Manning, Jensen, Hunter and Bradley react to the first official day of practice.


Monday, October 10th marked the first official practice for all NCAA programs. The Huskers, Lopers, Eagles and Prairie Wolves all took the mat to start their journey toward individual and team NCAA titles.

We caught up with head coaches from around Nebraska.

“The team looked great across the board. Our senior leadership has set the tone for the incoming freshmen, and the young guys are responding very well.”
-Mark Manning, Head Coach
University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Division I)

“This is an exciting time of the year for our young men as well as for our coaching staff. It gives us the opportunity to see all the summer and preseason work they have put in and continue to prepare them for the season ahead.”
Dalton Jensen, Head Coach
University of Nebraska-Kearney (Division II)

“Consistency is key when it comes to building a great program! We had a good day today, tomorrow we need another good day! The guys were excited and it definitely showed today.”
Brett Hunter, Head Coach
Chadron State University (Division II)

“The journey started yesterday. Our guys got one step closer to their dreams.”
-Brandon Bradley, Head Coach
Nebraska Wesleyan University (Division III)

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