Nebraska volleyball national champions after topping Florida in NCAA Final

Nebraska volleyball

Nebraska women’s volleyball is national champions.

The No. 5 seed Cornhuskers topped No. 2 Florida on Saturday night in the NCAA Tournament final in 4 sets to win the national championship.

They won the deciding set 25-16 in set 4.

Mikaela Foecke led the way with 20 kills while Lauren Stivrins followed with 9. For the Gators, Carli Snyder and Shainah Joseph both had 11 kills but the team had 9 service errors to the Huskers’ 8.

In the first set, the Huskers won 25-22 over Florida. In the second set, the Huskers were even more dominant winning 25-17. Florida was able to get on the board in the third set, winning 25-18. However, Nebraska answered in the fourth set with a definitive 25-16 win.

The Huskers are national champions once again, having won the title in 2015. This is also coach John Cook’s fourth national title since taking over in 2000.

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