staff, staff, May 31, 2015

Two Big Ten baseball teams remain following the third day of the NCAA tourney.

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Big Ten regular-season champ Illinois and Maryland each need one more victory to advance the Super Regionals.

Illinois will face Wright State in the Champaign Regional final Monday afternoon, needing just one victory in a possible two games. Maryland will take on top overall seed in a winner-take-all game in the Los Angeles Regional on Monday night.

Indiana, Iowa and Michigan saw their seasons end Sunday, but not before the latter two each won a game to advance to its respective regional final.

Get caught up on all of Sunday's Big Ten NCAA tournament action.


Illinois 3, Notre Dame 0: BOX | RECAP
Drasen Johnson twirled a five-hit shutout to lead Illinois to a 3-0 victory over Notre Dame and into the Champaign Regional final. Adam Walton and brothers Reid and Ryne Roper all drove in one run to account for Illinois' runs.
What's next: Illinois will play Wright State in the regional final at 2 p.m. ET Monday and, if necessary, at 6 p.m. ET. The Illini need just one win to advance to the Super Regionals.



Radford 5, Indiana 3: BOX | RECAP
Indiana was eliminated from the NCAA Nashville Regional and saw its 2015 season end with a 5-3 loss to No. 2 seed Radford on Sunday afternoon at Hawkins Field. The Hoosiers rallied from a 3-0 deficit to tie the school before the Highlanders responded with the game's final two runs.
What's next:
Indiana, which advanced to at least the Super Regionals each of the last two seasons, ends its season with a 35-24 record.



Iowa 2, Oregon 1 (11): BOX | RECAP
Daniel Aaron Moriel drove home Nick Roscetti with a base hit up the middle in the top of the 11th inning to lift Iowa to a 2-1 extra-inning victory over Oregon, the Hawkeyes' second win over the Ducks in the three days.

Missouri State 3, Iowa 2: BOX | RECAP
No. 1 seed Missouri State made the most of its three hits en route to edging No. 2 seed Iowa, 3-2, and claiming the Springfield Regional on Sunday night. Iowa scored two runs in the top of the eighth inning, but Bryan Young closed out the Hawkeyes in the ninth.
What's next:
The Hawkeyes, who made the tournament for the first time since 1990 and won their first NCAA tourney games since 1972, finished the season with a 41-18 record.



UCLA 4, Maryland 2: BOX | RECAP
Top overall seed UCLA stymied Maryland, 4-2, on Sunday night in the Los Angeles Regional. The Bruins scored single runs in the first three innings, and a trio of relievers combined to keep the Terrapins scoreless over the final four innings.
What's next:
Maryland will play UCLA for the third time in three days in a winner-take-all game at 11 p.m. ET Monday. With a win, the Terrapins will make it to consecutive Super Regionals.



Michigan 4, Bradley 3: BOX | RECAP
Evan Hill allowed just one earned run in 6.2 innings to help Michigan edge Bradley, 4-3, in an elimination game Sunday afternoon. The Wolverines, who received two-hit games from Jacob Cronenworth and Jackson Glines, advanced to face No. 1 seed Louisville, which it lost 13-4.

Louisville 13, Michigan 4: BOX | RECAP
Michigan struck first, but it was all Louisville the rest of the way en route to a 13-4 decision Sunday in the Lousiville Regional final. The Wolverines took a 2-0 lead on Carmen Benedetti's two-run home run in the top of the first inning, however the Cardinals scored in six of the first seven innings to win the Louisville Regional.
What's next:
Michigan, which was playing in its first NCAA tournament since 2008, finishes its season at 39-25.