Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, May 22, 2015

One of the more impressive recent Big Ten streaks came to an end early Friday morning.

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With its 2-1 loss to Maryland in the second day of the Big Ten baseball tournament, Illinois had its Big Ten-record 27-game winning streak snapped.

The streak started at 4:21 p.m. ET March 30, following the final out of a 13-9 win at Michigan State, and it lasted until 1:42 a.m. ET May 22, when Maryland closed out the Illini.

Here's a look at some fun numbers behind Illinois' unforgettable 27-game streak.

3 – Months the winning streak spanned

7 – Consecutive Big Ten sweeps

22 – Wins over Big Ten teams

52 – Days the winning streak spanned

219 – Runs scored

253 – Innings

306 – Hits


And, now for more fun. Let's take a look at some of the numbers on just how long the streak was alive, from the last out in the March 30 win (4:21 p.m. ET) to the last out in early Friday morning's loss (1:42 a.m ET).

1,233 – Hours

74,001 – Minutes

4,440,060 – Seconds