Northwestern falls to UNC in national semifinals

Another memorable Northwestern women’s lacrosse season came to a close Friday in Philadelphia as the second-ranked Wildcats fell to No. 3 North Carolina, 11-4, in the NCAA Championship semifinals. Northwestern, which was appearing in the round of four for the ninth consecutive season, concludes the season with a 19-3 record and an American Lacrosse Conference championship under its belt.

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Big Ten releases All-Big Ten baseball teams

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Hoosiers Talk Championship Title Victory Over Buckeyes

The Big Ten announced Tuesday its 2013 All-Big Ten teams and individual award winners. Big Ten champion Indiana was well represented, as it took home Pitcher of the Year (Aaron Slegers) and Coach of the Year (Tracy Smith). Illinois’ Justin Parr was named Player of the Year and Kevin Duchene earned Freshman of the Year honors. See the teams in this post.

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NU downs PSU, 15-7, advances to NCAA semis

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Penn State at Northwestern - Women's Lacrosse Highlights

By working its way to a 5-0 lead and holding its opponent without a shot for the first 17 minutes of the game, No. 2 Northwestern set the tone for what turned into a convincing 15-7 win over No. 7 Penn State in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship in front of over 1,100 fans Saturday night in Evanston.

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BTN to air NU-Penn State NCAA game live

BTN will televise the NCAA women’s lacrosse tournament quarterfinal matchup between No. 2 Northwestern and No. 7 Penn State live at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday. The telecast will be simulcast on BTN2Go. Mike Wolf and Ashley Gersuk will have the call from Lakeside Field in Evanston.

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Veteran Wildcats face challenging 2013 lineup

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Northwestern Spring Game Highlights

Most every key component from last year’s team that went 10-3 and won the school’s first bowl since the Stone Age — OK, the 1948 season —  is back. Good, because this schedule is a doozy. In fact, starting 2-0 won’t be a given, with a trip to Cal and visit from Syracuse, which lost a crazy 42-41 game at home to the Wildcats last season, on tap to open the season. Big Ten schools switched cross-division foes this season, and no school had a less advantageous swap then NU.

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