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The Big Ten on Tuesday announced the 2018 baseball individual award winners and All-Big Ten teams, as selected by the conference coaches. Illinois’ Bren Spillane was named the Big Ten Player of the Year, and Minnesota’s Patrick Fredrickson earned Pitcher and Freshman of the Year recognition. See the full team inside.

View the 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament bracket

The conference office announced the bracket for the 2018 Big Ten Baseball Tournament, held May 23-27 at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. The eight-team, double-elimination tournament begins Wednesday, with first-round games, and continues through Sunday’s championship game on May 27.

Minnesota downs Rutgers, claims outright Big Ten baseball crown

The No. 12-ranked Gopher Baseball team celebrated the 24th Big Ten Championship in program history after defeating Rutgers 5-3 at Bainton Field on Friday afternoon to win the title outright after clinching a share earlier in the week.

Michigan State agrees to pay $500M to settle Larry Nassar claims

Michigan State University agreed to pay $500 million to settle claims from more than 300 women and girls who said they were assaulted by sports doctor Larry Nassar in the worst sex-abuse case in sports history, officials announced Wednesday.

Matchups, dates set for 2018 Gavitt Tipoff Games

The matchups and dates for the 2018 Gavitt Games were officially released Tuesday afternoon. See the full list of the eight games, including Wisconsin at Xavier and Michigan at Villanova, inside.

Minnesota wins third straight Big Ten softball tourney crown

Second-seeded Minnesota won its third straight Big Ten Tournament Softball Championship, fourth in five years and fifth in school history on Sunday with a 9-6 win over No. 4 seed Northwestern in the title game at Wisconsin's Goodman Diamond.

Ohio State wins sixth straight Big Ten women's rowing crown

Ohio State won its sixth consecutive Big Ten title, and ninth overall, at the 2018 Big Ten Rowing Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis on Sunday. The Buckeyes recorded a perfect 192 team points, marking the first time a school has won all seven races since the current scoring format was introduced in 2013. Ohio State tallied wins in the second novice eight (7:06.832), first novice eight (6:55.738), third varsity four (7:28.402), second varsity four (7:16.111), first varsity four (7:13.262), second varsity eight (6:26.642) and first varsity eight (6:20.948) races. Michigan followed in second place with 163 points, Wisconsin