LINCOLN, Neb. -- Another Husker is off the board at the MLB Draft.

Senior pitcher Emmett Olson was drafted by the Miami Marlins in the fourth round of the draft on Tuesday.

The Illinois native was the opening-day starter for the Huskers this season. He had a career ERA of 3.83.

Olson was the third Husker, and fourth player with Nebraska ties, to be drafted this year. He was followed six rounds later by his teammate Jace Kaminska. 

Kaminska stared his career at Wichita State before transferring to the Huskers. He was taken in the 10th round by the Colorado Rockies.

Their teammates Brice Matthews and Max Anderson were selected on Sunday. Also taken on Sunday was UNO third baseman and Hastings native Mike Boeve.