The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 19, 1998, Page 8, Image 8

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    Weather causes woes
From Staff Reports
Tor the ninth and 10th consecu
tive times this season, weather caused
the cancellation of Nebraska baseball
The Cornhuskers were scheduled
to play a doubleheader today against
Chicago State at Buck Beltzer Field.
The games were canceled because
snow remained on the field from a
March 7 storm.
Nebraska returns to action
Monday when ihe Buskers travel to
Honolulu for the Rainbow Faster
Baseball Tournament. NU opens the
tournament against Lewis-Clark
State at 3 p nt.
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■ Jamie Rogers picks up
his second win of the spring
while Josh Madden adds a
third-place finish to lead
the Huskers to a win.
From Staff Reports
Jamie Rogers picked up his sec
ond win of the spring as the Nebraska
men's golf team won the Cleveland
Golf Collegiate Tuesday in Aiken.
The Cornhuskers put together
rounds of 290. 292 and 295 to shoot
an 877 led by Rogers and Josh
! Madden, who added a third-place
Furman finished one stroke
behind NU with rounds of 296, 293
and 289 for an 878. South Carolina
Aiken and Duke tied for third with
895s and Charleston rounded out the
top five at 898.
wogers. wno aiso won me
Huskers’ first competition of the
spring Feb. 23-24, shot rounds of 70,
75 and 70 to w in the tournament with
a two-over-par 215. Brian Scurlock
of Furman shot rounds of 74, 70 and
72 to post a second-place 216.
Madden earned his second top
three finish of the season finishing
third with rounds of 74, 71 and 72 for
a 217.
“We knew' what we were capable
of,” Madden said. “We just had to
prove it We need to show we have
what it takes to win.”
Steve Friesen also recorded a top
10 finish for Nebraska as he put
rounds of 69, 73 and 78 together for a
seventh-place 220. Scott
Gutschewski finished 19th w ith a 225
and Peter Smith finished 43rd with a
Though they managed to win the
tournament, the Huskers struggled
during the last day. NU led Furman
by seven strokes before the final
“Overall, I think we’ve done
extremely well,” Rogers said. “The
only thing we need to work on is fin
ishing off the tournaments. When
we’ve got them dowm. we’ve got to
keep them down. We have to domi
nate that last day.”
Nebraska returns to action March
28-29 at the Dr. Pepper
Intercollegiate in Pottsboro, Texas.