Football and basketball are not the only B1G sports that have dominate teams. The Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse tournaments are underway, and the B1G is having success. On the Men’s side, Penn State has reached the Semifinals and will play Yale on May 25. The B1G will have a team in the Women’s final as Maryland and Northwestern play each other on Friday night.
The B1G baseball tournament begins this week. The top eight regular season teams compete in a double elimination tournament. There is no clear cut favorite this year. Indiana is the number one seed with a 17-7 record, but fifth place Minnesota has a record of 15-9. No team in the tournament has a conference record under .500.
John Beilein has left Michigan to be the head man for the Cleveland Cavaliers. What does this mean for the future of Michigan basketball?
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