Indiana 8 Illinois 1
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Illinois 7 Indiana 4
Brandon Wikoff was 3 for 3 and Dominic Altobelli had a three hit performance, as well. Freshman Illinois OF Casey McMurray drove in two. Scott Shaw pitched all seven innings to post his third win. IU freshman 1B Jerrud Sabourin homered and drove in two in the loss. Josh Phegley also went yard and kept himself in the conference Player of the Year race.
Penn State 10 Michigan 1 (box)
PSU starter Ryan Stobart (1-2) ends Michigan's undefeated Big Ten run. Stobart yields one run on six hits and a walk over seven innings to lift the Lions to victory. Calvin Grumley and Drew O'Neil each worked a scoreless inning to close out the Wolverines. Cory Wine had three hits, three runs and three RBI. Rob Yodice also drove in three for PSU. The Nittany Lions plated ten runs without the aid of an extra base hit.
Northwestern 5 Michigan State 4 (box)
Jake Owens' RBI double wins it for NU in the bottom of the ninth. Freshman 3B Chris Lashmet had three RBI for the Wildcats. Matt Havey got the win in relief. Havey worked 3.2 innings giving up only a hit and a walk. Justin Potes and Eric Roof both had a pair of hits for MSU.
Ohio State 8 Minnesota 7 (box)
Cory Kovanda, Ryan Dew and Dan Burkhart all drove in two runs. Tyler Engle had three hits. Eric Best pitched three innings of one-hit shutout relief to post the win. Nate Hanson had three hits and Jeff DeSmidt homered and drove in three.
Purdue 16 Iowa 3 (box)
Boilermakers' 2B Ben Wolgamot was 4 for 4 with three runs and three RBI. Brandon Haveman had three hits and scored four times. Jordan Comadena had two hits, two runs, two RBI and walked twice. Dan Black hit a grandslam. Jon Moore had three hits. Eric Nielsen went yard. Chris Ivanic got the win. Kyle Cook recorded his first save. Tyson Blaser was 3 for 3 and Caleb Curry homered for Iowa.
Here's what the standings look like after Sunday's games (conference record first; overall second):
Michigan 7-1; 17-8
Purdue 6-2; 13-14
Illinois 5-2; 16-8
Ohio State 5-3; 16-9
Indiana 3-4; 14-11
Minnesota 3-5; 13-14
Michigan State 3-5; 11-14
Northwestern 3-5; 7-14
Penn State 3-5; 9-17
Iowa 1-7; 8-17
Keep in mind that Indiana and Illinois play again Monday, so the standings will change tomorrow.