After a day off the red hot Husker baseball team is back at Hawks Field today, where they are undefeated at 10-0 and bring a ten-game win streak into today’s game with Cal State-Fullerton, a team the Huskers have never beaten. The Titans own an 8-0 record against Nebraska and come into this two game series with a 1-5 road record. NU freshman Garret King will start today’s game.
Congratulations to Creighton baseball coach Ed Servais. He picked up his 400th coaching victory with the Bluejays on Sunday in their 8-3 win over Stony Brook. 400 wins, 237 losses, a .628 winning percentage. He has led the Bluejays to the NCAA tournament four times and guided the baseball program to the school’s first BIG EAST regular-season championship last season. The Bluejays hold an 19-7 edge on Air Force. The last meeting between the two teams came in 2011 as Creighton posted an 11-9 win on March 16. The two teams were scheduled to meet in 2013 but the game was washed out by rain. Air Force has taken three of the last four meetings. Coach Servais is 5-3 in his career against the Falcons.
Busy time for the Nebraska softball team. They’re over in Iowa for a doubleheader and it just gets busier. NU will play eight games against four opponents in three cities in the span of eight days. Some interesting stats. Nebraska is averaging 7.2 runs per game this season. The school record is 5.7 runs per game, set last season, the Huskers have won their last six Big Ten games, but are 0-6 on the road.