Kearney, Neb. – Northeastern State hit a two-out double in the bottom of the 10th inning to get past Nebraska-Kearney, 5-4, Saturday morning in Tahlequah, Okla. In an effort to beat the weather the Lopers (24-19, 17-12) and RiverHawks (24-18, 15-14) played a doubleheader on Friday and then started today’s series finale at 9 a.m. UNK remains in fifth place in the MIAA with NSU two games back in seventh. Senior right hander Mitchell Robinson (Golden, Colo.) became UNK’s all-time leader in starts by a pitcher when he took to the mound in the bottom of the first. This was start 49 for the four-year Loper, breaking the mark of 48 set by Jared Loschen (2007-10). By throwing six innings today, Robinson pushes his career total to 282.3, second most in school history behind Loschen (286.0). UNK heads to Fort Hays State (13-28, 5-22) on Wednesday night.