October 3, 2015

State baseball tournament scores from 5/20/15

High school baseball

High school baseball

Class A Wednesday results 

Millard South 3, Omaha Westside 2
Lincoln Southwest 7, x-Millard West 3

Championship Thursday at Werner Park 

Millard South (28-7) vs. Lincoln Southwest (26-8), 10 a.m.
Omaha Westside (32-6) vs. Millard South-Southwest winner, to follow

Class B Wednesday results 

Lincoln Pius X 6, x-Omaha Gross 3
Norris 5, x-Elkhorn South 1

Championship Thursday at Haymarket Park

Game 14—Lincoln Pius X (20-6) vs. Norris (19-12), 10 a.m.
Game 15—If necessary

NU comes up short against Illinois as they set Big Ten win streak record

Nebraska lost to the Illini in the Big Ten Tournament (photo courtesy/Illinois Athletics)

Nebraska lost to the Illini in the Big Ten Tournament (photo courtesy/Illinois Athletics)

Big Ten Tournament, Illinois rallied to beat Nebraska 3-2.  The Huskers broke a scoreless tie in the top of the sixth with two runs on four straight hits, including back-to-back doubles from Tanner Lubach and Luis Alvarado. The Illini rallied in the bottom of the sixth with three singles and sac fly.  A bases loaded single in the bottom of the eighth put Illinois on top.  For Illinois, it’s their 27th win in a row that’s a Big Ten record.  Texas and Florida hold the NCAA record of 34.

Two-time All-Big Ten pitcher Chance Sinclair made his 31st career start on Wednesday night and gave the Huskers 5.2 strong innings, as he allowed two runs on four hits and two walks, while striking out four. Sinclair allowed one hit over the first five innings, with three of Illinois’ four hits off of Sinclair coming in the sixth.

Huskers play fifth seeded Michigan State today at 1 p.m.

Three Husker baseball players pick up All-Big Ten second team honors

Seven Nebraska players picked up Big Ten honors (photo/NU Athletics)

Seven Nebraska players picked up Big Ten honors (photo/NU Athletics)

The Nebraska baseball team has three players honored by the Big Ten on their all-conference second team.  Catcher Tanner Lubach, outfielder Ryan Boldt and starting pitcher Chance Sinclair made the list.  Illinois, the Huskers opponent in the Big Ten Tournament opener on Wednesday landed six players on the first-team.

Relief pitcher Josh Roeder was named to the third team, with a trio of young players making the All-Big Ten Freshman list.  Those players are pitcher Garett King, outfielder Luis Alvarado and 1B Scott Schreiber.

Illinois’ David Kerian was named Player of the Year, while teammate Tyler Jay garnered Pitcher of the Year accolades. Michigan’s Jake Bivens took home Freshman of the Year honors, while Fighting Illini mentor Dan Hartleb was tabbed Coach of the Year.

C – Jason Goldstein, ILL
1B – David Kerian, ILL
2B – Brandon Lowe, MD
SS – Adam Walton, ILL
3B – Mark Weist, MSU
OF – Casey Fletcher, ILL
OF – Jackson Glines, MICH
OF – Pat Porter, OSU
SP – Blake Hickman, IOWA

C – Tanner Lubach, NEB
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NU baseball will carry a four-game losing into the Big Ten Tournament

NU baseball

NU baseball

The Nebraska baseball team held a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the fourth inning on Saturday, before rain sent the game into a near two hour delay in Champaign, IL.  Eventually, the game was called and will not count in the standings.

The Huskers end the regular season with a 34-21 overall record, including a 9-14 Big Ten record and picked up the eighth seed in the conference tournament that begins Wednesday in Minneapolis at Target Field.

Nebraska will open against top seeded Illinois, who has won 26 games in a row. The Huskers will practice at Target Field on Tuesday at 5 p.m. and play the Illini Wednesday at 5:05 p.m.

Big Ten Bracket

First round 2015 state baseball tournament scores

High school baseball

High school baseball

Baseball state tournament–Class A
Omaha Westside 7, Grand Island 3
Millard North 9, Papillion-La Vista 8
Millard South 8, Millard West 2
Lincoln Southwest 4, Lincoln Southeast 0, suspended in the 5th inning, they play today at 2pm.

Monday’s schedule:

Game 5—Grand Island (20-8) vs. Papillion-La Vista (22-8), 4 p.m.
Game 6—Millard West (20-11) vs. Loser Game 4, 7 p.m.
Game 7—Omaha Westside (30-5) vs. Millard North (24-9), 4 p.m.
Game 8—Millard South (26-7) vs. Lincoln SW/Lincoln SE winner

Class B
Omaha Skutt 7, Seward 5
Elkhorn South 10, Norris 4
Omaha Gross 7, Elkhorn 4
Lincoln Pius X 9, Platte Valley 1

Monday’s schedule:

Game 5—Platte Valley (14-5) vs. Seward (13-6), 4 p.m.
Game 6—Elkhorn (18-10) vs. Norris (16-12), 7 p.m.
Game 7—Lincoln Pius X (17-6) vs. Omaha Skutt (17-9), 7 p.m.
Game 8—Omaha Gross (13-10) vs. Elkhorn South (21-5), 3 p.m.