Nebraska’s top facilities cover all of its 23 varsity sports, including men’s tennis. In 2013-14, the Huskers enter their eighth season at the Nebraska Tennis Center. The $3 million complex in Northeast Lincoln features 12 outdoor courts and six indoor climate-controlled courts. The NTC provides the Husker men’s and women’s tennis teams some of the finest training facilities in the Big Ten Conference.
The model strength and conditioning program in the nation, Husker Power plays a major role in the continuing success of Nebraska athletics. Nebraska’s strength program was the first in the nation, and with 12 current staff members is now one of the most comprehensive strength and conditioning organizations in the nation.
Nebraska’s strength training facilities have set the standard in collegiate strength training since the early 1970s. The Nebraska strength complex has been one of the most efficient and well-designed weight rooms in the country for nearly four decades.
Program - The Husker Power Strength and Conditioning Program is geared for maximum improvement of performance on the court. Each athlete receives their own individual computerized program each year.
Supervision - The Husker Power staff has eight full-time strength and conditioning specialists and four interns.
Facilities - The Charles and Romona Myers Performance Center in the Osborne Athletic Complex is the finest all-around athletic facility in the nation, providing athletes with all the tools necessary to achieve at the highest level.
On Thursday, July 18, 2013, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved the program statement and budget for Nebraska Athletics to build dedicated, on-campus soccer and tennis practice and competition facilities. The $20.4 million Nebraska Soccer and Tennis Complex will include one outdoor, lighted, full-sized competition field with seating for approximately 2,500 spectators.
A 73,900-square foot support facility is also planned to serve all athletic programs with many amenities including showers and dressing rooms, a satellite sports medicine treatment area as well as spectator restrooms and concession stands.
“This is a dream come true for us to be able to conduct practices and host matches indoors and outdoors on our campus in the near future.," Head Coach Kerry McDermott said. "This will create a better learning environment and will allow for more one-on-one time with our student-athletes. This no doubt will be a huge benefit to Nebraska tennis in the future and we are grateful for this opportunity.”