OMAHA — Momentum and confidence go a long way at the College World Series.
"The expectation year in and year out should be to host a regional (and) have a chance to go to Omaha."
Henrichs is no rookie to the CWS' umpiring crew. Even still, "it does make it special" when that call arrives on the third Monday of May.
After being shut out for most of the game, a pair of eighth-inning home runs allowed the Bulldogs to overcome a stellar pitching effort.
A 15-strikeout performance by Vanderbilt wasn't enough to beat North Carolina State.
Anderson had a .332 batting average and 61 hits.
“I grabbed Will after the game, handed him a game ball and I just told him, ‘That’s one of the better performances ever here.’”
The gloomy days of 2021 seemed far away as the College World Series made a triumphant return to TD Ameritrade Park on a sunny Saturday.
Nebraska's Spencer Schwellenbach was named a first-team selection on the ABCA/Rawlings All-America baseball team Saturday.
"It tells me I better start winning," Nebraska coach Scott Frost said with a smile as he spoke to a crowd of about 60 during the Big Red Blitz.
Christo thought football was his sport until the end of his sophomore season. Next month, he'll be mulling over a pro baseball contract.
Will Bolt expects Spencer Schwellenbach to pursue a pro career, calling it a "foregone conclusion" he will be a high draft pick.
Jelkin, recently named a first-team Super-Stater, went 5-0 with a 1.20 ERA and 80 strikeouts this season.
Nebraska coaches spread over the state Wednesday for the Big Red Blitz Tour, including Scott Frost in Kearney and Will Bolt in West Point. Pho…
Alex Gordon, who retired from baseball last fall, will be this year's torchlighter, the State Games officials announced.
In the latest "Things I know" column, we cover Lee Sterling's lack of confidence in Adrian Martinez, and put some transfer news into perspective.
The beauty was in the imperfections. Those who played at Buck say it fit the Huskers: "Hard-working, blue-collar, straight to the point-type people."
Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett talk through a wild month of June, headlined by the baseball team's run and football recruiting.
The cupboard is far from bare as the Cornhuskers begin to figure out how to back up their 34-14 season and their first regional final since 2007.
Nebraska AD Bill Moos believes it's harder to be the hunted than the hunter, which is why he should help Will Bolt as much as he can.
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The Millard West product, already named the Big Ten freshman of the year, hit .332 with seven home runs this season.