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OU was quiet through five on the back end of Saturday’s double header, but a five-run sixth inning closed the book on senior pitcher James Mulry.

Oklahoma’s dual threat, pitcher-shortstop junior Sheldon Neuse threw 2 1-3 innings of shutout ball, earning OU the save. On top of that, Neuse knocked in three runs, including a two-run double in the eighth.

Sunday would prove to be another slugfest for the Sooners, as they sent 13 runners home.

Sophomore pitcher Will Jahn was knocked around by OU, giving up seven runs in just two innings.

The Huskies’ bullpen did not fare much better; junior Nate Borges conceded three runs and junior Mike Driscoll allowed four without recording a single out.

Despite leaving 16 runners stranded on base on Sunday, Glavine did not seem alarmed.

“We are trying to keep things positive,” Glavine said. “The good part of this is that we managed to get all those runners on. Now we just need to work on getting them home. We need to get those big extra base hits to break the door down.”

2015 was Glavine’s first year with NU, and it was definitely a turnaround season for the Huskies. They had their best in-conference record (14-10) since joining the CAA in 2006.

After finishing third last season, NU is expected to repeat their standing behind regular season champions College of Charleston and tournament winners University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW).

Glavine’s expectations for the team are high, and he hopes to crack the top three again.

“I like to think we’ll be ready [for CAA play] after our 20 out-of-conference games,” Glavine said.

The Huskies will travel to Texas to take on Abilene Christian University this weekend in a four-game series before their annual exhibition game against the Boston Red Sox on Monday, Feb. 29.

Glavine said this will mostly be for fun, adding that whoever is available to pitch will be getting the mound.

“We have never played this game with a series before it, so we’re focused on winning against Abilene [Christian University],” he said.  

Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.