#29 Michigan 9 Central Connecticut State 0 (Box)
Wolverines' 2B Chris Getz stayed red hot going three for five. Brad Roblin went three for four with two RBI. Mike Schmidt homered and Derek Feldkamp got the win.
Illinois 1 Texas-Arlington 0 (7th inning)
Dusty Bensko homered for the lone tally thus far.
#1 Texas 7 Purdue 0 (7th inning)
Texas DH Calvin Beamon is three for three.
#16 Florida 10 Michigan State 0 (Box)
The Gators sweep MSU. Florida hit three homers and Stephen Locke moved to 3-0 on the year. The Spartans' Adam Tripp went two for four.
Illinois 3 Texas-Arlington 2, 10 innings (Box)
Bensko ended up 3 for 5 as did Trevor Huisinga. Joel Barickman got the win in relief for Illinois.
Iowa 16 Rider 2 (Box)
Andy Lytle, Skylar Moss and Andy Cox each homered for the Hawkeyes. Nate Yoho went 3 for 4 and Casey O'Rourke improved to 2-0 on the year going seven innings while allowing one walk and six hits.
Indiana 14 Bucknell 4 (Box)
Hoosier 2B Jay Brant led the twenty-one hit IU attack going five for five. Ryan Parker hit his third HR and knocked in four runs. Reggie Watson, Joe Kemp and Zach Boswell each had three hits a piece. Brian Lortz started and earned his first victory of 2005.
#1 Texas 8 Purdue 0 (Box)
Neal Gorka went three for four in a losing effort. P Kyle McCulloch improved to 4-1 for Texas. Beamon and Thomas Incaviglia each had two RBI for the Longhorns.
Harvard 9 Minnesota 1 (Box)
Schuyler Mann went five for five with two RBI and scored three times for Harvard. David Hrncirik's three hits were the highlight of the Gophers' offense.
A quick review of the non-conference standings after weekend play shows Indiana atop the Big Ten at 9-3. The Hoosiers are followed by #29 Michigan at 8-3. Then, it's Illinois (5-3), Penn State (5-5), Ohio State (4-4), Michigan State (5-6), Iowa (3-4), Northwestern (4-6), Minnesota (2-7) and Purdue (1-8).