The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 10, 1993, Page 8, Image 8

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Colorado 8-1 20-1
Oklahoma State 8-1 20-3
Nebraska 6-3 16-5
Missouri 5-4 15-5
Kansas 5-4 12-7
Oklahoma 3-6 9-11
Iowa State 1-8 2-19
Kansas State 0-9 8-12
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Kansas St. at Nebraska
Kansas at Iowa St.
Missouri at Colorado
Kansas at Nebraska
Kansas St. at Iowa St.
Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma
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Big Eight
Continued from Page 7
Oklahoma Slate has rebounded
from a 11-17 record last year and a
seventh-place finish in the Big Eight.
This year the Cowgirls, who are
coming off a 64-58 win over Ne
braska on Sunday, are ranked No. 20
and sport a 20-3 overall record.
Easley said that winning the rest of
their games would be a tough task to
We’ve got Colorado at home, and
we re playing al Oklahoma, where
it’s always tough because it’s an inter
state rivalry,” he said. “We’ve got
some scary games coming upfc”
Berry echoed that sentiment.
“We still have Oklahoma State
and Nebraska,” Berry said. “But it
really doesn ’ t matter who you ’ re play
ing.” .
Berry said her team was going to
take it one game at a time.
“Our next game is against Mis
souri,” she said. “If we lose against
Missouri, the rest of the games won’t
Karen Jennings named
Player of the Week
From Staff Reports
Nebraska senior Karen Jennings
was named the Big Eight’s Player of
the Week for her record-setting play
in two Comhusker wins last week.
Jennings, a 6-foot-2 center from
Persia, Iowa, scored 86 points and
grabbed 37 rebounds in Nebraska vic
tories over Southwest Missouri Slate
and Oklahoma and a Sunday loss at
No. 21 Oklahoma State.
She became the all-time Nebraska
women’s leading scorer midway
through the game against Southwest
Missouri State. Against Oklahoma,
she passed Dave Hoppcn to become
Nebraska’s all-time scoring leader ia
men’s and women’s basketball.
Jennings now has 2,210 points in
her career.
Nebraska dropped one spot to No.
23 in the Associated Press poll re
leased Monday. Other ranked Big
Eight teams include Oklahoma Slate,
ranked No. 21, and Colorado, ranked
No. 4.
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Nebraska’s Erick Strickland drives past Kansas’ Patrick Richey Sunday. The Huskers will play
this Saturday at Kansas State.
Continued from Page 7
“I think there will be five or six —
I don’t see how you take four,’’ Nee
said. “It’s just depending on how the
(Big Eight) tournament goes and how
things unfold at the end.”
As for the Huskers and their strive
for the postseason, Nee said Nebraska
will need contributions similar to that
of forward Terrance Badgett on Sun
day. •
The redshirt freshman from Omaha
had 11 points against the Jayhawks,
but his biggest basket came when he
had a steal and dunk in the final
seconds of the game to secure the
Husker upset over Kansas.
Nee said he’s hoping Badgelt’s
play was a taste of what to expect in
future games.
“Terrance has been a really pleas
ant surprise to the fans and the news
that since Terrance Badgeu joined the
program, he’s worked every year, got
himself strong in his redshirt year,
he’s worked hard in practice and then
he earned a starting position — he’s
an ultimate team player.
“But nothing that he did he’s not
capable of doing on a regular basis,”
Nee said.
“1 think you’re going to see that
over the next few years.”
Tennis season begins Saturday
beverai seniors
return to lineup
By Derek Samson
Staff Reporter
When the Nebraska women’s ten
nis team opens Saturday w ilh a double
header, Cornhuskcr coach Scott
Jacobson is hoping it will be the be
ginning of a solid season.
The Cornhuskcrs will play
Creighton at 10 a.m. and then face
Northern Illinois at 3 p.m. at Woods
Tennis Center.
Jacobson said he was looking for
improvement from his veteran team
this season.
Our goal is to finish in the top hal f
of the conference,” Jacobson said. “I
believe that is realistic for this team.”
The Huskers arc not lacking expe
rience, returning four experienced
seniors along with three sophomores
and a freshman.
Nebraska returns seniors Tina
Coutretsis, Ann Flannery, Zarina
Gal van and He id i J un i us to anc hor the
“We have... seniors who all have
considcrablecxpcricnccon the court,”
Jacobson said. “Their presence will
be important for us this season.”
Jacobson, whose team finished fifth
in the Big Eight last season with a 3
4 record, knows what it will take for
the Huskcrs lo finish in that upper half
of the conference.
“We will also need consistency
and 100 percent effort,” he said. “An
other important clement for us is how
we compete in the lower positions. If
we are able to get some wins in the
lower brackets, we will be on the right
Galvin will be playing in the No. 1
singles spot while Flannery will play
No. 2. Sophomore Fraukc Hachtmann
will be No. 3 and Junius will be play
ing No. 4.
The final two spots w i 11 be fi I led by
sophomore Jane Startin and Coutrctsis,
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