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Winter Olympics recap: Big Ten wins five gold medals

Wondering how Big Ten names in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics fared? In all, Big Ten products brought home five gold medals, including Michigan products Meryl Davis and Charlie White teaming up for the title in ice dancing. See all the Big Ten results in this post. Bobsled Country School Result Aja Evans U.S.A. Illinois Won bronze in two-women bobsled. Curtis Tomasevicz U.S.A. Nebraska Won bronze in four-man bobsled. Curling Country School Result Erika Brown U.S.A. Wisconsin Finished 1-8 and was eliminated in the early rounds. Ice Dancing Country School Result Evan Bates U.S.A. Michigan Finished eighth overall with Madison

BTN LiveBIG: Spartans, Red Wings faceoff for charity

Four years ago, Ryan Miller was named the Most Outstanding Player as the United States men’s hockey team won the silver medal. This weekend, the US will be playing for the bronze and “home” will have their collective eyes on the ice in Sochi. Home is always on Miller’s mind. A proud product of Michigan State, Miller is never bashful about sharing his Spartan pride. Miller is also aware of the needs of many in the community back home in East Lansing, Mich. As the starting goaltender for the Buffalo Sabres, he has used his platform as a professional athlete to help those

U.S., Canada battle in Olympic hockey thriller

The Canadian women’s hockey team won Olympic gold at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics by defeating Team USA in a dramatic overtime comeback on Thursday, and each team featured several players who play or played for Big Ten schools. Team USA goalie and Wisconsin product Jessie Vetter played in net while Team USA captain and Wisconsin product Meghan Duggan added one of the two U.S. goals. The U.S held a 2-0 lead in the third period before Canada scored two late goals to send it to overtime where they eventually won it. Vetter played four years at Wisconsin and set

BTN LiveBIG: Monday Download

Did you enjoy the exciting hockey action at the Olympics this weekend? We recently shared the great work being done off the ice by Joe Pavelski and Amanda Kessel, two Big Ten alumni helping their teams go for gold in Sochi. DYK: 1,707 stuffed animals have been collected from @OhioState_MHKY #TeddyBearToss the last 3 yrs combined. #GoBucks pic.twitter.com/xglPU3TIBA — Ohio State Buckeyes (@OhioStAthletics) February 12, 2014 The 46th annual University of Minnesota apparel design fashion show, ALIGN, took place on Saturday. Check out some of the highlights on the program’s website and Facebook page! Scientists at Michigan and Purdue may have cracked

Big Ten snapshots from Opening Ceremony

A number of Big Ten athletes and coaches are at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics and some of them are on Twitter and Instagram. See a few cool shots in this post and watch them throughout the Olympics as we’re flowing their updates on this page here, too. Here are a few good ones so far. “@HoganChev: Caught a glimpse of our friend @natspooner5 on camera at the #OpeningCeremony SO PROUD!!! pic.twitter.com/jMLTk75GEQ” awesome! — Natalie Spooner (@natspooner5) February 7, 2014 A #SochiSelfie from center stage at the Opening Ceremony. #Sochi2014 #Olympics #GoTeamUSA http://t.co/p177tannDt — Evan Bates (@Evan_Bates) February 7, 2014

BTN LiveBIG: USA Hockey's Pavelski helping at home

In Sochi, University of Wisconsin alum and San Jose Sharks center Joe Pavelski probably won’t garner the same level of attention that USA teammates Patrick Kane and Ryan Miller might. But in his hometown of Plover, Wisc., Pavelski is a bona fide superstar. The small Wisconsin town has declared today – Friday, Feb. 7 – to be “Joe Pavelski Day,” with special events being held at local schools and a sign proclaiming the town Pavelski’s birthplace will be erected. Pavelski is a prominent figure in the communities he has lived and worked in. After spending his college years at Wisconsin

Big Ten Olympians to compete in Sochi

The Big Ten Conference has at least 42 current or former student-athletes, alumni or coaches competing for gold medals at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The group includes 18 former Olympians and 16 past medalists, will represent five different countries and seven of the 12 Big Ten institutions in five different sports. The Big Ten Olympians include 31 members of the United States team, along with athletes representing Austria, Canada, Finland and Sweden. Overall, Minnesota leads the way with 14 Olympic participants, followed by Wisconsin (11), Michigan (8), Ohio State (4), Illinois (2) and Michigan State (2) and

Winter Olympics: Track these Big Ten hockey names

When it comes to the Winter Olympics Big Ten schools are well represented in the marquee sport of hockey in both the men’s and women’s divisions. Have a look at who is playing in the 2014 Olympics on the and see what some of them are already tweeting from Sochi. We’ve compiled a number of available Twitter and Instagram accounts and will be following their Olympic experiences via social media. Use the box below to see the latest from the players as well as @usahockey and check out the TV schedule for all hockey games at www.nbcolympics.com. …Minttu Tuominen, Team

BTN LiveBIG: Amanda Kessel leading on and off the ice

It would be easy to judge a book by its cover. But when it comes to 2014 US Olympic hockey player Amanda Kessel, the true story lies in all the pages in between. To see the Madison, Wisc., native on ice is to see one the best and brightest players women’s hockey has ever seen. Last year, as a junior at the University of Minnesota, Kessel compiled a dumbfounding (and nation leading) 46 goals and 101 points while leading the Golden Gophers to an unbeaten 41-0 record en route to the Women’s Frozen Four Championship. For her efforts, she was