Nebraska 14, WSU 0 – Final
Nebraska 14, WSU 0 – top 9th
Nebraska 10, WSU 0 – bottom 8th. Three Husker freshmen, one making his first appearance of 2010, combining to hold WSU to one hit.
Cobey Guy follows his 1-2-3 inning with three walks and a hit batter to force in a run. Mateychick give us a two-run single. Nebraska 10, WSU 0.
Nebraska 7, WSU 0 – bottom 5th. WSU’s scoreless streak at Hawks Field extends to 23 innings.
Nebraska 7, WSU 0 – top 5th. Cobey Guy gives WSU its first 1-2-3 inning of the game in the bottom of the fourth. The Shockers have one hit – an infield pop up that landed in the middle of the diamond by Nate Goro.
Nebraska 7, WSU 0 – top 4th. Huskers add a run on a one-out walk, single, wild pitch and groundout.
Nebraska 6, WSU 0 - top 3rd. Shocker pitcher T.J. McGreevy gives up seven hits and six runs in 1.2 innings. Remington Johnson in for McGreevy. This looks like a copy of WSU’s 2006 trip to Lincoln, an 11-0 loss in which the Shockers didn’t compete. In 2008, WSU lost 3-0. McGreevy had two outs with a runner on third. Then he gave up five straight hits, including a two-run homer to Adam Bailey.
0-0 – top 2nd. The wind will be very, very tricky tonight. The flags on the right-field scoreboard are blowing straight in. The flags in left field are blowing out toward the foul pole. Pop ups and flyballs will be an adventure.
0-0 - WSU stretches its scoreless streak in Lincoln to 19 innings with two strikeouts and a flyball out in the first inning.
WSU lineup - SS Grimes, 2B Baez, RF Jones, DH Springer, LF Bennett, 1B Coy, C O’Brien, 3B Goro, CF Bayliff
Nebraska - CF Belfonte, DH Kiser, RF Bailey, SS Christensen, 3B Asche, LF Collins, 1B Thompson, 2B Peters, C Burleson