Just reaching the Final Four is a big accomplishment, given the rigors, perils and cruelty of the one-and-done NCAA tourney format. It's unforgiving. One bad night ... and you're gone.
The inaugural season of Big Ten Lacrosse starts this week, and as we prepare for the conference-opening weekend, let’s take a look how the six women’s teams fared during non-conference action.
So, it sounds like Michigan's Legends Jerseys, a staple under Brady Hoke, are no more. pic.twitter.com/FZ5eNryUzJ — Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) March 23, 2015 Pretty much any time a new coach is hired, fans should expect some kind of cosmetic changes, big or small. For example, Michigan introduced the Legends Jerseys, which honored Michigan legends, during the Brady Hoke tenure in Ann Arbor. There was Devin Gardner, who went from No. 12 to No. 98 to honor Tom Harmon, and there was Devin Funchess, who went from No. 19 to No. 87 – before becoming No. 1 in his last season
Inspired by their experiences in college and elsewhere, these Pathfinders are passing by the typical, well-trod career paths and blazing their own trails. We’ll explore the unconventional approaches these Big Ten alums are taking to work. One majored in social sciences and Middle Eastern/North African studies. The other graduated with a degree in English. But when University of Michigan alums Noah Link and Alex Bryan went “out there” to find their future, they took an unexpected path. “‘Let’s start a farm,’” Link recalled saying. “I think I’m the one who said it first, but it seemed like a natural idea.”
Ohio State won the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championship on Saturday at Scottrade Center in St. Louis, capturing its first national title in school history.
Well, this was fun. Huge THANK YOU to all our fans and alums who came to Crisler tonight to cheer us on! #goblue pic.twitter.com/cERqolvyJo — Michigan Gymnastics (@umichwgym) March 22, 2015 Michigan earned the 2015 Big Ten Women’s Gymnastics Championships title on Saturday, securing its 21st overall and second consecutive title. The Wolverines tallied 197.825 points en route to the team title, followed by Illinois in second place with 197.350. Nebraska finished in third with 196.875 points, Penn State placed fourth with 196.725 and Iowa rounded out the top five with 196.500 points. Michigan’s Nicole Artz won the beam with
The 2015 Big Ten Hockey Tournament championship game is set, and it will be No. 1 Minnesota vs. No. 3 Michigan. Watch the game at 8 p.m. ET on BTN (watch on BTN2Go). The Gophers, the Big Ten regular-season champ, earned a first-round bye and shut out Ohio State, 3-0, on Friday to advance to the title game; the Wolverines knocked off Wisconsin, 5-1, in the quarterfinals and Michigan State, 4-1, in the semifinals. The two teams split the season series, 2-2, with Michigan taking both games in the 24th annual Mariucci Classic in January and Minnesota sweeping a February
Ohio State sits in first place heading into the final day of the 2015 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. The Buckeyes currently have 86.5 points after Friday’s action, 13.5 points ahead of second-place Iowa. Penn State is in sixth place with 68 points, while Michigan (51), Minnesota (49) and Nebraska (49) round out the Big Ten teams in the top 10. The Buckeyes got a huge boost on Friday evening with victories from Nathan Tomasello (125), Logan Stieber (141) and Kyle Snyder (197). Iowa sophomore Cory Clark recorded a 7-5 win over Penn State’s Jimmy Gulibon to advance to the
The semifinal round of the 2015 Big Ten Men’s Hockey Tournament is in the books. Minnesota notched an impressive 3-0 shutout win over Ohio State in the first game of the day. Michigan followed that with a 4-1 victory over Michigan State in the nightcap. Want to watch Saturday’s Big Ten championship game? You can do that right here on BTN2Go. Use the links below to catch up on both of Friday’s games. FRIDAY’S SEMIFINALS MINNESOTA 3, OHIO STATE 0: BOX | RECAP Adam Wilcox stopped all 39 shots he faced for his 13th career shutout – tying the Minnesota
Ohio State currently sits in first place after the opening day of the 2015 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. Ohio State tallied 23 points, two points ahead of second-place Iowa. Penn State sits in fourth place with 18.5 points, while Nebraska rounds out the Top 5 teams with 18 total points. Five Ohio State wrestlers advanced to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Championships. Three-time national champion Logan Stieber won by a technical fall and pin, while Big Ten champion Nathan Tomasello, redshirt freshman Bo Jordan, redshirt junior Kenny Courts and true freshman Kyle Snyder all went 2-0 in the