Nebraska volleyball is some of the best in the country, and Wednesday provided another thrilling match between the Cornhuskers and Creighton.

That top-25 matchup went to 5 sets, but the bigger story of the evening was a record-breaking crowd in attendance in Omaha. The number of attendees for the big match checked in at 15,797, the largest attended regular-season match in NCAA history.

Amazingly, the 13 most-attended regular season matches in history have one common thread. The Huskers have been involved in each match.

Here’s a glimpse at the scene from Wednesday night:

As for the match, Nebraska built a 2-0 lead and came close to sweeping the match 3-0 before dropping the third set, 27-25. Creighton battled back to even the match and send it to a decisive 5th set.

The Huskers eventually took over in the 5th set and clinched the match with a 15-9 win. Whitney Lauenstein was named the Big-Time Performer of the match with a career-best 25 kills in the win.