In the inaugural season of Big Ten women’s lacrosse, Maryland clinched the outright Big Ten Championship on Thursday following its 13-10 victory over Penn State at the Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex. The Terrapins also secured the No. 1 seed in next week’s inaugural Big Ten Women’s Lacrosse Tournament. The top-ranked Terrapins completed an unbeaten regular season at 17-0, including a 5-0 record in conference play. Penn State enters the Big Ten Tournament with a 4-1 conference record and 12-4 mark overall, and will be the No. 2 seed. The Terrapins and Nittany Lions have earned byes in the quarterfinals,
Big Ten schools on Thursday announced football games to be televised in primetime by ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 during the 2015 season. Minnesota and Ohio State lead the way with three night games on those networks, while Michigan State boasts a pair of primetime matchups. Michigan, Nebraska, Penn State and Rutgers will each take part in one night contest on those networks. The Big Ten non-conference home schedule will feature two primetime games on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. Minnesota hosts TCU to kick off the season at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN on Thursday, Sept. 3, and Michigan State faces
The nation is abuzz over Jim Harbaugh’s arrival at Michigan. And Ohio State is coming off a national title behind Urban Meyer, while Michigan State has emerged as an elite program under Mark Dantonio. But keep an eye on Penn State and James Franklin in the uber-tough Big Ten East.
The final week of the regular season is here. So much is on the line this weekend, as five of the six teams in the Big Ten Lacrosse Conference are still alive for the tournament. I’ll bring you up to speed on each team in this post. Plus, you can watch our six team-by-team video reports detailing each squad. Johns Hopkins (6-6, 3-1 Big Ten) Too many times this season the Blue Jays have played in dramatic games. Hopkins has surrendered more leads than the Homewood faithful would care to see. Not this time. Playing before a sun-splashed Homecoming crowd
The BIG EAST and Big Ten announced the matchups for the inaugural Gavitt Tipoff Games, with eight men’s basketball games set to air on BTN, an ESPN network or Fox Sports 1 from Nov. 17-20, 2015.
The final week of the regular season is upon us, and capping off the first year of Big Ten women’s lacrosse will be a battle of conference unbeatens. The Big Ten title and No. 1 seed in the conference tournament will be on the line at 7 p.m. ET Thursday on BTN (watch on BTN2Go) when Maryland hosts Penn State. Let’s take a look how we got this point and what to expect in Thursday’s showdown. Check out the BTN lacrosse schedule, as well as the BTN Plus live streaming schedule to see when your team will be featured on
Things are really starting to come into focus as the inaugural Big Ten lacrosse season enters its final week. [ MORE: View the latest Big Ten men’s lacrosse standings ] Here’s what we know: Maryland, which has claimed at least a share of the Big Ten crown, can take the Big Ten outright with a win over Johns Hopkins on Saturday night. Ohio State and Johns Hopkins can earn a share of the Big Ten title with wins at Rutgers and at Maryland, respectively. In beating Michigan, Johns Hopkins joined Maryland and Ohio State in the four-team Big Ten tourney
There was a lot of spring game action across the Big Ten over the weekend. Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Penn State and Purdue all hosted spring games Saturday, leaving four Big Ten teams still in action.
Fans of highlight-reel goals had to love what they saw in the Rutgers-Penn State lacrosse game Sunday night. Check out a pair of behind-the-back goals inside.
Penn State held its annual Blue-White Spring Football Game on Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium. [ MORE: Watch replay of the Penn State spring game on BTN2Go ] Check out our favorite USA Today Sports photos from the spring game below.