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  • 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 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
  • 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
  • Huskers suffer worst loss of the season

    Stillwater, OK - For the first time since the season opener, the Husker pitching staff showed that they are in fact, human.  The Huskers (24-6-1, 10-3-1) were taken to task by the Oklahoma State Cowboys on their home turf 19-2.  The Husker bats have yet to come alive in this series as they were held...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 04-13-2008
  • Husker Baseball at Iowa Cancelled

    The Huser baseball game versus the Iowa Hawkeyes has been cancelled due to inclimate weather and will not be made up. This is the second game this year cancelled because of th weather. The first was the fourth and final game in Palo Alto versus Stanford. Post from: Nebraska Football Husker Baseball...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 04-08-2008
  • Huskers suffer first Big XII Loss

    Austin, TX - The Texas Longhorns (18-7, 5-4) finally had enough of the Husker pitching. The Longhorns came into the series with one of the best offenses in the country and until today, the Husker pitching had shut them down, allowing just 4 runs on 9 hits in the first two contests and 0 runs [...]
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 03-30-2008
  • Husker bats come alive; Jennings sharp

    Lincoln, NE - The Husker bats came alive for a big 6-run 3rd inning which was way more than Husker starter Dan Jennings who went 6 innings and gave up just 3 hits for his 3rd win of the year 10-0.  Cody Neer powered the Huskers with a 2 for 4 day and 3 RBIs while [...]
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 03-25-2008
  • Jennings spoils Van Horn’s return; Huskers win 14th straight

    Lincoln, NE - The Huskers (15-2) and Junior lefty Dan Jennings put a damper on former Nebraska Head Coach Dave Van Horn’s first return to Lincoln with a 6-1 victory. Coach Van Horn of course returns to Lincoln as the head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks. The complete game by Jennings was the first...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 03-18-2008
  • Freshman deliver in amazing comeback for 13th straight

    Manhattan, KS -Three freshman, David Stewart, Dan Johnston, and Mike Nesseth came through in a big way for the Huskers (14-2, 3-0) to complete the three game sweep of the Kansas State Wildcats (7-10, 0-3) 5-3 in the Sunday afternoon finale.  The win was the 13th in a row for the Huskers, the longest...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 03-17-2008
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