March 3-5, 2023
U.S. Bank Stadium| Minneapolis, Minn.
Friday, March 3 – 11 a.m. CT
Pitching: LHP Emmett Olson (1-1, 4.22 ERA) vs. LHP Carter Holton (0-0, 4.91 ERA)
TV/Streaming: B1G+
Radio: Huskers Radio Network – Lincoln (1400 AM),, Huskers App

Saturday, March 4 – 3 p.m. CT
Pitching: RHP Jace Kaminska (1-0, 4.91 ERA) vs. TBA
TV/Streaming: B1G+
Radio: Huskers Radio Network – Lincoln (1400 AM),, Huskers App

Sunday, March 5 – 1:30 p.m. CT
Pitching: LHP Caleb Clark (0-0, 10.38 ERA) vs. LHP Xavier Rivas (0-0, 7.88 ERA)
TV/Streaming: B1G+
Radio: Huskers Radio Network – Lincoln (105.3 The Bone),, Huskers App
Nebraska is set to take on a talented field at the Cambria College Classic at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis this weekend.
The Huskers open play with No. 7 Vanderbilt at 11 a.m. on Friday. The Big Red continue play against Hawaii at 3 p.m. on Saturday, before wrapping up the weekend slate with No. 4 Ole Miss at 1:30 on Sunday.
All three games this weekend can be seen on B1G+. Fans can listen to Greg Sharpe and Ben McLaughlin call the action this weekend on the Huskers Radio Network. The games on Friday and Saturday can be heard on KLIN (1400 AM) in Lincoln, while Sunday's game will be carried on 105.3 The Bone. Every game this season can be heard for free on and the Official Nebraska Huskers App for both iOS and android devices.
Nebraska vs. Vanderbilt
• Friday's game between the Huskers and Commodores marks the first all-time meeting between the two programs.
Nebraska vs. Hawaii
• Through 23 games, Hawaii holds a 15-8 advantage over Nebraska in the all-time series, dating back to 1978.
• The Huskers hold a two-game win streak in the series with victories of 4-3 in 2015 and 2-1 in 1998.
• Saturday's meeting will be the second game between the two teams on the mainland. The Huskers and Rainbow Warriors played the first 22 games in The Aloha State, before meeting at the Houston College Classic in 2015.
Nebraska vs. Ole Miss
• Sunday's game between NU and Ole Miss is the first all-time meeting between the two programs.
Big Red in U.S. Bank Stadium
• Nebraska is 2-2 all-time in games played at U.S. Bank Stadium.
• With a conference-only schedule in 2021, the Huskers played non-traditional doubleheaders against Ohio State and Iowa on Friday-Saturday, March 12-13.
• NU swept the Buckeyes and Hawkeyes on day one, before suffering losses to the two teams on the second day.
Anderson Swings Hot Bat at the Plate
• Despite an 0-for-7 start to the season at the plate, Max Anderson is hitting a blistering .448 to lead the Husker offense through seven games.
• Overall, the Omaha native has two doubles, a home run, seven RBI and five runs.
• In NU's last five games, Anderson is hitting a scorching .600 (12-for-20) at the plate, while holding a .680 on-base percentage and .850 slugging percentage.
• Anderson enters the weekend with a six-game hitting streak, including five consecutive multi-hit games.
Long Ball & Extra-Base Hits Fuel NU Offense
• Through its first seven games, the NU offense is hitting .299 with 16 doubles, 1 triple, 12 home runs and a .512 slugging percentage.
• It took the Huskers 12 games to reach 16 doubles and five more games to reach 12 home runs as a team in 2022.
• In 53 games last season, the Huskers totaled 79 doubles, 51 homers and a .400 slugging percentage.
Big Red Brought the Brooms to Mobile
• With the three-game sweep at South Alabama last weekend, Nebraska picked up its first road non-conference series sweep in a traditional three or four-game format since the Huskers swept Hawaii-Hilo to start the 2005 campaign.
Numbers to Know
2- With No. 7 Vanderbilt and No. 4 Ole Miss this weekend, Nebraska is set to face two top-10 foes in the regular-season for the first time since 2019.
29 – The NU offense has 29 extra-base hits through the first seven games in 2023. In comparison, the Huskers didn't reach 29 extra-base hits until the 13th game last season.
10 – Brice Matthews has reached base safely in 10 consecutive games, dating back to last season.
8 – With four strikeouts last weekend, Shay Schanaman is eight strikeouts away from tying Zach Kroenke for 10th-best in program history with 196 career strikeouts.
2 – Nebraska and Hawaii have played in 23 all-time meetings, but this weekend's matchup marks the second time the two teams will play on the mainland.

Huskers Prepare for Desert Mountain

The Nebraska men's golf team returns to action as they travel to Scottsdale, Ariz. for the Desert Mountain Collegiate March 4-5. 

The tournament will tee off at 9:00 a.m. (CT) on Saturday with a shotgun start. Teams will complete 36 holes on Saturday before wrapping up with 18 more on Sunday. The teams will be playing at the Outlaw Course in Desert Mountain and its Par-72, 7,107-yard layout. 

16 teams are set to compete in Scottsdale. Nebraska is joined by Big Ten foe Michigan, who hosts the tournament. No.42 Little Rock checks in as the highest ranked team in the field. USC, DePaul, Miami (OH), UConn, New Mexico State, Central Michigan, Santa Clara, Illinois State, UTEP, Louisiana-Monroe, Lipscomb, Mississippi State, and South Dakota State round out the rest of the teams set for action. 

Nebraska competed in the Desert Mountain Collegiate a year ago, finishing fourth place and two strokes off the team title in their best performance in spring 2022. Will Marshall, who will golf out of the No. 1 spot in the Husker lineup in this year's tournament, finished tied for 46th, carding a 228 (+12). He is also coming off a strong performance at The Prestige in Palm Springs, Calif. Feb. 20-22, where he finished tied for 47th, buoyed by a third-round 71 (E). 

Marshall is joined by Jeremy Sisson atop the Husker lineup. Sisson has also competed in every event for the Huskers this season, holding a 73.93 stroke average through 14 rounds in 2022-23.

Grant Jabenis is making his third lineup appearance this season for the Big Red following a career-high third place finish at The Prestige Individual tournament in Indio, Calif. Feb. 20-22. Jabenis also tied his career-low round twice, with two 71 (E) scores and will look to continue his strong play. 

Reed Malleck (Jr., York, Neb.) will golf out of the No. 5 spot in the Nebraska lineup after finishing The Prestige with a 54-hole score of 236 (+23). 

Rounding out the Husker contingent in Scottsdale is true freshman Evan McDermott. McDermott is making his fourth straight lineup appearance for Nebraska. McDermott, the native of Spring Lake, Mich., carries a 74.90 stroke average through 11 rounds into this weekends action. 

For live updates from Scottsdale, make sure to follow Nebraska Men's Golf on Twitter/Instagram @HuskersGolf.

Desert Mountain Collegiate
Scottsdale, Ariz. 
Outlaw Course at Desert Mountain (Par 72, 7,107 Yards)
March 4-5, 2023


Saturday, March 4 (Rounds 1&2) - 9:00 a.m. (CT) - Shotgun Start
Sunday, March 5 (Round 3) - 9:00 a.m. (CT) - Shotgun Start

Live Scoring:

Participating Teams
Miami (OH)
New Mexico State 
Central Michigan
Santa Clara
Illinois State
No. 42 Little Rock
Louisiana Monroe
Mississippi State
South Dakota State

Nebraska Lineup
1. Will Marshall (Sr., Elburn, Ill.)
2. Jeremy Sisson (Jr., Skaneatles, N.Y.)
3. Evan McDermott (Fr., Spring Lake, Mich.)
4. Grant Jabenis (So., Omaha, Neb.)
5. Reed Malleck (Jr., York, Neb.)

Huskers Set for Tri-Meet At Utah State

The Nebraska women's gymnastics team is set to take on Utah State and Alaska Anchorage on Friday, March 3 in Logan, Utah. The meet is set for 8 p.m. (CT) and will be streamed live on Utah State's website ( 
The last time the Huskers faced Utah State was in 2017, when NU picked up the win. Nebraska leads the series, 17-9. Alaska Anchorage and NU last faced each other in 2006, with Nebraska claiming the win. The Huskers lead the series, 2-0.
Last Time Out
NU is coming off of a conference loss to No. 4 Michigan. The Wolverines claimed the victory with a score of 198.275 while the Huskers finished the meet with a team score of 196.850. 
Despite the loss, the Big Red saw numerous team season highs and individual season highs. 
Scouting the Competition
Utah State is coming off of a loss to BYU, falling to the Cougars 195.425-196.450. Senior Alivia Ostendorf led the Aggies claiming the vault title with a 9.900 and the floor title with a 9.900 as well. Brianna Brooks earned the all-around title for Utah State with a score of 39.050. 
Alaska Anchorage fell to BYU on Wednesday, 190.125-196.350. The Seawolves have wins over Simpson College and William and Mary this season. Senior Rachel Decious leads Alaska Anchorage as the only senior on the roster. 
Follow the Huskers
Fans can follow the Huskers on Facebook at NebraskaWGym, Twitter at HuskersWGym or Instagram at HuskersWGymnastics for live updates during the meet. Fans can also watch the meet live on

Huskers Head to Hillenbrand Invitational

The Nebraska softball team (9-6) continues its non-conference schedule as the Huskers travel to Tucson, Ariz., this weekend, March 3-5. NU will face four teams including its sixth-ranked opponent in No. 16 Arizona while playing a total of five games.
The Big Red will open with Weber State on Friday, March 3. The game is set to begin at 11 a.m. (CT). Following game one, Nebraska will face TAMU - Commerce. First pitch will be at approximately 2 p.m. (CT).
On Saturday, the Huskers will take on Weber State for the second time at 1 p.m. (CT). Nebraska will face No. 16 Arizona following the completion of the first game. First pitch with the Wildcats will be at approximately 4 p.m. (CT). 
NU will finish the weekend on Sunday with a game against CSUN at 10 a.m. (CT). 

Fans can listen to all five games live on the Huskers Radio Network and with the call from Nate Rohr. Four of the games will be streamed live on FloSoftball (subscription required) while the game against Arizona will be on 

Leading Off
  • The Huskers will play their sixth game against a top-16 opponent this season when they face No. 16 Arizona. 
  • Nebraska's pitching staff leads the conference with seven shutouts. The Huskers are just two shutouts away from matching the 2022 shutout total (9). 
  • In the circle, NU has better than a 2:1 strikeout to walk ratio.
  • The Huskers are 7-1 when scoring more than two runs in a game this season. 
  • NU has held nine opponents to one run or less through the first 15 games.
  • Billie Andrews has hit four of her six home runs in the lead off at-bat. 
  • The Big Red will travel to Arizona this weekend, the home state of four Huskers (Alina FelixSydney GrayCaitlynn Neal and Haidyn Warner). 
  • In 10 games against non-top-10 teams, the Husker pitching staff is 9-1 with a 0.44 ERA and seven shutouts.  
  • NU will face four opponents this weekend. The Huskers will take on Weber State, Arizona, CSUN and Texas A&M Commerce. This will be the first meeting between Nebraska and Texas A&M Commerce. 

Nebraska by the Numbers 

  • The Huskers lead the Big Ten in shutouts with seven and are ranked seventh in the NCAA. 
  • Billie Andrews is second in the conference and 10th in the NCAA in home runs with six to start the season. 
  • Kaylin Kinney has made seven appearances in the circle. She holds a 0.84 ERA, the third-lowest mark in the Big Ten. 
  • Courtney Wallace has tallied three shutouts this season, the most in the conference and sixth-most in the nation. 
  • Wallace has recorded the second-most wins in the circle across the Big Ten this season with five. 
  • Nebraska returns 11 players from a 2022 squad that claimed the Big Ten Tournament title and reached the NCAA Tournament. 
  • The Huskers 2023 team features seven newcomers including six freshmen and one transfer. 

Opponents by the Numbers

  • No. 16 Arizona is currently eighth in the nation and first in the Pac-12 in scoring. The Wildcats average 7.62 runs per game. 
  • Arizona also leads the Pac-12 in on-base percentage with a team average of 0.428.
  • Junior Carlie Scupin has tallied 19 RBIs this season for the Wildcats, a number that ranks 20th in the NCAA. 
  • CSUN leads the Big West with a .967 fielding percentage. 
  • The Matadors hold a .210 batting average and a 
  • Sophomore Kaylee Escutia leads CSUN with 11 hits and a .379 batting average. 
  • Texas A&M - Commerce holds a .184 batting average through 16 games this season.
  • Freshman Kaydee Bennett leads the Lions with a .313 batting average. 
  • Weber State is second in the Big Sky with a .276 batting average. 
  • Fifth year McKell McCuistion has been dominate for the Wildcats this season, tallying 22 hits including five doubles and nine RBIs while holding a .478 batting average. 

Huskers Sweep No. 74 Ball State

La Jolla, Calif. – The No. 50 ranked Nebraska men's tennis team (7-5, 0-0 Big Ten) picked up a 4-0 sweep over No. 74 Ball State on Thursday afternoon at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club.
The Huskers started the afternoon with a strong performance in doubles play to jump out to a 1-0 lead. William Gleason and Calvin Mueller picked up a 6-3 win on Court 1 over Ball State's Vince Orlando and Nathaniel Webster. Nic Wiedenhorn and Leo Linquet also won on Court 2, 6-1, against Danilo Kovacevic and Parrish Simmons.
Roni Hietaranta and Shunya Maruyama were down, 5-6, on Court 3, but the match went unfinished.
In doubles play, the Huskers continued their dominance. Wiedenhorn defeated Ball State's Jacks Lancaster on Court 6, 6-1, 6-1, and Linquet won on Court 2 with a, 6-1, 6-2, victory against Orlando.
Gleason clinched the overall sweep for Nebraska on Court 5, 6-1, 6-2, against Sajin Smith.
The teams decided that the three remaining matches would go unfinished. Hietaranta was leading, 6-4, 4-4, on Court 1, Maruyama was leading 6-4, 4-3, on Court 2 and Mueller up a set 7-5, 1-4, on Court 4.
The Huskers will now be taking part in the Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championship, also at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club, starting on Thursday night and continuing through the weekend. 
NU then returns home to take on Omaha on Saturday, March 11 at 10 a.m. CT at the Sid and Hazel Dillon Tennis Center.
Tennis Match Results
Nebraska vs Ball State
March 2, 2023 at La Jolla, California (La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club)
#50 Nebraska 4, #74 Ball State 0
Singles competition
1. Roni Hietaranta (NEB) vs. Nathaniel Webster (BSU) 6-0, 4-4, unfinished
2. Leo Linquet (NEB) def. Vince Orlando (BSU) 6-1, 6-2
3. Shunya Maruyama (NEB) vs. Danilo Kovacevic (BSU) 6-4, 4-3, unfinished
4. Calvin Mueller (NEB) vs. Eli Harran (BSU) 7-5, 1-4, unfinished
5. William Gleason (NEB) def. Sajin Smith (BSU) 6-1, 6-2
6. Nic Wiedenhorn (NEB) def. Jacks Lancaster (BSU) 6-1, 6-1
Doubles competition
1. William Gleason/Calvin Mueller (NEB) def. Vince Orlando/Nathaniel Webster (BSU) 6-3
2. Nic Wiedenhorn/Leo Linquet (NEB) def. Danilo Kovacevic/Parrish Simmons (BSU) 6-4
3. Roni Hietaranta/Shunya Maruyama (NEB) vs. Jacks Lancaster/Eli Herran (BSU) 5-6, unfinished
Match Notes:
Nebraska 7-5; National ranking #50
Ball State 8-4; National ranking #74