Two Big Ten baseball teams remain following the third day of the NCAA tourney. Big Ten regular-season champ Illinois and Maryland each need one more victory to advance to the Super Regionals.
Welcome to a busy day of Big Ten baseball. All five Big Ten teams remain alive in the NCAA tournament, and all of them will play at least one game Sunday.
The NCAA baseball tourney continued Saturday, and all five Big Ten teams remain alive. Maryland took down UCLA to stay in the Los Angeles Regional winner's bracket, while Indiana, Iowa and Michigan lost and will play elimination games Sunday.
The NCAA baseball tourney got underway Friday afternoon, and the Big Ten went a perfect 5-0 regional openers. Get scores, stats and video from all of the day's action inside.
No matter how much baseball you've watched, there's no guarantee you've seen the kind of triple play Indiana turned Friday afternoon.
The Big Ten's record five baseball teams in the NCAA tournament open regional action Friday. Get our preview to all of the action inside.
A Big Ten-record five teams made the 2015 NCAA Baseball Tournament, it was announced Monday afternoon. Watch the coaches' reactions to their draws inside.
Day 4 of the 2015 Big Ten Baseball Tournament featured two outstanding games. In the first game of the day, No. 4 Maryland used a great pitching performance and timely hitting to get by No. 6 Indiana, 4-2. No. 3 Michigan followed that with an impressive 5-3 victory over No. 1 Illinois. The Terps and Wolverines will meet in Sunday’s Big Ten championship game at 2 p.m. ET on BTN. Get caught up on the first three days of the tournament here: Day 1 results/video | Day 2 results/video | Day 3 results/video. Also, don’t forget about our Big Ten
Big Ten fans have been treated to plenty of outstanding individual plays in the first three days of the 2015 Big Ten Baseball Tournament. [ MORE: View our Big Ten tourney page | Watch #BTNStandout plays ] One day after a go-ahead grand slam and an unbelievable catch in the stands, we saw some incredible heroics in Friday’s two elimination games. Like, a catcher turning an incredible double play. Or, another grand slam, which landed in the 200 level seats at Target Field. See our favorite plays from an entertaining Day 3 below. *** *** *** ***
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. [ MORE: Watch #BTNStandout plays ] On Friday, it was Indiana freshman Logan Sowers’ turn. Leading Iowa 3-0 in the bottom of the third inning, Sowers blasted a grand slam to deep left field, which landed in the 200 level seats at Target Field. The blast, which was Sowers’ second grand slam of the season, gave the Hoosiers a commanding