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OHIO STATE 7, ILLINOIS 3
Ohio State earned its second-consecutive series win
with a 7-3 Sunday victory over Illinois at Nick Swisher Field at Bill
Davis Stadium. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 25-13 on the
season, 9-6 in Big Ten play, while the Illini fall to 24-12, 6-6 in the
PENN STATE 7, IOWA 4
Winning its first Big Ten series of the season, Penn State posted a 7-4 victory over Iowa on Sunday afternoon, with sophomores J.C. Coban and Taylor Skerpon driving in four runs in the fifth inning for the edge. The
Nittany Lions improve to a 10-25 overall record with a 2-10 mark in
conference play, while the Hawkeyes move to 14-20 and 2-9. RECAP
NEBRASKA 12, PURDUE 2
Nebraska defeated Purdue, 12-2, on Sunday afternoon, moving to .500 on the season. RECAP
Michigan and Northwestern split a doubleheader on Sunday afternoon. For Michigan's recap, click HERE
. Northwestern's recap can found HERE
INDIANA 10, Butler 3
No. 19 Indiana swept its three-game series
against Butler with a 10-3 victory at Bulldog Park on Sunday
afternoon. IU took games one (12-2) and two (5-2) at home on Friday and
Saturday. The Hoosiers scored their first eight runs with two outs.
Returning to the lineup for the first time this week, sophomore Kyle
Schwarber served as designated hitter and went 2-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored. RECAP
OHIO STATE 7, ILLINOIS 6
Ohio State picked up a 7-6 walk-off win over Illinois
in 10 innings Saturday afternoon at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis
Stadium. Brad Hallberg
lined a double into right-center to plate Greg Solomon
with the game-winning run to improve the Buckeyes to 24-13 on the
season, 8-6 in Big Ten play while the Illini fall to 24-11, 6-5 in the
INDIANA 5, Butler 2
Southpaw Kyle Hart
improved to 6-0 and the Indiana baseball team moved to 28-8 with a 5-2
victory over Butler (17-17) at Bart Kaufman Field on Saturday. The
Hoosiers will look to sweep the three-game series at Bulldog Park in
Indianapolis at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Butler scored both of its runs in the first, but that is all Hart
would allow, as he retired 15 of the final 17 batters he faced. The
sophomore surrendered four hits, struck out six and did not walk a
batter in six innings.
NEBRASKA 10, PURDUE 2 (Game 1); NEBRASKA 10, PURDUE 4 (Game 2)
Nebraska picked up his second doubleheader sweep of the week with a pair of wins over Purdue on Saturday at Alexander Field. After taking game one, 10-2, the Huskers rallied late with nine runs over the final two innings in the night cap to win 10-4. RECAP
NORTHWESTERN 6, MICHIGAN 0
helped Northwestern shutout Michigan, 6-0, on an unforgettable evening at
Farrell matched a career high by going nine innings on the bump.
He retired the first 12 Wolverines he faced before a single to center
field broke up his no-hit bid in the fifth inning. The right-hander
finished with nine strikeouts and allowed just three hits in his second
win of the season. RECAP
Iowa and Penn State split a doubleheader of Saturday afternoon. PENN STATE RECAP
. IOWA RECAP coming soon.
ILLINOIS 9, OHIO STATE 2
Senior Kevin Johnson
set a school record, and senior Justin Parr's
three-run triple put him closer to UI's hitting streak record in
Illinois' 9-2 win over Ohio State on Friday night. Johnson took a
no-hitter into the sixth inning and grabbed the top spot in school
history with 333 career innings pitched. Senior Justin Parr
extended his hitting streak to 22 games, as the Illini racked up
double-digit hits (14) for their fifth win in a row and allowed their
fewest hits on the year with two. RECAP
INDIANA 12, Butler 2
Behind a 12-run, 17-hit attack, the No. 19 Indiana baseball team
(27-8) defeated Butler, 12-2, at Bart Kaufman Field on Friday evening in
the first of a three-game series. Sophomore Scott Donley
went 4-for-4 with two runs batted in, two runs scored and two doubles
hitting in the clean-up spot behind sophomore first baseman Sam Travis
Travis blasted his sixth home run of the season and also added a pair
of doubles and RBI to go along with three runs in five at-bats.
at OHIO STATE
Friday, 6:35 p.m.
RHP Kevin Johnson (5-2, 2.52 ERA) vs. RHP Jaron Long (4-3, 3.53 ERA)
Saturday, 3:05 p.m.
RHP John Kravetz (3-1, 4.72 ERA) vs. RHP (Brad Goldberg (5-0, 2.42 ERA)
Sunday, 12:05 p.m.
RHP Ryan Castellanos (2-0, 3.47 ERA) vs. LHP Brian King (5-4, 2.34 ERA)IOWA
at PENN STATE
Friday, 6:05 p.m.
LHP Matt Dermody (6-1, 3.77 ERA) vs. RHP T.J. Jann (1-4, 3.79 ERA)
Saturday, 2:05 p.m.
RHP Andrew Hanse (2-2, 4.76 ERA) vs. RHP Steven Hill (1-6, 3.65 ERA)
Sunday, 12:05 p.m.
LHP Sasha Kuebel (1-7, 6.60 ERA) vs. TBAMICHIGAN
Saturday, 7:05 p.m.
LHP Trent Szkutnik (3-4, 3.59 ERA) vs. RHP Zach Morton (3-2, 1.90 ERA)
Sunday (Doubleheader), Noon, 2:30 p.m.
LHP Evan Hill (6-1, 1.89 ERA) vs. RHP Luke Farrell (1-2, 2.23 ERA)
LHP Logan McAnallen (2-2, 3.50 ERA) vs. RHP Brandon Magallones (4-3, 3.26 ERA)MICHIGAN STATE
Saturday, 3:05 p.m.
RHP David Garner (4-2, 3.55 ERA) vs. RHP Alec Crawford (1-1, 2.79 ERA)
Sunday, 2:05 p.m.
RHP Mick VanVossen (3-2, 3.38 ERA) vs. LHP DJ Snelten (3-0, 0.73 ERA)NEBRASKA
Friday, 7 p.m.
RHP Robert Ramer (2-2, 4.64 ERA) vs. RHP Christian DeLeon (4-2, 3.70 ERA)
Saturday, 7 p.m.
LHP Jordan Minch (4-4, 6.38 ERA) vs. LHP Aaron Bummer (1-0, 2.51 ERA)
TBA vs. LHP Kyle Kubat (1-0, 0.00 ERA)INDIANA
Friday, 6:05 p.m.
LHP Joey DeNato (4-1, 2.79 ERA) vs. LHP Eric Stout (6-3, 5.43 ERA)
Saturday, 4:05 p.m.
LHP Kyle Hart (5-2, 2.05 ERA) vs. TBD
Sunday, 1 p.m.
RHP Aaron Slegers (5-1, 1.59 ERA) vs. RHP Billy Laing (2-1, 4.19 ERA)
Ball State 5, INDIANA 3
Cincinnati 5, OHIO STATE 3
PENN STATE 7, Bucknell 6 (12)
INDIANA at Ball State, 3 p.m.
Eastern Michigan at MICHIGAN, 4:35 p.m., BTN.com
Central Michigan vs. MICHIGAN STATE, 6:35 p.m. 
Western Michigan at NORTHWESTERN, 4 p.m.
OHIO STATE at Cincinnati, 6:35 p.m.
Bucknell at PENN STATE, 7 p.m.
All times ET
ILLINOIS 12, Illinois State 1
IOWA 3, Nebraska-Omaha 1
MICHIGAN 8, Notre Dame 2
MICHIGAN STATE 7, Toledo 6 (12)
MINNESOTA 4, Augsburg 1
NEBRASKA 3, Arkansas 0
NEBRASKA 4, Arkansas 2
NORTHWESTERN 6, Wheaton College 0
Three Big Ten baseball teams are ranked or receiving votes in three out of four national polls. Click the links below to view each complete set of rankings.Baseball America
Michigan State (rv)
Ohio State (rv)USA Today/ESPN Coaches
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
ILLINOIS 6, PURDUE 4
Trailing 4-3 with two outs in the bottom of the eighth, sophomore David Kerian
tied the game with an RBI single to left, and two pitches later, redshirt-sophomore Reid Roper
belted the game-winning home run to right field. Fifth-year senior Bryan Roberts
secured Illinois' 6-4 victory over Purdue with a perfect ninth,
notching his third save and 12th scoreless inning of relief this season. RECAP
MICHIGAN 3, PENN STATE 2
Michigan made three early runs hold up
with 3.2 innings of scoreless relief in a 3-2 win over Penn State on
Saturday afternoon at the Wilpon Complex, home of Ray Fisher
Stadium. Michigan has now won eight games in a row and nine of its last
MICHIGAN STATE 6, INDIANA 5
Sophomore Jimmy Pickens homered to right field in the
bottom of the 10th inning, giving Michigan State a 6-5 win over No. 12
Indiana on Saturday afternoon at McLane Stadium. It marks the first
series victory for MSU over a ranked opponent in the Jake Boss era and
the second consecutive walk-off win in extra innings. RECAP
OHIO STATE 6, NEBRASKA 5
Ohio State outlasted Nebraska in 11 innings, winning
6-5 Saturday afternoon in front of 4,076 spectators at Haymarket Park.
The Buckeyes improve to 22-11 overall and 6-5 in the Big Ten while
Nebraska falls to 14-18 and 8-3 in the Big Ten. RECAP
MINNESOTA 6, NORTHWESTERN 3
Minnesota solidified a series win when it
defeated Northwestern, 6-3, today in Evanston, Ill. With a 4-2 win on
Friday and a 6-3 win today, the Golden Gophers have now won their first
three Big Ten Conference series as they improve to 6-2 in the league and
21-13 overall. RECAP
Kansas State 11, IOWA 4
Iowa fell to Kansas State, 11-4, on
Saturday at Duane Banks Field in the second game of a three-game set. The Wildcats (25-11) offense came alive, scoring 11 runs on 17
hits, after scoring one run on seven hits in the series opener Friday