Tyler Wells still hasn’t allowed a run this season.
Wells, who blanked Kansas over six innings in his first start a week ago, has not allowed a run in 11.2 innings in winning his first two starts of the season.
The Wolf Pack, now 4-2, has won three in a row. Northern Illinois fell to 0-6.
The 6-foot-3 Wells battled through wildness to frustrate the Huskies. He walked seven -- at least one in every inning -- but continually pitched out of trouble.
Wells, who threw just 61 of his 109 pitches for strikes, got Alex Klonowki to bounce into a force out to end the first inning with two runners on base and got Klonowski to line out to left to end the fifth with two on.
Three Pack pitchers -- Sean Prihar, Daniel Levine and Adam Whitt -- combined to shut out the Huskies over the final 3.1 innings to secure the victory.
Prihar, Levine and Whitt allowed just two hits and no runs. The Pack bullpen had allowed 13 runs, 16 hits and 12 runs in the first five games.
The Pack pounded out 14 hits against seven Huskies pitchers for the easy victory. A couple of five-run innings in the seventh and eighth put the game away.
Brad Gerig had three hits, scored three runs and drove in two and Jamison Rowe, Austin Byler, Hugo Hernandez and Brooks Klein each had two hits as the Pack enjoyed its biggest offensive output of the young season.
Northern Illinois also helped the Pack cause, walking six Nevada hitters and hitting five with pitches.
Gerig and Hernandez each had RBI singles as the Pack took a 3-0 lead in the third inning. Gerig also drilled a solo home run for a 4-0 lead in the seventh.
Byler and Rowe each had a triple.