BASE: National Perspective

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Click HERE to see where your favorite Big Ten teams and players rank among the NCAA's stat leaders.

Notable (top 25):
Michigan State is 16th with 20 triples on the year.

Indiana is 21st, averaging 1.49 home runs per game.

Illinois ranks 14th with 101 stolen bases this season.

The Spartan defense is 11th with a .976 fielding percentage.

Penn State (1.11) and Michigan (1.09) rank 16th and 21st, respectively, in double plays turned per game.

Indiana's Alex Dickerson is third in home runs (20) and total bases (158), fourth in slugging percentage (.827), 16th in RBI (63), 19th in hits (81) and 25th in average (.424).

The Hoosiers' Jerrud Sabourin ranks 24th with 80 hits.

Purdue's Tyler Spillner is eighth with seven triples, while Michigan's Patrick Biondi is 17th with six.

Penn State's Ben Heath has 17 home runs to rank 11th.

Illinois' Willie Argo is sixth with 37 stolen bases.

Ohio State's Alex Wimmers ranks fifth win an ERA of 1.61 and sixth with nine wins.

Purdue's Matt Bischoff has eight victories, coming in at No. 21.

Northwestern's Paul Snieder is 11th with 10 saves, while Illinois' Bryan Roberts is 14th with nine.

Minnesota's Seth Rosin continues to lead the nation, averaging 0.6 walks per nine innings. Northwestern's Francis Brooke is fourth (0.84), and Purdue's Bischoff is 25th (1.41).

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