness has compiled a
.297 hitting percentage and has re
corded 81 kills this year in a reserve
Nebraska coach Terry Pettit said
Barsness gives the Huskers stability
and depth.
“Linda is, in many ways, one of
our more consistent players,” Pettit
said. “She doesn’t make many er
Barsness has benefited from a
change in Nebraska’s offense. Cris
Hall has been moved to part-time
middle blocker, opening up another
outside hitter position for Barsness.
The c hange has not on ly been good
personally, but also for the team,
Barsness said.
“I’m happy about the change be
cause it makes our team better,”
Barsness said. ‘‘Cris is doing wonder
ful at middle blocker.”
Along with improved hitting,
Barsness also has improved her serv
ing. Last Tuesday against Kansas Stale,
Barsness rallied Nebraska by serving
the final four points in a 15-13 first
game victory.
Barsness attributes her improve
ment to a serving drill the team uses.
“We end our practices with a
competitive serving drill, and if you
don’t serve well you have to run,”
Barsness said.