NU volleyball red/white scrimmage is tonight

For Nebraska volleyball fans, Saturday’s annual Red/White Scrimmage will give Husker volleyball fans a sneak peek at the upcoming season as well as a chance to look back and honor one of the greatest players in program history.
Action commences from the historic NU Coliseum beginning at 7 p.m. with a special retirement ceremony taking place prior to the match. Legendary coach Terry Pettit will be on hand to introduce the sixth Husker player to have her jersey retired.
“When talking to Coach Pettit earlier this year about retiring our next jersey, we thought that this player would be an ideal choice,” Nebraska Coach John Cook said  “She had not only been one of the most dominant players at her position in school history, but also played on the national team following her college career.”
While the jersey retirement – the first by the Huskers since 2004 – will highlight the pre-match festivities, fans will also see a new display highlighting Nebraska’s 62 AVCA All-Americans outside the Coliseum court and will have a chance to see the Huskers’ 2007 Big 12 Championship banner.
Tickets for Saturday’s Red/White Scrimmage are on sale now at and at the NU Ticket Office and will be on sale prior to the scrimmage beginning at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for youth.
Courtesy, NU Media Relations for the story