BTN produces a lot of feature stories throughout the year. The “Big Ten Women’s Sport Report” recently featured Purdue’s Courtney Moses who traveled with other student-athletes to Haiti as a volunteer for Double Harvest. Watch the video profile here and check out our entire collection of Big Ten video feature stories.
Two of tonight’s six women’s basketball games air on BTN/BTN2Go: No. 20 Nebraska at No. 10 Ohio State (6 p.m.) and No. 13 Purdue at Indiana (8 p.m.). The other games: No. 22 Penn State at Illinois, Wisconsin at Iowa, Michigan State at Minnesota, Michigan at Northwestern. Full scoreboard over here, latest standings right here, and full women’s stat leaders are here. Remember, if your TV provider offers BTN2Go, you can watch those games and the rest of our TV network programming live online and via your iPhone and iPad.
The college basketball world was buzzing last week when Illinois guard Brandon Paul had the game of his life. As if not to be outdone, Purdue’s Brittany Rayburn went out and had the game of her life just two days later. Basketball analyst and writer Patricia Babcock McGraw talks to Rayburn in her latest Gimme 5 audio segment. Jump down in this post to read and hear more.
Illinois facing Northwestern on Monday night was the only women’s basketball game on the slate and it was a close one. Dannielle Diamant scored 16 points as Northwestern edged Illinois for a 59-58 win. Watch highlights of the action now and tune in to BTN on Thursday for another night of women’s basketball action.
Michigan remains undefeated in Big Ten play after a 61-57 win over Minnesota while Purdue hangs on at home against Iowa for a 57-55 win. Penn State upset Nebraska 93-73. Find full results on the women’s scoreboard.
Penn State picked up its first conference home win by beating Michigan 78-63. Michigan at Penn State was one of six Big Ten women’s basketball games on Thursdaybnight. The others: Indiana at Michigan State, Northwestern at Ohio State, Purdue at Minnesota, and Nebrask at Wisconsin. Get updated results on our BTN women’s basketball scoreboard.
At 5-foot-7, Courtney Boylan is the smallest player on Michigan’s roster, and one of the smallest players in the league. But she’s a big, big reason the Wolverines are 13-3 and coming off one of the biggest wins in the Big Ten this season. Basketball analyst and writer Patricia Babcock McGraw talks to Boylan in her latest Gimme 5 audio segment. Jump down in this post to read and hear more.