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B1G champ Purdue picked to host NCAA Regional

One day after winning the school’s first Big Ten tournament title and, in the process, earning the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament, Purdue was selected as one of 16 NCAA Regional hosts, it was announced Sunday. The Boilermakers (44-12), who also won the Big Ten regular-season crown, will host the four-team regional Friday-Sunday at U.S. Steel Yard in Gary, Ind. Lambert Field, Purdue’s home, and Loeb Stadium in Lafayette, Ind., did not meet NCAA requirements, so the regional moves to Gary. The entire 64-team field will be unveiled at noon ET Monday on ESPNU. “We are very excited

Big Ten releases Baseball All-Tournament Team

Following the completion of the 2012 Big Ten Baseball Tournament on Saturday night, the Big Ten office released the all-tournament team. Purdue won the school’s first Big Ten tourney, thanks to an exciting 6-5 victory over heated rival Indiana, and it had five players earn honors, headlined by Most Outstanding Player Kevin Plawecki. Watch one of Plawecki’s two home runs from the tournament now and see the entire team in this post. [Purdue named one of 16 NCAA Regional hosts] 2012 Big Ten Baseball All-Tournament Team P: Jonny Hoffman, Indiana P: Tony Bucciferro, Michigan State P: Lance Breedlove, Purdue C: Kevin

Purdue wins school's first Big Ten tourney

Andrew Dixon scored the tie-breaking run on a wild play in the ninth inning and Nick Wittgren closed the game out with a 1-2-3 bottom of the frame, as No. 15 Purdue baseball won its first Big Ten Tournament title with a 6-5 win against Indiana on Saturday evening at Huntington Park. With the win, the Boilermakers earned the Big Ten’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. Purdue, which also won the Big Ten regular-season title, went 3-0 en route to claiming the tournament crown. Two of the wins came against Indiana, which it beat 3-0 on Friday night. [Read

Tempers flare in Big Ten tourney title game

On a wild play in the top of the ninth inning of Saturday night’s 2012 Big Ten Baseball Tournament championship game, Purdue took the lead and tempers flared at the conclusion of the play. Both benches cleared and the teams had to be separated. Watch the crazy play that saw the eventual game-winning run score and led to the scuffle now. With the 6-5 win (recap), Purdue claimed its first Big Ten tourney title and earned the Big Ten’s automatic berth to the NCAA tournament. [Read all of our Big Ten tourney coverage and watch all the video] [Purdue named

Purdue Blanks Indiana 3-0 to Advance

Purdue heads into Saturday’s Big Ten Baseball Tournament championship round as the undefeated top seed as the Boilermakers dropped No. 2 seed Indiana 3-0 on Friday night. Purdue will play either Indiana or Michigan State on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET. Either opponent would have to beat Purdue twice to win tourney. Watch more Indiana-Purdue videos in this post. Lance Breedlove pitched 7 1/3 innings of five-hit ball and No. 15 Purdue baseball received an RBI from each of its three leading hitters. Purdue (43-12) advances to the championship game of the tournament for the first time since 2008 and

No. 1 seed Purdue nips No. 6 seed Ohio State

Joe Haase pitched eight innings of three-run ball and Kevin Plawecki hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the seventh inning, as the Big Ten Pitcher and Player of the Year led No. 15 Purdue baseball to a 5-4 victory against Ohio State Thursday evening on day two of the Big Ten Tournament. Purdue advances to play instate rival and No. 2 seed Indiana at 7:05 p.m. ET Friday live on BTN/BTN2Go. The winner of Friday night’s game advances to the tourney title game. [Read more at PurdueSports.com and follow @purduebaseball on Twitter] The No. 6 seed Ohio State baseball team battled

No. 1 Purdue tops No. 2 Indiana for Big Ten crown

Big Ten regular-season champ and No. 1 seed Purdue nipped heated rival and No. 2 Indiana, 6-5, in the 2012 Big Ten Baseball Tournament on Saturday night (recap). The tournament crown marks Purdue’s first in school history. With the win, the Boilers earn the Big Ten’s automatic berth to the NCAA tourney. Check out the BTN TV schedule to see what’s coming up, including re-airs of the games. Online, we posted video highlights and interviews. Relive the entire tournament here. Throughout the tournament, we tracked all the updates by tweets from the following Twitter accounts: @ohiostate_base @psubaseball @statebaseball @husker_baseball @purduebaseball

Purdue highlights 2012 All-Big Ten Baseball Teams

Fresh off its first Big Ten baseball crown in more than 100 years, Purdue won three of the conference’s four individual honors and had eight players earn All-Big Ten laurels, the conference announced Tuesday afternoon. Catcher Kevin Plawecki (Player of the Year) and Joe Haase (Pitcher of the Year) highlight the Boiler honorees, while Purdue coach Doug Schreiber won Coach of the Year. See all the individual winners and the All-Big Ten teams in this post. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kevin Plawecki, PUR PITCHER OF THE YEAR: Joe Haase, PUR FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Sam Travis, IND COACH OF THE

2012 Big Ten Baseball Tourney Preview

The Big Ten announced on Saturday the bracket for the 2012 Big Ten Baseball Tournament, held Wednesday-Saturday at Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio. Purdue won its first Big Ten title since 1909 and is the No. 1 seed for the first time in the event’s history. The tourney gets underway at 12:05 p.m. ET Wednesday, and you can catch every game live on BTN/BTN2Go. The rest of the field: Indiana is the No. 2 seed, Penn State No. 3, Nebraska, in its inaugural Big Ten season, No. 4, Michigan State No. 5 seed and Ohio State No. 6. Get BTN.com special contributor Chris Webb’s tourney preview in this post. See Webb’s preview below

Saturday's Big Ten Baseball Roundup

It was a memorable Senior Day for the Michigan State baseball team on Saturday afternoon at McLane Baseball Stadium. The Spartans capped off the regular season with a 9-2 victory over Penn State, giving the class of 2012 its 128th win over the past four years, tying for the most in school history along with the class of 1989 and 1990. Read full recap at MSUSpartans.com and get our Saturday Big Ten baseball roundup in this post. INDIANA 4, OHIO STATE 2 The Ohio State baseball team dropped its series finale to Indiana, 4-2, Saturday afternoon at Sembower Field. Despite