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BASEBALL   FRESH LINKS • July 19, 2014
Husker signees Garrett King and Luis Alvarado opt not to go pro.*
A focus on preparation has made Alex Gordon a star.
Nebraska gets a commitment from former Linoln Pius X star Jake Schleppenbach.*
Here's an update on how Huskers are doing in summer ball.
Playing summer ball in Minnesota, Will Boldt* aims to continue improving.
The OWH looks at Alex Gordon's journey from bust to all-star.*
A sprained wrist will keep Alex Gordon out of the All-Star Game.
Ryan Bolt is named a second-team All-American by Perfect Game.
In what's believed to be a first,* two former Huskers – Tony Watson and Alex Gordon – are selected to play in the MLB All-Star Game.
Husker signee Jake Meyers* strikes out 20 in a seven-inning no-hitter.
The Sam Houston State job goes to Matt Deggs, not Will Bolt.
Indiana head coach Tracy Smith takes the Arizona State job.
After an elbow injury in his senior year, former Husker Josh Scheffert is back in the game* with the the Laredo Lemurs of the American Association.
Check out this video of highlights from the Huskers' 41-21 season.
Ryan Boldt gets an invite to the Team USA training camp.
Will Bolt is a candidate for the Sam Houston State* coaching job.
Michael Pritchard lands with the St. Louis Cardinals* organization.
Kelly and Sinclair earn ABCA all-region recognition.
See where Huskers will be playing summer ball.
Pat Kelly* says he'll sign with the Twins* and pass up his senior season, and NU recruit Jakson Reetz* will sign with the Nationals.
Aaron Bummer says he plans to sign with the White Sox, while Pat Kelly continues weighing his options.
Monte Harrison* ends the suspense early* by agreeing to contract terms with the Brewers.
Juniors Pat Kelly and Aaron Bummer and senior Zach Hirsch are chosen in Saturday's rounds* of the MLB draft.
The Nationals draft Nebraska recruit Jakson Reetz* in the third round.
Baseball's Bill McGuire is Saturday's Legends Radio Show guest.
Monte Harrison* is selected in the MLB draft's second round by the Milwaukee Brewers as the No. 50 pick overall.
The MLB draft starts tonight, and NU's staff will be watching with interest.
Errors hurt as NU's season ends with a 4-3 loss to Cal State Fullerton.
Nebraska will again face Cal State Fullerton, 13-7 losers to Oklahoma State.*
NU rallies in the ninth and stays alive with an 8-6 win over Binghamton.
An eighth-inning grand slam sends the Huskers to defeat against Cal State Fullerton, 5-1. NU squandered a bases-loaded opportunity the previous inning.
Jake Placzek's wrist injury* could sideline him against Cal State Fullerton. More on today's tourney opener: Titans well-armed (1, 2*) | Small-ball trend* | Preview* | Notes | Region capsules
Chance Sinclair is named a third-team All-American by Collegiate Baseball
The NCAA berth is nice, but championships are Darin Erstad's goal.
Taylor Fish looks forward to some summer ball in Canada.
Darin Erstad remembers some lopsided losses in Stillwater. (Would you believe 37-18?)
NU will open in Stillwater against one of college baseball's hottest teams.
Nebraska is the No. 2 seed in the Stillwater regional* with Oklahoma State, Binghamton and Cal State Fullerton.* | Bracket | Capsules
The Huskers squander too many scoring chances as Indiana prevails, 8-4, in the title game of the Big Ten tourney before a crowd of 19,965. Four Huskers make the All-Tournament team.


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2014 SCHEDULE (41-21, 18-6)
2/14  Pacific* W 5-3
2/15  Oregon State* L 15-7
2/15  Gonzaga* W 7-4
2/16  Gonzaga* L 5-3
2/21  Oregon State** W 9-2
2/22  Washington** W 13-3
2/23  Utah** L 4-3
2/28  @ The Citadel L 6-3
3/01  @ The Citadel L 12-8
3/02  @ The Citadel W 4-0
3/07  St. John's W 12-4
3/08  St. John's W 7-6
3/09  St. John's W 14-7
3/11  Northern Colorado W 10-2
3/12  Northern Colorado L 9-2
3/14  UC Irvine L 7-6
3/15  UC Irvine W 13-4
3/15  UC Irvine W 7-4
3/19  Creighton W 5-4
3/21  @ Iowa L 2-1
3/22  @ Iowa W 5-1
3/23  @ Iowa L 8-4
3/25  @ Wichita State W 7-3
3/26  @ Kansas State L 12-6
3/28  UNLV L 5-2
3/29  UNLV L 5-4
3/30  UNLV W 5-3
4/01  @ Arkansas L 4-3
4/02  @ Arkansas W 6-4
4/04  Ohio State W 3-2
4/05  Ohio State W 4-3
4/06  Ohio State W 2-1
4/08  @ Creighton W 4-2
4/09  Kansas State L 10-6
4/11  @ Minnesota W 8-6
4/12  @ Minnesota W 5-2
4/13  @ Minnesota W 3-2
4/15  Kansas State W 14-5
4/16  Nebraska-Omaha W 17-6
4/18  Northwestern L 2-1
4/19  Northwestern L 3-2
4/19  Northwestern W 10-9
4/25  @ Michigan W 6-4
4/26  @ Michigan W 3-1
4/27  @ Michigan L 7-5
4/30  @ Nebraska-Omaha W 4-1***
5/02  Penn State W 13-3
5/03  Penn State W 9-2
5/04  Penn State W 8-4
5/10  @ Michigan State W 5-3
5/11  @ Michigan State W 4-1
5/12  @ Michigan State W 4-1
5/15  Illinois W 2-1
5/16  Illinois L 5-1
5/17  Illinois W 7-4
5/21  Ohio State W 7-6
5/22  Michigan State W 3-2
5/24  Michigan W 6-1
5/25  Indiana L 8-4
5/30  Cal State Fullerton L 5-1 ‡‡
5/31  Binghamton W 8-6 ‡‡
6/01  Cal State Fullerton L 4-3 ‡‡

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* Husker Classic, Tempe, AZ
** Pac 12/Big Ten Challenge, Surprise, AZ
*** Werner Park, Papillion, NE
‡ Big Ten Tournament, Omaha
‡‡ NCAA Tournament
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