Sunday's Results

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Indiana 11, Illinois 3
The Indiana Hoosiers (28-12, 13-2 Big Ten) collected 15 hits and scored 11 runs on their way to the 11-3 victory over Illinois (23-17, 10-5 Big Ten) to win the weekend series. Brian Korte pitched five innings and struck out a career-high six to earn his first win of the season. The game was called in the top of the ninth inning after a 90-minute weather delay. Casey Rodrigue posted a three-hit day and scored two runs out of the leadoff spot and Brad Hartong matched him with three hits of his own to drive in a pair of runs. Hartong had seven hits in the three game series. Sam Travis registered two hits, including his seventh home run of the year and also scored three runs. Kyle Schwarber had just one hit but drove in three and scored a pair of runs. Scott Donley went deep for his fifth home run - a two-run homer in the top of the first inning. RECAP

Michigan 7, Nebraska 5
The University of Michigan baseball team held Nebraska to four hits on the game and put up crooked numbers in three separate innings in a 7-5 win on Sunday afternoon at the Wilpon Complex, home of Ray Fisher Stadium. The Wolverines pick up the win in the series finale to move back to .500 in the Big Ten this season. Benedetti was 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored. Maezes added two hits and two runs. Kelly drove in four runs for Nebraska. Fifth-year senior Logan McAnallen earned his second win in as many appearances, striking out three and allowing just one hit with two earned runs in 5.1 innings pitched. RECAP

Michigan State 15, Northwestern 3
The Michigan State baseball team finished off its weekend sweep of Northwestern with an exclamation point, pounding the Wildcats, 15-3, on Sunday afternoon at McLane Baseball Stadium. Joel Fisher and Blaise Salter both had three RBIs, while starting pitcher Cam Vieaux struck out five and yielded five hits in six-complete innings to earn the win. With the three-game sweep, MSU improved to 24-17 overall and 8-7 in Big Ten play. "It was a big weekend for us. I thought our guys really answered the bell after a tough series last weekend, so they deserve some credit," said MSU head coach Jake Boss Jr. "I thought we got better as the weekend progressed and that's a good sign. We put together some big at-bats today and hit a lot of balls hard." RECAP

Ohio State 11, Purdue 2
The Ohio State baseball team cruised to an 11-2 series-clinching victory over Purdue Sunday afternoon at Alexander Field. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 25-19, 6-9 in the Big Ten, while the Boilermakers fall to 11-29, 5-10 in conference play. "I like where we're at as a team right now," Ohio State head coach Greg Beals said. "We had a tough stretch to open Big Ten play. We've bounced back the last two Big Ten series and I like how we bounced back this weekend. After an extra-inning loss Friday it was good to come back and win the last two games on the road to take the series." Greve picked up the win to improve to 5-3 on the year while Dressler suffered the loss, falling to 2-2. Kuhn, Gretz and Nennig each tallied two-hit games while Gretz tied his career best with three RBI. RECAP

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