Nebraska baseball's 2022 schedule was released Tuesday, with 15 home games set to be played in March, a visit to an MLB stadium, and a return to a normal Big Ten format.
After playing a pandemic-altered schedule in 2021, the Nebraska baseball team will navigate a return-to-normal schedule.
Mikey Pauley, the No. 1-ranked catcher in Kansas as well as a three-star quarterback recruit, will play both baseball and football at Nebraska beginning in the fall.
In high school, the power hitting outfielder from South Dakota had football offers from Wyoming and Kansas State, among others.
One of the headliners of Nebraska baseball’s freshman class is no longer with the program. Outfielder Chase Mason has left the team and is no longer listed on the Huskers’ online roster.
Sleeper will join two other junior college players in Nebraska's 2022 class.
Ryan Sleeper, a left-handed pitcher, announced his commitment to Nebraska baseball on Thursday. “It felt like home right away and felt like the place I wanted to be," he told The World-Herald.