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Northwestern, Ohio State share Big Ten women's golf championship

Northwestern and Ohio State shared the Big Ten crown Sunday, both shooting a three-round score of 863 at the 2015 Big Ten Women’s Golf Championships. [ MORE: Illinois men win sixth Big Ten title in last seven years ] The Wildcats and Buckeyes were followed by third-place Purdue (872), fourth-place Michigan State (878) and fifth-place Michigan (882) at the par-72, 6,221-yard Fort Golf Resort. Due to the Big Ten’s tiebreaking procedures, the Buckeyes earned the conference’s automatic berth to the NCAA Championship. Northwestern won its second Big Ten title, while Ohio State secured its 13th Big Ten Championship. Northwestern’s Sarah

BTN to televise 11 Big Ten spring championships in May

BTN is the home for complete coverage of Big Ten spring championships in May and will televise events in the sports of baseball, softball, rowing, and men’s and women’s lacrosse, golf, tennis and outdoor track and field.

BTN LiveBIG: Evans Scholarships driving education home

The Evans Scholarship is one of the most prestigious awards available in the United States, and it has an influence over its scholars for not only the time they are in college but the years that follow. But the influence goes beyond the financial aid it provides the college students. Golf caddies who demonstrate the proper academic performance, a zeal for activities outside of the classroom, and financial need can be awarded the Evans Scholarship from the Western Golf Association, and that scholarship covers all college costs for the Scholar for all four years of his collegiate career. At 14

Gophers win Big Ten men's golf championship

Minnesota claimed the Big Ten Championship in men’s golf on Sunday after shooting a four-round score of 1,186 at the 2014 Big Ten Men’s Golf Championships. The Golden Gophers were followed by second-place Illinois (1,190), third-place Iowa (1,194), fourth-place Northwestern (1,204) and fifth-place Purdue (1,205) at the par-72, 7,152-yard Pete Dye Course. Minnesota earned the Big Ten’s automatic berth into the NCAA Championships. This is the eighth team title for the Golden Gophers and first since 2007. Illinois’ Charlie Danielson and Minnesota’s Jose Mendez shared the individual Big Ten title, shooting a 1-over 289. Due to the Big Ten’s tiebreaking

Big Ten hands out All-Big Ten women's golf honors

The Big Ten Conference office announced the women’s golf All-Conference teams and individual award winners on Tuesday following the 2014 Big Ten Women’s Golf Championships. Ohio State’s Jessica Porvasnik was named the Big Ten Player of the Year and the Big Ten Freshman of the Year, while the Buckeyes’ Therese Hession was tabbed the Big Ten Coach of the Year. 2014 BIG TEN WOMEN’S GOLF ALL-CONFERENCE Big Ten Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year: Jessica Porvasnik, Ohio State Big Ten Coach of the Year: Therese Hession, Ohio State ALL-BIG TEN First Team Liz Nagel, Michigan State Hana

Ohio State, Michigan State share women's golf crown

Michigan State and Ohio State began Sunday tied atop the 2014 Big Ten Women’s Golf Championship standings, and that’s exactly how the finished the day. The Spartans and Buckeyes shared the crown in French Lick, Indiana, marking the former’s third title in the last four seasons. The two teams finish 31-over (895), 10 strokes ahead of Northwestern. See the full leaderboard and photos in this post. Check out the final leaderboard: And here are a few celebratory photos: Congratulations to Michigan State and Ohio State on being named Co-Champions! #B1GGolf pic.twitter.com/1O6LnrqArd — Big Ten Champs (@bigtenchamps) April 27, 2014 B1G

BTN LiveBIG: The Golden Bear helping kids

In April 1966, When Nancy Nicklaus was 11 months old, she swallowed a piece of a crayon. Her parents noticed a series of choking incidents that would start, stop and start again. Jack and Barbara Nicklaus refused to take chances. They shuttled their middle child and only daughter to the Columbus Children’s Hospital, where doctors discovered the crayon piece lodged in her windpipe. The hospital stabilized “Nan” and calmed the 26-year-old golfer and his wife. “They felt that the hospital, at that time, had saved Nan’s life, and this was early in Jack’s career,” says Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation

Illini men finish second at NCAA Championships

Illinois was up or all square in three of the five matches coming down the stretch, but Alabama senior Scott Strohmeyer won holes 14-16 to defeat Illini sophomore Brian Campbell 3 and 2, and give Alabama a 4-1 team victory. Junior Thomas Pieters was the Illini’s lone victory, as he was ahead 1-up when the Tide clinched the deciding team points. The Illini finish second at the NCAA Championships at the par-70, 7,320-yard Capital City Club Crabapple Course, the highest finish in program history, besting the 1941 team’s tie for fourth place. It also is the highest finish by a

Illini men win first regional, off to 6th straight NCAA event

Sixth-seeded Illinois fired a one-over-par 289, the best round of the day, to win the NCAA Fayetteville Regional by three strokes over host and second-seeded Arkansas at the par-72, 7,251-yard Blessings Golf Club on Saturday. It marks the first regional title in school history and extends the Illini’s streak of consecutive appearances in the NCAA Championships to six straight seasons. Sophomore Brian Campbell and freshman Thomas Detry tied for second (-2) after Campbell fired a final-round 70 and Detry carded an even-par 72 on Saturday. Fellow freshman Charlie Danielison tied for fifth (E) with a 73 and junior Thomas Pieters

Four Big Ten women's golf teams advance to NCAAs

Michigan State, Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin advanced to the NCAA Women’s Golf Championships following the conclusion of the regional championships on Saturday. Each team finished in the top eight of its respective regional to move on to the championships. Purdue placed second in the West Regional, finishing with an 8-over 860. Northwestern placed sixth in the East Regional with a 10-over 874, while Wisconsin (+19, 883) and Michigan State (+20, 884) placed seventh and eighth, respectively, in the Central Regional. Purdue’s Paula Reto tied for the best performance in regional play, firing a 7-under 206. Indiana, Ohio State and Penn