Nebraska Baseball’s Season in Review

Posted By: Peter Terpstra
pterpstra@klkntv.com

LINCOLN – The 2014 Huskers produced a turnaround season for the program.

Nebraska played in an NCAA Regional and won more than 40 games for the first time since 2008 bringing a winning culture back to Haymarket Park.

                  – The Huskers finished the season 41-21.
                  – Nebraska made the Big Ten Tournament championship game for the second year in a row.
                  – Nebraska lost to the Indiana Hoosiers in the conference tournament championship for the second year in a row.
                  – Omaha played host to the Big Ten Tournament where Husker fans shattered attendance records packing almost 20,000 fans into TD Ameritrade Park for the final game.
                  – Chance Sinclair emerged as a dominant ace earning third-team All-American honors by Collegiate Baseball.
                  – Husker fans got a glimpse of freshman phenom Ryan Boldt who finished his first campaign batting .311, with 71 hits, 31 RBI and scoring 47 runs.
                 
Channel 8’s Peter Terpstra takes you through the ups and downs of Nebraska’s 2014 baseball season.