Ohio State swept Penn State in a three-game series, thanks to a 4-3 eighth-inning walk-off victory Sunday at Buckeye Field. Sophomore Caitlin Conrad’s sacrifice fly to center field scored Megan Coletta for the victory. With the sweep, the Buckeyes improve to 26-14 overall and 6-6 in Big Ten play, while Penn State drops to 10-26 overall and 1-10 in league action. Read full OhioStateBuckeyes.com recap and view the box score.
The 19th-ranked Nebraska softball team won in its final at bat for the seventh time this season, scoring once in the top of the seventh inning of a 3-2 victory over Iowa on Sunday afternoon at Pearl Field. The win clinched a series victory over the Hawkeyes, while also wrapping up a 5-2 road trip for the Huskers. Read full Huskers.com recap and view the box score.
After throwing a no-hitter in the opening game of Northwestern’s series with Minnesota Friday at Sharon J. Drysdale Field, sophomore Amy Letourneau picked up another win in the circle while homering at the plate in a 4-2 victory in Sunday’s series finale. Read full NUSports.com recap, watch our highlights and get Sunday’s Big Ten roundup in this post.
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The No. 21-ranked University of Michigan softball team jumped out to a 3-1 lead after two innings, but No. 3 Alabama scored three unanswered runs to win the second game of the NCAA Super Regional, 4-3, on Friday afternoon at Rhoads Stadium. The loss eliminated Michigan from the NCAA Tournament. Freshman LHP Haylie Wagner picked up the loss after hurling all 7.0 innings, giving up four runs on seven hits with four strikeouts.
Freshman pitcher Haylie Wagner hurled a complete game behind a defense that turned three double plays to lift No. 21 Michigan to a 4-0 victory over host and No. 9 Louisville in the NCAA Regional final on Sunday at Ulmer Stadium. U-M will face the winner of the Tuscaloosa regional, which slated No. 2 Alabama and South Alabama in the final Sunday. Read full recap at MGoBlue.com and view the interactive NCAA bracket.