Saturday's Results

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ILLINOIS def. Mississippi Valley State, 12-4
After scoring 15 runs on Friday, the Fighting Illini kept the bats rolling on Saturday against Mississippi Valley State, scoring 10 runs in the first three innings - including a six-run second - to beat the Delta Devils 12-4 and win the weekend series in front of 887 fans. Shortstop Thomas Lindauer went 2-for-2 with three walks and the first five hitters in the Illini order combined to go 11-for-20 with nine RBIs and eight runs. RECAP & BOX SCORE

IOWA def. INDIANA, 4-0
Friday night's 10-7 series opener seemingly used up all the offense as just four runs were scored in game two on Saturday, three of which were unearned. All four tallies came from the Iowa Hawkeyes (10-13, 3-2 Big Ten) as they evened the weekend series one game apiece, forcing a rubber game with Indiana (11-16, 3-2) on Sunday at 1:05 pm. RECAP & BOX SCORE

MINNESOTA def. MICHIGAN, 9-4
The University of Minnesota baseball team used eight runs in the first two innings of play to earn a 9-4 win over Michigan, today at the H.H.H. Metrodome. The Golden Gophers had nine players add a hit, while four had multiple hit games. With the win, Minnesota is guaranteed the series win after a 6-3 win on Friday. Minnesota and Michigan will also play tomorrow at 1:05 for the series finale. RECAP & BOX SCORE

OHIO STATE def. MICHIGAN STATE, 1-0
The Michigan State baseball team had its eight-game winning streak snapped Saturday afternoon in its Big Ten opener as Ohio State edged the Spartans in a pitcher's duel, 1-0, at McLane Baseball Stadium. RECAP & BOX SCORE

NORTHWESTERN def. NEBRASKA, 8-4
Freshman right-hander Brandon Magallones struck out a career-high 10 batters and improved to 5-0 on the season as Northwestern took advantage of six Nebraska errors in posting an 8-4 victory Saturday afternoon at Rocky Miller Park. RECAP & BOX SCORE

No. 19 PURDUE def. PENN STATE, 2-0
Both starting pitchers took no-hitters into the seventh inning, but it was No. 19 Purdue baseball that broke through and scored twice in the frame to defeat Penn State, 2-0, earning head coach Doug Schreiber his 400th career victory. RECAP & BOX SCORE

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