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Nebraska vs. Alabama A&M

Nebraska's Kristian Hudson (11) puts up a shot over Alabama A&M's Dariauna Lewis (21) as NU's Ashtyn Veerbeek (13) and Alabama A&M's Tierra Dark watch in the first half of the Huskers' 68-46 win Wednesday at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Nebraska (1-0)

Nebraska WBB

Player Height Year Points per game Rebounds per game
G) Hannah Whitish 5-9 Senior 12.0 3.0
G) Sam Haiby 5-9 Sophomore 8.0 0.0
G) Nicea Eliely 6-1 Senior 4.0 3.0
F) Ashtyn Veerbeek 6-2 Sophomore 10.0 6.0
C) Kate Caion 6-5 Junior 10.0 7.0

Missouri (1-0)

Player; Ht.; Yr.; PPG; RPG

USC WBB

Player Height Year Points per game Rebounds per game
G) Endyia Rogers 5-7 Freshman 12.4 4.6
G) Desiree Caldwell 5-8 Sophomore 9.8 3.0
G) Aliyah Jeune 6-1 Senior 10.8 4.5
F) Alissa Pili 6-0 Freshman 10.0 6.2
C) Angel Jackson 6-5 Freshman 6.2 6.0

Time: 2 p.m.

Scouting: Missouri's top returning scorer is senior guard Amber Smith, who averaged 12.4 points and 6.9 rebounds per game last season. Smith opened this season with a 27-point, 15-rebound game in a 97-89 overtime win against Western Illinois.

Trending: Sunday's game will mark the 73rd all-time meeting between the Huskers and the Tigers. Only three schools — Kansas (83), Kansas State (79) and Iowa State (76) — have played more women's basketball games against Nebraska. Nebraska also played Missouri during Amy Williams’ first year as NU's head coach, with the Huskers losing 55-35.

Forecasting: This would be a really good win for Nebraska, on the road against a team that reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament last season.

— Brent C. Wagner

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