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Lincoln, NE – The Huskers (36-8-1, 15-5-1) took two games from Louisiana-Lafayette winning 4-3 in both games.Ã‚Â The winsÃ‚Â mark the 4th consecutive victory for the Huskers and is the 250th victory for Head Coach Mike Anderson.Ã‚Â
Game 1 – The first game was a continuation of a unfortunate pattern, Johnny Dorn pitches a great game yet doesn’t walk away with a victory.Ã‚Â Johnny pitched for 7.2 innings, scattered 5 hits, struck out 11 and gave up 3 earned runs.Ã‚Â Ã‚Â However, when he left the game, the scored was knotted at 3.Ã‚Â
Dorn ran into a little trouble with 2 outs in the 7th when Zach Herr came in and struckout the last batter to end the inning.Ã‚Â In the bottom of the frame, Cody Neer knocked in the go ahead run to put Herr in position to earn the win.Ã‚Â Herr came out for the ninth and after a leadoff popout, he struck out the final two batters to seal the win.Ã‚Â With the win, Herr moved to 3-0 on the year.
Cody Neer powered the Husker offense in game one with a 2 for 4 day and 2 RBIs.Ã‚Â Ben Kline, Mitch Abeita, and Nick Sullivan also added 2 hits apiece to help lead the charge.
Game 2 – The nightcap was a 14 inning thriller that ended with Mitch Abeita hitting an RBI grounder up the middle to score Jake Mort from 2nd in walk-off fashion in the bottom of the 14th.
The MVP of the game might be Mike Nesseth though.Ã‚Â Mike came in to relieve Dan Jennings in the 9th and threw 3 innings, not allowing a single hit and striking out 6.Ã‚Â He helped keep the Rajin Cajuns at bay until the Huskers could put up a run and walk away with a victory.Ã‚Â Erik Bird came in to relieve Nesseth and pitched two scoreless innings to earn his 3rd win.
Aaron Pribanic got the start ahead of Thad Weber who couldn’t be with the team so he could be present for the birth of his first child.Ã‚Â Pribanic went 6 innings and gave up just 2 earned runs in a nice bounce back from a few rough starts in recent weeks.
Dan Johnston, Jake Opitz, Mitch Abeita and Bryce Nimmo all chipped in 2 hits apiece.Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Mort drew a leadoff walk in the bottom of the 14th and stole 2nd before Abeita drilled the ball up the middle to score Mort for the game winner.Ã‚Â
The Huskers used a dramatic 2-run 9th inning to tie it and send it into extra innings.Ã‚Â They scored both runs with 2 outs, including the 2nd on an error by the 3rd baseman to tie it up.
The Huskers take the week off for finals week before Texas A&M Aggies come to town in what is turning out to be the showdown for the Big XII title.Ã‚Â The Aggies enter the series having won 15 straight Big XII games, a league record.Ã‚Â They lead the league in about every offensive category and are just behind the Huskers in pitching.Ã‚Â It will be the 2nd time this year that Haymarket has played host to two Top 10 nationally ranked teams.Ã‚Â The first time was when Nebraska played Wichita State, who was then #5 in the country.
The Aggies are ranked as high as #6 (and as low as #10) coming into this week.Ã‚Â The first pitch is set for 6:35 pm on Friday night with Johnny Dorn getting the start.Ã‚Â Hopefully, we can see Johnny pitch well AND pickup a win in one game.