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Archive for May 26th, 2019

Ohio State Buckeyes win 2019 Big Ten Baseball Tournament

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Megan Rowley; COURTESY BIG TEN CONFERENCE COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

Buckeyes earn conference’s automatic berth to NCAA Tournament

 

OMAHA, Neb. – The seventh-seeded Ohio State baseball team won the 2019 Big Ten Tournament title after posting a 3-1 win over fifth-seeded Nebraska in the championship game Sunday at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The Buckeyes became the lowest seed to ever win the tournament.

 

Brady Cherry paced the Buckeyes going with three hits on four at bats, while Nick Erwin, Conner Pohl and Cherry had an RBI apiece. The Buckeyes claimed their 10th Big Ten Tournament title and their first since 2016.

 

Ohio State improves to 35-25 on the season and earns the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The NCAA Selection Show will air at noon ET Monday on ESPNU.

 

Ohio State’s Andrew Magno was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. Below is the 2019 Big Ten Baseball All-Tournament Team:

 

Most Outstanding Player: Andrew Magno, Ohio State

All-Tournament Team

P – Seth Lonsway, Ohio State

P – Andrew Magno, Ohio State

P – Griffan Smith, Ohio State

C – Dillon Dingler, Ohio State

1B – Maxwell Costes, Maryland

2B – Ako Thomas, Michigan

3B – Angelo Altavilla, Nebraska

SS – Spencer Schwellenbach, Nebraska

OF – Brady Cherry, Ohio State

OF – Dominic Canzone, Ohio State

OF – Jesse Franklin, Michigan

DH – Jordan Nwogu, Michigan

 

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Wisconsin gives update on coach Howard Moore

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Patrick Herb; COURTESY WISCONSIN ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

Howard Moore (UIC photo)

The Moore family would first like to express its gratitude for all of the prayers and well-wishes that have been showered upon them. Coach Moore is in stable condition in the ICU and his son, Jerell, is up and walking around. The family continues to ask for as much privacy as possible.

 

 

Maryland Women’s Lacrosse wins 2019 National Championship

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Shannon Malone; COURTESY BIG TEN CONFERENCE COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

BALTIMORE, Md. – Following its 12-10 victory over Boston College in Sunday’s NCAA championship game, Maryland’s women’s lacrosse team won its fourth national title in the last six years and 14th overall.

 

Goaltender Megan Taylor was named the 2019 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player posting a game-high 10 saves. Brindi Griffin and Grace Griffin led the offensive attack for Maryland, tallying three goals apiece. Caroline Steele, Kali Hartshorn and Jen Giles each notched two goals on the afternoon. Lizzie Colson grabbed a game-high four ground balls.

 

With Maryland’s win on Sunday, Big Ten women’s lacrosse teams have won 27 national championships and 23 of the 38 NCAA Championships, including 12 of the last 15. Maryland claimed seven straight titles from 1995 to 2001, while Northwestern has won seven NCAA titles, highlighted by five consecutive from 2005 to 2009 and most recently in 2012. Penn State has earned five national championships, including NCAA titles in 1987 and 1989.

 

Big Ten schools have now claimed four national titles during the 2018-19 academic year, including championships for Wisconsin women’s hockey, Maryland men’s soccer, Penn State wrestling and Maryland women’s lacrosse.

 

Wisconsin Athletics issues Statement on family of assistant men’s basketball coach Howard Moore

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Patrick Herb; COURTESY WISCONSIN ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

Howard Moore (file photo)

MADISON, Wis. – Early Saturday morning, the University of Wisconsin athletic department learned of a tragic automobile accident in Michigan involving assistant men’s basketball coach Howard Moore and his family. We were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Howard’s wife, Jennifer, and their daughter Jaidyn. Howard and his son, Jerell, both suffered injuries but are expected to recover.

 

The Badgers athletics community is a tight-knit family and Howard has been a terrific ambassador for Wisconsin for nearly 30 years, dating back to days as a UW student athlete. Our hearts are with Howard and Jerell and we, as a community, will support and lift up the entire Moore and Barnes families.

 

“There are no words to describe how devastated we are for Howard and his family,” head coach Greg Gard said. “Our basketball program is an extremely close family and we are all grieving for the Moore and Barnes families. Howard is so much more than a colleague and coach. He and Jen and their children are dear friends to everyone they meet. Their positivity and energy lift up those around them. We will miss Jen and Jaidyn dearly and we will put our arms around Howard and Jerell and the entire family, giving them love and support during this unspeakable time.”

 

“I’ve known Howard ever since he was a student-athlete at Wisconsin and gotten to know his wonderful family through the years,” director of athletics Barry Alvarez said. “He has always been an incredible representative of our athletic department and a positive influence on everyone around him. We are truly heart-broken for his family and will be doing everything possible to help him through this tragic time. Our prayers, love and support go out to the Moore and Barnes family.”

 

Crew SC slide continues in 3-2 road loss at Colorado

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Logan Agin; COURTESY OF COLUMBUS CREW SC COMMUNICATIONS

 

After coming back from two one-goal deficits, the Colorado Rapids (2-8-2, 8 pts.) capitalized on an 89th-minute goal to win 3-2 over Columbus Crew SC (5-9-1, 16 pts.) on Saturday, May 25 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo.

The Rapids struck first in the 23rd minute when Tommy Smith headed a corner from Jack Price inside the near post. Crew SC responded five minutes later when Wil Trapp served a ball to Hector Jimenez, who headed it across the box to Pedro Santos. Santos then dribbled the ball across the box and hit it inside of the left post for his third of the season. Notably, tonight’s match was Santos’ 50th regular-season start with Crew SC.

Colorado closed out the first half with a goal in the seventh minute of added time when Jonathan Lewis received a pass from Sam Nicholson before seeing his low-struck shot deflect inside the near post.

The Black & Gold leveled the match again in the 54th minute when Federico Higuain served a ball to the top of the six-yard box, as Gyasi Zardes redirected the delivery just past Colorado goalkeeper Tim Howard.

The match stayed tied until the 89th minute when Colorado’s Nicolas Mezquida cleaned up a loose ball from a corner kick and tucked it in the top-left corner to give the Rapids their game-winner.

Notably, in tonight’s match, Niko Hansen made his first start for the 2019 regular season and was one of the bright spots for the team.

 

 

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