No. 12 Nebraska topped No. 9 Duke, 60-54, Wednesday night in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Read more about the big win inside.
Athlete, entrepreneur, designer, philanthropist — Michigan State University alumna Lauren Aitch is all of these in one.
BTN recently had a chance to interview 11 of the Big Ten women's basketball coaches. Get to know them better with the videos inside.
BTN2Go aired all 14 women’s basketball coaches’ press conferences live from Chicago’s Big Ten Basketball Media Day. We’ve clipped the first seven and posted them here. See the other seven coaches speak in this post. ***
BTN2Go aired all 14 women’s basketball coaches’ press conferences live from Chicago’s Big Ten Basketball Media Day. We’ve clipped the second set of seven press conferences and posted them here. ***
Additional experts and nightly coverage in place for 2014-15 Big Ten basketball season.
BTN announces most extensive women’s basketball coverage in network history.
The Big Ten Conference announced dates and matchups for the Big Ten women’s basketball 2014-2015 season. Scroll through the list below to see all of the conference games listed, or click on a school name to go to the school page where each team’s conference schedule is posted. DATE VISITOR HOME December 28, 2014 Purdue at Illinois December 28, 2014 Northwestern at Michigan State December 28, 2014 Penn State at Iowa December 28, 2014 Rutgers at Indiana December 28, 2014 Michigan at Wisconsin December 29, 2014 Nebraska at Minnesota December 29, 2014 Ohio State at Maryland December 31, 2014 Michigan
Fred Glass announced the hiring of Seymour, Ind., native Teri Moren as head coach of the IU women’s basketball program, the school announced in a press release Saturday. Moren still holds records at Seymour High School, was an Indiana All Star, a four-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Purdue under women’s basketball hall of famer Lin Dunn and is a member of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. After holding assistant coaching positions at Butler and Northwestern, Moren served as head coach at the University of Indianapolis and as the associate head coach at Georgia Tech. She spent the last
Indiana announced Friday that it has accepted the resignation of women’s basketball coach Curt Miller due to “personal health and family reasons.” According to the school, while Miller is stepping down as head coach effective immediately, he will take until the end of the month to fully transition out of the University. [ MORE: Read Curt Miller’s full resignation letter (PDF) ] “Thank you for the opportunity to lead and resurrect the Program,” Miller wrote in his resignation letter. “I will always cherish my time as part of the Hoosier Nation.” Miller and Glass met with the women’s basketball team