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Audio: Listen to the Big Ten Softball Coaches

On Wednesday, the Big Ten softball coaches joined the Big Ten teleconference to take questions from the media as their teams prep for the 2014 Big Ten Softball Tournament in Evanston. We’ve posted the audio for each coach on the call here. You can watch the opening round games live on the Big Ten Digital Network and catch all of Friday and Saturday’s action live on BTN and BTN2Go. Listen to Illinois Coach Terri Sullivan: Listen to Indiana Coach Michelle Gardner:  Listen to Iowa Coach Marla Looper:  Listen to Michigan Coach Carol Hutchins:  Listen to Michigan State Coach Jacquie Joseph:  Listen

Big Ten hands out 2014 All-Big Ten Softball honors

The Big Ten announced the 2014 All-Conference Teams and individual award winners on Wednesday. Michigan’s Sierra Romero captured Player of the Year honors for the second straight season, while Minnesota’s Sara Groenewegen became the first Golden Gopher to collect both Pitcher and Freshman of the Year honors in the same season. Nebraska’s Rhonda Revelle was tabbed the Big Ten Coach of the Year. [ MORE: Watch the 2014 B1G softball tourney on BTN/BTN2Go & BTDN ] 2014 All-Big Ten Softball Honors PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Sierra Romero, So., MICH PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Sara Groenewegen, Fr., MINN FRESHMAN OF THE

2014 Big Ten softball tournament schedule

The Big Ten conference announced the 2014 Big Ten Softball Tournament bracket on Sunday, with Michigan earning the No. 1 seed after clinching a share of its 18th conference championship. Nebraska, which secured the No. 2 seed in the tournament, also earned a share of its first Big Ten title after completing a three-game sweep of Indiana on Sunday. The tournament will begin on Thursday with the title contest slated for Saturday night at Sharon J. Drysdale Field in Evanston, Ill. The tournament champion will earn the conference’s automatic berth to the NCAA Championship. Check out the complete 2014 Big

Video: Watch Big Ten baseball, softball highlights

Looking for the top plays from this weekend’s Big Ten baseball and softball action? We clipped all of the highlight packages from both Saturday and Sunday’s games and posted them here. Watch the highlights in this post. [ MORE: Get Big Ten baseball recaps | Get Big Ten softball recaps ] Sunday Indiana 12, Purdue 3 – Baseball Nebraska 8, Penn State 4 – Baseball Iowa 17, Ohio State 2 – Baseball Illinois 10, Michigan State 9 – Baseball Illinois 6, Penn State 1 – Softball Saturday Indiana 7, Purdue 3 – Baseball Illinois 5, Michigan State 4 – Baseball

BTN to air record number of baseball, softball games

CHICAGO – BTN will offer its most extensive baseball and softball coverage ever, with over 240 events airing on BTN, BTN2Go and the Big Ten Digital Network (BTDN) for the 2014 season. BTN’s television coverage of Big Ten baseball begins with the third game of a three-game series between Indiana and Michigan. Coverage begins at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday from Bloomington. Last season, Indiana won both the Big Ten Championship and Tournament, and advanced to the College World Series, becoming the first Big Ten squad to reach Omaha since Michigan in 1984. BTN’s television coverage of Big Ten softball

WCWS roundup: Michigan shuts out Arizona State

Sierra Romero hit a two-run shot for her 23rd home run of the season, Sara Driesenga threw a seven-hit shutout and eighth-seeded Michigan beat Arizona State 2-0 Sunday night in a Women’s College World Series elimination game. Romero’s third-inning smash against starter Dallas Escobedo (30-6) landed on a walkway at the front of the right-field bleachers. Arizona State, the 2008 and 2011 national champions, was shut out for the first time all season. Driesenga (31-8) allowed seven singles and walked three as Michigan (51-12) advanced to another elimination game on Sunday against Washington. The fifth-seeded Sun Devils (50-12) failed to

Michigan, Nebraska fall in WCWS openers

Big Ten-regular season champion Michigan and Nebraska both lost Thursday at the Women’s College World Series. The Wolverines were no-hit en route to a 7-1 defeat to No. 1 seed Oklahoma, while the Huskers lost 4-3 in extra innings to Washington. [ NCAA.com: View the official interactive bracket ] The two teams play elimination games Saturday in Oklahoma City, as Nebraska battles No. 2 seed Florida (noon ET) and Michigan takes on No. 5 seed Arizona State (2:30 p.m. ET).

Ready for WCWS? BTN re-airs two games tonight

The Big Ten makes up 25 percent of the 2013 Women’s College World Series field. And to get Michigan and Nebraska fans ready for the WCWS, starting Thursday afternoon, BTN/BTN2Go will re-air two games tonight from this season featuring the two Big Ten teams playing each other. [ NCAA.com: View the official interactive bracket ] At 7 p.m. ET, BTN will show Michigan defeats Nebraska (read the full game recap at MGoBlue.com). Watch the highlights below. Then, at 9 p.m., BTN will show a second Nebraska-Michigan game (read the full recap at Huskers.com). Watch the highlights below. The 14th-seeded Huskers

Nebraska tops Oregon, makes first WCWS since 2002

It’s official: Nebraska is headed to its first Women’s College World Series since 2002. The 14th-seeded Huskers went into Eugene, Ore., and took two of three from No. 3 seed Oregon in the Eugene Super Regional to advance to Oklahoma City. Nebraska, which won Game 1 on Saturday, lost Game 2 in 11 innings Sunday afternoon before winning the decisive Game 3. Read Huskers.com recap. [ NCAA.com: View the official interactive bracket ] COLLEGE WORLD SERIES BABY!!!! pic.twitter.com/qzatq1gOWk — Nebraska Softball (@HuskerSoftball) May 27, 2013 Catch up on all the Nebraska news with the team’s Twitter handle (@HuskerSoftball).

Photo: Huskers surprise coach with Gatorade bath

Nebraska sat through three weather delays before claiming the NCAA Lincoln Regional championship Sunday. So, what was a little more water following the historic 10-5 victory over Stanford? While celebrating the program’s first Super Regionals berth – Super Regionals were adopted in 2005 – the Huskers soaked coach Rhonda Revelle with a bucket of water. [ NCAA.com: View the interactive NCAA bracket ] Nothing says big win quite like a Gatorade bath. Especially when it’s a well-executed one that leaves the coach both drenched and surprised.