Big Ten Women's Sports Report

Big Ten Women's Sports Report

Extensive look at the female athletes shining on and off the Big Ten playing field in addition to highlights and analysis.

Watch Feature on Purdue's Courtney Moses

BTN produces a lot of feature stories throughout the year. The “Big Ten Women’s Sport Report” recently featured Purdue’s Courtney Moses who traveled with other student-athletes to Haiti as a volunteer for Double Harvest. Watch the video profile here and check out our entire collection of Big Ten video feature stories.

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Women's Report: Big Ten Tourney Time

On Tuesday morning’s Big Ten Women’s Sport Report, Lisa Byington, Kara Lentz and Megan Bower previewed the upcoming soccer and field hockey Big Ten Championships, discussed No. 8 Penn State dropping No. 1 Nebraska in volleyball and showed a feature on the Nebraska women’s soccer team’s trip to Europe.

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Interview: Penn State's Erica Walsh

No. 14 Penn State women’s soccer won Big Ten title No. 14 this past weekend on Sunday in a 4-0 victory at Michigan. It’s the most consecutive titles by a Big Ten women’s program in any sport, putting Penn State one ahead of the current Northwestern women’s tennis squad. BTN’s Lisa Byington talks with Penn State women’s soccer coach Erica Walsh as the Nittany Lions are on the verge of capturing another Big Ten Title. Read more about the clinching win and the team at GoPSUsports.com.

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Women's Report: Huskers Drop No. 1 Illini

On the next Big Ten Women’s Sports Report, at 8 am ET Tuesday, host Lisa Byington and analysts Kara Lentz and Megan Bower discuss No. 4 Nebraska sending No. 1 Illinois to its first loss on the volleyball court and offer early analysis on possible seeding for the NCAA Volleyball Tournament. Also, our crew will talk to Erica Walsh, whose Penn State women’s soccer team claimed its 14th straight Big Ten championship, the most titles in a row by any Big Ten women’s sports team. Don’t miss the show for all the latest volleyball, soccer, field hockey and ice hockey highlights.

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Women's Report: 5 Basketball Questions

On the latest Big Ten Women’s Sports Report, former Purdue basketball star Stephanie White joined the usual cast of host Lisa Byington and analysts Kara Lentz and Megan Bower. White answered five important questions about the 2011-12 women’s hoops season. The show also featured a profile of Purdue volleyball player Amanda Miller. Watch the video to learn more about her.

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Women's Report: Examining Illinois' big win

Join Lisa Byington, Kara Lentz, and Megan Bower on The Big Ten Women’s Sports Report on a new night as the weekly show moves to Tuesdays at 8 a.m. ET with multiple re-airs later on. This week catch highlights and analysis of Illinois volleyball breaking Penn State’s 68-match Big Ten home win streak. Plus, Penn State field hockey’s Kelsey Amy joins us to talk about the roll the Nittany Lions are on.

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Illinois Volleyball Ranked No. 1

For the first time in program history, the Illinois volleyball team is ranked No. 1 in the AVCA Poll, released Monday. The Illini, who were No. 3 last week, received 55 of the 60 first-place votes after opening Big Ten play with a pair of wins to move to 13-0 on the season. No. 7 Nebraska, No. 9 Penn State, No. 10 Minnesota, No. 12 Purdue, No. 17 Michigan and No. 22 Ohio State also made the poll. Get more on the latest volleyball news every Monday on “The Women’s Sports Report.” Watch our interview with Illinois’ Colleen Ward now.

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Tonight on BTN: Penn State at Nebraska

As if the competition of the Big Ten wasn’t a big enough adjustment, the Nebraska volleyball team also must adapt to a new schedule in its first season in the Big Ten. Unlike the Big 12, Nebraska’s previous conference, the Big Ten plays its weekend conference games on back-to-back nights, Friday and Saturday. It’s something that will take some getting used to. No. 10 Nebraska hosts No. 5 Penn State in the teams’ Big Ten opener at 8 ET Wednesday on BTN. Our Big Ten Women’s Sports Report discussed the Huskers’ adjustment in this web-only segment.

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The New Faces of PSU Volleyball

Penn State volleyball had won 109 straight matches, but the defending national champions faced an uphill challenge. With nine new freshman added to the Nittany Lions and several key seniors lost to graduation, how would Penn State work to continue to compete for a NCAA title?

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Profiling Wildcat Katrina Adams

Former Northwestern tennis player Katrina Adams flew under the radar as a high school star. A 16-year-old senior, questions over her young age kept many of the scholarship offers from coming. She wanted to play for Southern Cal or UCLA, among others, but the Chicago product had to settle on staying close to home. Adams isn’t bitter about how her tennis days played out, and for good reason. Adams had a great career at Northwestern and went on to win 20 doubles titles during her 12-year professional career.

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