Northwestern Wildcats News for March 1, 2014
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M. Swimming. Wilimovsky Punches Ticket to NCAA Championships...

Sophomore Jordan Wilimovsky (Malibu, Calif./Malibu) punched his ticket to his second career invite to the NCAA Championships in as many years at Northwestern. Wilimovsky broke his own school record in the 1,650 yard freestyle, posting an NCAA "A" Cut qualifying time of 14:42.99.

Northwestern loses 54-47 Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb.--Chris Collins and Northwestern are left to search for answers after their sixth consecutive loss. Here are WildcatReport's rapid reactions after a 54-47 loss.

Gordinier talks Maryland offer [$]

Red Bank Catholic linebacker Jamie Gordinier has been one of Maryland's top targets at the position for months now. Learn more on what he thinks of the Terps, right here!

Miami offers California tight end

Miami became the latest in a long line of schools to offer Moraga (Calif.) Campolindo tight end Tyler Petite.

Hentges has no problem staying busy

Jefferson City, Mo., tight end Hale Hentges has seen his recruitment truly explode in the last month.

Spann sticking to football [$]

After excelling in three sports, Tre Spann is sticking to the gridiron. Come inside for the latest on his football recruitment.

Locke staying busy

The word "busy" doesn't even begin to describe how James Locke's recruitment has gone lately.

Agnew talks UT junior day visit [$]

QB Ryan Agnew was on the UT campus on Saturday for a Texas junior day, and he liked the message delivered by the Longhorn coaches.

Three-star RB talks two visits

Bolu Olornfunmi recently visited both USC and UCLA and hopes at least one visit could soon result from those trips.

Goens keeps adding offers

Trent Goens added offers from Washington and Washington State recently, bringing his total up to five.

Pardon the Big Man [$]

Playing alongside top-10 prospect Carlton Bragg this year has led to many exposure opportunities for Derek Pardon. Now that he is getting in shape and improving, Pardon is starting to reek the benefits and is becoming an intriguing prospect, himself, in the midwest.

Horns add DE commitment from Omenihu [$]

DE Charles Omenihu visited Texas on Saturday and came away with the Longhorns as his leader. Less than 48 hours later, he has added his name to the Texas commitment list, becoming UT's eighth pledge.

Rivals250 DB sees new schools get involved

River Ridge (La.) John Curtis Rivals250 safety Hunter Dale has been on the radar of college coaches for a few years now. Tulane was the first to offer followed by Arizona State and Florida, and the interest continues to roll in for the standout defender.

M. Basketball. Northwestern Undone by Nebraska in Lincoln, 54-47...

In front of the largest basketball crowd in the short history of Pinnacle Bank Arena, Nebraska pulled away from Northwestern in the second half and posted a 54-47 victory Saturday.

Softball. Northwestern Makes It Rain On UC Santa Barbara, 10-1...

Northwestern scored early and often and then withstood a healthy rain delay on an already water-soaked field at Long Beach State to run-rule UC Santa Barbara, 10-1 (5).

Baseball. Northwestern Drops Nonconference Clash at Tennessee...

Northwestern scored first for the second game in a row, but Tennessee Tech answered with a vengeance as it slugged its way to a 12-2 victory Saturday at Bush Stadium.

W. Tennis. Northwestern Powers Past Purdue, 4-3

Belinda Niu capped a marathon match with Daniela Vidal at No. 2 singles to clinch a 4-3 victory over No. 39 Purdue on Saturday at the Combe Tennis Center. The seventh-ranked Wildcats moved to 2-0 in Big Ten play with the win, but it was not easy.

W. Golf. Wildcats Continue Spring Slate at Hurricane Invitational...

After a third-place showing at the spring-opening Lady Puerto Rico Classic, Northwestern heads south to play at the Hurricane Invitational, Monday, March 3-Wednesday, March 5 in Coral Gables, Fla. The 54-hole tournament will be played on the par-71, 6-092-yard Biltmore Golf Course.

M. Swimming. Stephens Reaches Finals in 100 Free

Senior Chase Stephens reached the championship final for the second time during the Big Ten Championships, posting a season best time of 43.41 in the 100 free. It qualified as an NCAA "B" Cut time as Stephens finished at No. 8 to earn a second swim in the scoring finals.

W. Basketball. 'Cats Put a Wrap on Regular Season Sunday at Wisco...

Northwestern wraps up the 2013-14 regular season on the road Sunday, taking on Wisconsin at the Kohl Center. Tip is scheduled for 1 p.m. A victory Sunday would give the Wildcats (14-14) a winning record heading into the 2014 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament, which takes place next week (March 6-9) in Indianapolis. A win against the Badgers would also give Northwestern its first season sweep of Wisconsin since 1994 as the Wildcats took the previous meeting this year, 74-58 in Evanston.

2016 PF Nick Rakocevic fielding NU interest [$]

2016 power forward Nick Rakocevic of St. Joe's (Ill.), the best player in-state for his age, is beginning to pick up Northwestern interest. Find out more from Rakocevic in this PW Insider Update.

His moment; not his team [$]

CHICAGOŚ Nick Medline's column from Senior Night at St. Rita's High School.

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