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Max Anderson Named Golden Spikes Award Semifinalist - Fan Voting Open

The Husker slugger is among college baseball’s elite company.

Nebraska Athletic Department

Nebraska’s Max Anderson was named one of 25 semi-finalists for the Golden Spike Award which goes to the top amateur baseball player in the nation. One Husker in history has won the award, Alex Gordon in 2005.

Anderson currently leads the Huskers in each of the triple crown categories, hitting .412 with 21 home runs and 69 RBIs.

He leads the Big Ten Conference in multiple categories including:

  • .412 batting avg
  • 93 Hits
  • 179 total bases (leads the nation!!)
  • .792 slugging percentage

He is also 2nd in the Big Ten with:

  • 1.250 OPS
  • 21 Home Runs
  • 69 RBIs

All this while committing only 2 errors on his way to a .991 fielding percentage playing second and third base.

Congrats Max!!!

Fan Vote

The fan vote for the Golden Spikes Award accounts for 5% of the voting process, and you can vote 25 times daily HERE!

You know what to do Husker fans!