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Huskers, Bluejays split baseball double heade
Creighton pitcher Dan McCabe limited UNL to
only four hits as the Bluejays won the second game of
a doubleheader, 7-1, Tuesday at the UNL baseball
UNL took the first game 6-1 with the pitching of
Ryan Kurosaki and Dave Buehrer.
McCabe, with a 5-1 record, struck out seven
Huskers and allowed only one extra base hit, a first
inning double by UNL shortstop Bryant Akisada.
Ron Thornam and Steve Naval belted homeruns to
lead the Creighton assault on losing Husker pitcher
In the first game UNL showed some offensive
muscle of its own as the Huskers unleashed an 1 1-hit
Dick Anderson, with three hits, and Akisada, with
two, paced the Husker hitters.
Buehrer, a freshman from Downers Grove, III., got
the win, his fourth of the season without a loss.
UNL baseball coach Tony Sharpe didn't feel that
the Huskers were playing well after winning the first
"We weren't mentally ready to play," Sharpe said.
"We got a little lackadaisical and careless."
Crdighton's record now stands at 23-10. The
Huskers are 10-8-1.
The Huskers return to league action this weekend
when they host Kansas State for a three-game series.
According to Sharpe, the Kansas State series is a
crucial one for the Huskers.
The Wildcats are 5-6 and in fourth place in the Big
Eight while UNL is 4-5 and in fifth place.
"Kansas State has been coming along real strong,"
Sharpe said, "They've got a very fine pitching staff ."
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Husker shortstop Bryant Akisada... tags a Creighton runner while flipping the ball to first base in
action against the Bluejays Tuesday.
The tennis team will host a triangular meet with Colorado
and Iowa State starting this Friday at the Woods tennis courts.
Coach Jim Potter said it will be an uphill battle for UNL,
since Colorado finished second in the Big Eight last year. The
CU team has been conference runner-up for the past two years
and is expected to be one of the top teams again this yeai .
Iowa St. and Nebraska have last place in the Big Eight
during the last two years.
Jim Crew will be Nebraska's no. 1 man in the singles with
Dave Lux, Sig Garnett and Billy Roberts rounding out the top
During the triangular, Iowa State plays Colorado Friday
afternoon, and Nebraska plays Colorado at 9 a.m. Saturday
and Iowa St. at 1 p.m.
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