Category Archives: Husker Baseball

Nebraska Baseball Commit Announces Reopening of his Recruitment

Nebraska Baseball Commit Announces Reopening of his Recruitment

Nebraska baseball recruit Brett Wozniak announced Tuesday night that he’d be reopening his recruitment. The 6-foot-1, 175 pound left handed pitcher verbally committed to NU earlier this year. Before he committed, the Garden Grove, California native out of Cypress High School was named one of the top five uncommitted prospects in Southern California by PrepBaseballReport.com. …Read more »

Will Bolt Gets his Husker Homecoming

Will Bolt Gets his Husker Homecoming

Bill Moos stood at the podium on the sixth floor of Memorial Stadium, getting ready to introduce the 24th head coach of the Nebraska baseball program. “I’m starting to get used to this,” the NU Athletic Director told reporters. Now with the hiring of Will Bolt, Moos has replaced all three head coaches of the…Read more »

KGFW Sports – Bolt Named Husker Head Coach

KGFW Sports – Bolt Named Husker Head Coach

Will Bolt is returning to his alma mater as head coach. Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos named Bolt the 24th head coach of the Husker baseball program on Friday. Bolt brings 16 years of coaching experience to the Nebraska program, including five seasons on the Husker baseball staff and four years as a head coach at…Read more »

Nebraska’s Colby Comes Recognized as a First Team Selection to the NCBWA’s Freshman All-America Team

Nebraska’s Colby Comes Recognized as a First Team Selection to the NCBWA’s Freshman All-America Team

Husker infielder/right handed pitcher Colby Gomes was named to the NCBWA (National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association) Freshman All-America first team, the NCBWA announced on Monday. Gomes played both first base and was a closer in 2019, but was recognized on the first team solely for his work as a reliever. In 19 appearances, the 6-foot-5,…Read more »

KGFW Sports – Warren Will Lead Big Ten

KGFW Sports – Warren Will Lead Big Ten

The Big Ten has its sixth commissioner in conference history. The conference announced its replacement for the departing Jim Delany at a news conference on Tuesday morning—Kevin Warren. Warren, who was the Vikings’ chief operating officer, becomes the first African-American commissioner of a Power Five conference. Delany announced in March that he would be retiring…Read more »