The Nebraska baseball team (22-15-1, 6-4-1 Big Ten) fell to Minnesota, 5-3, at Siebert Field on Saturday afternoon, evening the weekend series at 1-1.
The Nebraska baseball team (22-14-1, 6-3-1 Big Ten) opened its weekend road trip with a 5-3 win over Minnesota at Siebert Field on Friday night.
After dropping its first conference series of the year last weekend to Iowa, the Nebraska baseball team (21-14-1, 5-3-1 Big Ten) will look to get back on the winning path this weekend when it travels to Minneapolis, Minn., for a three-game series against the defending Big Ten regular-season champion Minnesota Golden Gophers (22-10, 7-2 Big Ten).
Nebraska fell behind early against Creighton and threatened to rally in the sixth inning before ultimately falling to the Bluejays, 5-2, at TD Ameritrade Park on Tuesday night.
After losing consecutive games for the first time in over a month this past weekend, the Nebraska baseball team (21-13-1, 5-3-1 Big Ten) will play four road games this week. The week starts with a midweek trip to TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha on Tuesday night for the second game in a three-game season series against the Creighton Bluejays (14-16, 5-1 Big East). Nebraska then heads to Minneapolis this weekend for three Big Ten Conference games against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Trailing 6-5 with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning the Nebraska baseball team (21-13-1, 5-3-1 Big Ten) scored three runs, with two coming in on a triple by Mojo Hagge. Luis Alvarado closed the door in the ninth, his sixth save of the year, and the Huskers notched a 8-6 win to avoid a sweep by the Iowa Hawkeyes (22-12, 5-4 Big Ten). Nebraska hasn't been swept at home during conference play in 2009, when it was swept three times during Big 12 play by Kansas State, Texas and Missouri.
The Nebraska baseball team (20-13-1, 4-3-1 Big Ten) had the tying run at the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning, but was unable to put together a late rally in a 5-3 loss to the Iowa Hawkeyes (22-11, 5-3 Big Ten) on Saturday night at Hawks Field. The Hawkeyes secured a series win with the victory and have now won 13 of their last 16 games.
The Nebraska baseball team (20-12-1, 4-2-1 Big Ten) lost for just the second time in its last 13 games on Friday night, as the Iowa Hawkeyes (21-11, 4-3 Big Ten) took the series opener, 7-6, in 10 innings. The victory was the Hawkeyes' fifth straight over the Huskers.
The Nebraska baseball team (20-11-1, 4-1-1 Big Ten) will aim to win its seventh straight Big Ten series this weekend when it hosts the Iowa Hawkeyes (20-11, 3-3 Big Ten) for a three-game series. Going back to last season the Huskers have won six straight Big Ten series, with the last loss coming on April 15-17 last season when NU was swept at Michigan.
The Nebraska baseball team (20-11-1, 4-1-1 Big Ten) picked up its 20th win of the year and its 15th win in its last 19 games on Tuesday night with a 6-1 victory over the Kansas State Wildcats (16-16, 1-8 Big 12) at Tointon Family Stadium.
Following a 4-1 week that included a Big Ten series victory over Maryland, the Nebraska baseball team (19-11-1, 4-1-1 Big Ten) heads to Manhattan, Kan., on Tuesday night for a 6:35 p.m. meeting with the Kansas State Wildcats (16-15, 1-8 Big 12).
Senior Ben Miller and junior Jake Hohensee were each instrumental in Nebraska posting a 4-1 record last week, including a series win over Maryland, the preseason pick to win the Big Ten. Monday afternoon the league office announced that Miller was tabbed as the league's player of the week and Hohensee earned pitcher-of-the-week accolades.