Ryan Brown saved his best for the biggest game of the year. With a share of the inaugural Big Ten crown on the line, Brown exploded for eight goals to lead Johns Hopkins to a 15-12 win Saturday night.
The brackets for the inaugural Big Ten lacrosse tournaments are out, and Johns Hopkins (men) and Maryland (women) highlight the fields. [ MORE: Follow @BTNLax for all updates and video highlights ] The Blue Jays clinched the men’s top seed by winning at rival Maryland, which had already clinched a share of the inaugural Big Ten regular-season crown, on Saturday night. The Terrapins (17-0, 5-0) locked up the women’s top seed in a 13-10 win over Penn State on Thursday. Get links to watch the inaugural Big Ten lacrosse tournament games on BTN2Go and BTN Plus below. M: No. 3
More than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, and a new case emerges in this country at a rate of nearly once per minute. The upsurge in this illness has sparked a desire to fight back — especially among those who have lost loved ones affected by the disease and want to find a cure. One of those people is Penn State men’s basketball coach Patrick Chambers, who watched his father struggle with Alzheimer’s during the final years of his life. He didn’t have to go far to find a valuable ally in the fight against this terrible affliction.
The greatest rivalry in men’s college lacrosse lived up to the hype on Saturday night. Junior Ryan Brown was phenomenal on the biggest stage, scoring eight goals to lead Johns Hopkins to an impressive 15-12 victory over Maryland in a Big Ten men’s lacrosse matchup. “It feels good to get this win, especially in a rivalry as traditional as this,” Brown said following the game. “We’re starting to peak at the right time.” With the win, the Blue Jays earn a share of the Big Ten regular season championship, as well as the top seed in the upcoming Big Ten
Paul Chryst knows the culture of this school and state. He knows, loves it, sells it and embraces it ... and most importantly, he understands it. That’s what makes Chryst so perfect for this job. He’s a natural in Wisconsin red. And, it showed today in Wisconsin's spring game.
And, that's a wrap. Saturday featured the Big Ten's last three spring football games of the year. Iowa, Michigan State and Wisconsin were in action on the final Saturday of the Big Ten spring season.
Fresh off a second straight Final Four run, former Wisconsin hoops stars Josh Gasser and Duje Dukan got the chance to serve as honorary coaches at the Wisconsin spring football game Saturday afternoon. [ Watch the replay of Wisconsin’s spring game on BTN2Go ] Gasser was in charge of the White team, while Dukan coached the Red team. In doing so, Gasser made the choice to dress up like New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. He is sporting the classic cut-off hooded sweat shirt look, with the long sleeve undershirt and khakis. Dukan is imitating Wisconsin Athletic Director Barry
Coming off a season that saw Ohio State take home the national championship, the highlight of a successful 2014 bowl season, the Big Ten is not slowing down this spring season.
Mark Dantonio and Michigan State like to have fun at the team's annual spring game. The Spartans wasted no time Saturday at Spartan Stadium.
Leah Still is cancer-free, and she’s the proud owner of a college touchdown. [ MORE: Penn State fans give Devon Still warm ovation at spring game ] Temple invited Still, the 4-year-old daughter of former Penn State defensive lineman Devon Still whose fight with Stage IV neuroblastoma became a national story, to be a special guest at its spring game Saturday. Leah, who recently learned she was in remission, tossed the coin before the game, and then scored on a screen pass on what might be the best touchdown of the day. See a picture of Leah’s touchdown scamper in