Saturday's Results

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ILLINOIS def. OHIO STATE, 8-3
Illinois scored eight runs with two outs and John Kravetz tied the school record for wins by a freshman pitcher with his sixth victory as the Illini beat Ohio State, 8-3, to win the weekend series in front of 1,424 fans on Saturday. First baseman Jordan Parr was 3-for-5 with three RBIs and shortstop Thomas Lindauer reached base five times, stole three bases and scored twice to propel Illinois to its fourth-straight victory. RECAP & BOX SCORE

INDIANA def. Georgia Southern, 3-0
For the second straight day Indiana Baseball rode a dominant pitching performance to victory as Kyle Hart tossed a complete game shutout in IU's 3-0 win over Georgia Southern (22-19). Hart's shutout was the first for IU since Drew Leininger blanked Central Michigan back on March 14, 2010. RECAP & BOX SCORE

PENN STATE def. IOWA, 2-0
Penn State's Steven Hill outdueled Iowa's Matt Dermody Saturday afternoon in a 2-0 Nittany Lion victory over the Iowa baseball team at Duane Banks Field. Hill retired just two batters over the minimum in recording the first Penn State baseball no-hitter since 1995. RECAP & BOX SCORE

NORTHWESTERN def. MICHIGAN, 6-5 (11)
NORTHWESTERN def. MICHIGAN, 8-5

The University of Michigan baseball team was swept by Northwestern in a Big Ten doubleheader Saturday afternoon (April 21) at the Wilpon Complex, home of Ray Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines came back to tie the opener in the bottom of the ninth, but Northwestern outscored Michigan 3-2 in the 11th to win, 6-5. The Wildcats also won the nightcap 8-5, scoring four unearned runs. RECAP & BOX SCORES

MICHIGAN STATE def. MINNESOTA, 3-2 (11)
MINNESOTA def. MICHIGAN STATE, 4-2

The Michigan State baseball team split a doubleheader with Minnesota Saturday afternoon at McLane Baseball Stadium. The Spartans (25-13, 6-5 Big Ten) claimed a 3-2 victory on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the 11th inning in game one, but had their five-game winning streak snapped with a 4-2 loss in game two. RECAP & BOX SCORES

NEBRASKA def. #16 PURDUE, 8-3
In front of a season-high crowd of 6,257 fans at Hawks Field on Saturday afternoon, the Nebraska baseball team (26-14, 8-6 Big Ten) evened its series with the No. 16 Purdue Boilermakers at a game apiece with a 8-3 win. The Huskers outhit the Boilermakers 13-11 on the day, including four extra-base hits, while NU's pitching staff allowed just one extra-base hit. RECAP & BOX SCORE

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