Chamberlain was dominant against
Notre Dame last Friday, holding the Fighting Irish to just three hits over seven
innings. He posted his second-straight double-figure strikeout effort with a
season-high 11 Ks, including six of the first 11 hitters he retired in order. He
needed just 89 pitches to get through the seventh and left with NU ahead 10-0.
Chamberlain, who improved to 2-1 with a 1.29 ERA, has struck out 21 hitters and
walked just two in his last two outings.
This is the second Big 12 weekly
honor of the season for Chamberlain, who is on the watch list for the Clemens
and Brooks Wallace Awards, and the second time he has been selected as national
pitcher of the week during his career.
Chamberlain and the rest of the
sixth-ranked Huskers return to action on Friday afternoon, as they take on the
No. 30 Alabama Crimson Tide. First pitch is set for 2:05 p.m. at Hawks Field and
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