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Today
6:00 PMCentral Conn. St. at Penn St.Watch
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7:00 PMBryant at RutgersWatch
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Wednesday Nov 22
1:00 PMSanta Clara at NorthwesternWatch
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Here's how to watch every game of the Big Ten softball tourney

The top 12 teams make the tournament, held at Penn State, and all 11 games air live on BTN/BTN2Go, starting with No. 6 Ohio State vs. No. 11 Rutgers at noon ET Thursday. View the complete tournament schedule and get links to watch each game on BTN2Go.

Perfect Maryland wins program's first Big Ten tourney crown

The top-seeded Maryland women’s lacrosse team won the 2016 Big Ten Tournament title after posting a 12-9 win over third-seeded Northwestern in the championship game Sunday afternoon at Lanny and Sharon Martin Stadium. [ MORE: Watch replay of the Maryland-Northwestern tourney title on BTN2Go ] The Terrapins’ Caroline Wannen tallied a hat trick, while Bryn Boucher, Taylor Cummings and Megan Whittle each produced two goals. Goaltender Megan Taylor tallied seven saves in the cage. Northwestern was led by Christina Esposito, who scored three goals. Cummings was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, leading a group of four Terrapins on the

Big Ten names, past and present, send Mother's Day wishes

One of the easiest days of the year to celebrate, today is Mother’s Day. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our full Gone Viral section! ] From all of us at Big Ten Network, here’s to wishing every Big Ten mom out there the happiest of Mother’s Days. Throughout the day Sunday, Big Ten names, both past and present, went to social media to send their mothers and/or wives Mother’s Day greetings. From former Wisconsin defensive lineman and current NFL superstar JJ Watt to ex-Purdue women’s basketball star and current BTN analyst Stephanie White, see some of the tweets

Video: Happy Mother's Day from 'The Journey'

Happy Mother’s Day to every Big Ten mom! [ MORE: Big Ten names, past and present, tweet Mother’s Day wishes ] To help celebrate the special day, our friends at “The Journey” went back into the archives to compile a montage of moments between Big Ten student-athletes and their mothers throughout the years of the award-winning series. Watch the full feature in the video above.

BTN LiveBIG: Penn State student learns at ‘glacial’ pace

It’s an experience that, at first blush, seems ideal for outdoor enthusiasts: Spend your days skiing, rappelling and ice climbing in a wintry wilderness. But there are a handful of downsides … sudden snowstorms and hidden crevasses, for example. Oh, and polar bears. Still, there’s nowhere else Penn State graduate student Kiya Riverman would rather be. She and her colleagues in the Penn State Ice and Climate Exploration (PSICE) are sitting on top of the world — literally — while researching glacial hydrology in Svalbard, a remote chain of islands roughly halfway between the northern coast of Norway and the

Michigan clinches ninth straight Big Ten softball crown

Michigan claimed its ninth straight Big Ten regular-season softball crown Saturday afternoon. [ MORE: Watch replay of Michigan’s win vs. Rutgers on BTN2Go ] The Wolverines run-ruled Rutgers, 11-1, in five innings to seal their latest conference championship. Sierra Romero went 1-for-1 with four RBI, including a two-run home run, while Tera Blanco, Aidan Falk and Faith Canfield all added two hits and three RBI apiece. Sara Driesenga allowed three hits and one unearned run en route to earning the victory. With the win, Michigan seals the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten tournament Friday at Penn State. The

Watch Nebraska coach Tim Miles' ride with the Blue Angels

If a Big Ten men's basketball coach was to fly with the Blue Angels, Nebraska's Tim Miles would be at the top of the list. Miles did just that Tuesday afternoon, taking a quick ride in the Nebraska sky.