Nebraska’s 25 baseball newcomers discovered something about each other Saturday in their first action against a different opponent: This group of Huskers can be pretty good.
A Nebraska baseball camp two years ago showed Chase Olson how far he had to go as a pitcher. Now he’s officially a future Husker.
"Guys’ names kept popping up," Nebraska baseball coach Will Bolt said. Here's a closer look inside the Huskers' full-court press in the transfer portal this offseason.
Former Husker pitcher Nate Fisher was out of baseball completely, working at a bank in Omaha. Then he got the call. The rest is almost unbelievable. Almost.
Left-handed pitcher Ian Regal of Rochester, Minnesota announced his commitment to the Huskers on Thursday. Regal will have the chance to hit as well following a breakout year.
Twenty-five players will arrive this week including 10 junior-college recruits and six transfers. They outnumber the 21 holdovers ahead of fall practices that will have the feel of open tryouts.
The pitcher who led the state of Texas in strikeouts last spring is coming to Nebraska. JC Gutierrez — formerly a Texas Tech commit for nearly two years — has committed to the Huskers.
A summer packed with baseball successes confirmed to Griffin Everitt what he had long suspected. He and Nebraska have some unfinished business together.
Lincoln East ace Jalen Worthley announced Friday that he is committing to Nebraska baseball.
Senior right-hander Shay Schanaman will stay with the Huskers for a fifth year, he told The World-Herald on Wednesday.
Daniel Young, an outfielder from NJCAA Division III Tyler (Texas) Junior College, committed to Nebraska on Monday. The walk-on from Madisonville, Texas, will arrive as a power/speed prospect.
The MLB draft ended Tuesday with no Huskers selected. It’s the second time in three summers Nebraska didn’t celebrate a draftee after the shortened five-round event in 2020 broke a 27-year streak.
On Wednesday, the Huskers added a super-senior to the mix in Michael Garza, a right-handed pitcher who just completed his senior season as University of the Incarnate Word's No. 1 starter.
Former Nebraska baseball coach Mike Anderson is once again leading a college program. The nine-year Husker skipper is taking the head job at Northern Colorado.
Brinly Christensen had 10 kills to pace the Silver Hawks, who swept Papio in the final on Saturday.
Check out highlights some notable games and top performances from Friday night's action in Nebraska high school football.
Class B No. 1 Bennington extended its winning streak to 18 games with Friday night’s homecoming win over No. 3 Elkhorn at Badger Field.
Westside scored less than a minute into the game following an interception by linebacker Christian Jones and never looked back in a win over Norfolk.
Creighton has widely been pegged as a top-10 team and will field perhaps the most talented squad in program history. Ryan Nembhard is familiar with the level of hype. After all, he's been here before.
No. 5 Clemson wins 51-45, 2-OT thriller over No. 21 Wake Forest
A trip to South Dakota to open the Summit League play netted a pair of five-set losses for defending regular-season champion UNO.
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SEATTLE — Kalen DeBoer said it in passing, a throwaway line with prophetic effects. “I still feel like a huge strength of ours is getting after the quarterback,” UW’s first-year coach mentioned Monday, despite his Huskies producing just seven sacks in their first three games. “We’ll be able to do that as we go through the season, making teams one-dimensional.” Five days later, the Husky pass ...
CORVALLIS, Ore. — The trap was laid, just like it had been many times before. Another USC football team with title potential driving toward destiny, only to take a dangerous detour through the Willamette Valley to Oregon State, where nothing ever seems to go as planned for the Trojans. It’d been a decade since their last defeat here, but the specter of those ill-fated trips still loomed, years ...
NORMAN, Okla. — The Oklahoma football team will benefit from at least one unexpected perk when it leaves the Big 12 for the SEC. It will no longer have to play Kansas State every season. The Wildcats were once again a thorn in the Sooners’ side on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. K-State defeated Oklahoma, 41-34, for a road upset that few of the 84,376 in attendance saw coming. K-State (3-1, 1-0 ...