After playing a pandemic-altered schedule in 2021, the Nebraska baseball team will navigate a return-to-normal schedule.
Mikey Pauley, the No. 1-ranked catcher in Kansas as well as a three-star quarterback recruit, will play both baseball and football at Nebraska beginning in the fall.
In high school, the power hitting outfielder from South Dakota had football offers from Wyoming and Kansas State, among others.
Sleeper will join two other junior college players in Nebraska's 2022 class.
Over two seasons with in juco ball, Dreher made 24 appearances out of the bullpen. His strikeout rate was, well, impressive.
Coach Will Bolt got a look this fall at the Husker baseball team that must replace all four captains from last year's team.
Pitchers having the upper hand was a welcome sight for Bolt, who saw Nebraska's hitters outperform the pitchers for much of the fall.
Unger made six pitching appearances as a freshman at Blair, finishing with 1.14 earned-run average.
Koty Frank threw five shutout innings and struck out seven to lead his Red team to a 4-1 win over the White squad.
Playing in the wood bat Scenic West Athletic Conference, Frahm hit .360 last season with nearly half of his 40 hits going for extra bases.
The scrimmage is scheduled for a noon start at Haymarket Park and will be open to the public.
"Our team is otherwise healthy," says the Huskers coach, who missed Friday night's scrimmage against Creighton.
For the first time since 2018, Kyle Perry — and his outgoing personality — is a part of fall ball. He's primed to step into a leadership role, too.
One of the notes revolves around the team's CWS hopes: "It's in the weight room where I've got to go write 'Omaha' on the whiteboard."
Peterson is likely the youngest prospect ever to commit to Nebraska baseball, and perhaps the youngest to commit to NU in in any sport.
The Husker baseball team officially welcomed back Rob Childress on Tuesday at Haymarket Park. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler
Childress shared what his "sole focus" is in his return to the Huskers, and Will Bolt ponders the possibility of improving the program's amenities.
Will Bolt: "This is a grand slam hire for our program, and we couldn’t be prouder to have him back to represent Husker baseball."
In town to light the torch at the Cornhusker State Games, Alex Gordon gives a glimpse into into retired life. Yes, he misses baseball "a little bit."
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As for what the Husker baseball coach liked? For starters, the "no-excuses" part of it.
Moments before the MLB Draft resumed with Round 11, the Journal Star boys athlete of the year revealed he is going to school next year.
The Nebraska shortstop and pitcher was taken by the Atlanta Braves Monday in the second round of the Major League Baseball Draft.
The first round of the Major League Baseball Draft came and went Sunday night without Nebraska’s Spencer Schwellenbach hearing his name called.
The new NIL world could impact certain athletic departments' revenue streams if small businesses opt to spend money on student-athletes instead of cutting deals with universities.