Northwestern Wildcats News for February 28, 2014
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M. Swimming. Trio of `Cats Earn Points in B1G Ten Championships...

Three Wildcats scored points for Northwestern Friday night in the evening finals of the Big Ten Championships Friday at the Canham Natatorium in four difference events including 3-meter diving, 100 fly, 100 back and the 200 yard freestyle.

M. Tennis. Wildcats Take Loss to Louisville, 5-2

No. 23 Northwestern did not achieve the result it wanted at No. 38 Louisville, as the Wildcats took a 5-2 loss on Friday. Senior Raleigh Smith had another strong showing and won both his singles and doubles matches.

Baseball. Wildcats Fall in Shootout at Tennessee Tech

Northwestern dropped a back-and-forth affair in the first game of a three-game series at Tennessee Tech Friday, 11-7.

M. Basketball. The Skip Report: Nebraska Primer

NUsports.com Special Contributor Skip Myslenski checks in with some fastbreak points as the `Cats head to Nebraska for a Saturday rematch with the Cornhuskers.

W. Tennis. 'Cats Return Home to Continue Conference Play Against...

The seventh-ranked Wildcats will return home to the Combe Tennis Center for the first time since early February to host the Purdue Boilermakers on Saturday, March 1. The match is NU's second in a row against a team from the Hoosier State, as the `Cats took down Indiana last Thursday 7-0.

Westphal making smooth transition on, off field [$]

Freshman CB Parrker Westphal is drinking from a fire hose, not a water fountain, as he goes through his first college practices.

M. Swimming. Ferguson Reaches Scoring Finals in 100 Fly and Back...

Junior Mark Ferguson propelled himself to have a busy Friday night. Ferguson reached the scoring consolation final in the 100 fly and 100 back, putting the Wildcats in position to earn more points at the Big Ten Championships.

W. Basketball. Big Ten Unveils Opponent Breakdown for 2015

Big Ten schools on Friday revealed a breakdown of their opponents for the 2015 Big Ten women's basketball season. Next year, the 14 Big Ten teams will compete in an 18-game conference schedule, playing five teams both home and away and eight teams once. Each team will play four of its single-play opponents at home and four on the road.

M. Basketball. 'Cats Make First Trip to Pinnacle Bank Arena to...

Northwestern travels to Pinnacle Bank Arena for the first time Saturday as it takes on host Nebraska. Tip-off is set for 4 p.m. with ESPNU providing live television coverage.

Northwestern finally owning right mentality [$]

Pat Fitzgerald entered the spring with the right mindset. We're done with the flair, and in with a Northwestern team acting quickly to improve.

Good Cat, Bad Cat: Position battles shake out [$]

Analyzing the risers and fallers in our Northwestern football stock report. This week, we're focusing on the early winners and losers of position groups.

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