Sunday's Big Ten baseball roundup

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Purdue at Michigan State - Baseball Highlights

Michigan State baseball beat Purdue handily on Sunday afternoon at McLane Stadium, 8-1. The Spartans (24-13, 7-5) got an excellent performance out of left-hander Anthony Misiewicz in his first-career start. He allowed just one unearned run and four hits to Purdue in the win. He also had three strikeouts.

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Video: Wildcats vs. Wolverines at Wrigley Field

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Wildcats and Wolverines Face-off at Wrigley Field

As part of its partnership with the Chicago Cubs, the Northwestern baseball team hosted Michigan on Saturday night at Wrigley Field. The Wildcats shut out the Wolverines, 6-0, behind Luke Farrell’s three-hit complete game gem. Read the full recap and view the box score. Watch our feature on the game at Wrigley Field now.

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Video: McLane Baseball Stadium under water

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Spartan Baseball Stadium Flood

It’s a good thing the Michigan State baseball team wasn’t scheduled to play at home this weekend, because McLane Baseball Stadium was under water. That’s right, Mother Nature flooded the Spartans’ entire complex. Turns out, snow and unplayable field conditions wiped out Michigan State’s three-game series at Minnesota, so it didn’t really matter after all. Watch a quick video of the scene at the stadium here.

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Sunday's baseball roundup: Buckeyes take down Illini

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Illinois at Ohio State - Baseball Highlights

The Ohio State baseball team earned its second consecutive series win with a 7-3 victory over Illinois on Sunday at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 25-13 on the season, 9-6 in Big Ten play, while the Illini fall to 24-12, 6-6 in the conference. Read the full recap and view the box score. Plus, get all of Sunday’s scores in this post.

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Nebraska no hits Arkansas for first no-no since 1993

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Arkansas at Nebraska - Baseball Highlights

A trio of Nebraska pitchers combined for the team’s first no-hitter since 1993 in the first game of Tuesday’s doubleheader sweep of No. 12 Arkansas. Kyle Kubat, in his first appearance of the season, went five innings, while relievers Tyler Niederklein and senior Dylan Vogt combined to throw the final four innings en route to a 3-0 victory.

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