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7:00 PMN. Dakota St. at MinnesotaWatch
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70 Big Ten student-athletes to compete at NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships

The Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, N.C., will play host to the 2015 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships, which begins Thursday and concludes Saturday. Preliminary sessions begin at 11 a.m. ET each day, with nightly finals slated for 7 p.m. This year’s championships will feature 70 Big Ten student-athletes from 10 different schools. Big Ten institutions have won 30 individual titles, including a conference-leading 10 crowns from Michigan student-athletes. Six Big Ten squads are ranked in the top 25 of the latest national polls. Minnesota appears at No. 14, followed by No. 15 Indiana and No. 17 Michigan. Purdue

Catch the season finale of 'The Journey' at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday

On the season finale of “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2015,” debuting Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET, our crew takes you inside the 2015 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament chronicling all the moments from the teams’ arrivals to the final celebration. Watch a bonus scene from this week’s show to get a taste of all that our crew filmed last week. Then join us at Wednesday for the final episode of the 2015 season. Follow “The Journey” on Twitter and go behind the scenes with show producers running @BTNJourney for updates, photos, videos and more. We’re also on Facebook and

Audio: Hear Big Ten men's hockey coaches preview the tourney

On Tuesday the six Big Ten hockey coaches held a teleconference with reporters from around the country to preview the Big Ten Hockey Tournament being held in Detroit March 19-21. Jump inside to listen to the coaches and get details on how to watch all of the games. Listen to each of the six men’s coaches below. Beginning Thursday and running through Saturday, all games of the 2015 Big Ten Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament air live on BTN TV and BTN2Go from the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. The postseason honors came out Monday afternoon. Below are the BTN2Go links for

How to watch the Big Ten Men's Hockey Tournament live on BTN/BTN2Go

Beginning Thursday and running through Saturday, all games of the 2015 Big Ten Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament air live on BTN TV and BTN2Go from the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. The postseason honors came out Monday afternoon. Below are the BTN2Go links for all five tournament games. Not familiar with BTN2Go? Now’s a great time to learn. It’s free and it’s very handy. BTN2Go is the digital extension of the Big Ten Network, delivering live games and on-demand programming to Big Ten Network customers via the web, smartphones, and tablets. Learn more about BTN2Go and the get our free iOs and

Iowa wrestling leads nation in attendance for ninth straight season

The University of Iowa wrestling program led the nation in attendance for the ninth consecutive season, according to the annual Division I attendance report released by Roby Publishing. Iowa averaged 8,358 fans in six duals and led the country in total attendance with 55,390 fans attending seven home dates (including Iowa City Duals). The Hawkeyes averaged at least 8,000 fans for the seventh consecutive season. Right behind Iowa was Penn State, Minnesota and Ohio State, giving the Big Ten four of the nation’s top five attendance marks. Rutgers finished sixth, as well, in its first Big Ten season. For record

Dienhart's rapid reaction: Purdue ends Penn State's Cinderella run

CHICAGO — No. 13-seed Penn State’s Cinderella run in the Big Ten tourney came to a close in Friday’s quarterfinals at the United Center. [ MORE: View our Big Ten tournament central page ] No. 4-seed Purdue rallied and held off Penn State to record a 64-59 win and advance to the semifinals vs. No. 1-seed Wisconsin on Saturday. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s rapid reaction to Purdue’s win. Star player: Purdue big man A.J. Hammons played like an all-star. The 7-footer hit 7-of-10 shots (9-of-11 from the free-throw line) en route to notching a game-high 23 points. Wait,

Video: Penn State's Ross Travis soars for highlight dunk over A.J. Hammons

Few people go out of their way to challenge A.J. Hammons around the basket, and fewer people succeed when doing so. [ MORE: View our Big Ten tournament central page ] Don’t tell Ross Travis that. The Penn State senior took on the Big Ten’s block leader (2.8 bpg) and put him on a poster with a highlight dunk Friday in the Big Ten tournament quarterfinals. Travis, from just outside the 3-point line in the closing minutes of the first half, attacked the lane, got a step on Hammons and exploded for a fantastic one-handed dunk. “That was (Michael) Jordan-esque!”

Big Ten tourney Day 2 recap: Get a complete look at Thursday’s games

We’re reached the quarterfinals, and it will be No. 9 Michigan vs. No. 1 Wisconsin, No. 13 Penn State vs. No. 4 Purdue, No. 7 Indiana vs. No. 2 Maryland and No. 6 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Michigan State on Friday. Catch up on all of Thursday’s Big Ten tournament action on our Big Ten scoreboard. Thursday resulted included No. 9 Michigan rolling past No. 8 Illinois, 73-55, No. 13 Penn State stunning previously surging Iowa, 67-58, No. 7 Indiana breezing by No. 10 Northwestern, 71-56, and No. 6 Ohio State holding off No. 11 Minnesota, 79-73. Don’t forget

Photo: Patrick Chambers excuses Penn State fans from work Friday

We're sure watching #PSUMBBatWork was super fun, but @Coach_Chambers has you covered if you'd rather play hooky tmrw. pic.twitter.com/crQmXJyi0S — Penn State Hoops (@PennStateMBB) March 13, 2015 Good news, Penn State fans: You are excused from work Friday. If you get in trouble with your boss, well, just show them the picture in the tweet above. That’s right, head coach Patrick Chambers signed this excuse for absence from work letter so that you can watch Penn State’s Big Ten tourney quarterfinals matchup vs. Purdue from the comfort of your home. The Nittany Lions, fresh off a tourney-opening win over Nebraska,

Big Ten tournament Cinderella? That would be No. 13-seed Penn State

CHICAGO — D.J. Newbill pumped his first, let out a huge smile, and struck a Superman-like pose to the United Center crowd. [ MORE: View our Big Ten tourney central page ] The Nittany Lions are the 2015 Big Ten tournament’s Cinderella. Sure, some people had Penn State winning its tourney opener vs. struggling and No. 12 Nebraska. No one, outside of maybe Patrick Chambers, his players and Penn State fans, figured the Nittany Lions would beat fifth-seeded Iowa, which was riding a six-game winning streak. But they did. It wasn’t pretty at times. In fact, it was downright ugly