Lawrence, Kan. – In a tough pitching battle, the Nebraska softball team (10-13) came up just short, falling to Kansas (7-19) by a score of 1-0.Olivia Ferrell (3-3) pitched a gem, going 6.0 innings – tying her longest outing this season. She gave up just one run on five hits. She also had one walk and three strikeouts. Ferrell also helped the team on offense, recording one hit. KU’s Brynn Minor improved to 4-10 on the season. She pitched a complete 7.0 innings and gave up six hits. She also had no walks and seven strikeouts. Nebraska out hit Kansas, 6-5. Peyton Glatter led the offense going 2-for-3. It marked the first multi-hit game of her career. Rylie Unzicker, Lindsey Walljasper and Sarah Yocom also had hits on the day.