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Huskers Command Series Victory with a Resounding Win

In a spectacular show of force, Nebraska equaled its highest run tally of the season, demolishing Maryland 16-4 in a shortened seven-inning game at Hawks Field at Haymarket Park on Sunday.

The Huskers, now 25-12 overall and 8-4 in the Big Ten, unleashed a 16-hit barrage. Meanwhile, Maryland fell to 25-16 and 6-9 in conference play, managing just six hits and committing four errors.

Key Performances:

  • Cayden Brumbaugh was just a home run short of hitting for the cycle, batting 3-for-4 with a double, a triple, and three RBIs, scoring three times.
  • Tyler Stone contributed significantly with a 3-for-5 performance, including a two-run homer.
  • Riley Silva notched three RBIs on two hits.
  • Cole Evans and Joshua Overbeek each added two hits, with additional contributions across the lineup.

Pitching Standouts:

  • Will Walsh improved his season record to 4-2, delivering over five innings with seven strikeouts and allowing four runs.
  • Kyle Froehlich and Kyle Perry added quality relief, with Perry closing the game with a scoreless seventh inning.

Game Recap: The Huskers took an early lead with Stone’s two-run homer in the first inning. They continued to build momentum, capitalizing on Maryland’s errors and maintaining offensive pressure throughout the game, highlighted by multiple multi-run innings.

Nebraska’s offense was relentless, with a significant fifth inning where they extended the lead by five runs on seven hits and several Maryland misplays. The team responded to a brief Terrapin rally in the sixth by adding five more runs, ensuring a comfortable lead.

The victory was sealed by Perry’s perfect seventh inning, culminating in a 16-4 run-rule win.

Up Next: Nebraska continues its homestand, hosting Kansas on Tuesday, April 23, at Hawks Field at Haymarket Park. The first pitch is scheduled for 6:05 p.m., promising another exciting matchup.

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