On Friday morning, the 14 Big Ten women’s basketball coaches held a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. You can listen to the audio from each coach right here.
The 2018-19 Big Ten basketball season tips off in less than three weeks and BTN today announced on-air talent for over 200 men’s and women’s games, as well as its nightly studio shows. New this year to the network will be play-by-play announcer Dave O’Brien, who joins Kevin Kugler, Brian Anderson, Brandon Gaudin, and Cory Provus in calling games. They accompany an experienced lineup of analysts including Robbie Hummel, a three-time first-team All-Big Ten performer at Purdue; basketball reporters Andy Katz and Mike DeCourcy; Shon Morris, a Northwestern center who led the Wildcats in scoring and rebounding for three consecutive
The captain of Team USA has her eyes set on the Olympic stage.
In conjunction with the Big Ten Conference, BTN today announced its complete television schedule for the 2018-19 men’s and women’s basketball seasons. BTN will air at least 132 men’s basketball games, including 77 conference games and 10 Big Ten Tournament games. The network will also broadcast at least 68 women’s basketball games, featuring four ACC-Big Ten Challenge matchups alongside 12 conference tournament games, including both semifinals. The men’s schedule begins with non-conference action on Nov. 6 as the Indiana Hoosiers and heralded freshman Romeo Langford host Chicago State, and continues with the inaugural U.S. Bank Stadium Basketball Classic on Nov.
BTN released the 2018-19 Big Ten women's basketball conference schedule Tuesday afternoon, and the full slate, which opens Friday, Dec. 28, can be viewed inside.
Seniors Tyra Buss and Amanda Cahill combined for 13 of Indiana’s 22 fourth-quarter points as the Hoosiers rallied for a 65-57 win over Virginia Tech in the championship game of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) on Saturday afternoon.
Four Big Ten women's basketball teams - Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota and Ohio State - won their opening round NCAA tournament matchups Friday and Saturday to advance to the Round of 32.
Six Big Ten teams made the NCAA women's tournament, it was announced Monday night. As expected, Big Ten regular season and postseason champ Ohio State led the way, garnering a No. 3 seed.
The Ohio State Buckeyes knew that if they were going to take home the Big Ten championship trophy, they were going to have to beat a team that had never lost in the conference tournament. Challenge accepted. Championship won.
It will be No. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 2 Maryland in the Big Ten women's basketball tournament final Sunday in Indianapolis.