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  • Dorn and Herr save the day

    Stillwater, OK - The Huskers had given up 46 runs in the last 29 innings. They’d lost the last 4 games by a combined 30 runs. They deseperately needed something, a spark, someone to step up and say, “Enough is enough”. Tonight, Johnny Dorn was that guy as the Huskers topped the Wildcats...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 05-23-2008
  • Huskers sweep doubleheader with dramatic comebacks

    Lincoln, NE - Game 1 - The game was over. The Huskers (38-9-1, 17-6-1) were down 8-4, they hadn’t had a hit in 4 innings, they were playing the league leading Texas A&M Aggies (42-10, 19-5) who had won 16 consecutive Big XII games, the bottom half of the lineup was due up. The Aggies were going...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 05-13-2008
  • Huskers drop 16-inning marathon

    Lincoln, NE - Both the #9 Aggies and the #5 Huskers (36-9-1, 15-6-1) came into tonight’s game undefeated in extra inning games. Texas A&M has had a magical run of 15 straight conference wins, 9 of which were come from behind including a 6-run comeback in the bottom of the 9th a few weeks ago...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 05-10-2008
  • Huskers comeback twice to take twinbill

    Lincoln, NE - The Huskers (36-8-1, 15-5-1) took two games from Louisiana-Lafayette winning 4-3 in both games.  The wins mark the 4th consecutive victory for the Huskers and is the 250th victory for Head Coach Mike Anderson.  Game 1 - The first game was a continuation of a unfortunate pattern, Johnny...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 05-04-2008
  • Huskers take first of two

    Lincoln, NE - The Huskers (29-7-1, 13-4-1) couldn’t get much going against Creighton starter Greg Hellhake. They managed just 4 hits and 0 runs in his 5 innings. When Creighton went to the bullpen in the 6th, the Huskers took advantage and scored all their runs in a 4-3 victory in that frame. Jake...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 04-22-2008
  • Huskers fall short in finale

    Lincoln, NE - The Husker baseball team (28-7-1, 13-4-1) fell short 6-3 on Sunday as they tried to complete the sweep against the Kansas Jayhawks. The Husker bats were silenced all day long by Omaha Skutt graduate TJ Walz. Walz, perhaps a little upset he wasn’t able to play for Nebraska, proved...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 04-20-2008
  • Mitch Abeita slams Huskers to victory

    Lincoln, NE - Senior catcher Mitch Abeita hit one home run all last year.  Today Abeita hit his 7th home run of the year, a grand slam in the 4th inning that gave the Huskers (28-6-1, 13-3-1) a 4-2 lead.  The 8-6 win over the Jayhawks gave Nebraska the series win, their 5th Big XII [...]
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 04-19-2008
  • Huskers win back and forth opener

    Lincoln, NE - The Husker baseball team (27-6-1, 12-3-1)  took a close one from the Kansas Jayhawks in a back-and-forth seasaw battle 7 - 6.  The contest was not your typical Friday night pitchers duel as neither pitcher was overwhelmingly sharp.  Johnny Dorn took the start and got the win, but not in...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 04-18-2008
  • Bird & Herr carry Huskers

    Lincoln, NE - In their freshman years, Erik Bird and Zach Herr were one of the best bullpen combinations in the country.    The two combined for a 2.14 ERA, giving up just 5 earned runs over 21 innings pitched on the year.  Tonight was something of a flashback as the two combined for a complete [......
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 04-15-2008
  • Huskers fight back, avoid sweep

    Stillwater, OK - The Husker (25-6-1, 11-3-1) baseball team bounced back in impressive fashion today, taking the last game from the Oklahoma State Cowboys 14-5.  Craig Corriston and Nick Sullivan combined for 7 RBIs and Bryce Nimmo reached 5 of 6 times today from the leadoff spot for the first time thies...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 04-13-2008
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