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Big Ten announces preseason All-Big Ten men's hoops team

Maryland’s Melo Trimble has been chosen as the Big Ten Preseason Player of the Year heading into the 2015-16 men’s basketball season. [ MORE:’s preseason hoops predictions & All-Big Ten team ] Trimble was a unanimous selection to the preseason All-Big Ten team, along with Michigan State’s Denzel Valentine, Purdue’s A.J. Hammons and Wisconsin’s Nigel Hayes. Indiana’s James Blackmon Jr., and Yogi Ferrell, Iowa’s Jarrod Uthoff, Maryland’s Jake Layman, Michigan’s Caris LeVert and Wisconsin’s Bronson Koenig also earned preseason All-Big Ten plaudits. Trimble was named a first-team All-Big Ten honoree by the media contingent last season, and was a

Big Ten women's basketball preseason All-Big Ten team

With the 2015-16 Big Ten women’s basketball season coming up, the Big Ten handed out preseason All-Big Ten teams from both the coaches and the media. Ohio State’s Kelsey Mitchell garnered Big Ten Preseason Player of the Year accolades. She is joined by Michigan State’s Aerial Powers and Northwestern’s Nia Coffey as unamoius first-team All-Big Ten selections. Maryland’s Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Minnesota’s Rachel Banham, Nebraska’s Rachel Theriot, Ohio State’s Ameryst Alston, and Rutgers’ Kahleah Copper also earned nods as Preseason All-Big Ten honorees from both the coaches and the media. Iowa’s Ally Disterhoft was voted to the coaches’

Check out's preseason 2015 All-Big Ten Football Team

Big Ten football media days is here, and that means football season is just around the corner. As does every year before the annual summer event in Chicago, we wanted to share our preseason All-Big Ten team.

Big Ten Softball All-Conference Teams and Individual Award Winners

The Big Ten Conference announced the 2015 All-Conference Teams and individual award winners on Wednesday. Minnesota’s Sara Groenewegen captured Player of the Year honors, Michigan’s Megan Betsa was named the Pitcher of the Year and Northwestern’s Sabrina Rabin was tabbed Freshman of the Year. Michigan’s Carol Hutchins was named the Big Ten Coach of the Year. During her sophomore campaign, Groenewegen led the Gophers with a .435 batting average, six home runs and a .524 on-base percentage in Big Ten play, while also recording a 12-2 record with 155 strikeouts and four shutouts. She is the third Gopher to be

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View 2015 All-Big Ten Men's Lacrosse teams & individual honors

The inaugural Big Ten Men’s Lacrosse All-Conference teams and individual award winners were announced on Tuesday, with Johns Hopkins’ Ryan Brown earning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year honors from the conference’s coaches. [ MORE: Mark Dixon recaps a wild final Saturday of the regular season ] Maryland’s Casey Ikeda was tabbed the Defensive Player of the Year, Rutgers’ Joe Nardella collected Specialist of the Year honors, while the Blue Jays’ Joel Tinney was named Freshman of the Year. Johns Hopkins mentor Dave Pietramala received Big Ten Coach of the Year honors. Here are the links to watch the

Check out 2015 All-Big Ten men's & women's golf teams & honors

The 2015 All-Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Golf teams and individual honors were released Tuesday afternoon. See both teams and honors below. ALL-BIG TEN MEN’S GOLF TEAMS & HONORS Big Ten Player of the Year: Thomas Detry, Illinois Big Ten Freshman of the Year: Nick Hardy, Illinois Big Ten Coach of the Year: Mike Small, Illinois ALL-BIG TEN First Team BRIAN CAMPBELL, Illinois CHARLIE DANIELSON, Illinois THOMAS DETRY, Illinois Nick Hardy, Illinois Carson Schaake, Iowa Jose Mendez, Minnesota Second Team Dylan Meyer, Illinois Raymond Knoll, Iowa David Kocher, Maryland Kyle Mueller, Michigan Clark Engle, Ohio State Austin Eoff, Purdue Unanimous