Huskers Visit Shockers for Exhibition on Saturday The Nebraska baseball team travels to Wichita, Kan., on Saturday to face Wichita State in a fall exhibition game at Eck Stadium, starting at 2 p.m. (CT). The Huskers and Shockers will play 12 innings, as each team welcomes a new skipper for the upcoming season. Nebraska Head Coach Will Bolt and Wichita State Head Coach Eric Wedge each enter their first year in 2020. General admission tickets for the contest are $5 and can be purchased at GoShockers.com/tickets or by calling 316-978-FANS. All military and first responders will valid I.D. will receive free admission to the game. In April 2018, the NCAA Division I Council adopted legislation to allow two fall exhibitions that do not count toward a team’s 56-game spring schedule. Last fall, Nebraska hosted Wichita State (Sept. 22) and Kansas (Oct. 6) in exhibition games at Hawks Field. The Huskers went 32-24 during the 2019 regular season en route to their fourth NCAA Tournament appearance in the last six years. NU posted a 15-9 record in Big Ten play to tie for third in the conference before finishing runner-up at the conference tournament. Last season, Wichita State went 28-31 overall and posted a 9-15 record in American Athletic Conference play. In the all-time series between Nebraska and Wichita State, the Huskers hold a narrow 26-25 advantage. The two teams last met in the regular season in March 2018, when the Shockers won 2-of-3 games on their home field.