The 2015 Michigan softball team will have the chance to "sprinkle the cheese" one last time this season.
After an exciting comeback victory over UCLA to advance to the Final Four, Fighting Illini Men’s Golf fell to USC in the Semifinal round of Match Play at the 2015 NCAA Men’s Golf Championships. The Trojans took the match 3-1-1 to advance to the Final round. The Illini have qualified for NCAAs in each of the past eight seasons, and conclude this year with eight tournament victories, the most for any Illini team in program history. “We had probably the greatest season in Illinois Golf history this year,” head coach Mike Small said. “We finished second here two years ago,
Former Maryland football standout Shawne Merriman saw the smiles and heard the “Lights Out” cheers as he walked by the field, on his way to deliver a pregame speech to the Terrapins’ baseball team. [ MORE: Big Ten more than held its own in NCAA regional play ] Merriman had a front row seat to see Maryland capture the Los Angeles Regional title with a 2-1 win over No. 1 overall seed UCLA on Monday night at Jackie Robinson Stadium. The former Terp was asked by his agent Ryan Hayden, a Maryland grad himself, if he wanted to attend the
The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame announced Tuesday the names on the 2016 ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.
In the final of a three-part series, Tom Dienhart takes a look at his five most underrated Big Ten non-conference games. Check out the full list inside.
The second weekend is highlighted by Oregon’s trip to Michigan State. And Minnesota’s junket to Colorado State drips with intrigue. We also have a rivalry, with Iowa going to Iowa State in a battle for the Cy-Hawk trophy. [ MORE: Get all of Tom Dienhart’s Big Ten football coverage ] The visit to Ames, Iowa, to play Iowa State never is easy for the Hawkeyes. In fact, the Cyclones have been a burr under Kirk Ferentz’s saddle since he got the job in 1999. How bad has it been? Ferentz is just 7-9 vs. Iowa State. Maryland needs to be
If the college baseball world didn't believe before, it has to following NCAA regional action. The Big Ten can play baseball, there's no doubt about it.
Roll this around your noggin: Is the Indiana job still “elite”? Colin Cowherd and Dan Dakich debated. My take: Yes, the job not only is elite—but it’s one of the top jobs across sports, along with gigs like coaching the Dallas Cowboys, New York Yankees, Notre Dame football, among other sweet jobs. *** More hoops: Brendan F. Quinn of Mlive.com has an offseason evaluation of Michigan wing Caris LeVert. Quinn says LeVert’s lost junior season sets up a crucial senior season. Thanks in part to LeVert missing the final 14 games and leaving his NBA draft stock up to assumptions
[tweet https://twitter.com/NCAACWS/status/605617427762642946] It was a late one, but it was worth it for Maryland baseball fans. At the stroke of 2 a.m. ET back east in College Park, the Terps topped No. 1 overall seed UCLA out west in the Los Angeles Regional final to earn the school’s second consecutive Super Regional berth. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tournament bracket ] Maryland will face Virginia in a best-of-three Super Regionals series. The Terps never trailed in the game before winning 2-1 as Maryland reliever Kevin Mooney struck out UCLA’s Darrel Miller with runners on first and third in the top of the
Ten years after winning its one and only NCAA title, Michigan is back in the Women's College World Series final. Live: No. 3 Michigan vs. top overall seed Florida in first game of a best-of-three series.