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INDIANA 9, Xavier 5
MICHIGAN 7, Central Michigan 0
MICHIGAN STATE 9, Eastern Michigan 3
NORTHWESTERN 3, UIC 1
OHIO STATE 1, Miami (Ohio) 0
Kent State 10, PENN STATE 0
Indiana State 4, PURDUE 3
INDIANA at Xavier, 3 p.m.
Central Michigan at MICHIGAN, 4:05 p.m.
MICHIGAN STATE at Eastern Michigan, 6:05 p.m.
UIC at NORTHWESTERN, 4 p.m.
Miami (Ohio) at OHIO STATE, 6:35 p.m.
PENN STATE at Kent State, 5 p.m.
PURDUE at Indiana State, 6 p.m.
All times ET
ILLINOIS 6, Missouri 2
IOWA 10, Western Illinois 6
MICHIGAN 2, Bowling Green 0
MICHIGAN STATE 4, Central Michigan 2
Kansas State 9, NEBRASKA 1
NORTHWESTERN 14, St. Francis (Ill.) 12
OHIO STATE 3, Youngstown State 0
Butler 8, PURDUE 4
ILLINOIS vs. Missouri, 7:30 p.m. 
Western Illinois at IOWA, 7:35 p.m., BTN.com
Bowling Green at MICHIGAN, 4:05 p.m.
Central Michigan at MICHIGAN STATE, 3:05 p.m.
NEBRASKA at Kansas State, 7:30 p.m.
St. Francis (Ill.) at NORTHWESTERN, 4 p.m.
Youngstown State at OHIO STATE, 6:35 p.m.
Butler at PURDUE, 6 p.m.
All times are ET
 St. Louis, Mo. (Busch Stadium)
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PURDUE 7, PENN STATE 5
worked 4 1/3 innings of scoreless relief to finish off the game and
offensively Purdue baseball took advantage of a number of Penn State
miscues on a rainy day at the ballpark, finishing off a three-game
series sweep with a 7-5 victory Sunday afternoon. RECAP
NEBRASKA 8, NORTHWESTERN 6
The Nebraska baseball team (11-15) improved to 5-1 in Big Ten play with
an 8-6 win on Sunday afternoon at Hawks Field, completing a three-game
sweep of the Northwestern Wildcats (10-9, 2-4 Big Ten). RECAP
MICHIGAN STATE 7, OHIO STATE 2
Michigan State opened the Big Ten season with a series win over Ohio
State after a 7-2 victory in the rubber-game on Sunday afternoon at Bill
Davis Stadium. The Spartans (15-8, 2-1) got a complete game out of
sophomore Mick VanVossen, the first of his career. He allowed seven hits and just two runs against the Buckeyes. RECAP
INDIANA 9, IOWA 6 (Game 1); INDIANA 6, IOWA 4 (Game 2)
Multiple schedule changes forced by inclement weather haven't interfered
with Indiana's rhythm one iota, winners of a school-record
15 straight games after completing a doubleheader, series sweep at Iowa
(9-13, 1-5 Big Ten). IU has not played a game on the originally set
time and date since March 16th vs. UAB, a string of nine consecutive
games on an altered schedule. The Hoosiers (22-3, 6-0) sit atop the Big
Ten standings after two weeks of conference play and have won 20 of the
last 21 games overall.
Oakland 6, ILLINOIS 3
Illinois came up short in its attempt at a four-game sweep of Oakland
on Sunday, falling 6-3 to the Grizzlies in the series finale at Illinois
Field. The Illini fell behind 5-0 early and were unable to complete the
comeback, but still won the series 3-1 and have an overall record of
PURDUE 5, PENN STATE 4
delivered a two-out RBI single to knock in the go-ahead run in the 10th
inning, lifting Purdue baseball to a 5-4 victory at Penn State Saturday
afternoon that clinched a weekend series win for the Boilermakers. RECAP
NEBRASKA 8, NORTHWESTERN 5
Trailing 4-0 heading into the bottom of the seventh inning, Nebraska took advantage of three Northwestern errors to score five runs on four hits. RECAP
OHIO STATE 8, MICHIGAN STATE 3
Ohio State evened the series with an 8-3
victory over Michigan State Saturday afternoon at Nick Swisher Field at
Bill Davis Stadium. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 16-7, 4-1 in
Big Ten play, while the Spartans fall to 14-8, 1-1 in conference play. RECAP
MICHIGAN 11, MINNESOTA 3 (Game 1); MINNESOTA 2, MICHIGAN 1 (GAME2)
Michigan and Minnesota split a twinbill on Saturday afternoon. MICHIGAN RECAP
| MINNESOTA RECAP
INDIANA 16, IOWA 5
Indiana had 23
hits from 11 different Hoosiers against Iowa (9-11, 1-3) en route to
extending their current winning streak to a school-record against
Division-I teams, 13 games. The baker's dozen of consecutive victories
is also the longest active streak in the country. RECAP
ILLINOIS 21, Oakland 8 (Game 1); ILLINOIS 3, Oakland 2 (Game 2)
Illinois swept a doubleheader over Oakland on Saturday in a pair of
very different games at Illinois Field. The Illini scored their most
runs under head coach Dan Hartleb
in a 21-8 victory in game one and followed it up with solid pitching in
a 3-2 win over the Grizzlies in game two. After winning the first three
games of the series, Illinois boasts an overall record of 17-6.
MICHIGAN STATE 8, OHIO STATE 7
Michigan State used a four-run eighth inning to come from
behind and top Ohio State, 8-7 on Friday night at Bill Davis Stadium.
The Spartans (14-7, 1-0) extended their win streak to eight while
earning their first win of the Big Ten season over Ohio State (15-7,
MINNESOTA 3, MICHIGAN 1
threw 103 pitches for his fourth-straight complete game to lead the
University of Minnesota baseball team to a 3-1 win over the University
of Michigan, today, at Wilpon Complex in Ann Arbor, Mich. With the win,
the Golden Gophers improve to 16-11 as they won their Big Ten Conference
NEBRASKA 10, NORTHWESTERN 9 (16)
RECAP COMING SOON...
PURDUE 6, PENN STATE 1
Jordan Minch worked eight innings of one-run ball and Purdue baseball provided him
some run support by scoring in five different innings, winning its
season opener at Penn State, 6-1, Friday afternoon. RECAP
ILLINOIS 4, Oakland 0
Senior Kevin Johnson
needed just 79 pitches to earn his third career complete-game shutout
in Illinois' 4-0 victory over Oakland on Friday night. The Midlothian,
Ill., native only allowed three hits and worked quickly in the series
opener, dispatching the Golden Grizzlies in one hour and 43 minutes, the
Illini's shortest game this season. The Orange and Blue scored three
runs in the first inning, including senior Justin Parr's
first home run of the year, and improved to 15-6 overall.
at MICHIGANFriday, March 29
LHP Tom Windle (3-2, 1.54 ERA) vs. LHP Logan McAnallen (1-1, 3.70 ERA)Saturday, March 30
RHP Ben Meyer (3-2, 2.79 ERA) vs. LHP Evan Hill (3-1, 2.21 ERA)Sunday, March 31
1:05 p.m., BTN.com
RHP Alec Crawford (0-1, 5.40 ERA vs. LHP Trent Szkutnik (2-3, 4.28 ERA)MICHIGAN STATE
at OHIO STATEFriday, March 29
6:35 p.m., BTN.com
RHP Andrew Waszak (3-1, 1.56 ERA) vs. RHP Jaron Long (4-1, 2.13 ERA)Saturday, March 30
3:05 p.m., BTN.com
RHP David Garner (4-0, 3.30 ERA) vs. RHP Brad Goldberg (3-0, 1.56 ERA)Sunday, March 31
1:05 p.m., BTN.com
RHP Mick VanVossen (2-1, 3.34 ERA) vs. LHP Brian King (4-2, 2.43 ERA)INDIANA
at IOWA Saturday, March 30
2:05 p.m., BTN.com
LHP Joey DeNato (3-1, 2.51 ERA) vs. LHP Matt Dermody (5-0, 1.91 ERA)Sunday, March 31
2:05 p.m., BTN.com
LHP Kyle Hart (4-0, 1.53 ERA) vs. RHP Andrew Hanse (1-1, 1.72 ERA)Monday, April 1
RHP Aaron Slegers (4-0, 1.53 ERA) vs. RHP Nick Hibbing (0-1, 3.00 ERA)NORTHWESTERN
at NEBRASKAFriday, March 29
7:35 p.m., BTN
RHP Zach Morton (3-0, 0.74 ERA) vs. RHP Christian DeLeon (2-2, 2.70 ERA)Saturday, March 30
RHP Luke Farrell (1-1, 2.25 ERA) vs. TBASunday, March 31
RHP Brandon Magallones (3-1, 3.09 ERA) vs. TBAPURDUE
at PENN STATE Friday, March 29
LHP Jordan Minch (2-3, 6.30 ERA) vs. RHP T.J. Jann (1-3, 5.19 ERA)Saturday, March 30
RHP Robert Ramer (2-2, 4.82 ERA) vs. RHP Steven Hill (1-4, 3.48 ERA)Sunday, March 31
RHP Brad Schreiber (1-3, 5.52 ERA) vs. LHP Greg Welsh (0-1, 3.68 ERA)Oakland
at ILLINOISFriday, March 29
LHP Jason Hager (0-3, 5.23 ERA) vs. RHP Kevin Johnson (3-1, 2.33 ERA)Saturday, March 30 (DH)
1 p.m., 3 p.m.
RHP Jake Paulson (0-3, 2.81 ERA) vs. LHP Kevin Duchene (2-0, 3.98 ERA)
RHP Tim Koons (2-3, 3.15 ERA) vs. RHP John Kravetz (2-0, 4.15 ERA)Sunday, March 31
RHP Chris Van Dyke (1-2, 6.48 ERA) vs. RHP Nick Blackburn (2-0, 4.44 ERA)
INDIANA 6, Louisville 2
Western Michigan 7, MICHIGAN 3
MINNESOTA 5, South Dakota State 1
NORTHWESTERN 3, Chicago State 1
Pittsburgh 10, PENN STATE 8