Looking for the top plays from this weekend’s Big Ten baseball and softball action? We clipped all of the highlight packages from both Saturday and Sunday’s games and posted them here. Watch the highlights in this post.
Miss your Big Ten baseball or softball team’s games on BTN/BTN2Go this past weekend? We clipped all of the highlight packages from the weekend and posted them here. Watch the highlights in this post.
Wisconsin third baseman Michelle Mueller made a catch worthy of inclusion on all the highlight shows Saturday afternoon at Penn State. In the second inning of a scoreless game, Mueller ended the frame with an impressive catch against the railing of her team’s dugout. Mueller reached her glove over the fence, and her momentum forced her into the railing, causing her to leave her feet. Mueller caught her balance to avoid tumbling into the dugout and calmly flipped the ball back to the pitcher’s circle.
The Michigan State softball team honored Lacey Holsworth during its game Wednesday afternoon vs. Indiana. Holsworth, the 8-year-old with neuroblastoma who befriended Michigan State star basketball player Adreian Payne, died from cancer late Tuesday night. Watch the softball team’s tribute in this post.
The Big Ten makes up 25 percent of the 2013 Women’s College World Series field. And to get Michigan and Nebraska fans ready for the WCWS, starting Thursday afternoon, BTN/BTN2Go will re-air two games tonight from this season featuring the two Big Ten teams playing each other.
Nebraska sat through three weather delays before claiming the NCAA Lincoln Regional championship Sunday. So, what was a little more water following the historic 10-5 victory over Stanford? While celebrating the program’s first Super Regionals berth – Super Regionals were adopted in 2005 – the Huskers soaked coach Rhonda Revelle with a bucket of water.