The Nebraska men took home the 2013 Big Ten Outdoor Track and Field Championships title on Sunday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. One individual champion, a relay victory and five second-place finishes led Nebraska to its first Big Ten outdoor title.
Michigan State baseball defeated Iowa on Mother’s Day at Duane Banks Field, 4-2. The Spartans (29-16, 10-8 Big Ten) got an outstanding performance out of sophomore Mick VanVossen on the mound. He allowed just two runs, one earned in the win. Blaise Slater and Justin Hovis both notched RBIs for the Spartans. Read full MSUSpartans recap and get all of Sunday’s scores, stats and recaps in this post.
Back-to-back national champ Northwestern and Penn State each recorded victories Sunday to advance to the NCAA tourney quarterfinals. Read about both teams’ wins in this post.
After a 6-0 loss to Nebraska on Friday, Minnesota tied up the series with a 4-3 victory Saturday at Siebert Field. With the win, the Gophers (29-17, 12-5) return to the top of the Big Ten standings after Indiana lost, 12-1, to Northwestern. Nebraska falls to 22-26 in the season and 13-7 in the conference. Read full GopherSports.com recap and get all of Saturday’s scores, stats and recaps in this post.
Saturday’s Big Ten softball tournament semifinals featured a pair of highlight catches. The first one came in the first game, when Wisconsin third baseman Michelle Mueller battled the sun, wind and fence down the left-field line to make the grab; the second one happened in the second game, when Nebraska catcher Taylor Edwards went to her knees to record the out near the backstop. Which catch was better? Watch both here and vote in this post.
No. 4 Wisconsin upset No. 1 Michigan, 9-3, and No. 3 Minnesota blanked No. 2 Nebraska, 1-0, in the Big Ten tournament semifinals Saturday in Lincoln. Neb. The Badgers and Gophers meet in the championship game at 1 p.m. ET Sunday on BTN/BTN2Go.
Nebraska claimed the lead on Day Two of the Big Ten Championships at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. The Huskers have 46.50 points, followed by Wisconsin with 44.50 and Minnesota with 35. Indiana sits in fourth place with 33 points and Ohio State has 23.