Huskers Fall to Aztecs, 4-0
|W - M. Moreno (4-1)||7.0||6||0||0||2||7|
|L - O. Ferrell (2-2)||3.0||5||3||3||1||2|
|S - None||0.0||0||0||0||0||0|
Peyton Glatter made her first-career start against San Diego State on Friday.
Cathedral City, Calif. - Despite out hitting San Diego State, the Nebraska softball team (8-3) fell to the Aztecs (7-4) on Friday, 4-0, in its first of two games today.
Olivia Ferrell dropped to 2-2. She pitched 1.0 innings and gave up three runs on five hits. She also had two strikeouts. Lindsey Walljasper pitched 3.0 innings of relief. She gave up one run on no hits and had two strikeouts.
The Husker offense had six hits on the day but could not string together enough to score any runs. Walljasper went 2-for-2 at the plate, while Tristen Edwards, Bri Cassidy, Madi Unzicker and Ferrell each had one hit.
In the third, Ferrell hit a leadoff double and Edwards drew a walk to put two runners on. Another walk from Owen loaded the bases, but SDSU got out of the jam without allowing a run. In the bottom of the inning, SDSU took a 3-0 lead. The Aztecs started the inning with back-to-back hits. A double brought two runs in and another hit scored a third run.
SDSU plated another run in the fifth. A leadoff walk put a runner on and a pair of groundouts moved her to third. She scored on a wild pitch.
The Huskers take on Arizona State at 3:30 CT.