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There are several players in this weekend’s Big Ten Baseball Tournament who will likely be playing in the majors in a few years down the line.
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Day 4 of the 2015 Big Ten Baseball Tournament featured two outstanding games.
As the old saying goes, “One man’s trash is another’s treasure.” But most people don’t take that proverb as literally as Fern Gookin, University of Maryland graduate and co-founder and project manager at Recycled Artist In Residency (RAIR) in Philadelphia.
Taylor Cummings recorded six points as the top-seeded Maryland women’s lacrosse team (20-1) took down No. 4 seed Syracuse (16-8), 10-8, in the NCAA semifinals Friday at PPL Park. The Terrapins advance to their third straight NCAA final with the win.
Big Ten fans have been treated to plenty of outstanding individual plays in the first three days of the 2015 Big Ten Baseball Tournament.
The No. 3-ranked University of Michigan softball team rallied from an early deficit and staved off a late comeback to knock off No. 14 Georgia, 7-6, and claim an NCAA Super Regional sweep on Friday evening in front of 2,582 fans at the Wilpon Complex, home of Alumni Field.
It was just over 24 hours ago that Michigan State’s Ryan Krill demolished a go-ahead grand slam to deep right field in the bottom of the eighth inning to help No. 5 Michigan State rally past No. 8 Nebraska, 9-7.
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