Sunday's Results

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MICHIGAN 8, PENN STATE 1
Sophomore Matt Ogden pitched six innings of scoreless relief, as Michigan scored multiple runs in three different innings in an 8-1 win over Penn State Sunday afternoon at the Wilpon Complex, home of Ray Fisher Stadium. Michigan has now won nine games in a row and sweeps consecutive Big Ten series for the first time since 2008. RECAP

MICHIGAN STATE 5, INDIANA 3
For the third straight day, Michigan State defeated No. 12 Indiana in the last at-bat of the game at McLane Stadium. The Spartans (21-11, 5-4) led 5-3 heading into the ninth but a Michael Basil two-RBI double evened the game. With two outs and bases loaded in the ninth, sophomore Ryan Krill smacked a single to left field, sending home Ryan Richardson for the winning run. RECAP

MINNESOTA 7, NORTHWESTERN 1
Minnesota baseball head coach John Anderson established his 500th career conference win with a 7-1 victory over Northwestern, today in Evanston, Ill. The win also marked a sweep over the Wildcats as the Golden Gophers improve to 22-13 on the season and 7-2 in Big Ten play. RECAP

OHIO STATE 7, NEBRASKA 4
Ohio State held on to beat Nebraska Sunday afternoon at Haymarket Park, 7-4. The Buckeyes take two of three from the Huskers and improve to 7-5 in the Big Ten and 23-11 overall. Brian King went 7.0 strong innings for the Buckeyes to pick up the win and improve to 5-4. King allowed no runs on three hits and two walks while striking out three. RECAP

ILLINOIS 17, PURDUE 6
Senior Justin Parr and the hot-hitting Illini offense made it a memorable Bleacher Bum Barbecue at Illinois Field on Sunday. Justin Parr hit for the cycle, notched four runs and four RBI and extended his career-high hitting streak to 20 games in Illinois' 17-6 victory over Purdue. The Illini matched their season-high for hits from Friday night with 20 and completed the sweep of the Boilermakers in front of 2,574 fans, the sixth-largest home crowd in school history. RECAP

IOWA 5, Kansas State 3
Iowa dropped the third and final game of its weekend series with Kansas State on Sunday at Duane Banks Field, falling 5-3. Kansas State won the three-game series, taking the final two games. The Hawkeyes won the series opener, 6-1, on Friday. RECAP

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