Sunday's Results

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After winning the first two games of the Ohio State series behind strong pitching, timely hitting and solid defense, the Illini issued seven free bases, managed only one two-out hit and made their first error in five games as the Buckeyes avoided the sweep with a 10-4 win in front of 1,062 fans at Illinois Field on Sunday. The loss snaps Illinois' four-game winning streak and drops the Orange and Blue to 22-17 overall, 5-7 in the Big Ten. RECAP & BOX SCORE

Georgia Southern def. INDIANA, 9-1
A quality start from Chad Martin was wasted on Sunday as the Hoosiers failed to complete the series sweep, falling 9-1 to Georgia Southern (23-19) in Game Three. Indiana (18-22, 6-6 Big Ten) wraps up its current eight-game homestand on Tuesday, hosting the Miami (OH) RedHawks. RECAP & BOX SCORE

The University of Iowa baseball team beat Penn State, 4-2, Sunday afternoon in the series finale at Duane Banks Field. The Hawkeyes scored three first-inning runs and never looked back en route to snapping a three-game losing streak. RECAP & BOX SCORE

Junior/sophomore John DiLaura hit a 3-2 pitch into centerfield to score freshman Dylan Delaney and lift the University of Michigan baseball team to a 5-4 walk-off win over Northwestern Sunday afternoon at the Wilpon Complex, home of Ray Fisher Stadium. RECAP & BOX SCORE

Junior third baseman Torsten Boss delivered a game-winning, base-loaded single in the bottom of the 10th inning to give Michigan State a 5-4 walk-off win over Minnesota Sunday afternoon at McLane Baseball Stadium. The extra-inning triumph gave the Spartans (26-13, 7-5 Big Ten) their third straight series victory over the Gophers, a first in series history for MSU. RECAP & BOX SCORE

#16 PURDUE def. NEBRASKA, 8-3
The Nebraska baseball team got a 3-for-4 performance from Richard Stock and Michael Pritchard extended his hitting streak to 18 games, but it wasn't enough as the Huskers dropped the series finale to the No. 16 Purdue Boilermakers by a score of 8-3 on Sunday afternoon in front of 6,014 fans at Hawks Field. Stock finished the three-game series by going 8-for-12 with one home run and three doubles to raise in average to .459 during Big Ten play. RECAP & BOX SCORE

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