The Nebraska baseball team (14-16, 2-6 Big Ten) loaded the bases in the eighth and ninth innings, but left them all stranded in a 5-3 loss to Michigan State at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field on Sunday afternoon.
Junior righty Matt Waldron, who made his sixth start of the season, went 4.0 innings and gave up two runs (one earned run). Senior Matt Warren came out of the bullpen for the first time since 2014 and threw 2.2 innings and allowed one run. Paul Tillotson (0.2 inning), Jake McSteen (0.1) and Reece Eddins (0.1) each made relief appearances.
The Huskers return to action on Tuesday when they travel to Manhattan, Kan., to face Kansas State at 6:30 p.m. (CT).