Lexie Brown scored 19 points, and No. 4 Maryland beat Ohio State 77-74 Sunday night to capture the Big Ten tournament title and cap a perfect run through the conference.
Minnesota sophomore Amanda Zahui B. has made a name for herself as one of the most dominant players in women's college basketball this season.
BTN TV’s features team recently took a deep look at the rise of Stephanie White, the former Purdue women’s basketball player who now coaches the WNBA’s Indiana Fever. White, a BTN women’s basketball analyst, got some help along the way from former Purdue and WNBA coach Lin Dunn. Watch the full feature in this post, read some of White’s work for BTN.com here, and check out previous features from our TV team here.
The 2015 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament continued on Friday with four entertaining games, highlighted by Northwestern’s impressive 62-57 win over Rutgers. In other action, No. 1 seed Maryland eliminated Michigan State, 70-60, Iowa topped Nebraska, 74-65, and Ohio State held on to beat Minnesota, 83-71. Looking for the 2015 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament bracket? We have that right here. Also, here’s a look back at Thursday’s four games. Catch up on all four of Friday’s games here. MARYLAND 70, MICHIGAN STATE 60: BOX | RECAP Sophomore Lexie Brown scored 27 points to lead top-seeded Maryland past Michigan State
Day 2 of the 2015 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament is in the books. Fans were treated to four games on Thursday, highlighted by Minnesota's 82-78 victory over Purdue in the nightcap.
The 2015 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament kicked off with two games on Wednesday. No. 12 Indiana started the night with a 68-63 win over No. 13 Penn State. No. 14 Purdue followed that with an impressive 58-56 victory over No. 11 Wisconsin. Looking for the 2015 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament bracket? We have that right here. Also, here’s a look at Thursday’s four games, which can be seen on BTN/BTN2Go. Catch up on all of Wednesday’s action here. INDIANA 68, PENN STATE 63: BOX | RECAP Freshman Amanda Cahill scored a season-high 20 points to lead No. 12
In this week’s “5 Things I Know” with BTN women’s basketball analyst Stephanie White, we look back at the conference awards and ahead to the Big Ten and NCAA tourneys. And with Maryland rolling through the regular season, White spotlights three teams that could give the Terrapins a run for the tourney title. 1. Special thanks to the other Players of the Year I’d like to send a special thanks to all of the media relations’ folks and the teams behind the teams that have helped make this season so successful. You all get the game-winning assist for helping us day
Suzy Merchant and Jerry Kill both got their head coaching starts at Saginaw Valley State University, a Division II school located in Saginaw, Michigan.
“BTN Women’s Sport Report” announced the 2014-15 All-Big Ten Women’s Basketball Teams and individual honors Monday afternoon. [ MORE: View Big Ten tourney bracket & get links to watch on BTN2Go ] Big Ten champ Maryland had three players earn first-team distinctions, more than any other team, with Lexie Brown and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough making the Coaches and Media teams. Maryland coach Brenda Frese swept Coach of the Year laurels, too, after leading the Terrapins to the third perfect conference season in Big Ten women’s hoops history and the first in school annals (men’s or women’s). Minnesota’s Amanda Zahui B., who
This morning, the 14 Big Ten women’s basketball coaches held a teleconference with reporters from around the county to preview the Big Ten Tournament. Listen to the audio in this post. Listen to the 14 #B1G women's hoops coaches on today's teleconference here. https://t.co/ywA0p5VeId — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) March 2, 2015