Huskers on TV and Radio
Live Audio for Nebraska Women's Basketball
All of Nebraska's games during the 2018-19 season can be heard live, free of charge on Huskers.com. Fans can find the live audio events on Huskers.com here.
Nearly every game will also be carried on the Husker Sports Network (unless a conflict exists with Nebraska football), throughout the season. Flagship stations B107.3 FM in Lincoln and ESPN 590 AM KXSP/CD 105.9 FM KKCD in Omaha lead a radio network of more than 20 stations that is one of the most extensive in the nation. The widespread affiliate listing of the Husker Sports Network reaches to all corners of the state of Nebraska, while also reaching into Colorado, Kansas, South Dakota, Iowa and beyond thanks to 50,000-watt station KRVN (880 AM) in Lexington, which will broadcast an extensive schedule of games this season.
A full list of Husker Sports Network affiliates for Nebraska women's basketball can be found here.
Matt Coatney and Jeff Griesch team up for their 18th season together calling all of the action of Nebraska women's basketball on the Husker Sports Network. The audio archives of every game are also set to appear free of charge on Huskers.com here.
Nebraska Women's Basketball Radio Show with Coach Amy Williams
Nebraska Coach Amy Williams will join host Matt Coatney throughout the season on the Nebraska Women's Basketball Radio Show throughout the season. With five shows during the non-conference season and 10 more during Big Ten, fans will be kept up-to-date with the Husker program.
All shows can be heard across the Husker Sports Network and on Huskers.com.
CLICK HERE for a full schedule of 2018-19 show dates and times.
Nebraska Women's Basketball on BTN
This season, the Huskers will have at least 10 games televised live nationally by the Big Ten Network (BTN). All of Nebraska's games televised by BTN can also be at BTN2Go.com or via the BTN2Go app. The Huskers will have at least 11 additional games streamed via BTN Plus (subscription required). The Huskers will also have road video streams at Washington State (WSU live stream), at Miami (ACC Network +), at Arkansas (SEC Network +).
Within the last five seasons, Nebraska has appeared on CBS, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1 and the Pac-12 Networks.
Check for updated information on the Nebraska women's basketball schedule page on Huskers.com.
Nebraska's Big Ten Network Regular-Season Schedule
(all times listed as Central)
- Friday, Dec. 28 (6 p.m.) - vs. Michigan - Pinnacle Bank Arena
- Monday, Dec. 31 (Noon) - at Ohio State - Columbus, Ohio
- Sunday, Jan. 13 (2 p.m.) - Rutgers - Pinnacle Bank Arena
- Thursday, Jan. 31 (7 p.m.) - at Purdue - West Lafayette, Ind.
- Thursday, Feb. 7 (6 p.m.) - at Michigan - Ann Arbor, Mich.
- Thursday, Feb. 14 (7 p.m.) - at Maryland - College Park, Md.
- Sunday, Feb. 17 (3 p.m.) - Michigan State - Pinnacle Bank Arena
- Monday, Feb. 25 (7:30 p.m.) - Iowa - Pinnacle Bank Arena
- Saturday, March 2 (2 p.m.) - at Penn State - University Park, Pa.
- Big Ten Tournament - every game in the first through semifinal rounds will be televised by BTN
BTN2Go is a free service to cable or satellite subscribers who already have the Big Ten Network through their television package at home. The service allows fans to watch the game on their computers, mobile device or tablet. They just need to login with their cable or satellite subscription credentials.
All of Nebraska's non-BTN-televised conference games will be available across multiple platforms to subscribers of BTN Plus. All of Nebraska's home non-conference games also will be streamed through BTN Plus. For more information about BTN Plus, please go here.
Nebraska Women's Basketball on ESPN2
The Huskers will play one regular-season game on ESPN2 in 2018-19. In addition, the Big Ten Tournament Championship Game also will be televised live by ESPN2 on Sunday, March 10.
- Sunday, Jan. 20 (5 p.m.) - vs. Minnesota - Pinnacle Bank Arena
- Sunday, March 10 (5 p.m.) - Big Ten Championship Game - Indianapolis, Ind.
ESPN and ESPN2 are homes of the 2019 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament, including the 2019 NCAA Women's Basketball Selection Show on Monday, March 18.