Women's Basketball

Monday's NCAA women's roundup: Huskers card upset

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After a strong 6-0 start to the NCAA women’s tourney, the Big Ten split a pair of second-round games Monday night. Nebraska upset Texas A&M, 74-63, to advance to the Sweet 16, while Michigan State was eliminated by future Big Ten member Maryland. Get stats and recaps in this post.

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Sunday's NCAA women's roundup: B1G wins 4 more

The Big Ten opened the NCAA tourney with a pair of wins Saturday, and it racked up four more wins Sunday to complete the first round of action with a perfect 6-0 record. Get stats and recap from all four of Sunday’s games in this post.

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Saturday's NCAA women's roundup: Big Ten goes 2-0

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The NCAA women’s tourney tipped off Saturday, and the Big Ten went 2-0 on the opening day. Michigan State opened up the Big Ten slate by taking down upset-minded Marist, 55-47, while Nebraska ran away from Chattanooga, 73-59. Jump inside for recaps and stats.

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Jim Foster will not return to Ohio State

Gene Smith, Ohio State associate vice president and director of athletics, announced Tuesday that Jim Foster will not return as head coach of the Buckeye women’s basketball program.

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Six Big Ten teams make NCAA women's tourney

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Hawkeyes on NCAA Selection

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Six Big Ten women’s basketball teams earned invites to the NCAA tourney, it was announced Monday night. Big Ten regular-season champ Penn State leads the way, with a No. 3 seed, while Iowa (No. 9), Michigan (No. 8), Michigan State (No. 5), Nebraska (No. 6) and Big Ten tourney champ Purdue (No. 4) round out the the Big Ten contingent.

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Upset city! MSU drops top-seeded PSU in Big Ten semi

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2013 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament - Penn State vs. Michigan State

Jasmine Thomas scored 14 of her 19 points in the second half and Michigan State used its stout defense to upset No. 8 Penn State 54-46 in the Big Ten tournament semifinals. Becca Mills added 16 points for the Spartans (24-7), who held Penn State to 22 percent shooting and enjoyed a 52-38 rebounding edge.

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