Notes: Papio South products make favorable impression on coach
Freshman Amber Rolfzen, left, gets hugs from Kelsey Robinson and teammates Meghan Haggerty, No. 20, Justine Wong-Orantes, No. 11, and Kelsey Fien, No. 14, after a second-set kill during Saturday’s Red-White scrimmage at the Devaney Center. Rolfzen is one of three Husker newcomers who were standouts at Papillion-La Vista South High School last season.
Posted: Saturday, August 24, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — Coach John Cook said one of the most reassuring parts of Saturday’s scrimmage was seeing the current Huskers respond to the challenge posed by the star-studded alumni team. In Game 2, Amber Rolfzen stuffed Olympian Jordan Larson, bringing one of the night’s louder cheers.
Rolfzen “has the potential to be a great blocker,” Cook said.
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Saturday, August 24, 2013 12:00 am.