Corvallis, Ore. -- Despite an valiant effort that saw the Creighton Baseball team battle through four NCAA Tournament elimination games, the Bluejays ran out of gas in a winner-take-all battle with Michigan, falling 17-6 in the Corvallis Regional Final on Monday, June 3.
The loss ended Creighton's season at 41-13, while the Wolverines advanced to the Super Regional with a 44-19 record. The Wolverines will face the winner of tonight's game between #1 UCLA and Loyola Marymount next weekend.
A majestic second inning solo home run to left from junior Will Robertson gave Creighton an early 1-0 lad. It was Robertson's 15th home run of the season, moving him into sole possession of the team lead. The Bluejays extended their edge to 2-0 in the season as junior Parker Upton laced an RBI triple to left-center, plating junior Isaac Collins.
Creighton's starter Mitch Ragan gave one back in the top of the third as he allowed a single, a wild pitch on a strikeout and a pair of walks to force in Michigan's first run of the game. Evan Johnson came on to strand the bases full of Wolverine in the third with a strikeout of Michigan's Christian Bullock
The momentum of Johnson's strikeout carried into the fourth as senior Jack Strunc opened the frame with a blast to right field, his third of the season. Senior Jordan Hovey followed with a double to left and with one down in the frame, sophomore David Vilches lined an RBI single up the middle to make it 4-1.
The bottom of the fourth, however, proved to be Creighton's undoing as Johnson walked the first two hitters, forcing Bluejay head coach Ed Servais to bring in junior John Sakowski from the bullpen. Michigan went on to plate five in the inning, taking the lead for good at 6-4. After a grounder to short accounted for the first out, a hit batter loaded the bases, then a two-run double by Jesse Franklin made it 4-3 and a two-run single from Jordan Brewer gave the Wolverines the edge. Michigan's final run of the frame came on an RBI groundout by Blake Nelson.
A solo home from Michigan catcher Joe Donovan made it a 7-4 game. Michigan added four runs on three hits and an error in the sixth to seize an 11-4 edge.
Strunc tried to rally his squad with his second home run of the night to open the seventh, but Michigan answered with six runs in the seventh.
Creighton pushed across an unearned run in the eighth as Strunc delivered and RBI single.
Sakowski suffered his first loss of the season (7-1), allowing four runs on three hits and a walk in two innings of relief. Michigan's.
2019 CORVALLIS REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Most Outstanding Player: Jimmy Kerr, Michigan
Catcher: Adley Rutschman, Oregon State
First Base: Jimmy Kerr, Michigan
Second Base: Jace Mercer, Cincinnati
Third Base: Eric Santiago, Cincinnati
Shortstop: Jack Strunc, Creighton
Outfield: AJ Bumpass, Cincinnati
Outfield: Will Robertson, Creighton
Outfield: Christian Bullock, Michigan
Designated Hitter: Jordan Nwogu, Michigan
Pitcher: Karl Kauffmann, Michigan
Pitcher: Ben Dotzler, Creighton
Late Score Costs Sports Shoppe Iron Birds Against Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps
Sports Shoppe Iron Birds lost the lead late in a 6-1 defeat to Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps on Monday. The game was tied at one with Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps batting in the top of the third when Jackson Gillen drew a walk, scoring one run. Sports Shoppe Iron Birds lost despite out-hitting Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps three to two. Lee Davidson was on the pitcher's mound for Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps. He surrendered one run on two hits over two innings, striking out four and walking zero. Cale Graham was on the mound for Sports Shoppe Iron Birds. He lasted two innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out three. Jaime Samaniego and Krayten Ureste entered the game from the bullpen, throwing one inning and two-thirds of an inning respectively. Braden Fortin, Samaniego, and Tripp Raile each managed one hit to lead Sports Shoppe Iron Birds. Sports Shoppe Iron Birds didn't commit a single error in the field. Fortin had four chances in the field, the most on the team. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Rylee Eaton had the most chances in the field with seven.
Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats Clinches Lead In Fourth Inning For Victory Over Parker Scrappers
Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats took the lead late in the game in a 2-1 victory over Parker Scrappers on Monday. The game was tied at one with Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats batting in the bottom of the fourth when an error scored one run for Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats. The pitching was strong on both sides. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats pitchers struck out 13, while Parker Scrappers pitchers sat down nine. In the first inning, Parker Scrappers got their offense started. Kale Sattler drove in one when he doubled. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats knotted the game up at one in the bottom of the first inning, when an error scored one run for Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats. Grady Lentz got the start for Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats. He went one inning, allowing one run on one hit and striking out three.
Sattler was on the hill for Parker Scrappers. He lasted three innings, allowing zero hits and one run while striking out six. Ty Junker threw one inning out of the bullpen. Dorian Bussard went 1-for-2 at the plate to lead Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats in hits. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats didn't commit a single error in the field. Spencer Snyder had 13 chances in the field, the most on the team.
Sattler led Parker Scrappers with two hits in two at bats. Jacob Barber led Parker Scrappers with three stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with nine stolen bases.
Nebraska Head Baseball Coach Darin Erstad announced Monday afternoon that he has resigned from his position. Erstad guided the Husker program for the past eight seasons, leading the Huskers to a Big Ten Championship and four NCAA Regional appearances.
“I have made the extremely difficult decision to step away from coaching,” Erstad said. “I love this team. I love our staff and I love Nebraska. The bottom line is I do not want to miss seeing our kids grow up. I want to thank our administration and academic staff for all of their support over the last eight years. GBR forever.”
Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos said Erstad was the right individual to lead the Husker program, but understands Erstad’s choice to spend more time with his family.
“Darin earned the right to lead this baseball program well into the future, and I was hopeful that would be the case,” Moos said. “Darin loved the opportunity to represent Nebraska every day and did an outstanding job. He’s a Nebraska guy who loves this program and is a proven winner. With all that said, I respect and admire that Darin’s priority now is to spend more time with his family as his children grow up.”
Erstad took over the Nebraska program in June of 2011, and finished with a record of 267-193-1. Erstad’s 2017 team captured the Big Ten regular-season title and he was named Big Ten Coach of the Year for his leadership. Four of his eight teams finished second or better in the conference, and his teams reached the Big Ten tournament championship game in 2013, 2014 and 2019. Nebraska qualified for NCAA Regional play in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2019.
The Jamestown, N.D., native is one of the top players in Nebraska baseball history. A two-sport star at Nebraska, Erstad was a first-team All-American and Big Eight Co-Player of the Year in 1995. In addition, Erstad was a two-time academic all-conference pick, and was the starting punter on Nebraska’s 1994 national championship football team. He was inducted into the Nebraska Athletics Hall of Fame in September of 2018.
The No. 1 overall pick in the 1995 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, Erstad spent the majority of his career playing for the Angels, where he won three Gold Gloves (2000-02-04) and was selected for the American League All-Star team in 1998 and 2000. He was part of the Angels 2002 World Series Champion team.
Three Nebraska football greats are among 76 players from the Football Bowl Subdivision announced as finalists Monday for the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.
Huskers on the 2020 ballot for induction into the Hall of Fame include Heisman-winning quarterback Eric Crouch, and a pair of Outland Trophy winning offensive linemen in offensive linemen Zach Wiegert and defensive lineman Larry Jacobson.
Crouch is on the ballot for the ninth straight year, Wiegert is making his fifth appearance on the ballot and Jacobson is in his second year on the ballot. The 2020 class will be announced leading up to the 2020 College Football Playoff Championship in New Orleans.
Crouch would become the second Husker quarterback in the College Hall of Fame, joining Tommie Frazier, who was part of the 2013 class. Crouch became Nebraska's third Heisman Trophy winner in 2001 after leading the Huskers to the National Championship game. An option-based quarterback out of Omaha's Millard North High School, Crouch set the NCAA record for career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 59, and he amassed 7,915 yards of total offense in his career. A consensus All-American in 2001, Crouch also reeled in the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award, the Davey O'Brien Award and the Sporting News Offensive Player of the Year award during his senior campaign. His No. 7 jersey was retired by Nebraska in 2002.
Jacobson was a stalwart on Nebraska’s first national title teams in 1970 and 1971. A consensus first-team All-American in 1971, Jacobson on the Outland Trophy as a senior, as he tallied 73 tackles, including 12 tackles for loss to become the program’s first major award winner. He led the Blackshirts to top-five national rankings in rush defense (85.9, second), total defense (202.9, fifth) and scoring defense (8.2, third) en route to a 13-0 record and a second straight national title. During his three seasons at Nebraska, the Sioux Falls, S.D., product led the Huskers to a 33-2-1 mark with two national titles and three conference crowns. His No. 75 jersey was retired in 1994.
Wiegert was a 1994 unanimous first-team All-American and is one of eight Huskers to win the Outland Trophy. A native of Fremont, Neb., Wiegert helped lead the Huskers to 1994 National Championship after NU played in the 1993 title game. The Huskers averaged 340 yards per game on the ground in 1994, and Wiegert led Nebraska with 113 pancake blocks. He even earned one first-place vote for the Heisman, finishing tied for ninth with 27 points. In addition to winning the Outland, he was a finalist for the Lombardi Award, a consensus All-American, the UPI Lineman of the Year and the Touchdown Club of Columbus Offensive Lineman of the Year. His No. 72 jersey was retired before the 1995 season.
Aaron Taylor was the 18th Nebraska player in the College Football Hall of Fame, as he was inducted last December in New York City. Other recent Husker enshrines include Trev Albers (2015), Tommie Frazier (2013), Will Shields (2011) and Grant Wistrom (2009).
First Central Bank Royals's Early Lead Over CrossFit McCook White Sox Sets Stage For Victory
Kycen Bradley led things off on the mound for First Central Bank Royals. He went one inning, allowing one run on one hit, striking out three and walking one. Jude Schmick was on the hill for CrossFit McCook White Sox. He surrendered eight runs on five hits over two and two-thirds innings, striking out five. Trey Tiller threw one and one-third innings in relief. Beckett Heskett led First Central Bank Royals with two hits in two at bats. First Central Bank Royals was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Cole Walter had the most chances in the field with three.
Mets Grabs Lead In Fourth Inning For Victory Over Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals
Mets took the lead late in the game in a 6-3 victory over Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals on Sunday. The game was tied at three with Mets batting in the bottom of the fourth when Gabe Roberts singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run. Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals got on the board in the first inning. Bryson Gullionsingled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.
Mets took the lead for good with four runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Landon Kmoch tripled on a 2-0 count, scoring one run and Noah Mashek grounded out, scoring two runs. Kmoch led things off on the hill for Mets. He went three innings, allowing one run on three hits, striking out seven and walking zero. Gullion was on the pitcher's mound for Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals. He went five innings, allowing six runs on five hits, striking out 13 and walking zero. Tristan Campbell led Mets with two hits in two at bats. Mets was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Campbell had the most chances in the field with seven. Mets tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Mashek led the way with three. Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals totaled seven hits. Cason Waugh and Gullion each managed multiple hits for Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals. Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals didn't commit a single error in the field. Waugh had the most chances in the field with 13.
Despite Fewer Hits, Mets Beats Team Pollmann Pirates
Both pitching staffs had their hands full on Sunday in a high-scoring affair where Mets bested Team Pollmann Pirates, 10-7. Despite the loss, Team Pollmann Pirates did collect seven hits in the high-scoring affair. Unfortunately, Mets had six hits on the way to victory. Team Pollmann Pirates captured the lead in the first inning. An error scored one run for Team Pollmann Pirates.
Mets took the lead for good with seven runs in the second inning. In the second Noah Mashek drew a walk, scoring one run, Gage Brinkman doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run, and Brenden Hedrick drew a walk, scoring one run. Team Pollmann Pirates notched three runs in the fourth inning. Coleman Chism and Jadyn Foxall contributed in the big inning with RBIs. Landon Kmoch was on the mound for Mets. He allowed two hits and three runs over one and one-third innings, striking out four and walking zero. Quentin Terry was on the hill for Team Pollmann Pirates. He went one inning, allowing one run on one hit, striking out two and walking zero. Miles Pollman, Chism, and Trenton Raile each contributed in relief for Team Pollmann Pirates. Terry went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Team Pollmann Pirates in hits. Team Pollmann Pirates didn't commit a single error in the field. Terry had three chances in the field, the most on the team. Team Pollmann Pirates stole 13 bases during the game as four players stole more than one. Pollman led the way with four. Mets tallied six hits in the game. Brinkman and Ethan Schmidt each had multiple hits for Mets. Schmidt led Mets with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with five stolen bases.
Oklahoma City, Okla. – The Nebraska baseball team (32-24) fell to UConn, 16-1, in an NCAA Regional elimination game at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Sunday afternoon.
The Huskers, making their fourth NCAA Tournament appearance in the last six years, saw their 2019 season come to an end after going 1-2 at the Oklahoma City Regional. It marked Nebraska’s 16th NCAA Tournament appearance in program history, and 13th appearance in the last 21 years.
Senior right-hander Reece Eddins, making his 13th start of the season, went 4.1 innings and recorded four strikeouts. Nebraska saw relief outings from Shay Schanaman, Max Schreiber, Mike Waldron, Ethan Frazier, Chad Luensmann, Ben Klenke and Kyle Perry.
In the opening frame, UConn scored one run on two hits and left two runners stranded to take the early lead. The Huskers went down in order in the bottom of the first inning.
The Huskies added a run in the top of the second, as Kyler Fedko hit a solo home run. UConn left one runner stranded, but took a 2-0 lead. Angelo Altavilla managed Nebraska’s first hit of the game with his single in the bottom of the second, but he was left on base.
UConn’s first two batters in the top of the third each singled and advanced to second and third via sacrifice bunt. A strikeout-throw out play ended the inning. NU was retired in order in the bottom of the third.
In the top of the fourth, Connecticut added one run to build a 3-0 advantage. The Huskies had a one-out triple before a bunt single brought in the runner from third. Nebraska scored one run in the bottom of the fourth. Aaron Palensky hit a one-out single before advancing to second on a wild pitch. Spencer Schwellenbach drew a walk to put two runners on. Altavilla drove in Palensky with an RBI single before a double play ended the inning.
UConn scored one run in the top of the fifth to take a 4-1 lead. The Huskies managed two hits during the frame to extend its advantage. NU went down 1-2-3 in the bottom of the fifth.
Connecticut tacked on another run in the top of the sixth to build a 5-1 lead. UConn left two runners on base during the inning. In the bottom of the sixth, the Huskers were retired in order.
The Huskies had one baserunner via walk in the top of the seventh, but left him stranded as the score remained 5-1. For the third consecutive inning, all three Husker batters were retired.
UConn added four runs on four hits in the top of the eighth to take a 9-1 lead. In the bottom of the eighth, Alex Henwood and Mojo Hagge each singled, but were left on base as each of the other three Husker batters flied out.
In the top of the ninth, the Huskies scored seven runs on six hits to extend their lead to 16-1. NU was retired in order with a strikeout and two flyouts.
Oklahoma City, Okla. – Leading 5-2 after eight innings, Nebraska (32-23) allowed four runs in the top of the ninth as No. 9 Oklahoma State escaped with a 6-5 win in NCAA Regional action at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Saturday night. Trevor Boone hit the go-ahead three-run home run for the Cowboys.
Senior right-handed pitcher Matt Waldron, making his 14th start of the season, recorded a career-high 11 strikeouts in 7.2 innings and allowed two runs. It marked the first time a Husker pitcher had more than 10 strikeouts in a game since 2010 when Michael Mariot had 12 against Southeast Missouri State. Shay Schanaman and Colby Gomes each came on for relief appearances for the Big Red.
In the opening frame, Oklahoma State left the bases loaded without scoring. The first two batters each singled before a one-out error loaded the bases. Waldron got out of the jam with a strikeout and flyout. Nebraska plated three runs in the bottom of the first, as each of the first five batters reached base. Jaxon Hallmark and Cam Chick delivered back-to-back base hits before Aaron Palensky crushed a home run to left field. Spencer Schwellenbach was hit-by-pitch and advanced to second on Angelo Altavilla’s single. They made it to second and third on a double steal, but three consecutive outs left them stranded.
The Cowboys managed two baserunners in the top of the second, but left both on base in a scoreless frame. Hallmark hit a one-out single before Chick walked in the bottom of the second, but both runners were left stranded as the score remained 3-0.
Waldron struck out the side on 11 pitches in the top of the third. NU added two runs in the bottom of the third to take a 5-0 lead. Altavilla drew a leadoff walk before Gunner Hellstrom singled. They each advanced a base via wild pitch before Gomes drove them both in with a two-RBI single.
Waldron added two strikeouts in a scoreless top of the fourth, as the Cowboys managed one hit in the inning. OSU’s pitcher struck out the side in the bottom of the fourth.
The Huskers held the Cowboys scoreless in the top of the fifth despite a runner getting to third base. Altavilla made a catch in the stands on a foul-out for the second out before Acker’s diving catch to end the inning. NU went down in order in the bottom of the fifth.
In the top of the sixth, Carson McCusker hit a solo home run for Oklahoma State’s first run of the game. It cut the Husker lead to 5-1. The Huskers were retired in order in the bottom of the sixth.
OSU went down in order in the top of the seventh, as Waldron picked up his 10th strikeout of the game. In the bottom of the seventh, NU went down 1-2-3 again.
Oklahoma State scored one run on three hits in the top of the eighth, but left two runners stranded. It cut the deficit to 5-2. In the bottom of the eighth, Hellstrom managed a single, but was left on base.
In the top of the ninth, the Cowboys scored four runs to take their first lead of the game. OSU put two runners on with one out before a flyout advanced the lead runner to third. An RBI single put one run on the board before Boone’s three-run shot to left field. The Huskers went down in order in the bottom of the ninth.
The Huskers face UConn in an elimination game on Sunday at noon (CT). The winner advances to play No. 9 Oklahoma State on Sunday at 5 p.m.
Oklahoma City, Okla. – The Nebraska baseball team (32-22) compiled 13 hits and used a four-run third inning to defeat UConn, 8-5, in the opening game of the NCAA Oklahoma City Regional at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Friday afternoon. It marked the first time since 2008 that Nebraska won its first game of the NCAA Tournament, and the first time since 2014 the Huskers won any NCAA Tournament game.
Senior left-handed pitcher Nate Fisher, making his 15th start of the season, went 4.2 innings and allowed five runs. Robbie Palkert earned the win by throwing 3.1 scoreless innings and recorded four strikeouts. Colby Gomes earned his team-high 13th save of the season, putting him in a tie for third on Nebraska’s single-season saves list with Jake Hohensee (2018), Chad Luensmann (2016) and Brett Jensen (2006).
In the top of the first, Cam Chick reached on a one-out error, but a strikeout and fielder’s choice ended the inning. In the bottom of the first, UConn plated two runs on three hits to take the early lead. Each of the first two batters singled before a bunt pop-up double play. Pat Winkel hit a two-run home run to put the Huskies on the board.
Angelo Altavilla smashed a leadoff home run in the top of the second for NU’s first run of the game. Each of the next three Husker batters produced outs. In the bottom of the second, Connecticut added two runs to take a 4-1 lead, using three hits in the frame.
Nebraska scored four runs in the top of the third to take a 5-4 lead. Each of the first six batters reached base, as Gomes, Jaxon Hallmark and Cam Chick each singled before Aaron Palensky walked to load the bases. Spencer Schwellenbach drove in one run with an RBI single before Altavilla did the same. A double play and strikeout left one runner on base. The Huskies managed two hits during the bottom of the third, but couldn’t score either runner.
In the top of the fourth, Mojo Hagge reached on a leadoff bunt single, but was left stranded after three consecutive strikeouts. UConn managed a pair of hits in the bottom of the fourth, but the score remained a 5-4 lead for the Big Red.
NU scored one run in the top of the fifth to extend its lead to 6-4. Schwellenbach reached on a one-out walk before advancing to second on a wild pitch. Gunner Hellstrom drove him in with an RBI single. The Huskies scored one run in the bottom of the fifth to trim the deficit to 6-5. UConn compiled three hits during the frame.
The Huskers added a run in the top of the sixth to make it 7-5. Hagge drew a leadoff walk and advanced to second on a wild pitch before stealing third. Chick was hit-by-pitch to put runners on the corners before Palensky’s RBI single. Schwellenbach walked to load the bases but a strikeout ended the inning. In the bottom of the sixth, UConn managed a pair of two-out singles and the runners made it to second and third before a groundout left them stranded.
In the top of the seventh, Hellstrom singled, but was left on base after three straight strikeouts. Connecticut had two baserunners in the bottom of the seventh via base hits, but they were both left stranded in a scoreless inning for the Huskies.
The Huskers went down in order in the top of the eighth. UConn left a runner stranded on third after he hit a one-out double in the bottom of the eighth.
NU added an insurance run in the top of the ninth. Schwellenbach laced a leadoff single before advancing to second on Hellstrom’s one-out single. Joe Acker smacked an RBI double to drive in one run before back-to-back outs ended the inning. UConn managed one hit in a scoreless bottom of the ninth.
The Huskers will play on Saturday at 7 p.m. (CT) against No. 9 Oklahoma State.
Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats's Early Lead Over Parker Scrappers Sets Stage For Victory
Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats defeated Parker Scrappers 14-4 thanks to a strong start. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats scored on a single by Asher Wilson, a double by Spencer Snyder, and a double by Hayden Uerling in the first inning. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats notched seven runs in the third inning. Grady Lentz and Wilson all moved runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning. Wilson led things off on the hill for Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats. He allowed one hit and one run over two innings, striking out four. Blake Steinmetz was on the pitcher's mound for Parker Scrappers. He lasted two and a third innings, allowing four hits and eight runs while striking out five. Caleb Tucker threw two-thirds of an inning in relief out of the bullpen. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats tallied eight hits. Wilson, Uerling, and Snyder each managed multiple hits for Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats. Wilson led Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats with three hits in three at bats. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Dorian Bussard led the way with two. Parker Scrappers stole 13 bases during the game as four players stole more than one. Steinmetz led the way with four.
My Family Vision Clinic Lug Nuts Grabs Lead In Third Inning For Victory Over Mac's Drive In Marauders
My Family Vision Clinic Lug Nuts took the lead late and defeated Mac's Drive In Marauders 3-2 on Friday. The game was tied at two with My Family Vision Clinic Lug Nuts batting in the bottom of the third when Kooper Rakes singled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run. The pitching was strong on both sides. My Family Vision Clinic Lug Nuts pitchers struck out 11, while Mac's Drive In Marauders pitchers sat down seven. In the first inning, Mac's Drive In Marauders got their offense started when Bo Schlegel tripled on a 3-1 count, scoring one run. Rakes toed the rubber for My Family Vision Clinic Lug Nuts. He lasted two innings, allowing one hit and one run while striking out six. Elijah Smith was on the mound for Mac's Drive In Marauders. He allowed one hit and zero runs over two innings, striking out four. Cruz McCarty threw one inning out of the bullpen. Rakes went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead My Family Vision Clinic Lug Nuts in hits. My Family Vision Clinic Lug Nuts didn't commit a single error in the field. Wyatt Benes had six chances in the field, the most on the team. Schlegel led Mac's Drive In Marauders with two hits in two at bats. Mac's Drive In Marauders was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Vince Mashek made the most plays with seven. Mac's Drive In Marauders tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Tad Puckett, Jr led the way with three.
Husker fans interested in being at Memorial Stadium for Nebraska’s outstanding 2019 home schedule can purchase season tickets beginning on Monday, June 3 at 10 a.m. CT. A limited number of season tickets remain following this month’s Seat Yourself Process. The 2019 home schedule at Memorial Stadium is one of the best in recent years, featuring games against Big Ten Champion Ohio State, and West Division rivals Iowa, Northwestern and Wisconsin. Fans interested in purchasing season tickets may do so at Huskers.com/tickets or by calling 1-800-8-BIG RED. The remaining seats are located in various locations around Memorial Stadium and the majority of them are at lower donation levels, beginning at $150 per seat. Season tickets for the 2019 football season are $420 for a seven-game ticket package, or $60 per game. Season ticket holders receive the benefit of more than a 20 percent cost savings versus the price of single-game tickets. New season ticket buyers will pay for their tickets and donation at the time of purchase.