The Nebraska softball rallied on Sunday for their 18th win in a row. Nebraska swept a three game series from Minnesota over the weekend. Nebraska dominated the first two games of the series winning 7-0 on Friday and rolling over the Gophers 11-0 on Saturday. Sunday was a different story. Nebraska fell behind early then rallied for a dramatic 11-8 victory.
The Nebraska softball team (33-9, 13-0 Big Ten) tied the program record with the largest comeback in school history, rallying from an 8-1 deficit to defeat Minnesota 11-8 for its 18th consecutive win.
In the circle, Olivia Ferrell recorded the win, moving to 17-4 on the year. Ferrell pitched 4.1 innings, holding the Gophers to three hits and two runs while striking out four.
The Huskers return to action next weekend for a three game series in Madison, Wis., against the Badgers. Game one is set for Friday, April 22 at 5 p.m. (CT) while game two is Saturday, April 23, at 1 p.m. (CT). The final game will be Sunday, April 23 at 1 p.m. (CT).