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Nebraska softball opens series against Minnesota wit a loss

Nebraska softball opens series against Minnesota wit a loss

Sam McKewon, Evan Bland and Abby Barmore discuss Husker baseball bidding to be a post-season host and how they project at this point. The crew looks at roster additions for Fred Hoiberg and company. Finally they look at Husker spring football developments ahead of an open practice on Saturday.

MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota scored twice in the bottom of the seventh inning for an 8-7 win over Nebraska on Friday night in the opening game of their weekend series.

Nebraska trailed 4-1 before scoring six times in the top of the fifth. Peyton Glatter's two-run double and Brooke Andrews' RBI single capped that rally.

Minnesota pulled within 7-6 in the bottom of the fifth. In the seventh, the Gophers loaded the bases with no outs after two walks and a single. MaKenna Partain followed with a single to right that brought home the tying run and on the play the winning run scored on a throwing error.

Glatter finished the night with three RBIs, while pitcher Courtney Wallace scored twice.

The teams will play a doubleheader Saturday beginning at noon.​

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