1998 All-Big Ten Teams


Position            First Team            Second Team             Third Team

First Base          Robb Quinlan, MINN    Jason Trott, OSU        Kevin Rudden, ILL

                                                                  Roger Rodenheaver, IND

Second Base         D.J. Svihlik, ILL     Brian Mitchell, IOWA    Ollie Dunn, NU

Shortstop           Mark Carek, OSU       DARYL HALLADA, PUR      Nate Frese, IOWA

Third Base          Craig Marquie, ILL    Shawn Fagan, PSU        Matt Scanlon, MINN

Outfield            Mike Lockwood, OSU    Mark Groebner, MINN     Dan Beers, PSU

                    Dan On'Neill, ILL     Danny Rhodes, ILL       Mike Campo, PSU

                    Craig Selander, MINN  Dusty Rhodes, ILL       Mike Stritch, NU

Designated Hitter   Dan Seimetz, OSU      Brian Baron, NU         Dan Haegele, IND

Catcher             Aaron Nieckula, ILL   Mike Kremblas, OSU      Brandt Childs, IND

Pitcher             Brett Weber, ILL      Justin Fry, OSU         Ben Birk, MINN  

                    Nate Bump, PSU        Dan McGrath, MINN       Cody Salter, ILL

                    Mark Mulder, MSU      Brian Murphy, MSU       Chad Smith, IND

                    John Seaman, NU       Eric Thompson, OSU      Tom Zidlicky, ILL

Relief Pitcher      Jim Journell, ILL     Mike Stafford, OSU      Chris Yens, MSU



Player-of-the-Year: D.J. Svihlik, ILL       Pitcher-of-the-Year: Brett Weber, ILL 

Freshman-of-the-Year: Jeremy Kurella, NU    Coach-of-the-Year: Richard Jones, ILL

1998 Big Ten Standings


                    Big Ten         Overall

                     W   L  PCT.     W   L  PCT.

 1. Illinois        19   5  .792    42  21  .667

 2. Minnesota       19   9  .679    45  15  .750

 3. Ohio State      18   9  .667    37  16  .698

 4. Penn State      15  11  .577    28  24  .538

 5. Indiana         14  14  .500    29  27  .518

 6. Michigan         9  15  .375    21  27  .439

     Iowa            9  15  .375    19  27  .413

 8. Northwestern    10  18  .357    27  26  .509

 9. Michigan State   8  16  .333    25  27  .481

     Purdue          9  18  .333    23  29  .442