Indiana and Minnesota Claim Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Weekly Awards

Track Athlete of the Week
Madeline Strandemo, Minnesota
Jr. – Fargo, N.D. – Fargo South

  • Earned a pair of podium finishes at the Raleigh Relays
  • Clocked a nation-leading time of 10:07.46 to win the 3,000-meter steeplechase and also finished third in the 800-meter race
  • Earns the first outdoor track weekly award of her career
  • Last Minnesota Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week: Chimerem Okoroji (March 23, 2011)

Field Athlete of the Week
Sydney Clute, Indiana 

Sr. – Greenwood, Ind. – Center Grove

  • Won the pole vault at the Pac-12 vs. Big Ten Invitational, breaking the school, meet and facility records in the process
  • Mark of 4.55 meters leads the nation this season by nearly 10 inches
  • Collects the third Big Ten Outdoor Field weekly award of her career and first of the season
  • Last Indiana Outdoor Field Athlete of the Week: Sydney Clute (May 4, 2016)
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#IUWBB GAME PREVIEW: Indiana Makes Trip To Michigan State Thursday Night

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana Women’s Basketball will look to win its fourth-straight game as it travels to East Lansing on Thursday night to face the Michigan State Spartans. Tipoff time is set for 6 p.m. ET and will be live on Big Ten Network and WHCC 105.1 FM.

Indiana (15-6, 5-4 B1G) at Michigan State (15-7, 5-4 B1G)
Thursday, February 2, 2017 • 6 p.m. ET
Breslin Center (14,759) • East Lansing, Mich.
TV Broadcast: BTN (Lisa Byington, Christy Winters Scott)
Radio: IU Radio Network (Greg Murray)

Live Stats: Gametracker

Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

ABOUT THE COACHES

Indiana

Teri Moren

Career Record: 250-164 (14th Season)

Indiana Record: 51-34 (3rd Season)

Michigan State

Suzy Merchant

Career Record: 419-223 (22nd Season)

Michigan State Record: 218-103 (10th Season)

ABOUT THE SPARTANS

Michigan State returns to Breslin Center after a 93-74 win at Minnesota on Monday night. They are led by senior guard – and the Big Ten’s second leading scorer – Tori Jankoska who averages 21.8 point, 8.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists per game. Jankoska also leads the Big Ten with a 90 percent clip from the free throw line. Notre Dame transfer senior forward Taya Reimer follows with 9.0 points and 5.7 boards per game for a squad that averages 72.0 points per game and shooting 43 percent.

SERIES HISTORY

Michigan State leads the series, 45-26

Last Meeting: 1/13/16 – W, 81-65 (Bloomington, Ind.)

WIN AT WISCONSIN

For the first time since 2009, Indiana picked up a win inside Kohl Center over the Wisconsin Badgers on Sunday, 78-54. Four players scored in double figures led by 19 points from junior guard Tyra Buss as IU used a 21-3 advantage in the fourth quarter to come away with the win.

LOOKING TO WIN ON THE ROAD, AGAIN

Indiana has another shot at redemption at a road venue, this time on Thursday at the Breslin Center. The Hoosiers have not won at Michigan State since 2009 as it also picked up its first win since that year on Sunday at Wisconsin.

 

250 WINS FOR MOREN

Indiana third-year head coach Teri Moren picked up her 250th victory as a head coach with Sunday’s win at Wisconsin. She hits the career mark in her 14th season as a head coach, including the last three at the helm of the IU program. She also reached her 50th Hoosier win on Jan. 23 vs. Penn State and became the third fastest coach to reach 50 wins in school history in 84 games at the helm, behind Bea Gorton (60 games) and Felisha Lagette-Jack (82 games).

 

BUSS NAMED TO B1G HONOR ROLL

Tyra Buss earned a place on the Big Ten Player of the Week Honor Roll on Monday for her performances against Penn State and Wisconsin. The Mt. Carmel, Ill. native averaged 20.0 points, 3.0 assists, 2.5 steals and 2.5 rebounds in a pair of IU wins. It marked the second time this season the Hoosiers have placed a player on the Big Ten honor roll, as Alexis Gassion picked up honors on Jan. 9.

HEAD TO THE LINE

Indiana made it a priority to get to the line last week and capitalized on free throws in two wins. IU went 53-for-61 (81.0 percent) from the charity stripe against Penn State and Wisconsin, while holding opponents to an 11-for-18 performance (61.1 percent).

JENN’S CONTINUES TO SCORE 

Senior center Jenn Anderson continues to provide a solid scoring threat for the Hoosiers. She posted her fifth-straight double figure scoring game on Sunday when she added 14 points in the win at Wisconsin. She is now averaging 11.8 points in Big Ten play on a 66.7 field goal percentage and grabbing 6.3 rebounds through seven league games.

 

MOVING UP THE CAREER BLOCK LIST

In addition to three active players on the all-time scoring list, IU also has three active players on the all-time career blocks list. Senior guard Alexis Gassion leads the trio of players with 79 career swats, which ranks eighth all time. Junior forward Amanda Cahill also registers on the list with 72 blocks, which ranks tied for ninth while senior center Jenn Anderson has tallied 55 blocks in her career which is 11th all-time.

58 AND COUNTING

Tyra Buss secured her 58th-straight game in double figures as she scored a team-high 19 points in the win at Wisconsin on Sunday She officially broke the all-time school record with her 50th double figure scoring game on Dec. 21 against Stony Brook. She takes over the record from IU great Karna Abram, who did it 49 consecutive times between 1984-85 and 1985-86.

GOOD FROM THE FIELD

Shooting 50 percent or better in nine games this season, Indiana continues to be one of the leaders in field goal percentage. Their overall mark of 47.8 percent ranks sixth in the NCAA and second in the Big Ten. IU returned back to the 50 percent or better field goal percentage on Jan. 19 as it shot 50 percent in the win over Purdue.

CLEAN THE GLASS

Indiana continues to post positive margins on the glass this season, as it has outrebounded its opponent in 15 of 21 games this season and hold a +5.5 advantage on the glass this season – which is fifth in the Big Ten. The Hoosiers posted its largest margin on the glass this season against North Texas (+30), which is the largest margin since the record has been kept in 2008-09.

DOUBLE-DOUBLE MACHINE

Cahill recorded her eighth double-double of the season on Jan. 23 when she scored 11 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in a win over Penn State. She has recorded eight of IU’s 12 double-doubles of the season and now has a total of 24 in her career – which ranks sixth all-time in school history. She also ranks sixth all-time in double-doubles in Big Ten games as she’s recorded 13 in her career.

HOOSIERS IN THE RPI 

Coming into Thursday’s game, Indiana sits at No. 53 in the NCAA RPI while Michigan State comes in at No. 60. Overall, the Big Ten features nine teams in the top 100 of the latest RPI.

TRIO OF 1,000 POINT SCORERS

With the addition of Amanda Cahill as the 26th member of the 1,000 point club on Dec. 21, IU’s roster now features three active players on the all-time scoring list at the same time.

                • Tyra Buss – 1,384 (13th)

                • Alexis Gassion – 1,212 (16th)

                • Amanda Cahill – 1,131 (19th)

BUSS CLIMBS THE BOOKS

Buss has now made her way into the top 10 of both assists (T8th, 341) and steals (7th, 189). She sits at No. 13 all-time on the career scoring list with 1,384 career points and has the potential to become just the second player ever to be on the IU top 10 list in points, steals and assists joining Jamie Braun (2007-10). She needs 119 points to reach Shirley Bryant’s 1,503 career points to move into the top 10 of all-time scoring.

SCORING AS A JUNIOR

Buss – who set the scoring record for most points as a freshman and sophomore – continues to climb the scoring chart for most points through a junior season:

1.       Denise Jackson (1,505)

2.       Rachelle Bostic (1,389)

3.       Tyra Buss (1,384)

4.       Jill Chapman (1,346)

5.       Cindy Bumgarner (1,311)

6.       Karna Abram (1,284)

LEX DOES A LOT TOO

Senior guard Alexis Gassion is also one of the Hoosier’s most powerful pieces on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. The Fairborn, Ohio native is IU’s third leading scorer with 13.8 points per game and the team’s second leading rebounder grabbing 6.1 boards per contest. She is also second in assists (4.5 per game) and holds a 50.2 field goal percentage. Her 3.1 assist to turnover ratio is leads the Big Ten and ranks ninth in the nation. Gassion has also posted 18 games in double figures this season including the last 14 of 15 games.

UP NEXT

Indiana comes home to face No. 3/3 Maryland in a Sunday tilt on ESPN2. Tipoff is set for 12 p.m. ET inside Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.

IU Women’s Basketball Wins At Wisconsin, 78-54; Moren Picks Up 250th Career Victory

MADISON, Wisc.  – Another dominant fourth quarter led the Indiana Women’s Basketball team to a win inside Kohl Center on Sunday afternoon with a 78-54 rout of the Wisconsin Badgers. With the win, IU picks up its first victory in Madison since 2009.

Junior guard Tyra Buss led the Hoosiers with 19 points and three assists while senior guard Alexis Gassion followed with 16 points to go along with six rebounds and three assists. Four Hoosiers scored in double figures in the win, as senior center Jenn Anderson secured her fifth-straight double figure scoring game with 14 points by going 7-for-8 from the floor and added five boards. Junior forward Amanda Cahill also dropped 11 points and finished with nine rebounds.

Head coach Teri Moren also hit a career milestone in the victory, picking up her 250th career win as a head coach – which spans 14 seasons and the last three at Indiana.

The Hoosiers (15-6, 5-3 B1G) shot 48.1 percent from the floor on the afternoon as it also added a 74.2 percent clip from the free throw line – going 23-for-31 on the day. They also outrebounded the home team, 31-28, and added 12 assists and picked up seven steals.

UW came out and took an early 6-2 lead before IU could tie things up on a Gassion jumper on the elbow with 6:38 to play. Back-to-back threes by Buss sparked a 12-1 run over the course of the next two and a half minutes as Indiana took a 14-7 lead with 2:25 remaining. IU would close the quarter with layups from Buss and Cahill to take a 20-10 advantage

Wisconsin (5-16, 0-8 B1G) would control much of the tempo in the second quarter, as it would cut the lead down to five, 26-21, with 5:07 remaining before the half. IU would increase its lead back to seven on multiple occasions in the quarter, before settling with a 35-29 halftime lead.

The Badgers came out on fire in the third quarter, tying things up just two and a half minutes into play as the score would change hands five time and feature two ties throughout. UW wouldn’t go up more than three in the frame but as Cahill’s pair at the line with 3:28 to play would mark the final time IU would take back the lead to make it 48-47. Buss would end the quarter on positive note, as she sank a buzzer beater layup on the left side, giving Indiana a 57-51 lead.

 

Indiana dominated the final ten minutes of play, extending its streak from the third quarter as it used a 12-0 run to propel itself in front of the Badgers with 7:06 remaining. Playing in the bonus for much of the final quarter, IU went 13-for-18 from the line and outscored UW, 21-3, in the final quarter as it also earned its largest win over the Badgers since 2008.

NOTES

  • For the first time since the 2008-09 season, Indiana was victorious at the Kohl Center with the 78-54 win. IU had not won in Madison since a 67-61 overtime win since Feb. 6, 2009, making its win on Sunday the first regulation win at Kohl Center since 2006.
  • Senior center Jenn Anderson recorded her fifth-straight double figure scoring game with 14 points on 7-for-8 shooting and also added five points
  • Junior forward Amanda Cahill reached her 700th career rebound as she pulled down a team-high nine in the win. She becomes just the 10th player in school history to record 700 rebounds or more.
  • Junior guard Tyra Buss secured her 58th-straight double figure scoring game with a team-high 19 points.
  • Head Coach Teri Moren hit a career milestone with the victory, earning her 250th career win. Moren is in her 14th season as a head coach and third at the helm of the Hoosiers.

UP NEXT

The Hoosiers continue on the road on Thursday when they travel to East Lansing, Mich. to take on the Michigan State Spartans. Tipoff is slated for 6 p.m. ET live on the Big Ten Network and WHCC 105.1 FM.

INDIANA |#IUWBB GAME PREVIEW: IU Women’s Hoops Travels to Wisconsin Sunday Afternoon

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – IU Women’s Basketball wraps up the month of January on the road when it visits the Wisconsin Badgers on Sunday afternoon. Tipoff between the two teams is set for 3 p.m. ET and will be live on BTN Plus and heard on WHCC 105.1 FM.

Indiana (14-6, 4-3 B1G) at Wisconsin (5-15, 0-7 B1G)
Sunday, January 29, 2017 • 3 p.m. ET
Kohl Center (17,230) • Madison, Wisc.
TV Broadcast: BTN Plus
Radio: WHCC 105.1 FM (Greg Murray)

Live Stats: Sidearm

Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

ABOUT THE COACHES

Indiana

Teri Moren

Career Record: 249-164 (14th Season)

Indiana Record: 50-34 (3rd Season)

 Wisconsin

Jonathan Tsipis

Career Record: 97-53 (5th Season)

Wisconsin Record: 5-15 (1st Season)

ABOUT THE BADGERS

Wisconsin is still looking for its first Big Ten win of the year as it fell to Michigan State, 81-57, on Wednesday night. They are led by junior guard Cayla McMorris who averages 13.0 points and 4.3 rebounds per contests while senior forward Avyanna Young adds 10.6 points and 6.9 rebounds per game for the Badgers. As a team, UW averages 61.9 points per game on a 37.1 field goal percentage and 31.4 percent from 3-point range.

 SERIES HISTORY 

Indiana leads the series, 46-23

Last Meeting: 12/14/16 – W, 67-56 (Bloomington, Ind.)

 FOUR IN A ROW

Indiana picked up its fourth-straight win and series sweep over Penn State in a 72-66 win on Monday night. It marked the first time the Hoosiers have four in a row in the series between the two, which dates back to 1982. They have strung together three-straight wins two times in the series including the active streak and from 2008-09.

 50 WINS FOR MOREN

Indiana third-year head coach Teri Moren picked up her 50th victory at the helm of the program on Monday night. It makes her the third fastest coach to reach 50 wins in school history in her 84 games at the helm behind Bea Gordon (60 games) and Felisha Lagette-Jack (82 games). A win on Sunday would also give Moren her 250th career win as she holds an all-time record of 249-164 in her 14 year career.

 BANKS GOES BACK TO COLLEGE

It will be a homecoming of sorts for IU assistant coach Janese Banks as she returns to Madison for the opposition. Banks played four years at Wisconsin (2005-08) where she averaged 12.8 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game and earned three All-Big Ten honors and three All-Big Ten Academic selections in her career. She finished her career as one of 10 players in Badgers history to score 1,500 career points.

DOUBLE-DOUBLE MACHINE

Cahill recorded her eighth double-double of the season on Monday when she scored 11 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in a win over Penn State. She has recorded eight of IU’s 12 double-doubles of the season and now has a total of 24 in her career – which ranks sixth all-time in school history. She also ranks sixth all-time in double-doubles in Big Ten games as she’s recorded 13 in her career.

JENN’S CONTINUES TO SCORE 

Senior center Jenn Anderson continues to provide a solid scoring threat for the Hoosiers. She recorded her fourth-straight double-figure scoring game on Monday night when she scored 11 points against Penn State.  Anderson recorded a career night on inside the Crisler Center on Jan. 10 as she tied a team-high and career-high 21 points on 9-for-13 shooting and added a career-high 12 rebounds. The Sheridan, Ind. native also recorded just the second double-double of her career. She also tied a team-high 17 points and tied a career-high three blocks against Northwestern and added 10 points in the win over Purdue. She is now averaging 11.4 points in Big Ten play on a 63.6 field goal percentage and grabbing 6.4 rebounds through seven league games.

KYM PROVIDES A SPARK

Sophomore forward Kym Royster provided a much-needed spark off the IU bench on Jan. 19 against Purdue, The Newark, Ohio native scored a new season-high 14 points on 7-for-10 shooting as she scored in double figures for the third time this season.

MOVING UP THE CAREER BLOCK LIST

In addition to three active players on the all-time scoring list, IU also has three active players on the all-time career blocks list. Senior guard Alexis Gassion leads the trio of players with 79 career swats, which ranks eighth all time. Junior forward Amanda Cahill also registers on the list with 72 blocks, which ranks tied for ninth while senior center Jenn Anderson has tallied 55 blocks in her career which is 11th all-time.

57 AND COUNTING

Junior guard Tyra Buss secured her 57th-straight game in double figures as she scored a team-high 21 points and led the team in scoring for the 11th time on Monday against Penn State. She officially broke the all-time school record with her 50th double figure scoring game on Dec. 21 against Stony Brook. She takes over the record from IU great Karna Abram, who did it 49 consecutive times between 1984-85 and 1985-86.

STREAKING FROM THE LINE

Entering Sunday’s game, Cahill has hit her last 14 free throws over a span of four games. Her streak began on Jan. 10 at Michigan and she extended it on Monday with a 7-for-7 performance against Penn State. Her streak is also tied for the 11th best single season streak at the charity stripe as she also has eight perfect performances from the line this season.

GOOD FROM THE FIELD

Shooting 50 percent or better in nine games this season, Indiana continues to be one of the leaders in field goal percentage. Their overall mark of 47.8 percent ranks seventh in the NCAA and second in the Big Ten. IU returned back to the 50 percent or better field goal percentage on Jan. 19 as it shot 50 percent in the win over Purdue.

CLEAN THE GLASS

Indiana continues to post positive margins on the glass this season, as it has outrebounded its opponent in 14 of 20 games this season and hold a +5.7 advantage on the glass this season – which is fifth in the Big Ten. The Hoosiers posted its largest margin on the glass this season against North Texas (+30), which is the largest margin since the record has been kept in 2008-09.

HOOSIERS IN THE RPI 

Coming into Monday’s game, Indiana sits at No. 51 in the NCAA RPI while Wisconsin comes in at No. 192. Overall, the Big Ten features 10 teams in the top 100 of the latest RPI.

TRIO OF 1,000 POINT SCORERS

With the addition of Amanda Cahill as the 26th member of the 1,000 point club on Dec. 21, IU’s roster now features three active players on the all-time scoring list at the same time.

                • Tyra Buss – 1,365 (13th)

                • Alexis Gassion – 1,196 (16th)

                • Amanda Cahill – 1,120 (20th)

BUSS CLIMBS THE BOOKS

Buss has now made her way into the top 10 of both assists (9th, 338) and steals (7th, 185). She sits at No. 13 all-time on the career scoring list with 1,365 career points and has the potential to become just the second player ever to be on the IU top 10 list in points, steals and assists joining Jamie Braun (2007-10). She needs 138 points to reach Shirley Bryant’s 1,503 career points to move into the top 10 of all-time scoring.

SCORING AS A JUNIOR

Buss – who set the scoring record for most points as a freshman and sophomore – continues to climb the scoring chart for most points through a junior season:

1.       Denise Jackson (1,505)

2.       Rachelle Bostic (1,389)

3.       Tyra Buss (1,365)

4.       Jill Chapman (1,346)

5.       Cindy Bumgarner (1,311)

6.       Karna Abram (1,284)

LEX DOES A LOT TOO

Senior guard Alexis Gassion is also one of the Hoosier’s most powerful pieces on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. The Fairborn, Ohio native is IU’s third leading scorer with 13.7 points per game and the team’s second leading rebounder grabbing 6.2 boards per contest. She is also second in assists (4.6 per game) and holds a 50.2 field goal percentage. Her 3.0 assist to turnover ratio is leads the Big Ten and ranks fifth in the nation. Gassion has also posted 17 games in double figures this season including the last 13 of 14 games.

UP NEXT

A trip to East Lansing, Mich. awaits the Hoosiers on Thursday, February 2. Tipoff is set for 6 p.m. ET live on the Big Ten Network.

Big Ten Highlights 102nd Class of Big Ten Medal of Honor

Rosemont, Ill. – The Big Ten Conference celebrated its 102nd class of the esteemed Big Ten Medal of Honor on Tuesday. Twenty-eight students from 16 different sports were honored with the prestigious award, which was established in 1915 and was the first award in intercollegiate athletics to demonstrate support for the educational emphasis placed on athletics. The Big Ten Medal of Honor is awarded to one male and one female student from the graduating class of each member institution who has demonstrated excellence on and off the field throughout their college career.

Big Ten schools currently feature more than 9,500 students competing in intercollegiate athletics, but only 28 earn this prestigious award on an annual basis. In more than 100 years of the Big Ten Medal of Honor, almost 1,400 students have earned this distinction.

“The Big Ten Medal of Honor is an award that recognizes high achievement in both academic and athletic pursuits, and embodies the conference’s longstanding commitment to providing a broad-based experience,” Big Ten Commissioner James E. Delany said. “We are thrilled to congratulate the 28 recipients of this year’s award, as they join a list of prominent individuals who have earned this distinction over the past 102 years.”

This year’s list of distinguished students claimed numerous national and conference academic and athletic honors, along with winning NCAA and Big Ten team and individual championships. Every recipient claimed Academic All-Big Ten or All-Big Ten accolades at least once in their career, while pursuing diverse fields of study with a list of majors that include mathematics, psychology, neurobiology and environmental sciences, aerospace, electrical, mechanical and civil engineering, air transportation, kinesiology and many others.

The 2016 Big Ten Medal of Honor class of recipients boasts eight Academic All-Americans: Illinois’ Allie Bauch, Iowa’s Mike Gesell, Michigan’s Mason Ferlic, Minnesota’s Hannah Brandt, Nebraska’s Mattie Fowler and Shavon Shields, Ohio State’s Jacoby Foren and Penn State’s Nico Megaludis.

Indiana’s Nicole Volgraf, Maryland’s Rachelle Beanlands and Michael McCarney, Michigan’s Shannon Scavelli and Purdue’s Matthew McClintock were named Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honorees in their respective sports during the academic year. Iowa’s Katie Brown and Michigan’s Ferlic and Scavelli were recipients of Big Ten Postgraduate Scholarships, given to one male and one female student participating in intercollegiate athletics from each of the Big Ten institutions who plan to continue their education at a graduate degree program.

Athletically, 11 students were Big Ten individual and/or team champions and three were members of a national championship team. Brandt led the Gophers to their seventh women’s hockey national title, Penn State’s Britt Eckerstrom helped guide the Nittany Lions to the first women’s soccer national championship in school and Big Ten history, and Megaludis claimed the 125-pound wrestling national title in leading Penn State to its sixth team national championship.

Big Ten Medal of Honor winners to earn conference regular season or tournament team titles were Illinois’ Charlie Danielson in men’s golf, Indiana’s Nick Zeisloft in men’s basketball, Maryland’s Michael McCarney in men’s lacrosse, Michigan State’s Jack Allen in football, Ohio State’s Catherine Shields in rowing and Penn State’s Eckerstrom and Megaludis in women’s soccer and wrestling, respectively.

Ferlic claimed individual Big Ten titles in the 5,000-meter run at both the Big Ten Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Championships and won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the outdoor championships. Rutgers’ Corey Crawford won the long jump at both the Big Ten Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Wisconsin’s Kelsey Card earned the individual Big Ten titles in the shot put at both the indoor and outdoor events, won the discus throw at the indoor championships and claimed the individual Big Ten title in the weight throw at the outdoor meet. Purdue’s Matthew McClintock claimed the individual conference championship at the Big Ten Cross Country Championships.

To learn more about the Big Ten Medal of Honor, including this year’s honorees, visit bigten.org.

Big Ten Medal of Honor Class of 2016:

Illinois

Charlie Danielson, Men’s Golf

Allie Bauch, Softball

Indiana

Nick Zeisloft, Men’s Basketball

Nicole Volgraf, Field Hockey

Iowa

Mike Gesell, Men’s Basketball

Katie Brown, Rowing

Maryland

Michael McCarney, Men’s Lacrosse

Rachelle Beanlands, Women’s Soccer

Michigan

Shannon Scavelli, Field Hockey

Mason Ferlic, Men’s Track & Field

Michigan State

Jack Allen, Football

Lisa Burt, Women’s Gymnastics

Minnesota

Aaron Bartnik, Men’s Cross Country and Track & Field

Hannah Brandt, Women’s Hockey

Nebraska

Shavon Shields, Men’s Basketball

Mattie Fowler, Softball

Northwestern

Lisa McCarthy, Field Hockey

Joey Calistri, Men’s Soccer

Ohio State

Jacoby Boren, Football

Catherine Shields, Rowing

Penn State

Britt Eckerstrom, Women’s Soccer

Nico Megaludis, Wrestling

Purdue

Matthew McClintock, Men’s Cross Country and Track & Field

Katie Hoevet, Women’s Cross Country and Track & Field

Rutgers

Corey Crawford, Men’s Track & Field

Brianne Reed, Women’s Soccer

Wisconsin

Joel Stave, Football

Kelsey Card, Women’s Track & Field