Category Archives: Husker Baseball

Nebraska’s Scott Schreiber taken in ninth round of MLB Draft

Nebraska’s Scott Schreiber taken in ninth round of MLB Draft

Nebraska senior and utility player Scott Schreiber was selected in the ninth round of the Major League Baseball draft on Tuesday by the Houston Astros. Schreiber was the 282nd pick overall and the first Husker off the board in the 2018 draft. Schreiber finished his senior year batting .369 and finishing second the Big Ten…Read more »

Schreiber, Wilkening named second-team All-Big Ten, two other Huskers honored

Schreiber, Wilkening named second-team All-Big Ten, two other Huskers honored

The Big Ten Conference announced its all-conference team and individual awards on Tuesday. Nebraska had two players selected as second-team honorees. Senior infielder Scott Schreiber and junior catcher/designated hitter Jesse Wilkening each earned second-team honors from the conference. Freshmen Jaxon Hallmark and Gunner Hellstrom each made the All-Freshman Team. Sophomore Mojo Hagge captured Nebraska’s Big Ten…Read more »

Schreiber named semifinalist for Golden Spikes Award

Schreiber named semifinalist for Golden Spikes Award

Now that the season is officially in the books, several Nebraska baseball players await the Major League Baseball Draft on June 4-6th. The first Husker likely to be called is senior infielder Scott Schreiber. After being selected in the 26th round by the Tampa Bay Rays last year, Schreiber returned for his senior year to…Read more »

Huskers take series from Wolfpack

Huskers take series from Wolfpack

LINCOLN – Nebraska (19-22) did two things on Friday night it hadn’t done since March 10. Win back-to-back games, and win a series. The Huskers had another solid night offensively, and another solid night of Waldron pitching on the mound in a 9-6 victory over the Nevada Wolfpack (21-18) in front of an energetic crowd at…Read more »

Huskers top Wolfpack behind big seventh inning, solid bullpen

Huskers top Wolfpack behind big seventh inning, solid bullpen

LINCOLN – It got Nebraska no closer to the Big Ten Tournament, but any kind of win was much needed for this team. The Huskers (18-22) got exactly that on Thursday night, defeating Nevada 9-4 at Haymarket Park for just the second series-opening win of the season. “We just kept grinding,” Nebraska coach Darin Erstad…Read more »