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Big Ten Women's Sports Report

Big Ten Women's Sports Report

Extensive look at the female athletes shining on and off the Big Ten playing field, in addition to highlights and analysis.

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Highlights, news, and analysis of the B1G Women's Sports landscape.

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BTN Announces 2019 Fall Sports Schedule With Expanded Volleyball Coverage

BTN today announced its 2019 fall sports schedule, which includes the most volleyball coverage in network history.  Along with nearly 40 volleyball matches, the network will televise another 49 field hockey, men’s soccer and women’s soccer games. Additionally, BTN will debut the B1G Volleyball Report on Wednesday, Sept. 18, following a rematch of the 2018 national championship as No.1 Stanford takes on No. 2 Nebraska. The show will air throughout October following doubleheader matches on Wednesday nights with highlights and analysis from across the Big Ten Conference. “In capturing eight of the past 12 national championships, the Big Ten has

Feature profile: Michigan field hockey sophomore forward Carly Bennett

On a recent “Big Ten Women’s Sports Report,” BTN’s Kara Lentz profiled Michigan field hockey sophomore forward Carly Bennett. What does a left-handed player do in a sport that require you to be right-handed?  Watch the full profile in this post. Also know that we have plenty of other videos on the Big Ten Network’s YouTube page.

Video: watch our feature on Kelsey Amy

Kelsey Amy was the 2012 Big Ten offensive player of the year in field hockey at Penn State and in addition to working at Nike, she also designs custom shoes. Watch our feature and see her artistic talent at work.

Volleyball feature: Sights & sounds from Penn State vs. Wisconsin

The Big Ten Conference is home to volleyball powerhouses and Penn State and Wisconsin proved that when both made the 2013 NCAA championship game. On Sept. 24, those two squads faced each other for the first time since then. BTN’s Kara Lentz collected some of the sights and sounds from that match. This Friday, the “Big Ten Women’s Sports Report” took viewers behind the scenes with an in-depth look at a top volleyball match between these too. Heading into that match, the No. 3 Nittany Lions were on a  nine-match winning streak that dates back to a straight-set victory against

Watch feature on Michigan State's Sally Nogle

Michigan State’s Sally Nogle isn’t just any athletic trainer. She’s one of the few female head athletic trainers in college athletics. In the latest edition of “Big Ten Women’s Sports Report,” Kara Lentz profiled Nogle and finds out how she worked her way to the top of her field. Watch the feature here and check out our entire collection of Big Ten video feature stories.

Penn State Women's Ice Hockey Feature

Kara Lentz takes a look at the Penn State women’s ice hockey team which is playing its first season as a varsity team. Watch the feature now as Lentz talks with head coach Josh Brandwene and various players.

Video: Bev Plocki talks Michigan gymnastics

Michigan women’s gymnastics is back. After missing last season’s NCAA Championships – this from a program that won 18 of the last 21 Big Ten Championships – Michigan has spent time this season atop the national poll. Currently, the Wolverines are  No. 3 and they own the conference’s latest Big Ten Gymnast of the Week, Joanna Sampson. Watch our full interview with Michigan coach Bev Plocki now. Here’s a look at the Big Ten standings. Big Ten Overall Team Record Pct. Record Pct. Minnesota  3-0   1.000  8-0   1.000 Michigan  3-1   .750  7-1   .875 Nebraska  3-1  

Title IX: Profiling Michigan's Marissa Pollick

Attorney Marissa Pollick is one of Michigan’s first female varsity letter winners and scholarship athletes, and she now works as a legal consultant for Title IX compliance in collegiate sports. Pollick grew up playing tennis against boys before she started playing for Michigan from 1974, just one year after the team was elevated to varsity status. “We didn’t have a lot ,” Pollick said,. “We had a bathroom in the corner. We had a folding chair. And we would go in and change, and throw out stuff on the folding chair in the bathroom. And that I didn’t complain about.