Nebraska Athletic Director Tom Osbourne announced on Sunday evening that Nebraska head baseball coach Mike Anderson has been fired after a 30-25 campaign and a 9-17 mark in Big 12 play. Anderson spent nine seasons with the Huskers with a career record of 337-196-2 record, including two Big 12 titles (2003 and 2005) and the school’s third College World Series appearance in 2005. In that season, Nebraska won a school-record 57 games and the Huskers captured the program’s first CWS victory. Continue reading
Mike Anderson of Nebraska is preparing for the upcoming season with his Husker baseball program. The Lincoln Journal Star checked in on them and talk about how the reduction in scholarships in the college baseball world has led to student-athletes who get partial scholarships. The Husker program spread the scholarship money between about 30 players which comes out to each scholarship athlete having .40 of a scholarship. The full article is available here.