Pitcher Gareth Stroh transferring from Nebraska to Wichita State

Stroh played just one season in Lincoln, which was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic. He started on the mound in two games, finishing with a 1-0 record and a 6.10 ERA. 
Gareth Stroh
Courtesy: Nebraska Athletics

LINCOLN – Gareth Stroh’s career with Nebraska baseball certainly didn’t last long.

The Gibbon native announced on he’s transferring from the Huskers to Wichita State in an interview on ESPN 1460 in Kearney.

Stroh played just one season in Lincoln, which was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic. He started on the mound in two games, finishing with a 1-0 record and a 6.10 ERA.

Before Nebraska, Stroh played two seasons at Purdue and one at Coffeyville Community College. He’ll be a grad transfer immediately eligible to play under the new rule granting spring sport athletes an extra year of eligibility from the NCAA.

Stroh’s younger brother Seth will be a freshman for the Shockers this fall.

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