Junior goalkeeper Lauren Fox spent most of her time in the early part of the season waiting on the bench to take her spot in net for the second half of UNO's games.
But against Truman on Sept. 12, Fox started the match in net and played all 90 minutes. She had seven saves while only allowing one goal.
Head coach Don Klosterman kept Fox in the starting lineup for the next two games, and Fox responded to the task by serving back-to-back shutouts and earning the MIAA's Defensive Player of the Week honors.
On Sept. 17, Fox shut out Central Missouri and two days later held Missouri Southern scoreless. She had nine total saves in both games.
Fox did allow one goal during Saturday's 1-0 loss against Truman, but that doesn't change the fact that she's awesome.
Huskers celebrate 300 consecutive sellouts
It was a glorious day on Saturday in the third largest city in Nebraska (on game days).
The Nebraska Cornhuskers celebrated the 300th consecutive sellout of Memorial Stadium with pictures, team reunions and a 55-0 destruction of Louisiana-Lafayette.
Members of the 1962 team, the year that started the streak, were on hand, as was Dan Whitney aka Larry the Cable Guy.
The team also wore sweet throwback jerseys to commemorate the 1962 team, as modeled by Ndamukong Suh and Roy Helu below: