Huskers Win Game One Over Mavericks, 2-1 – University of Nebraska

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3/15/2023 | 6:30 PM

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The Nebraska softball group (17-8) picked up the first win of a doubleheader against Omaha Wednesday afternoon. The Huskers claimed the 2-1 victory over the Mavericks (13-7). 

Caitlynn Neal, Mya Felder and Katelyn Caneda all led the Big Red on offense, each tallying two hits whereas Ava Bredwell and Brooke Andrews added an RBI. Rachel Weber led the Omaha offense with two of the group’s three hits. 

Courtney Wallace picked up her 10th win in the circle, pitching the complete sport. Wallace held the Mavericks to three hits whereas hanging out 4. 

Kamryn Meyer (5-5) recorded the loss for Omaha. Meyer pitched 7.0 innings, giving up nine hits and two earned runs. 

The Huskers looked to attain immediately as Neal recorded a one-out double. Neal superior to 3rd after a floor out, but she was stranded as NU was held scoreless via one. 

Neal added her second hit of the day in the third inning with a two-out double to left field, however she was stranded in scoring place. 

Omaha reached scoring place within the bottom of the third after two walks put runners on first and second with two outs, but NU labored out of the inning, holding the Mavericks scoreless. 

Brooke Andrews received the Big Red on the board with a solo house run to left area within the prime of the fourth. The Huskers took the early 1-0 lead. 

The Mavericks responded with one within the backside of the fourth. A single from Rachel Weber put a runner on for Omaha. Marra Cramer hit a triple down the left subject line, scoring Weber, and tying the sport at 1-1. 

The Big Red regained the lead within the fifth with a string of singles. With one out, Neal hit a single up the center. Felder adopted with a single to proper field, and Bredwell added a single to left subject, driving in Neal. NU went forward, 2-1. 

Nebraska was able to hold Omaha, selecting up the 2-1 victory. 

The Huskers return to action at roughly 6:30 p.m. (CT) for the second recreation in a doubleheader in opposition to Omaha. Fans can listen to the action stay on the Huskers Radio Network and with the call from Nate Rohr. It may also be streamed on 

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