Big Ten champ Michigan, NU make NCAA field


Purdue at Michigan - Softball Highlights

Two Big Ten teams were selected to the NCAA Division I Softball Championship field, the NCAA selection committee announced Sunday. Five-time reigning Big Ten champ Michigan headlines the duo, while Northwestern earned an at-large berth into the tournament. Both teams begin competition Friday. View the NCAA interactive bracket.

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Michigan Nabs 5th Straight Big Ten Crown

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Purdue at Michigan - Softball Highlights

The No. 22-ranked Michigan softball team is now the first Big Ten team to win five straight conference titles after sweeping a doubleheader with Purdue (8-0 in game one, 8-5 in five innings in game two) on Saturday at Wilpon Softball Complex. Click inside for Saturday’s schedule, links to school team pages,  or go to the national softball scoreboard for all the games.

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Friday Softball & Baseball Roundup

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Illnois at Northwestern - Softball Wrap-up

Several Big Ten teams took to the diamond Friday as the Big Ten softball regular season comes to a close this weekend. Illinois softball suffered a pair of losses against Northwestern, falling in game one, 3-2, before dropping the second contest, 7-3. Watch highlights of that game now and jump inside for more, including baseball wrap-ups from Seattle University vs. Ohio State where Aaron Craft made a cameo visit.

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Who took home B1G Softball Honors?

The Big Ten Conference released its Big Ten Softball Players of the Week for April 30-May 6 on Monday. See all the winners and check out what they did to earn the distinctions in this post.

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BTN Profiles Ohio State Softball's Alicia Herron


Alicia Herron Feature

In the latest Big Ten player profile from the Big Ten Network, we meet Ohio State Buckeyes softball shortstop Alicia Herron, who lost her mother Janet Herron a year ago to gastric cancer. Herron’s mother was Alicia’s biggest fan attending every game and practice during her high school career. “She was really proud of us having a focus on something,” Alicia Herron said.

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