Six Big Ten schools received berths into the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship, it was announced Monday night.
No. 2 seeds Michigan and Michigan State highlight the Big Ten's nation-leading and conference all-time high eight teams in the NCAA tournament.
It'll be No. 1 Michigan State vs. No. 3 Michigan in the 2019 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament final on Sunday afternoon.
Day 2 of the 2019 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament featured an upset, No. 13 Nebraska downing No. 5 Maryland, and an overtime thriller, No. 7 Minnesota outlasting No. 10 Penn State. Get caught up on all the action inside.
The Big Ten unveiled the 2018-19 All-Big Ten Men's Basketball team and individual award winners Monday night on BTN Live.Big Ten Player of the Year Cassius Winston (Michigan State) and Carsen Edwards (Purdue), the only unanimous selections, headline the honorees.
Penn State won the 2019 Big Ten Wrestling Championships title on Sunday with a team score of 157.5. The Nittany Lions earned their sixth Big Ten Championship and first since 2016.
Michigan State, Purdue, Michigan and Wisconsin are the top four seeds in the 2019 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament, the conference office announced on Sunday evening. The 22nd annual event will be played from March 13-17 at the United Center.
It's the final week of the season. Purdue is in the driver's seat, and is the only contender that controls its destiny. It being the last week, I thought I'd do something a little different with my Big Ten Power Rankings, presented by ArcelorMittal, and project the Big Ten tourney seeds.
The Big Ten released its 2018-19 women’s basketball teams and honors Monday afternoon. See the full teams below. COACHES FIRST TEAM Kathleen Doyle, Iowa MEGAN GUSTAFSON, Iowa KAILA CHARLES, Maryland Naz Hillmon, Michigan Hallie Thome, Michigan Shay Colley, Michigan State KENISHA BELL, Minnesota Lindsey Pulliam, Northwestern Teniya Page, Penn State Karissa McLaughlin, Purdue SECOND TEAM Alex Wittinger, Illinois Ali Patberg, Indiana Jaelynn Penn, Indiana Taylor Mikesell, Maryland Jenna Allen, Michigan State Destiny Pitts, Minnesota Pallas Kunaiyi-Akpanah, Northwestern Dorka Juhász, Ohio State Ae’Rianna Harris, Purdue Stasha Carey, Rutgers HONORABLE MENTION Tania Davis, Iowa Stephanie Jones,Maryland Nicole Munger,Michigan Nia Clouden, Michigan State
The Big Ten Conference announced today that James E. Delany will officially conclude his term as Big Ten Commissioner at the end of his current contract which expires on June 30, 2020. The Big Ten Council of Presidents and Chancellors (COP/C) has initiated a search process under the direction of the COP/C Executive Committee and led by COP/C Chair Morton Schapiro, President, Northwestern University. They have retained the services of Korn Ferry to assist in the search. “Jim has had an extraordinary impact on the Big Ten Conference, its member institutions, administrators, students and coaches since 1989,” said Schapiro. “He