Former Nebraska Cornhuskers volleyball star Laura Pilakowski has gone from college player to pro coach as she takes over the Omaha Supernovas.
Former Nebraska Cornhuskers star is taking the next step in her career progression. Nebraska’s major league professional volleyball team in the newly-established Professional Volleyball Federation (PVF), the Omaha Supernovas, has their Head Strength and Conditioning Coach coach.
Laura Pilakowski Buttermore, a member of the last Nebraska Cornhuskers volleyball team that won a national championship, is now going to be trying to win titles on the next level. And she’ll be trying to show professional players the way to build up their bodies to get there.
“I’m tremendously excited to take on this role with the Supernovas. Being part of such a historic, momentous change in women’s sports is an honor and I look forward to working with the players to bring world championship-level volleyball to Nebraska,” Buttermore said.
It’s going to be interesting to see what the Supernovas do in the very near future.
Nebraska Cornhuskers baseball gets a transfer
Luke Broderick, a sophomore from Iowa Western Community College, announced on Thursday that he is going to be transferring to the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
He’ll join teammate Tyler Stone as the two transfers from Iowa Western to Nebraska for the upcoming baseball season.
Will Bolt has been hard at work building his baseball team, and the Omaha pitcher is the latest addition.
Soccer team wins again
The Huskers won in big fashion thanks in large part to Eleanor Dale.
Jordan Larson talks to Adam Carriker
Jordan Larson is back with the Nebraska Cornhuskers as an assistant coach and while she’s working to impart wisdom to the Huskers, she’s also recently sat down and talked to another Husker great.
You can check out what Larson has to say in the video above.