(Neb.)- Husker Baseball Finishes Off Sweep Of Charleston
(Lincoln) – The Nebraska baseball team (9-8, 0-0 Big Ten) finished its first weekend sweep of the season on Sunday with a 6-2 victory over the College of Charleston Cougars (8-12, 0-0 CAA) .
In his fourth start of the year junior Jake Meyers continued to stifle opposing hitters, producing six shutout innings against the Cougars, allowing four hits and one walk, while striking out three. Meyers hasn’t allowed a run over his last 21.2 innings.
The Huskers offense got production throughout the lineup, as six different players recorded a hit. Five of NU’s six runs were scored by the bottom five hitters in the lineup, while Nebraska’s first two hitters, Mojo Hagge and Angelo Altavilla, each recorded a pair of RBIs.
The Huskers will now head to California, where they will play five games while school is out on campus for spring break. The Huskers play at CSU Bakersfield on Tuesday before playing four games in three days at Cal Poly starting on Thursday.
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