Tuesday was a busy day on the Big Ten women’s hoops hardwood, with seven teams in action. No. 20 Purdue won its second consecutive game following its upset loss at Central Michigan, knocking off Oakland 66-47, and the conference went 5-2 on the day. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get recaps for all the action in this post.
Three Big Ten women’s basketball teams played Monday. No. 11 Ohio State drilled Charlotte, 88-58, behind Tayler Hill’s 25 points. The victory moved the Buckeyes to 11-0 on the season. Illinois beat Montana, 68-56, and Northwestern fell late against Kansas State. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get recaps from all the games in this post.
A quartet of Big Ten women’s hoops teams were in action Sunday, including No. 16 Penn State, No. 22 Purdue and No. 25 Nebraska. The Nittany Lions walloped Wagner, 103-42, behind 23 points apiece from Alex Bentley and Maggie Lucas. Catch up on all the action on our Big Ten scoreboard and get stats and recaps in this post.
Have you seen the inside of the new Iowa basketball practice facility? In a world where you almost need the latest, greatest facilities to stay alive in the recruiting game, the Hawkeyes are more than doing their part. The $47-million facility looks terrific. Iowa SIDs gave BTN cameras access to the facility prior to Saturday night’s game against Drake. BTN color analyst Keno Davis, the son of legendary Dr. Tom Davis, was a fan, saying, “It’s great for the student-athletes at Iowa.” Watch the quick video tour now.
Saturday featured five Big Ten women’s hoops games, including No. 12 Ohio State in action. The Buckeyes stayed perfect, moving to 10-0, by carding an exciting 77-75 victory at Cal. The win sent Ohio State coach Jim Foster to his 750th career triumph. Watch our highlights from Illinois’ defeat to Texas Tech at the United Center now and catch up on all the action in this post and see our Big Ten scoreboard.
Basketball analyst and writer Patricia Babcock McGraw’s latest Gimme 5 audio segment is a chat with Nebraska’s Jordan Hooper. Each week this season we will post an audio interview with a Big Ten Conference women’s basketball player to hear their story. Jump down in this post to read and hear more.
(AP) Tayler Hill had 21 points, four assists and five steals in 29 minutes to lead No. 12 Ohio State to an 83-49 victory over Southern University on Tuesday night. Hill, who is 11th nationally in scoring at 21.3 points per game, had five steals in the first 15 minutes and converted all of them into layups to help the Buckeyes (9-0) to a 44-24 halftime lead. Ohio State can match the 2000-01 team for the program’s best start in the NCAA era since (1982-83) with a win Saturday at California.