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By being No. 6, B.J. Futrell became one of four.
Being an All-American in track is becoming pretty commonplace for Robert Gardner.
Numbers alone don't tell the whole story of Zack Novak's importance to Michigan's basketball team.
A few local graduates recently made their presences known in Big Ten athletics, with two earning Player of the Week honors and another being tabbed as the Field Athlete of the Year for indoor track.
One game into his collegiate baseball career, John Kravetz has already given himself a tough act to follow.
A number of local graduates are occupying spots on Purdue's indoor track rosters this winter, and some of them produced strong showings at recent meets.
The awards keep coming for Brad Karp.
He did it on behalf of Michigan State, but Branden Dawson did not give a spartan performance.
A little down time did nothing to dull Katie Klyczek's game.
A little-school residence didn't mean Kyle Kovach couldn't accomplish big things in 2011.
A double-digit win streak was forged with double-double assistance from Brad Karp.
Celestra Warren is doing big things on a small stage.
Kyle Whitaker helped Michigan leave its competition all wet.
So far, Elias Larson has been as good as advertised.
Megan Epperson went out in a manner befitting a team leader.
The Big Ten wrestling season is only two weeks old, but B.J. Futrell has already put his imprint on it.
This junior's achievement was duly noted.
CRETE | Shortly after making his future with the orange and blue official Wednesday morning, Michael Orris turned his attention back to the blue and gold.
St. Xavier University likely has plenty of football left to play in 2011, but Joe Gill recently gave fans of the NAIA top-ranked Cougars a glimpse ahead to 2012.
Illinois came up short last Saturday, thanks in large part to Kawaan Short.
One meet into his collegiate diving career, Alec Back has already entered the fast lane.
Anna Dorn got a 2-for-1 deal from the Big Ten.
LANSING | This Angell has been giving opponents a devil of a time.
HARVEY | These twins haven't reached their peak.
Tom Padjen has been through enough of these matchups through the years to no longer be shocked by anything he sees.
Email sealed the deal.
Freshman year of high school can be an intimidating time.
This Big Ben made it a good time for Indiana State University to run wild on Western Kentucky.
QB or not QB?
The season's first round won't be played until Monday, but Illinois senior Samantha Sloan has already been noticed.
On this occasion, eight was more than enough.
Remember the three-way title that capped the 2010 Big Ten football season?
Asked during last month's media days which people spring to mind when he hears the words "Big Ten" in 2011, Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald didn't hesitate to answer.
He's big enough to do as he pleases in many instances, and what Craig Wilson wanted most was to become a defender.
The only problem associated with this Houston was the one she continually gave IU Northwest opponents on the basketball court.
The future looked bleak. As a matter of fact, it was set to be nonexistent, at least in regard to the typical high school scenario.
His college choice had already been declared months before, but Milos Kostic wasn't finished making decisions about school.
After 85 years, a slower rate of movement is to be expected.
Jerry Verde's dilemma probably makes many of his coaching counterparts envious.
Effort giveth and the officials can taketh away.
With a track record that includes some very good football work done at both Northern and Southern Illinois universities, Jerry Kill's qualifications as a gridiron boss are evident.
In July, everyone is excited.
Beginning in the spring of 2013, Brett Lilek plans to have a Devils of a time playing baseball.
Before he heads off to college to study history, London Hawk decided to create some.
Already a six-time All-American in the pole vault, Melissa Gergel has one more goal in mind: a national championship.
Six months after it ended, Mike Langhurst's senior football season is still attracting notice.
In just her second year as a college softball player, Whiting grad Mel Dumezich earned national honors for the second time as she was selected to the Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division I All-Central Region team.
While Calumet College's baseball team wasn't a big factor within the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference this spring, its top pitcher certainly was.
Winning on the football field isn't the only thing that's important to Drew Rogowski.
Day 2 didn't go quite as well as Day 1 for Rebecca Neville, but winding up in the No. 3 position still wasn't bad.
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