For the second time in three days the Nebraska baseball team (1-4, 0-0 Big Ten) was unable to upset the No. 8 Oregon State Beavers (6-1, 0-0 Pac-12) at Surprise Stadium. The Beavers held on for a 5-2 win on Saturday night after posting a 10-1 win on Thursday afternoon. Nebraska was only outhit by one on the day, 10-9, but were get its hits early in innings. The Huskers were in search of two-out hits all game and left 10 men on base. Sophomores Angelo Altavilla and Jesse Wilkening, and junior Scott Schreiber all had a pair of hits, including a double from Wilkening. Mojo Hagge and Brison Cronenbold also notched doubles.
The Nebraska softball team snapped a season-opening 10-game losing streak with a 4-1 upset of 20th-ranked Missouri Saturday night at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic.
A pair of two-out runs were the difference for the Nebraska softball team on Saturday in a 2-0 loss to California in the first of two games for the Huskers at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic.
Nebraska junior Cody Walton won the heptathlon title at the Big Ten Track & Field Indoor Championships at the SPIRE Institute on Saturday.
Huskers Take Second at GARC
The Nebraska Huskers played and won against UMKC at home this weekend.
The Nebraska soccer team played its first of five games this spring, and managed a 2-0 victory over South Dakota State at the Hawks Championship Center on Saturday afternoon.
The Nebraska men’s basketball team looks to regain its winning ways Sunday evening, as the Huskers host Illinois in a crucial Big Ten matchup.
The top-ranked Nebraska bowling team went 5-0 in five traditional matches on Saturday to clinch its fourth tournament title of the season, winning the Central Missouri Mid-America Invitational with a total pinfall of 10,450 over two days of competition at KC Bowl in Kansas City, Kan.
Sophomore Angelo Altavilla went 4-for-4 with three doubles and four RBIs, but it came in a losing effort as the Nebraska baseball team (1-3, 0-0 Big Ten) lost to the defending Pac-12 champion Utah Utes (4-1, 0-0 Pac-12) by a score 7-5 on Friday night at Surprise Stadium.
Aleks Maric, now 32-years-old, is 6-foot-11 and weighs 275 pounds, the same height and weight he was 11 years ago when Nebraska’s first-team All-Big 12 center left Lincoln.