Nebraska Women’s Volleyball Sets World Record in Attendance, Check Out The Team

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA - AUGUST 30: A crowd of 92,003 people gather for the game between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Omaha Mavericks during Nebraska Volleyball Day at Memorial Stadium on August 30, 2023 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Tyler Schank/NCAA Photos via Getty Images)

“Volleyball Day” in Lincoln, Nebraska, made history as the Nebraska Cornhuskers faced off against the Omaha Mavericks in a volleyball match that had 92,003 spectators at the Cornhuskers’ Memorial Stadium. The turnout not only set a new NCAA record for women’s volleyball attendance but also was the national and world attendance record for ANY women’s sporting event.

The Nebraska team proudly announced this achievement on social media, proclaiming that the “WORLD RECORD for a Women’s Sporting Event lives in Lincoln,” and emphasized, “There is NO place like Nebraska.”

The head coach of the Huskers, John Cook, walking out like he was about to play in the College Football National Championship is something that dreams are made of. I can only imagine how proud her was that the school was able to pull this off for his team.

The game took place inside Memorial Stadium, which normally hosts the Cornhuskers’ football games. The stadium’s listed capacity is 85,458, but it demonstrated its ability to hold over 90,000 spectators during this exceptional in-state volleyball matchup. I don’t even think Nebraska football could sell out after their loss to Minnesota last night.

Besides having a really successful team and now holding the record for attendance, Nebraska volleyball has some girls on the team who are very easy on the eyes.

Written by TFM Stelly

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