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College baseball: Big Ten-Big East Challenge preview

Big Ten/Big East Challenge

When/where: Friday-Sunday; Progress Energy Park, home of Al Lang Field (St. Petersburg), Naimoli Complex (St. Petersburg), Jack Russell Stadium (Clearwater), Bright House Field (Clearwater) and Dunedin Stadium

Tickets: Pass (all games) $25. Day passes for Al Lang, Jack Russell and Naimoli facilities $10. Day passes $5 for Bright House Field and Dunedin Stadium. Call (410) 472-3500 or go to bigtenbigeastchallenge.com.

Game results: bigtenbigeastchallenge.com

Teams: Every Big Ten team except Wisconsin (no program), every Big East team except Pittsburgh and Georgetown

Day Teams Time Site

Friday Rutgers vs. Iowa 10 a.m. Al Lang Field

Friday UConn vs. Northwestern 10 a.m. Jack Russell Stadium

Friday Seton Hall vs. Michigan St. 10 a.m. Naimoli Complex

Friday Cincinnati vs. Penn St. 1 p.m. Al Lang Field

Friday W. Virginia vs. Indiana 1 p.m. Jack Russell Stadium

Friday Villanova vs. Purdue 1 p.m. Naimoli Complex

Friday St. John's vs. Minnesota 4 p.m. Dunedin Stadium

Friday USF vs. Ohio St. 4:30 p.m. Al Lang Field

Friday Notre Dame vs. Illinois 4:30 p.m. Jack Russell Stadium

Friday Louisville vs. Michigan 7:30 p.m. Dunedin Stadium

Saturday Villanova vs. Indiana 10 a.m. Al Lang Field

Saturday Seton Hall vs. Penn St. 10 a.m. Jack Russell Stadium

Saturday Northwestern vs. Rutgers 10 a.m. Naimoli Complex

Saturday UConn vs. Minnesota 1 p.m. Al Lang Field

Saturday Purdue vs. Cincinnati 1 p.m. Jack Russell Stadium

Saturday Iowa vs. W. Virginia 1 p.m. Naimoli Complex

Saturday Ohio St. vs. Notre Dame 4 p.m. Bright House Field

Saturday St. John's vs. Michigan 4:30 p.m. Al Lang Field

Saturday Michigan St. vs. Louisville 4:30 p.m. Jack Russell Stadium

Saturday USF vs. Illinois 7:30 p.m. Bright House Field

Sunday Northwestern vs. Seton Hall 10 a.m. Al Lang Field

Sunday Purdue vs. Rutgers 10 a.m. Jack Russell Stadium

Sunday Penn St. vs. Notre Dame 10 a.m. Naimoli Complex

Sunday Indiana vs. UConn 10 a.m. Naimoli Complex

Sunday Minnesota vs. Louisville 10 a.m. Naimoli Complex

Sunday Michigan St. vs. W. Virginia 1 p.m. Al Lang Field

Sunday Iowa vs. Villanova 1 p.m. Jack Russell Stadium

Sunday USF vs. Michigan 1 p.m. Naimoli Complex

Sunday Illinois vs. St. John's 1 p.m. Naimoli Complex

Sunday Ohio St. vs. Cincinnati 1 p.m. Naimoli Complex

College baseball: Big Ten-Big East Challenge preview 02/24/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 9:25pm]
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