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Sunday's B1G women's hoops roundup: PSU downs Iowa

There were a pair of Big Ten women’s basketball games on Sunday afternoon. No. 15 Penn State kicked off the action by dropping No. 22 Iowa, 87-71, at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Siera Thompson scored 18 points as Michigan cruised to an impressive 64-49 win over Ohio State in the second game of the day. Catch up on all the action in this post. PENN STATE 87, IOWA 71 | RECAP (AP) Maggie Lucas hit five 3-pointers on her way to 27 points to lead No. 15 Penn State to an 87-71 victory over No. 22 Iowa on Sunday. Penn State (10-3,

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Sunday women's hoops roundup: Huskers cruise

There were five Big Ten women’s basketball games Sunday. Nebraska kicked off the action with an impressive 87-64 win over Southern University. Minnesota topped Navy, Iowa got the best of UNI, and Ohio State fell to Bowling Green. Catch up on all the day’s scores and stats in this post. MINNESOTA 62, NAVY 55 | RECAP | BOX Three Gophers scored in double figures as the University of Minnesota (4-1) women’s basketball team Navy (4-2) defeated visiting Navy, 62-55, Sunday afternoon at Williams Arena on Military Appreciation Day. Rachel Banham was the Gophers’ top scorer with 18 points and seven

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Sunday B1G women's hoops roundup: No. 1 UConn tops PSU

Big Ten women’s hoops is in full swing today as eight teams are in action. No. 13 Penn State kicked off today’s slate with a 71-52 home loss to No. 1 Connecticut. Illinois, Iowa, Michigan State, Northwestern, Ohio State, Purdue and Wisconsin also were in action. Catch up on all of today’s B1G women’s hoops action in this post. UCONN 71, Penn State 52 | RECAP (AP) Maggie Lucas scored 18 points and Tori Waldner had 11 for Penn State, but the Nittany Lions fell to No. 1 Connecticut  72-51 Sunday, snapping the Lady Lions 22 game home-court winning streak.

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Watch all the Big Ten women's coaches speak

Here are all 12 press conferences held by the Big Ten women’s basketball coaches at Big Ten Basketball Media Day. Illinois’ Matt Bollant Iowa’s Lisa Bluder Indiana’s Curt Miller Michigan State’s Suzy Merchant Michigan’s Kim Barnes Arico Minnesota’s Pam Borton Northwestern’s Joe McKeown Nebraska’s Connie Yori Ohio State’s Kevin McGuff Penn State’s Coquese Washington Purdue’s Sharon Versyp Wisconsin’s Bobbie Kelsey

BTN releases 2013-14 women's hoops slate, talent roster

CHICAGO – BTN will air an exciting lineup of women’s basketball matchups for the 2013-14 season, including 43 conference, six non-conference and 10 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament games. With six Big Ten teams selected to the 2013 NCAA Championship, the Big Ten expects to enter this season with several ranked teams. The season will tip off at noon ET on Nov. 17, with defending Big Ten Champion Penn State hosting eight-time NCAA Champion Connecticut. Also included in the schedule are three games from the Big Ten/ACC Women’s Basketball Challenge, beginning with Penn State hosting Notre Dame, a Final Four

Ohio State hires Washington's Kevin McGuff

Ohio State announced Tuesday afternoon that Washington’s Kevin McGuff has been named Ohio State’s new head women’s basketball coach. “We are excited with the opportunity for Kevin to lead our women’s basketball program,” Ohio State AD Gene Smith said. “He is a proven leader and has done a marvelous job everywhere he has been. We welcome him back to his home, Ohio.” [ OHIOSTATEBUCKEYES.COM: Kevin McGuff named women’s basketball coach ] McGuff replaces the recently fired Jim Foster, who was let go after an 18-13 season. Foster won 279 games and a record six straight Big Ten titles with the

Hill, Moore selected in first round of WNBA draft

The 2013 WNBA Draft was held Monday night in Bristol, Conn., and a pair of Big Ten stars were selected in the first round. Ohio State’s Tayler Hill went No. 4 to Washington, while Nebraska’s Lindsey Moore went No. 12 to Minnesota. Read more about Hill and Moore and see all the Big Ten draftees in this post. [ RELATED: View all the 2013 WNBA Draft picks ] ROUND 1 No. 4: TAYLER HILL, OHIO STATE – Two-time All-Big Ten guard Tayler Hill was drafted fourth overall by the Washington Mystics in the 2013 WNBA Draft Monday, marking the third

Jim Foster will not return to Ohio State

Gene Smith, Ohio State associate vice president and director of athletics, announced Tuesday that Jim Foster will not return as head coach of the Buckeye women’s basketball program. “Jim Foster has meant so much to so many over his career,” Smith said. “His work in mentoring young people on and off the court has been exceptional. The Ohio State women’s basketball program was made better under Jim’s leadership over the last 11 years. He and (wife) Donna have been wonderful representatives of our university and we wish them the best.” “I have known Jim for more than 25 years,” Miechelle

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Penn State tops Ohio State, 76-66

Alex Bentley scored 20 points, Maggie Lucas added 18, and No. 8 Penn State beat Ohio State 76-66 Friday in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament. The top-seeded Lady Lions (25-4) had their difficulties in this one after earning a first-round bye and their second straight regular-season title with a 14-2 conference record. But they went on a big run early in the second half to break a tie and earn a spot in Saturday’s semifinals against the Michigan-Michigan State winner. Look back at the GameTracker. And catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get video,

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Ohio State gets past Minnesota

Tayler Hill scored 25 points to help Ohio State beat Minnesota 58-47 on Thursday in the opening round of the Big Ten Conference tournament. Ashley Adams added 14 points and eight rebounds for the ninth-seeded Buckeyes (18-12), who advanced to face top-seeded and eighth-ranked Penn State in the quarterfinals Friday. Look at the game details in GameTracker. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get video, stats and recaps in this post. [ BOX | RECAP | SCORES | TOURNEY STORIES | ALL PHOTOS | TRACK TWEETS ON CONNECT ] *** EDITOR’S NOTE In partnership with Narrative Science, BTN.com posts fast recaps after every half