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Hill Highlights Weekly B1G Baseball Honorees

Penn State’s Steven Hill had quite the weekend. If you missed it, the junior pitcher threw Penn State’s first no-hitter in a Big Ten game and its first since 1995 (Nate Bump) in Saturday’s 2-0 victory at Iowa. Hill (4-3) faced two over the minimum, with one walk and one hit batter, and fanned three en route to the historic performance. Watch Hill and his coaches talk about the no-hitter in this post, plus see the Big Ten’s latest baseball honorees. Player of the Week: Cameron Perkins, Purdue, 3B – Jr. – Indianapolis, Ind. – Southport Combined for an OPS


Sunday's Big Ten Baseball Roundup

The University of Iowa baseball team beat Penn State, 4-2, Sunday afternoon in the series finale at Duane Banks Field. The Hawkeyes scored three first-inning runs and never looked back en route to snapping a three-game losing streak. Iowa starter Sasha Kuebel was terrific, earning his fourth win of the year to remain perfect (4-0). The rookie threw seven and a third solid innings, yielding just two runs, striking out two while scattering seven hits. Read the full recap at and get our Sunday baseball roundup in this post. MICHIGAN 5, NORTHWESTERN 4 John DiLaura hit a 3-2 pitch

Big Ten hands out weekly baseball laurels

The Big Ten Conference released its Big Ten Baseball Players of the Week for April 9-15 action Monday. See all the winners and check out what they did to earn the distinctions in this post. Co-Players of the Week: Josh Scheffert, Nebraska, 3B – Jr. – Lincoln, Neb. – Southeast Hit .500 with three multiple-hit games to lead Nebraska to a series win over Ohio State in Columbus last weekend Hit three home runs and a double in the series, racking up a slugging percentage of 1.214 to combine for an OPS of 1.714 in the three-game series Scored four


Sunday's Big Ten Baseball Roundup

It was a historic day on Big Ten baseball diamonds Sunday afternoon. In Columbus, Nebraska swept a doubleheader from Ohio State to card its first conference road series win since taking 2-of-3 from Baylor in Waco, Texas, in 2008. Meanwhile, in West Lafayette and University Park, respectively, Purdue coach Doug Schrieber became the program’s all-time wins leader and Penn State coach Robbie Wine won his 200th game. Watch the highlights from Nebraska’s rare road feat now and get our Sunday Big Ten roundup in this post. Nebraska sweeps Ohio State for rare conference road series win With Ohio State riding

Saturday's Big Ten Baseball Roundup

Big Ten spring football games weren’t the only events affected by the inclement weather across Big Ten country Saturday. A fair share of baseball and softball games were postponed, as well. See Saturday’s baseball roundup, courtesy of in this post. ILLINOIS at #18 PURDUE – Postponed Game two of the Purdue-Illinois baseball series at Lambert Field has been officially rained out. The teams will play at doubleheader Sunday at noon to conclude the series. MORE INFORMATION MICHIGAN STATE at INDIANA – Postponed Heavy rain showers in Bloomington have forced the postponement of Saturday’s baseball game pitting the Indiana Hoosiers


April 8 Big Ten Baseball Roundup

It was another busy Sunday of action on Big Ten baseball diamonds. Perhaps the most exciting of the six games, Michigan State outlasted archrival Michigan, 10-8, in a 13-inning marathon. Illinois, Ohio State and Purdue also were victorious, as was Penn State, which went out of conference and nipped Canisius. Purdue’s win over Northwestern gave it a two-game cushion atop the Big Ten standings. Catch up on all of Sunday’s action in this post, plus watch our “BTN Diamond Report” highlights from select games. MICHIGAN STATE 10, MICHIGAN 8 – 13 Innings The Michigan State baseball team remained perfect in


April 7 Big Ten Baseball Roundup

Michigan scored a pair of runs in both the fifth and sixth innings and Trent Szkutnik and Alex Lakatos allowed two earned runs in a 4-3 victory over Michigan State on Saturday at McLane Stadium. With the victory, the Wolverines, winners of three consecutive games, clinched the series. Szkutnik picked up the win, scattering nine hits and allowing two earned runs, while Lakatos earned his second save of the season. Read full recap at Also, watch our video from East Lansing, Mich, now and get all the Big Ten results in this post. Other Saturday results from around the


April 1 Big Ten Baseball Roundup

Andrew Waszak allowed two hits and one run and Tony Wieber drove home the game-winning run and set the program record for all-time saves as Michigan State nipped Ohio State, 2-1, in the rubber game of the series Sunday afternoon in East Lansing, Mich. Wieber’s perfect ninth inning marked the 15th save of his career. Read full recap at Also, watch our video wrap-up now and see all of Sunday’s Big Ten results in this post. Minnesota 4, Michigan 3 – 10 Innings Matt Halloran hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning to help


March 31 Big Ten Baseball Roundup

Jaron Long came out on top in a pitcher’s duel with Michigan State’s Tony Bucciferro as Ohio State nipped the Spartans, 1-0, in Game 1 of a three-game set Saturday afternoon at McLane Stadium. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 14-10 on the season, 2-2 in the Big Ten, while Michigan State falls to 15-8, 0-1 in conference play. Read the recap. Also, watch analysis from the game now and see other video in this post. Illinois 12, Mississippi Valley State 4 After scoring 15 runs on Friday, the Fighting Illini kept the bats rolling on Saturday against

Big Ten Baseball in the Summer or Fall?

Here’s a really interesting story from the Associated Press about the potential for a change in the way the Big Ten baseball season rolls out. The reasoning behind some of the thinking? The Big Ten wants to give northern teams a better shot at the NCAA tournament where teams from warmer climates tend to dominate. According to the story: “The Big Ten is instead working on a proposal that would allow teams across the nation to play up to 14 non-conference games in the fall. The results of those fall games would carry over to the spring for consideration in