Sunday's Results

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ILLINOIS def. INDIANA, 11-6
Matt Milroy struck out a career-high 10 hitters over five scoreless innings of relief and Justin Parr blasted a two-out grand slam in the sixth inning to lift the Illini to an 11-6 win and a series victory over Indiana in front of 939 fans on Sunday. Milroy struck out the side twice and fanned five consecutive Hoosiers at one point to earn his first victory on the season and help Illinois improve to 17-12 overall, 3-3 in the Big Ten. RECAP & BOX SCORE

NEBRASKA def. IOWA, 9-8
A game-tying two-RBI triple from Pat Kelly followed by a walk-off single from Kale Kiser completed a dramatic ninth-inning comeback by the Nebraska baseball team (22-12, 5-4 Big Ten) on Sunday afternoon at Hawks Field, as the Huskers rallied for a 9-8 win to take the three-game series over the Iowa Hawkeyes, 2-1. RECAP & BOX SCORE

MICHIGAN STATE def. MICHIGAN, 10-6 (13)
The University of Michigan baseball team fell short in its attempt for the three-game sweep over Michigan State on Sunday (April 8), falling, 10-8, in 13 innings at the Wilpon Complex, home of Ray Fisher Stadium. Michigan came back to take the lead in the sixth, then broke a tie in the eighth but gave up a run in the ninth and two in the 13th to snap a three-game winning streak. RECAP & BOX SCORE

OHIO STATE def. MINNESOTA, 4-1
The Ohio State baseball team swept Minnesota for the first time since 2001 with a 4-1 victory Sunday at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium. With the win, the Buckeyes move to 18-12 on the year, 5-4 in the Big Ten, while Minnesota falls to 17-16, 3-3 in conference play. RECAP & BOX SCORE

#19 PURDUE def. NORTHWESTERN, 8-4
Purdue went in front for good with a four-run fourth inning as the 19th-ranked Boilermakers took the series finale with Northwestern 8-4 Sunday afternoon at Rocky Miller Park. RECAP & BOX SCORE

PENN STATE def. Canisius, 4-3
After senior Sean Deegan (Readington, N.J.) played hero on Saturday afternoon, it was sophomore Zach Ell's (Plains, Pa.) turn on Easter Sunday. With two outs in the bottom of the ninth and the game tied at three, Ell doubled in freshman Aaron Novak (Ambler, Pa.) to give the Nittany Lions their sixth-straight win. RECAP & BOX SCORE

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