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Nebraska All-American Kayla Caffey enters transfer portal

HuskerWeatherman

Feral Cat
20 Year Member
I really love your enthusiasm but you need to go back and check the head-to-head matchup between the two schools. :thumbsup:

Yep. That's part of what made Nebraska's regional finals win over Texas in Austin last December even sweeter. Texas had gotten the better of us many more times than not in recent years.

Being in attendance at that huge win over Texas was one of my favorite sporting events attended in my life. I hung around the gym for most of an hour after the match. Interestingly, Kayla Caffey was the most visible and sociable of all of the players in the postgame, chatting with the fans and what appeared to be some family members.

I suppose the Horns can always come back with "hey, we gave you Lexi Sun!" ;)
 

TFrazier

2022 No More Kool-Aid
10 Year Member
So kind of we own them

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weaver75

Special Counsel
5 Year Member
You think Akana, Caffey and Callie out and Horde in is change, see what the volleyball portal is doing at Texas (6 in, 5 out):


“Caffey's transfer caps a busy offseason for the Longhorns. She and libero Zoe Fleck, who earned third-team All-American honors last season, are two of the six transfers who chose to play at Texas. Caffey, Fleck, outside hitter Madisen Skinner (who won a national title at Kentucky), setter Jenna Ewert (Colorado), defensive specialist Keonilei Akana (Nebraska) and middle blocker Bella Bergmark (Cal) will join five freshmen as the team's newcomers.

Texas also added David Hunt to its coaching staff. Legendary volleyball player Jordan Larson will serve as a volunteer assistant coach this season.

Over the past few months, the Longhorns have had to erase some names from their roster, too. All-American middle blocker Brionne Butler graduated, All-American outside hitter Skylar Fields transferred, and All-American setter Jhenna Gabriel retired. Defensive specialists Sydney Petersen (Northern Iowa) and Nalani Iosia (Michigan State), setter Naomi Cabello (North Carolina State) and outside hitter Madison Williams (North Carolina State) also transferred out.”
 

HuskerWeatherman

Feral Cat
20 Year Member
You think Akana, Caffey and Callie out and Horde in is change, see what the volleyball portal is doing at Texas (6 in, 5 out):


“Caffey's transfer caps a busy offseason for the Longhorns. She and libero Zoe Fleck, who earned third-team All-American honors last season, are two of the six transfers who chose to play at Texas. Caffey, Fleck, outside hitter Madisen Skinner (who won a national title at Kentucky), setter Jenna Ewert (Colorado), defensive specialist Keonilei Akana (Nebraska) and middle blocker Bella Bergmark (Cal) will join five freshmen as the team's newcomers.

Texas also added David Hunt to its coaching staff. Legendary volleyball player Jordan Larson will serve as a volunteer assistant coach this season.

Over the past few months, the Longhorns have had to erase some names from their roster, too. All-American middle blocker Brionne Butler graduated, All-American outside hitter Skylar Fields transferred, and All-American setter Jhenna Gabriel retired. Defensive specialists Sydney Petersen (Northern Iowa) and Nalani Iosia (Michigan State), setter Naomi Cabello (North Carolina State) and outside hitter Madison Williams (North Carolina State) also transferred out.”

Yep. It's not just football.

BTW, I like that the Austin paper referred to Jordan Larson as "legendary." :heisman:
 

weaver75

Special Counsel
5 Year Member
Yep. It's not just football.

BTW, I like that the Austin paper referred to Jordan Larson as "legendary." :heisman:
I looked at other rosters like Penn State, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and USC. All are relying on transfers to a huge degree (and all have rosters from 16-19 players while Nebraska only has 14 this year).
 
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