Big Ten regular season and postseason champ Maryland is off to the Sweet 16 for the fourth consecutive season. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tourney bracket ] The top-seeded Terrapins, who have won their last 26 games, handed No. 8 seed Princeton its first loss of the season Monday night to advance to the Spokane Region semifinals vs. longtime ACC rival Duke. In other NCAA women’s tourney action, North Carolina eliminated Ohio State, 86-84, with a buzzer-beater and No. 1 overall seed UConn ousted Rutgers, 91-55. Use the links below to catch up on the Big Ten action. MARYLAND
Iowa coach Lisa Bluder won't have to listen to any more talk about her inability to reach the Sweet 16. Fifteen years after starting at Iowa, Bluder is finally headed to a regional semifinal.
Three more Big Ten women’s basketball teams opened the NCAA tournament Saturday afternoon. [ MORE: View the official NCAA tournament bracket ] One day after Iowa advanced to the Round of 32, Big Ten regular season and postseason champ Maryland and Ohio State carded victories. The Terrapins rolled New Mexico State, 75-57, while Ohio State downed James Madison, 90-80, and Rutgers beat in-state rival Seton Hall, 79-66 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday. Use the links below to catch up on all of the day’s action: MARYLAND 75, NEW MEXICO STATE 57: BOX | AP RECAP
Four women’s teams opened in the NCAA Women’s Basketball tournament on Friday, highlighted by Iowa’s 75-67 win over American. In other action, Northwestern fell to Arkansas, 57-55, Nebraska lost a close one to Syracuse, 72-69, and Minnesota lost to DePaul, 79-72. Ohio State, Rutgers and Maryland all play Saturday (see the full Saturday scoreboard). Here’s the Big ten women’s scoreboard, and here’s the overall women’s bracket. ARKANSAS 57, NORTHWESTERN 55: BOX | RECAP Ashley Deary and Alex Cohen each had 13 points for No. 7 seed Northwestern (23-9), which was in its first NCAA Tournament since 1997. IOWA 75, AMERICAN
Seven Big Ten women's basketball teams made the NCAA tournament, it was announced Monday night. Maryland, the No. 1 seed in the Spokane Region, paces the conference.
Our producers here at BTN.com wanted to get a closer look at some of the star women basketball players around the Big Ten, so we started a new series of interviews called “Court Convo.” We’re excited to post the sixth one here. In this special edition of Court Convo, BTN’s Taylor Rooks brings you a quick behind the scenes look at the B1G women’s basketball tournament. Enjoy! In case you’ve missed the previous editions, you can check them out below. Court Convo #1: Michigan’s Cyesha Goree: Court Convo #2: Rutgers’ Kahleah Copper: Court Convo #3: Nebraska’s Tear’a Laudermill: Court Convo
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