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Weekend Olympic Sports Roundup

The weekend saw several of the conference’s soccer and field hockey teams in action. Senior keeper Jeremy Clark tallied his fourth shutout of the year and red-shirt freshman Ryan Keener headed in the game’s only goal as Michigan State (6-7-4, 2-2-2) took back the Big Bear Trophy with a 1-0 victory over rival Michigan. Watch highlights of that game now. Moving to field hockey, Penn State (13-5, 4-2) earned a 4-1 victory over Michigan State on Sunday to close out the regular season and clinch a tie for second place in the Big Ten. Take a dive inside for video

BTN Soccer Report: Penn State wins B1G Title

In the latest “BTN Soccer Report,” Kevin Egan highlights Penn State winning the Big Ten regular-season title for the 14th consecutive season by talking with Nittany Lion standout Maya Hayes. BTN Soccer Analyst Kyndra de St. Aubin also calls in and gives her predictions for the Big Ten Tournament, which begins play on Nov. 2. You can catch the semifinals and finals live on BTN. Follow Kevin and the @BTNSoccerReport on Twitter, where he welcomes feedback and questions. Bookmark our Olympic Sports TV schedule, so you don’t miss any of the action. Don’t forget to visit our women’s soccer page

Interview: Penn State's Erica Walsh

No. 14 Penn State women’s soccer won Big Ten title No. 14 this past weekend on Sunday in a 4-0 victory at Michigan. It’s the most consecutive titles by a Big Ten women’s program in any sport, putting Penn State one ahead of the current Northwestern women’s tennis squad. BTN’s Lisa Byington talks with Penn State women’s soccer coach Erica Walsh as the Nittany Lions are on the verge of capturing another Big Ten Title. Read more about the clinching win and the team at

Weekend Olympic Sports Roundup

The weekend saw several of the conference’s soccer, field hockey and volleyball teams in action. The No. 4 Nebraska volleyball team (17-1, 10-0) made history Saturday night, overcoming No. 1 Illinois in a 3-1 (24-26, 25-18, 25-19, 25-11) victory. With the win, the Huskers advance as the only undefeated team in Big Ten Conference play. Watch Nebraska head coach John Cook talk about the win now. Take a dive inside for an interview with Saturday’s top player Lauren Cook, plus much more from around the conference. Read the full recap at and Nebraska’s Lauren Cook talks about defeating the

Penn State Takes Barnburner from Nebraska, 5-4

No. 15 Penn State women’s soccer won a thrilling nail biter against Nebraska, 5-4, Friday night at Jeffrey Field. Whitney Church tallied her first collegiate goal, a game-winner in the 79th minute, to cap a nine-goal outburst between the two squads which was the most goals in a Penn State match since a 7-2 win vs. Pittsburgh in 2002. Watch now as coach Walsh talks about the win with our BTN Student U reporter. Read full recaps at and Check out our web-only soccer show, BTN Soccer Report and follow host Kevin Egan on Twitter  @BTNSoccerReport. Bookmark our

Weekend Olympic Sports Roundup

The weekend saw several of the conference’s soccer and field hockey teams in action. Iowa battled Ohio State to a 3-0 win in field hockey on Saturday afternoon. Watch the highlights now, along with an interview with Iowa coach Tracey Griesbaum. Moving to soccer, the Illinois and Michigan State women’s teams settled the score in double overtime, with the Illini getting the 1-0 win. Dive inside for highlights of that game, plus much more from around the conference including men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey. Illinois at Michigan State women’s soccer highlights: The Michigan State men’s soccer team picked

Penn State Shuts Out Minnesota for Win

No. 24 Penn State women’s soccer tallied a crucial 1-0 road win at Minnesota’s Robbie Stadium on Sunday. Sophomore striker Maya Hayes scored her nation leading 16th goal and sixth game-winner of the season in the 84th minute to push the Nittany Lions past the Golden Gophers. Penn State (11-3-0, 4-1-0 Big Ten) was struggling to find its scoring touch for over 83 minutes, but a quick combination pass between Carly Niness and Emily Hurd sent Hayes in alone on net as she snuck a ball under the out-stretched arms of Car Parkhill (three saves) for the game-winning goal. Read

Penn State sprints past Ohio State, 3-1

The No. 24 Penn State women’s soccer team overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit with a trio of lightning-strike goals in a 3-1 victory over Ohio State on Thursday at Jeffrey Field. Taylor Schram notched the tying goal 15 seconds after halftime and Kori Chapic headed home the game-winner 1:44 later. Watch the highlights now. Read full recaps at and Have you seen our new Web-only soccer show, “BTN Soccer Report“? Well, check out the latest webisode where host Kevin Egan talks to BTN soccer analyst Kyndra de St Aubin. You can also follow Kevin on Twitter: @BTNSoccerReport. For

Penn State Shuts Out Illinois, 1-0

Penn State used Ali Schaefer’s third goal of the weekend to propel the Nittany Lions to a 1-0 win over No. 22 Illinois on Sunday at Jeffrey Field. The Nittany Lions (9-3-0, 2-1-0 Big Ten) used a set piece to settle the score. Christine Nairn played a corner kick to Schaefer, who headed the ball to Whitney Church on the far post. Church moved around two Illini defenders and slotted a short ball to Schaefer who put it away from 15 yards out on the far left post in the 39th minute. Read the full recap from Bookmark our