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Husker softball continues its winning ways


The 20th-ranked Nebraska softball team won its second straight Big Ten Conference road series finishing off the Illini with a 12-3, five-inning victory Sunday at Illinois. After rebounding from an opening loss to win a series at No. 23 Northwestern last weekend, Nebraska again bounced back from a series-opening loss to take the series at […] Read More »

Tatum Edwards does a little bit of everything as NU softball tops Creighton


The 20th-ranked Nebraska softball picked up a 5-2 victory over Creighton, Wednesday evening at Bowlin Stadium. Tatum Edward drove in a pair or runs, while junior Kylee Muir scored a career-high three runs. Tatum also earned the victory, striking out nine and allowing only four hits in 6.0 innings. Sophomore right-hander Emily Lockman came on […] Read More »

Two great pitchers set to square off against each other in NU-CU softball showdown


The 20th-ranked Nebraska softball team hosts Creighton on Wednesday in the first of two meetings with the Bluejays this season, at Bowlin Stadium. First pitch is set for 6 p.m. NU’s Tatum Edwards ranks 30th nationally among all active Division I pitchers with 58 victories and 24th with 19 career shutouts. CU’s Becca Changtrom returns […] Read More »

NU’s Decker named softball player of the week


Sophomore second baseman Hailey Decker celebrated her 20th birthday Monday by being named the Big Ten Player of the Week. Decker went 9-for-15 (.600) with one double, three homers, nine runs scored and 10 RBIs last week. She averaged more than two hits, two runs and two RBIs per game, while posting a 1.267 slugging […] Read More »

Edwards twins lead total team effort in NU softball’s big win over UNO


Tatum and Taylor Edwards put together impressive individual efforts as the 18th-ranked Nebraska softball team won a 10-0, five-inning game at Nebraska-Omaha. Tatum Edwards improved to 11-6 on the year by tossing a one-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts in only five innings. At the plate, Edwards finished 2-for-3 with a walk, a homer and three […] Read More »

Rick Bowden To Retire From KSHSAA After 18 Years


Rick Bowden, Assistant Executive Director of the Kansas State High School Activities Association has announced his decision to retire from the KSHSAA staff effective July 1, 2011. Mr. Bowden has been a member of the Association staff for eighteen years. During that time he was responsible for the administration of the sports of football, wrestling, baseball, softball and track and ... Read More »