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Watch Minnesota's Amanda Zahui B.'s record-setting night in win over Iowa

Minnesota sophomore Amanda Zahui B. had a night that she will never forget. Zahui B. scored a career-high 39 points and grabbed a Big Ten-record 29 rebounds as Minnesota defeated No. 13 Iowa 93-80 on Tuesday night. Her rebounding record broke the former conference single-game mark of 26, which was set by Jerica Watson of Iowa in 2001. Zahui B. also became the 22nd Gopher in program history to join the 1,000-point club. Here’s the box score. Minnesota’s star center shot 16-of-31 from the floor and played all but one minute in the game. She also added four blocks, two

Rutgers at Penn State

Big Ten women's hoops roundup: No. 18 Rutgers rolls Purdue, 78-49

A trio of Big Ten women’s basketball games dotted the schedule Saturday afternoon. No. 18 Rutgers rolled Purdue, 78-49, to highlight the day’s slate of action. Kahleah Cooper netted 24 points in the victory to move the Scarlet Knight to 10-4 in Big Ten play. Track all of three of the day’s games on our Big Ten scoreboard. Use the links below to catch up on all of Saturday’s games. RUTGERS 78, PURDUE 49: BOX | AP RECAP Kahleah Copper scored 24 points and No. 18 Rutgers pulled away on a second-half run to beat Purdue 78-49 on Saturday. NORTHWESTERN

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'Court Convo' Introduces Fans to Women's Basketball Standouts

With more than 200 women’s basketball games airing on BTN & BTN2Go and BTN Plus, Kristen Hayman, web video producer for BTN.com, wanted viewers to learn more about some of the conference’s standouts. She’s created and produced a new series of interviews called “Court Convo.” Hosted by BTN’s Taylor Rooks, the show introduces a lighter way for fans to engage with these student-athletes. BTN Extra Points sat down with Kristen to learn more about her job, how she came to BTN and how she came up with the idea of the “Court Convo” project. Extra Points: How long have you

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Court Convo: A video interview with Nebraska's Tear'a Laudermill

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 third one here. In this edition, BTN’s Taylor Rooks chatted with Nebraska’s senior guard Tear’a Laudermill about a few things ranging from her becoming a member of the 1,000-point club, to her pet snake and life on the Huskers basketball team. We’ll be posting others for the rest of the 2014-2015 season, too. Court Convo #1: Michigan’s Cyesha Goree: Court Convo #2:

Penn State at Rutgers

Stephanie White: Rutgers coach Stringer sets the bar in the Big Ten

In our latest “5 Things I Know” with BTN women’s basketball analyst Stephanie White, the former Purdue star and current WNBA head coach takes a closer look at the Big Ten’s guard play. Plus, White tells us how Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer has set the bar in the Big Ten. Here’s what White told us this week: 1. Guard play is strong Seven Big Ten point guards were named to the Nancy Lieberman Award watch list in February. This award recognizes the top point guard in Division I college basketball that demonstrates floor leadership, play-making and ball-handling skills. Four players

Big Ten women's hoops roundup: No. 5 Maryland downs No. 19 Nebraska

Every Big Ten women’s basketball team was in action on a very busy Sunday. The headliner was No. 5 Maryland hosting No. 19 Nebraska, and the home team tallied a 59-47 win to push its winning streak to 15 games. Catch up on all of Sunday’s Big Ten women’s hoops action belwo. RUTGERS 57, MICHIGAN: BOX | AP RECAP Betnijah Laney scored 17 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out seven assists as No. 21 Rutgers held on to beat Michigan 57-50 on Sunday for its sixth straight victory. NORTHWESTERN 64, ILLINOIS 58: BOX | RECAP Northwestern put the clamps

Rutgers at Penn State

Rutgers coach Stringer sets new Big Ten win record with No. 177

C. Vivian Stringer became the winningest coach in Big Ten history when Betnjiah Laney had 16 points and 14 rebounds to help No. 21 Rutgers beat 19th-ranked Nebraska 46-43 on Thursday night. Stringer earned her 177th career Big Ten win, passing former Penn State coach Rene Portland for No. 1 on the conference’s victory list. Stringer won 169 of those games when she was coaching at Iowa. – Associated Press

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Stephanie White: Beware of the Big Ten's middle of the pack

In our latest “5 Things I Know” with BTN women’s basketball analyst Stephanie White, the former Purdue star and current WNBA head coach discusses the role of spoiler, the Iowa-Northwestern shootout, Michigan State’s Aerial Powers recent play and more. Here’s what White told BTN.com this week: 1. Beware of the middle of the pack Even though the middle of the Big Ten is five or six games out of first place in the conference race, they certainly have opportunities to spoil things for those at the top and increase the possibilities of winning the conference tournament. Teams in the league

Penn State at Ohio State

Stephanie White's 5 things to know about Big Ten women's hoops

In our inaugural “5 Things I Know” with BTN women’s basketball analyst Stephanie White, the former Purdue star and current WNBA head coach discusses the Big Ten women’s basketball season to date as well as what might lie ahead. Here’s what White told BTN.com this week: 1. Rachel Banham returns to Minnesota It’s huge news for the Gophers that Rachel Banham has decided to use her medical redshirt and return next season. I have been pleasantly surprised at how this team has rallied since her injury on Dec 10. Amanda Zaui B. has been terrific anchoring the interior and Minnesota is benefiting