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Profile: Wisconsin softball

A profile of Wisconsin head softball coach Yvette Healy and her assistant Randy Schneider – who have transformed the Wisconsin offense into a high-powered unit.


Saturday's Big Ten softball roundup

Ninth-ranked Michigan scored four times in the top of the seventh inning to rally for a 5-3 victory over No. 16 Nebraska on Saturday afternoon. Read more at and find other Saturday results in this post. Wisconsin 5, Indiana 2: A late rally by the visiting Wisconsin Badgers upset Indiana and completed a three-game series sweep for the Badgers. Read more at *** Illinois 10, Michigan State 2: Illinois (18-25, 8-11) tied up the score, 2-2, in the top of the fourth and took the lead in the top of the fifth with five runs.  The Fighting Illini

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Video: Watch Cammi Prantl's diving catch

Cammi Prantl had one of those catches players practice and hope to make when the lights are on in the first game of Wednesday’s doubleheader vs. Michigan State. With one out in the sixth inning of a 1-1 game, McKinzie Freimuth smacked a tailing liner down the left-field line. Innocent foul ball, right? Nope, Prantl, who had Freimuth positioned perfectly, read the ball off the bat and dove to make a terrific diving grab. Watch the play here. [ View Cammi Prantl’s player profile ] Prantl’s highlight helped the Buckeyes claim a 4-1 victory in the first game. Ohio

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Sunday's softball roundup: Michigan sweeps Iowa

Michigan took both games of Sunday’s doubleheader vs. Iowa to sweep the series and run its winning streak to 21 games. The Wolverines last lost March 14 (3-2, vs. Virginia Tech). Watch our highlights from Michigan’s 8-0 five-inning win now and get all of Sunday’s scores, stats and recaps in this post. Here’s our interview with Michigan coach Carol Hutchins: Use these links to get’s all of today’s scores, stats and recaps: Big Ten Softball: STANDINGS | STATS | BLOG Illinois: SCHEDULE & RESULTS | ROSTER | NEWS Indiana: SCHEDULE & RESULTS | ROSTER | NEWS Iowa:

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Sunday's softball roundup: OSU tops PSU in extras

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 recap and view the box score. Use these links to get’s all of today’s scores, stats and recaps: Big Ten Softball: STANDINGS | STATS | BLOG Illinois: SCHEDULE & RESULTS | ROSTER | NEWS

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Sunday's Big Ten softball roundup: Huskers drop Iowa

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 recap and view the box score. Here’s our interview with Rhonda Revelle: Use these links to find all of Sunday’s scores, stats and recaps. Big Ten Softball: STANDINGS | STATS | BLOG Illinois: SCHEDULE & RESULTS |

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Sunday's softball roundup: Letourneau leads 'Cats

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 recap, watch our highlights and get Sunday’s Big Ten roundup in this post. Nebraska 7, Illinois 1: BOX | RECAP Michigan State 2, Indiana 1 (8): BOX | RECAP Wisconsin 3, Iowa 0: BOX | RECAP Ohio State 5, Purdue 3 (10): BOX | RECAP

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Saturday's softball roundup: Spartans hold off Hoosiers

Get caught up on all of Saturday’s Big Ten softball action right here. Go inside for scores, stats, recaps and our highlights from Michigan State’s 10-7 win over Indiana. Michigan State 10, Indiana 7: BOX Michigan State improved its record to 16-13 overall and 2-0 in the Big Ten as it defeated Indiana 10-7 on Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Carly Nielsen notched her first win of the season on the mound for the Spartans. Senior Jayme O’Bryant and junior Sarah Bowling both tallied home runs. Read full recap. Wisconsin 3, Iowa 0: BOX Runs, hits and solid pitching fueled the


Michigan sweeps All-Big Ten softball individual honors

The Big Ten Conference announced the 2012 All-Big Ten Softball Teams on Wednesday afternoon, and five-time reigning champ Michigan dominated the honors. The Wolverines swept all of the individual laurels, with first baseman Amanda Chidester taking home Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. See all the teams and the superlative winners in this post. FIRST TEAM C – Liz Watkins, Sr., IOWA 1B – Amanda Chidester, Sr. MICH 2B – Whitney Massey, Jr., WIS SS – Megan Blank, Fr., IOWA 3B – Marisa Bast, So., NU OF – Kylene Hopkins, Jr., MSU OF – CASSIDY BELL, Jr.,


Big Ten champ Michigan, NU make NCAA field

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. Michigan secured the Big Ten’s automatic bid to the NCAA Championship after winning the Big Ten Championship on Saturday. The Wolverines, who have appeared in nine Women’s College World Series, will open their 18th straight and 20th all-time NCAA tournament appearance against Kentucky in the Louisville Regional. Michigan is joined in the