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First Central Bank Royals Drops Game To Mets After Late Score

First Central Bank Royals stayed in it until the end, but Mets pulled away late in a 6-5 victory on Thursday. Mets was down 4-3 in the top of the third inning when Ryan Hixon drew a walk, scoring one run. First Central Bank Royals lost despite out-hitting Mets five to four. First Central Bank Royals took an early lead in the first inning when Landon Kmoch threw a wild pitch allowing one run across the plate for First Central Bank Royals. Mets knotted the game up at two in the top of the second inning, when Mets scored one run on a stolen base. Kmoch led things off on the mound for Mets. He allowed three hits and four runs over one and two-thirds innings, striking out four. Nathan Haddix started the game for First Central Bank Royals. He went one inning, allowing one run on one hit, striking out one and walking one. Jalen Collicott, Brody Graham, and Beckett Heskett each contributed in relief for First Central Bank Royals. First Central Bank Royals smacked one home run on the day. Collicott went yard in the fourth inning. Reid Loop 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 four. Kmoch went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Mets in hits. Mets stole eight bases during the game as three players stole more than one. Tristan Campbell led the way with two.


Early Lead For Team Pollmann Pirates Sets Stage For Victory Over Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals

Team Pollmann Pirates secured the victory thanks to six runs in the third inning. Team Pollmann Pirates offense in the inning was led by Fox, Quentin Terry, and Miles Pollman, who each had RBIs in the inning. An early lead helped Team Pollmann Pirates defeat Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals 10-3 on Thursday. Team Pollmann Pirates scored on a groundout by Carter Hartwell and a walk by Jadyn Fox in the first inning.  After Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals scored one run in the top of the fourth, Team Pollmann Pirates answered with one of their own. Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals scored when Jakob Wagner drew a walk, scoring one run. Team Pollmann Pirates then answered when Caiden Hanson drew a walk, scoring one run.  Team Pollmann Pirates scored six runs in the third inning. The offensive firepower by Team Pollmann Pirates was led by Fox, Terry, and Pollman, all driving in runs in the frame.  Terry got the start for Team Pollmann Pirates. He lasted two innings, allowing one hit and one run while striking out six. Josiah Wilkinson was on the mound for Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals. He surrendered eight runs on nine hits over two and two-thirds innings, striking out six. Jackson Siegfried threw one inning out of the bullpen.  Team Pollmann Pirates hit one home run on the day. Terry put one out in the second inning.  Team Pollmann Pirates racked up 12 hits in the game. Pollman, Terry, and Fox all had multiple hits for Team Pollmann Pirates. Terry and Pollman all had three hits to lead Team Pollmann Pirates. Team Pollmann Pirates stole five bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Pollman led the way with two.  Carpenter Breland Funeral Home Cardinals tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Reese Gillespie led the way with two. 

 

Tight Contest Between Team Pollmann Pirates And First Central Bank Royals Ends In A Tie

 A single in the fourth inning helped First Central Bank Royals battle to a 7-7 tie with Team Pollmann Pirates on Thursday. Team Pollmann Pirates opened up an early lead in the first inning when Jayden Loghry drew a walk, scoring one run. In the top of the fourth inning, First Central Bank Royals tied things up at seven when Brody Graham singled on a 1-0 count, scoring two runs. Team Pollmann Pirates tallied four runs in the second inning. The offensive firepower by Team Pollmann Pirates was led by Trenton Raile, Carter Hartwell, and Coleman Chism, all driving in runs in the frame. Team Pollmann Pirates launched one home run on the day. Quentin Terry went deep in the first inning. Raile, Chism, Terry, Hartwell, and Miles Pollman each managed one hit to lead Team Pollmann Pirates. Team Pollmann Pirates tore up the base paths, as five players stole at least two bases. Pollman led the way with three. First Central Bank Royals scattered eight hits in the game. Reid Loop, Nathan Haddix, and Graham all had multiple hits for First Central Bank Royals. 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 one. Haddix led First Central Bank Royals with three stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with eight stolen bases.

 





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The U.S. Women's National Team returns to Lincoln next week for the FIVB Volleyball Nations League where it will host No. 9 Korea on June 4, No. 13 Germany on June 5 and No. 4 Brazil on June 6 at Pinnacle Bank Arena. All session tickets are available through TicketMaster by clicking here. Matches are available for viewing through FloVolleyball. Three former Huskers - Mikaela Foecke, Jordan Larson and Kelsey Robinson - will be on the 14-player roster next week. Foecke competed with Team USA in the opening week in Bulgaria, as they went 3-0. Larson and Robinson were part of the inaugural VNL championship squad last year. The U.S. is 5-1 after two weeks of competition. A unique ticket opportunity for the event includes a Team USA Meet-and-Greet for $250 (plus taxes and fees, no refunds) on June 2 from 3-4 p.m. at Pinnacle Bank Arena. In addition to the meet-and-greet, the plan includes a chalk talk with head coach Karch Kiraly, a greeting from Jordan Larson, an autograph session with all the U.S. Women in Lincoln for the matches, a chance to watch the U.S. Women practice the afternoon of June 2 immediately after the meet-and-greet, a mini volleyball and an event program. The VNL, a 16-country league, is in its second season after replacing the FIVB World Grand Prix starting in 2018. The VNL, a joint venture between the FIVB and IMG, serves as the premier annual international women’s tournament. The VNL comprises 12 core teams and four challenger teams who will compete in a round-robin format. Each country will play 15 pool play matches with each core country hosting at least one round-robin pod. China, hosts of the VNL Final Six July 3-7, will face the top five teams after the preliminary round with the $1 million prize at stake.

FIVB Volleyball Nations League Schedule
Pinnacle Bank Arena
(All match times are Central Time)

Tuesday, June 4
Brazil vs. Germany, 4:30 p.m.
USA vs. Korea, 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, June 5
Korea vs. Brazil, 4:30 p.m.
USA vs. Germany, 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, June 6
Germany vs. Korea, 4:30 p.m.
USA vs. Brazil, 7:30 p.m.





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Kickoff times and television information for five 2019 Nebraska football games have been set, including four home games at Memorial Stadium. Nebraska’s season opener against South Alabama on Aug. 31 will kick off at 11 a.m., with television coverage provided by ESPN. A week later, Nebraska will travel to Boulder for a matchup against long-time Big Eight and Big 12 rival Colorado. The matchup with the Buffs from Folsom Field will be televised nationally on FOX with kickoff set for 2:30 p.m. CT (1:30 p.m. MT). Nebraska returns home on Sept. 14 to complete non-conference play against Northern Illinois at Memorial Stadium with the game set for a 7 p.m. kickoff with television coverage on FS1. The Huskers also learned kickoff times for Big Ten Conference games against Northwestern (Oct. 5) and Iowa (Nov. 29). The Homecoming matchup against Northwestern will kick off at either 2:30 or 3 p.m., with the network determination to be made at a later date. Nebraska’s traditional Black Friday game against Iowa is set for a 1:30 p.m. kickoff with coverage on BTN. Game times and television information for Nebraska’s remaining seven games on the 2019 schedule will be made six-to-12 days in advance.

 

Nebraska 2019 Game Times/TV Information

 Aug. 31—South Alabama at Nebraska, ESPN, 11 a.m. CT
Sept. 7—Nebraska at Colorado, FOX, 2:30 p.m. CT (1:30 p.m. MT)
Sept. 14—Northern Illinois at Nebraska, FS1, 7 p.m. CT
Oct. 5—Northwestern at Nebraska, TBA, 2:30/3 p.m. CT (Homecoming)
Nov. 29—Iowa at Nebraska, BTN, 1:30 p.m. CT

 





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Boutique Air Hot Rods Falls To Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps After Sixth Inning Score

 Wednesday's game against Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps was a heartbreaker for Boutique Air Hot Rods, as they lost the lead late in a 5-4 defeat. The game was tied at three with Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps batting in the top of the sixth when Oliver Wilcox singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run. Boutique Air Hot Rods lost despite out-hitting Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps seven to four. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps got things moving in the first inning. Caleb Sughroue grounded out, scoring one run. Boutique Air Hot Rods evened things up at three in the bottom of the fifth inning when Brody Anthony singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run. After Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps scored two runs in the top of the fourth, Boutique Air Hot Rods answered with two of their own. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps scored when Tripp Floyd singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run. Boutique Air Hot Rods then answered when Aiden Lauer doubled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run and Anthony singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run. Lee Davidson got the start for Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps. He lasted five innings, allowing six hits and two runs while striking out 12 and walking zero. Lauer toed the rubber for Boutique Air Hot Rods. He allowed one hit and three runs over three and a third innings, striking out nine. Anthony threw two and two-thirds innings out of the bullpen. Anthony led Boutique Air Hot Rods with two hits in three at bats. Boutique Air Hot Rods tore up the base paths, as three players stole at least two bases. Beau Rodarmel led the way with two. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps stole 11 bases during the game as three players stole more than one. Wilcox led the way with three. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps didn't commit a single error in the field. Floyd had seven chances in the field, the most on the team.

 

Two Parker Scrappers Pitchers Team Up In Shutout Victory Against Mac's Drive In Marauders

 Parker Scrappers defeated Mac's Drive In Marauders 4-0 on Wednesday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Ty Junker struck out Elijah Smith to finish off the game. Parker Scrappers got things moving in the first inning. Junker drove in one when he doubled. Parker Scrappers tallied three runs in the fourth inning. Parker Scrappers put the pressure on, lead by a triple by Kale Sattler and a single by Caleb Tucker. One bright spot for Mac's Drive In Marauders was a single by Vince Mashek in the third inning. Junker was on the mound for Parker Scrappers. He allowed one hit and zero runs over two and a third innings, striking out six. Bo Schlegel was on the pitcher's mound for Mac's Drive In Marauders. He lasted four innings, allowing three hits and four runs while striking out 12. Sattler, Tucker, and Junker all had one hit to lead Parker Scrappers. Parker Scrappers didn't commit a single error in the field. Laken Monzon had the most chances in the field with 14. Parker Scrappers tore up the base paths, as two players stole at least two bases. Blake Steinmetz led the way with two. Mashek led Mac's Drive In Marauders with one hit in one at bats. Mac's Drive In Marauders didn't commit a single error in the field. Mashek had 12 chances in the field, the most on the team. Mac's Drive In Marauders stole seven bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Mashek led the way with three.

 





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Nebraska High School Tennis Coaches Association, in cooperation with the Nebraska Coaches Association, announces the Class B All-State Girls Tennis Team for 2019.

 
First Team
Captain, Katherine Krueger, Omaha Duchesne
Brianna Liu, Brownell-Talbot/Concordia
Kassidy Michaelis, McCook
Lesley Lam, Omaha Duchesne
Katie Maser, Grand Island CC
Meena Satpathy, Omaha Duchesne
Second Team
Ashlyn Kucera, Grand Island CC
Aruna Bashir, Brownell-Talbot/Concordia
Avery Kalvoda, Grand Island CC
Riley Hansen, McCook
Jenna Lowry, Grand Island CC
Megan Woods, Grand Island CC
 
Alliance: Diana Acosta, Taylor Manion
Beatrice: Morgan Burenheide
Brownell-Talbot/Concordia: Anna Kotula, Cecan Porter
Crete: Katelyn Jindra, Huong Ngo
Elkhorn: Claire Burford, Sarah Riddell, Megan Raszler, Maggie McElhose
Gering: Zoee Smith, Bobbie Claflin
GICC: Courtney Toner
Hershey: Keyana Hastings, Anna Berntson
Holdrege: Kaylin Brown
Kearney Catholic: Ashley Waggoner, Brooke Eschenbrenner, Liza Trettel
Lexington: Mallorie Buescher
Lincoln Christian: Brooklyn Schrader, Caitlyn Anderson, Jenna Wiltfong, Alyssa Gove
McCook: Sydney Stewart, Delaney Jumps, Kori Uerling, Megan Hodgson
Norris: Anastasia Krueger, Madeline Star, Georgia Havel, Isabel Havel, Crystal Craft, Taylor
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Lincoln – University of Nebraska forward Isaiah Roby announced Wednesday afternoon that he has decided to remain in the 2019 NBA Draft. Roby finished his three-year Husker career with 786 points, 530 rebounds and 154 blocked shots, a total which is sixth in school history. He will look to become the first Husker basketball player drafted since Venson Hamilton in 1999. The 2019 NBA Draft is set for Thursday, June 20th at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Roby, a 6-foot-8, 228-pounder, enjoyed a breakout 2018-19 campaign as Nebraska made its second straight postseason appearance. He established career highs in scoring (11.8 ppg), rebounding (6.9 rpg), assists (1.9 apg) and steals (1.3 spg), while averaging 1.9 blocks per game. He made 35 starts last season and finished among the Big Ten leaders in blocked shots (third), steals (ninth) and rebounding (14th). Roby was the only Big Ten player to rank in the top 10 in the conference in both blocked shots and steals. Roby tallied three double-doubles – all in Big Ten action - and had a career high 28 points in Nebraska’s first-round NIT win over Butler. It was one of five 20-point games during Roby’s junior campaign. His 66 blocked shots in 2018-19 tied for ninth in school history, and he joined Venson Hamilton (1997-98 and 1998-99), as the only Huskers to put together consecutive seasons of at least 50 blocked shots and 50 assists. Roby moved into the starting lineup midway through the 2017-18 campaign, sparking the Huskers to a 10-2 Big Ten finish, as the Huskers set a school record with 13 conference wins. The Dixon, Ill., product averaged 8.7 points and a team-high 6.3 rebounds per game while ranking fourth in the Big Ten in blocked shots at 2.0 per game. He also shot 40 percent from 3-point range, including 52 percent in conference action. Roby had four double-doubles as a sophomore, including three in conference play.





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For the fourth time in six years, the Nebraska baseball team is heading to the NCAA Tournament. The Huskers (31-22) will travel to the Oklahoma City Regional this weekend, along with No. 9 national seed Oklahoma State, UConn and Harvard. NU will represent the No. 3 seed in the Regional. It marks Nebraska’s 16th NCAA Tournament appearance in program history, and the 13th appearance in the last 21 years. Under Head Coach Darin Erstad, the Huskers previously qualified for the NCAA Tournament in 2014, 2016 and 2017. The Huskers open the tournament on Friday against UConn, starting at noon (CT) on ESPN3. Oklahoma State and Harvard face off Friday at 6 p.m. (CT) on ESPN3.





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Boutique Air Hot Rods Falls To Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats After Fifth Inning Score
Friday's game against Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats was a heartbreaker for Boutique Air Hot Rods, as they lost the lead late in a 10-4 defeat. The game was tied at four with Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats batting in the top of the fifth when Ashton Baker was struck by a pitch, driving in a run. The Boutique Air Hot Rods struggled to put runs on the board and had a tough time defensively containing Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats, giving up ten runs. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats got things moving in the first inning, when Asher Wilson singled on a 3-0 count, scoring one run. After Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats scored one run in the top of the third, Boutique Air Hot Rods answered with one of their own. Boutique Air Hot Rods then answered when Aiden Lauer grounded out, scoring one run. Grady Lentz led things off on the mound for Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats. He went three innings, allowing four runs on four hits and striking out seven. Brody Anthony started the game for Boutique Air Hot Rods. He allowed four hits and three runs over four innings, striking out nine. Anthony led Boutique Air Hot Rods with two hits in three at bats. Boutique Air Hot Rods stole seven bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Braidon Garcia led the way with three. Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats collected seven hits. Hayden Uerling and Wilson each collected multiple hits for Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats. Uerling went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats in hits. Wilson led Pinnacle Bank Mud Cats with three stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with eight stolen bases.

Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps Defeats Mac's Drive In Marauders In Blow Out Victory Thanks To Fourth Inning Boost
Six runs in the fourth inning led Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps past Mac's Drive In Marauders 9-1 on Friday. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps put the pressure on, lead by a walk by Caleb Sughroue, a single by Jackson Hartwell, and a double by Lee Davidson. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps put up six runs in the fourth inning. Sughroue, Hartwell, and Davidson powered the big inning with RBIs. Davidson led things off on the hill for Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps. He surrendered zero runs on one hit over one inning, striking out three and walking zero. Elijah Smith started the game for Mac's Drive In Marauders. He went three and a third innings, allowing five runs on four hits and striking out nine. Colton Koetter threw one-third of an inning out of the bullpen. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps collected six hits. Davidson and Quinton Meyers all collected multiple hits for Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps. Davidson went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps in hits. Bortner Pioneer Seeds Tin Caps didn't commit a single error in the field. Rylee Eaton had the most chances in the field with six. Bo Schlegel led Mac's Drive In Marauders with two hits in two at bats.




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Omaha, Neb. – The Nebraska baseball team (31-22) fell to Ohio State, 3-1, in the Big Ten championship game in front 17,503 fans at TD Ameritrade Park on Sunday afternoon. It marked the second-largest crowd in a college baseball game this season, behind only the 18,861 that attended Georgia-Georgia Tech on April 23 in Atlanta, Ga.

The Huskers take runner-up honors at the Big Ten Tournament for the third time in the last seven years. NU finished second in 2013 in Minneapolis and 2014 in Omaha, both times falling to Indiana.

Senior right-hander Matt Waldron, making his 13th start of the season, threw 3.0 innings and recorded three strikeouts, while allowing one run. Mike Waldron, Shay Schanaman and Colby Gomes came on for relief appearances. Schanaman threw a career-high 4.0 innings and notched three strikeouts.

In the opening frame, Aaron Palensky drew a two-out walk, but remained stranded in a scoreless inning for the Big Red. Ohio State scored one run to take the early 1-0 lead as three of the first four hitters reached base. Waldron recorded two strikeouts.

After back-to-back strikeouts in the top of the second, Alex Henwood drew a walk. He was thrown out at second after trying to advance on a wild pitch. The Buckeyes went down in order in the bottom of the second.

Mojo Hagge managed NU’s first hit of the game in the top of the third. Each of the Huskers’ other three batters during the inning produced outs. Ohio State had two baserunners in the bottom of the third, but left both on base.

In the top of the fourth, the Huskers went down 1-2-3. Ohio State scored one run in the bottom of the fourth to take a 2-0 lead. Back-to-back no-out singles got them started before a sacrifice fly brought in the run.

Joe Acker singled in the top of the fifth, but was left stranded as the other Husker batters had two groundouts and a strikeout. The Buckeyes managed one hit in the bottom of the fifth, but left the runner stranded on first base.

Nebraska scored its first run of the game in the top of the sixth to cut the deficit to 2-1. Cam Chick reached on a one-out error before a strikeout marked the second out. Each of the next three batters drew walks to bring in one run before a flyout to center field. In the bottom of the sixth, the Buckeyes went down in order with two pop-outs and a groundout.

Acker singled and Colby Gomes walked to put the first two runners on in the top of the seventh. A sacrifice bunt advanced them to second and third. They remained stranded following a strikeout and groundout. In the bottom of the seventh, Ohio State was retired in order.

Hellstrom hit a two-out single in the top of the eighth, but was left stranded. Ohio State added a run in the bottom of the eighth to take a 3-1 lead. Each of the first two Buckeye batters reached base before a sacrifice fly brought in the insurance run.

In the top of the ninth, the Huskers went down in order on three strikeouts.

The NCAA Tournament Selection Show is set for Monday at 11 a.m. (CT) on ESPNU.





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Omaha, Neb. – The Nebraska baseball team (31-21) won the semifinal rematch against Michigan, 7-3, in front of 11,038 fans at TD Ameritrade Park on Saturday night to earn a spot in the championship game. The Huskers will face the winner of Ohio State and Minnesota on Sunday for the Big Ten Tournament title.

Kyle Perry, making his seventh start of the season, went 3.1 innings and allowed one run. Robbie Palkert came on for a career-high 5.1 innings of relief and recorded five strikeouts en route to the win. Colby Gomes earned his team-high 12th save of the season by recording the final out.

In the opening frame, Cam Chick drew a one-out walk, but was thrown out on a fielder’s choice before a strikeout ended the inning. Michigan managed one hit in a scoreless bottom of the first.

In the top of the second, Joe Acker hit a two-out single before being thrown out on an inning-ending fielder’s choice. Perry retired all three Wolverine batters in the bottom of the second.

Nebraska scored two runs in the top of the third to take the early lead. With two outs, Chick singled, Aaron Palensky walked and Angelo Altavilla reached on a fielder’s choice to load the bases. Spencer Schwellenbach poked a two-run hit through the left side that drove in Chick and Palensky. In the bottom of the third, Michigan responded with one run on one hit.

Colby Gomes drew a walk in the top of the fourth, but each of the other three Husker batters during the inning produced outs. Michigan managed a pair of baserunners in the bottom of the fourth via walks, but left both runners stranded.

In the top of the fifth, Nebraska plated one run to take a 3-1 lead. Altavilla was hit-by-pitch with two outs and advanced to third when the catcher’s attempt to throw him out at second following a wild pitch was wide. Schwellenbach drove him in with an RBI single. Michigan scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to tie the game at 3-3. The Wolverines tallied three hits and left two runners on base during the frame.

The Huskers added two runs in the top of the sixth to retake the lead at 5-3. Acker drew a leadoff walk and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt. Gomes drew a walk before Hallmark’s RBI double drove in Acker. Chick walked to load the bases before Palensky walked to bring in another run for the Big Red. A pair of flyouts ended the inning. Michigan had a baserunner via walk, but Palkert retired the other three hitters with two strikeouts and a groundout.

Nebraska left two runners stranded in a scoreless top of the seventh. Luke Roskam hit a leadoff single before Henwood reached on a one-out walk. Back-to-back strikeouts ended the inning. The Wolverines were retired in order in the bottom of the seventh.

In the top of the eighth, the Huskers scored two runs to build a 7-3 lead. Chick drew a leadoff walk and scored when Altavilla reached on an error. Schwellenbach singled to advance Altavilla to third. Roskam walked to load the bases before a flyout. Henwood walked to bring in another run for the Big Red before an inning-ending strikeout. In the bottom of the eighth, Palkert retired all three Wolverine batters with two strikeouts and a groundout.

In the top of the ninth, Nebraska managed two walks, but couldn’t add to its lead. In the bottom of the ninth, Michigan loaded the bases, but left all three baserunners stranded.

The Huskers advance to Sunday’s championship game against the winner of Minnesota and Ohio State. The Golden Gophers and Buckeyes square off at 11 a.m. (CT). The championship game will begin approximately one hour following the conclusion of that game.





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