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See 2014 Women's ACC/B1G Challenge games

The matchups for the 2014 ACC/Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge were announced Wednesday afternoon. The annual challenge, which will run Dec. 3-4, is in its eighth edition and will feature 14 games for the first time.

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Hooper, Lucas selected in second round of WNBA draft

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Alex Bentley & Maggie Lucas Feature

The 2014 WNBA Draft was Monday night and a pair of Big Ten standouts were selected in the second round. Nebraska’s Jordan Hooper was the first Big Ten player off the board, going No. 13 overall to the Tulsa Shock. Hooper was the 2014 Big Ten Player of the Year and an AP Second-Team All-American. She averaged 20.4 points and 9.1 rebounds per game this season, both of which ranked among the top five in the Big Ten.

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B1G women's recap: Penn State advances to Sweet 16

One night after two Big Ten women’s team were ousted from the NCAA tourney, Penn State punched its ticket to the Sweet 16 in a convincing 83-61 victory Tuesday over Florida. Iowa and Michigan State weren’t as fortunate, though, as they were eliminated by Louisville and North Carolina, respectively. That leaves the Lady Lions as the last of five Big Ten teams standing. Catch up on all of Tuesday’s action in this post.

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Penn State rallies to beat Wichita State, 62-56

(AP) Maggie Lucas sank one 3-pointer, followed with another, and pushed the crowd into a frenzy. Penn State’s comeback was on full blast, and Lucas was leading the charge. She refused to let the Lady Lions fall on the wrong side of history – not in this tournament, not on her home court.

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Five Big Ten teams make NCAA women's tourney

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Five Big Ten teams are seeded sixth or higher in their respective regionals in the NCAA women’s tourney, it was announced Monday night. Iowa (No. 6), Michigan State (No. 5), Nebraska (No. 4), Penn State (No. 3) and Purdue (No. 4) all earned bids to the field, marking the 15th time in the last 21 years the conference has sent five or more teams to the tourney.

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