The Nebraska softball team wrapped up the Big Red Fall Classic early this afternoon with a 2-0 victory over Colorado State in an eight-inning game. The game was originally scheduled for 10-innings but was cut down two innings due to field conditions. Game two between Nebraska and Nebraska-Omaha was cancelled.
The only runs of the day came in the top of the fifth inning when Tristen Edwards blasted a double to deep right field to drive home both Alyvia Simmons and Rylie Unzicker. Both teams then went scoreless until the game was called after eight innings. The Rams outhit the Huskers 6-4 and the Big Red won by a final tally of 2-0.
Nebraska concluded the Big Red Fall Classic with a record of 2-1 and wrapped up the fall season with an overall record of 6-1. The Huskers will return to action on February 8-10 in Houston, Texas for the Lone Star Classic.