Friday's Results

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ILLINOIS 4, MINNESOTA 3
Despite a two-hour rain delay at Siebert Field, Illinois clinched a spot in next week's Big Ten Tournament with a 4-3 victory over Minnesota. With losses by Michigan and Michigan State on Friday, the Illini moved into sole possession of fourth place in the Big Ten at 14-9 following their fifth consecutive win. The Illini bullpen only allowed two hits over the final 4.1 innings, as reliever Drasen Johnson earned the win and closer Bryan Roberts notched his sixth save. RECAP

INDIANA 7, OHIO STATE 2
For the first time since 1949, the Indiana Hoosiers (39-13, 16-7) have won a share of the Big Ten Championship in baseball. In an epic game on the road against fellow Big Ten title aspirant Ohio State (34-20, 15-8), the Hoosiers came from behind in the ninth inning to beat the Buckeyes 7-2 in 10 innings. RECAP

NEBRASKA 9, MICHIGAN 6
Nebraska had its spot at the Big Ten Tournament secured before the start of tonight's game following a loss by Michigan State, and with the 9-6 win over the Michigan Wolverines in front of a season-high 5,503 fans at Hawks field the Huskers locked up at minimum the No. 3 seed at the conference tournament next week in Minneapolis, Minn., at Target Field.  RECAP

PENN STATE 9, MICHIGAN STATE 0
Penn State tied up its final Big Ten series of the season on Friday afternoon, shutting out Michigan State 9-0 at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park. The Nittany Lions (14-35, 4-19 Big Ten) will close out the three-game set, as well as the 2013 season, against the Spartans (32-17, 11-9 Big Ten) tomorrow at 1:05 p.m. for Senior Day. Penn State will honor its eight players and manager in a ceremony at the commencement of the contest. RECAP

IOWA 9, PURDUE 5
Four runs scored following sophomore Nick Day's two-out, 10th inning double to lift the University of Iowa baseball team to a 9-5 extra inning victory over Purdue on Friday night at Alexander Field. RECAP

NORTHWESTERN 5, Wichita State
Northwestern starting pitcher Brandon Magallones was sharp on the mound for seven innings, but the Wildcats offense was handcuffed by Wichita State Friday night in a 5-0 loss at Eck Stadium in Wichita, Kan. RECAP

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