Kissinger Closes Husker Playing Career

Photo Courtesy: Scott Bruhn,
Nebraska Communications

Nebraska guard Taylor Kissinger announced the end of her collegiate playing career.

The 6-1 shooter from Minden, Neb., was preparing for her fourth season with the Husker women’s basketball team. She redshirted because of a hip injury as a junior in 2019-20. Kissinger underwent season-ending surgery on Jan. 3, 2020, after appearing in five games with the Big Red during the fall of 2019.

Kissinger faced setbacks during her rehabilitation following surgery, and her participation was limited throughout the summer.

Nebraska Coach Amy Williams said she is looking forward to helping Kissinger continue to develop in the next stage of her career.

Kissinger finished her career with 559 points, 214 rebounds, 78 assists and 36 steals. Her career .404 (122-302) three-point percentage is the best mark in Nebraska women’s basketball history.

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