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Big Ten CommunicationsPublished: 3/11/2024, Last updated: 3/12/2024
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Big Ten Tournament Update (March 10)

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MADISON, Wis. — No. 7 seed Ohio State completed a quarterfinal series upset by knocking off No. 2 seed Wisconsin, 3-1, Sunday evening at the Kohl Center.

Ohio State received a pair of goals from Davis Burnside and a strike from Scooter Brickey to go up 3-0 before Sawyer Scholl scored an extra-attacker goal with 1:57 remaining. OSU finished with 22 shots on goal.

OSU becomes the lowest seed to make the semifinals. No. 7 seeds were 0-11 in 10 previous Big Ten tournaments.

No. 3 seed Minnesota and No. 4 seed Michigan advanced by completing sweeps on Saturday while No. 1 seed Michigan State received a quarterfinal bye after winning the Big Ten regular season championship.

This Saturday's semifinal pairings from on-campus sites with the Big Ten Network providing coverage:

March 16, 6:30 p.m. ET — No. 7 Ohio State (14-19-4) at No. 1 Michigan State (22-9-3)

March 16, 9:00 p.m. ET — No. 4 Michigan (20-13-3) at No. 3 Minnesota (22-9-5)

The winners of the single-elimination semifinal games will meet in the Big Ten Tournament Championship Game on Saturday, March 23, at 8 p.m. ET on the campus of the highest remaining seed. The game will be broadcast on BTN.