The series was originally scheduled for three games spread through this weekend, but in climate weather scheduled for Sunday forced a double header for Friday.
Kansas State started the game with 4 straight hits, which led to the big inning. The Huskers responded with a run on a Tyler Farst RBI single, making it a 5-1 game.
Jordan Roualdes (4-2) settled down after, pitching two scoreless innings, but he would give up 5 runs in the next two innings before being taken out of the game.
After the Husker bullpen combined for three straight scoreless innings, Kansas State scored 5 more runs in the 9th inning, bringing the lead to 15-1.
NU's Jordan Roualdes pitched 4 innings while surrendering 8 earned runs and 10 hits. He was taken out in the 5th inning after surrendering 2 runs without retiring a batter.
Kansas State starter Lance Hoge picked up his fourth win of the season after pitching 6 innings, while only surrendering one run. The 14 run loss for Nebraska is the worst loss at home since 1996. Game two of the double header starts at 6:05 from Hawks Field.
Nebraska (16-11-1, 4-5) vs. Kansas St. (21-8, 2-4)
Game 1 Friday, April 03, 2009
Hawks Field at Haymarket Park
NU: Jordan Roualdes 4-1, 4.54 KSU: Lance Hoge 3-2, 4.00
Nick Martini hits a 2-run single in the 1st to give KSU a 2-0 early lead
Jason King drives in a run on a fielder's choice, 3-0 KSU
5-0 KSU after one half innings
NU 1B Tyler Farst drives in Boomer Collins on an RBI single in the 1st. 5-1 KSU
KSU's Dane Yelovich grounded into an inning ending double play in the top of the third NU's Jordan Roualdes left in the 5th inning after giving up the 10th run of the ballgame.
The score is 10-1 entering the 9th
KSU Justin Bloxom drives in two more in the 9th, 12-1 KSU
KSU drives in 2 more runs after CF Khiry Cooper dropped a routine fly ball, 14-1 KSU
A balk brings in another run, 15-1 K-State
Final Score: KSU 15, NU 1
W: Hoge (4-2) L: Roualdes (4-2)
Game time: 3 hours 8 minutes KSU: 15 runs, 15 hits, 0 errors NU: 1 run, 9 hits, 3 errors