Big Ten Women's Scores, Final Standings & Tournament Schedule (3/3)

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March 3

Big Ten Tournament
First Round

Rutgers 75, Penn State 50
Illinois 75, Wisconsin 66

Second Round
Indiana 66, Rutgers 54
Michigan State 73, Purdue 69
Northwestern 65, Minnesota 60
Nebraska 92, Illinois 74

Final Standings
1. Iowa (20-7, 14-4)
1. Ohio State (22-5, 14-4)
3. Maryland (21-7, 13-4)
3. Michigan (22-5, 13-4)
5. Indiana (20-7, 11-5)
6. Nebraska (23-7, 11-7)
7. Northwestern (17-11, 8-8)
8. Michigan State (15-14, 8-9)
9. Minnesota (14-17, 7-11)
10. Purdue (16-14, 7-11)
11. Penn State (11-18, 5-13)
11. Wisconsin (8-21, 5-13)
13. Rutgers (11-20, 3-14)
14. Illinois (7-20, 1-13)

Iowa and Ohio State are co-regular season Big Ten champions.

Big Ten Tournament

Quarterfinals - Friday, March 4

#1 Ohio State vs. #8 Michigan State (10:30 AM - BTN)
#4 Maryland vs. #5 Indiana (12:30 PM - BTN)
#2 Iowa vs. #7 Northwestern (5:30 PM - BTN)
#3 Michigan vs. #6 Nebraska (8:00 PM - BTN)
 
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ILLINOIS (7-19, 1-13)
North Carolina Central (W 73-56)
Miami (OH) (W 72-65)
SIU-Edwardsville (L 62-71)
UC-Riverside (W 86-82)
vs. Dayton (at Daytona Beach, FL) (L 53-67)
vs. Middle Tennessee State (at Daytona Beach, FL) (L 52-62)
#25 Florida State (L 58-67)
Eastern Kentucky (W 71-57)
at Michigan State (L 60-75)
Butler (W 78-66)
at Southern Illinois (L 51-66)
Missouri (L 65-84)
at Ohio State (L 69-90)
Wisconsin (W 68-47)
at Penn State (L 72-90)
Purdue (L 67-89)
at #25 Iowa (L 56-82)
at Wisconsin (L 62-70)
#7 Indiana (L 61-93)
Nebraska (L 63-82)
#18 Ohio State (L 67-86)
at Purdue (L 54-70)
Northwestern (L 59-82)
at Minnesota (L 54-87)
Rutgers (L 56-66)
vs. Wisconsin (W 75-66)

INDIANA (19-7, 11-5)
at Butler (W 86-63)
#13 Kentucky (W 88-67)
Norfolk State (W 72-42)
at Quinnipiac (W 67-59)
vs. #7 Stanford (at Bahamas) (L 66-69)
vs. Miami (FL) (at Bahamas) (W 53-51)
#2 North Carolina State (L 58-66)
Penn State (W 70-40)
Fairfield (W 91-58)
at #20 Ohio State (W 86-66)
Western Michigan (W 67-57)
Southern Illinois (W 70-37)
#6 Maryland (W 70-63 OT)
at Wisconsin (W 76-53)
Nebraska (W 72-65)
at Purdue (W 73-68 OT)
at #6 Michigan (L 50-65)
Minnesota (W 80-70)
Purdue (W 64-57)
at Illinois (W 93-61)
Michigan State (W 76-58)
at Nebraska (L 55-72)
Northwestern (W 69-58)
#22 Iowa (L 91-96)
at #21 Iowa (L 82-88)
at #13 Maryland (L 64-67)

IOWA (20-7, 14-4)
New Hampshire (W 93-50)
Samford (W 91-54)
at Northern Iowa (W 82-61)
Southern (W 87-67)
at Duke (L 64-79)
Michigan State (W 88-61)
at #15 Iowa State (L 70-77)
Central Florida (W 69-61)
IUPUI (L 73-74)
Evansville (W 93-56)
Northwestern (L 69-77)
at Nebraska (W 95-86)
at Purdue (W 79-66)
Nebraska (W 93-83)
at Minnesota (W 105-49)
Illinois (W 82-56)
at Penn State (W 107-79)
at Northwestern (W 72-67 OT)
#23 Ohio State (L 88-92)
at Wisconsin (W 84-50)
at #6 Michigan (L 90-98)
Minnesota (W 88-78)
#13 Maryland (L 69-81)
at #5 Indiana (W 96-91)
#10 Indiana (W 88-82)
at Rutgers (W 87-78)
#6 Michigan (W 104-80)

MARYLAND (21-7, 13-4)
Longwood (W 97-67)
Villanova (W 88-67)
at James Madison (W 81-45)
Mount St. Mary's (W 98-57)
North Carolina-Wilmington (W 108-66)
#6 Baylor (W 79-76)
vs. #5 North Carolina State (at Bahamas) (L 60-78)
vs. #7 Stanford (at Bahamas) (L 67-86)
Miami (FL) (W 82-74)
at Rutgers (W 73-59)
Purdue (W 86-71)
at #1 South Carolina (L 59-66)
at Coppin State (W 98-52)
at #8 Indiana (L 63-70 OT)
Penn State (W 106-78)
at Minnesota (W 87-73)
#11 Michigan (L 49-69)
at Ohio State (L 89-95)
Northwestern (W 87-59)
Rutgers (W 72-55)
at Penn State (W 82-71)
at Michigan State (W 67-62)
Nebraska (W 80-65)
Wisconsin (W 70-43)
at #22 Iowa (W 81-69)
#18 Ohio State (W 77-72)
at #9 Michigan (L 59-71)
#10 Indiana (W 67-64)

MICHIGAN (22-5, 13-4)
IUPUI (W 67-62 OT)
St. Francis (NY) (W 82-46)
Massachusetts-Lowell (W 73-54)
at Central Michigan (W 69-45)
Oakland (W 69-58)
vs. #16 Oregon State (at Daytona Beach, FL) (W 61-52)
vs. Mississippi State (at Daytona Beach, FL) (W 64-48)
at #10 Louisville (L 48-70)
Akron (W 93-54)
at Wisconsin (W 93-81)
Minnesota (W 73-61)
vs. #5 Baylor (at Uncasville, CT) (W 74-68 OT)
#25 Ohio State (W 90-71)
at Nebraska (L 58-79)
Rutgers (W 76-47)
at Penn State (W 74-57)
at #8 Maryland (W 69-49)
Wisconsin (W 83-44)
Purdue (W 79-66)
at #22 Ohio State (W 77-58)
#5 Indiana (W 65-50)
#21 Iowa (W 98-90)
at Michigan State (L 57-63)
at Northwestern (L 69-71 2OT)
#13 Maryland (W 71-59)
Michigan State (W 62-51)
at #21 Iowa (L 80-104)

MICHIGAN STATE (14-14, 8-9)
Morehead State (W 93-31)
Niagara (W 89-65)
Valparaiso (W 73-62)
Bryant (W 100-60)
at Fordham (L 68-71)
at St. Francis (L 63-66)
at Oakland (W 84-71)
Marshall (W 85-75)
#24 Notre Dame (L 71-76)
at #9 Iowa (L 61-88)
Illinois (W 75-60)
vs. Florida Gulf Coast (at Fort Lauderdale) (L 84-85 2OT)
vs. West Virginia (at Fort Lauderdale) (L 54-74)
Nebraska (W 72-69)
Purdue (L 59-69)
at Ohio State (L 83-89)
Northwestern (W 65-46)
Minnesota (W 74-71)
at Penn State (W 79-58)
at Rutgers (W 61-45)
#17 Maryland (L 62-67)
at Minnesota (L 60-71)
#4 Michigan (W 63-57)
at #7 Indiana (L 58-76)
at Wisconsin (W 74-67)
Penn State (L 71-79)
at #6 Michigan (L 51-62)
#17 Ohio State (L 55-61)

MINNESOTA (14-16, 7-11)
Jacksonville (L 66-69)
at Arizona State (W 66-59 OT)
George Washington (W 48-32)
American (W 73-56)
vs. #2 Connecticut (at Bahamas) (L 58-88)
vs. Syracuse (at Bahamas) (W 70-63)
vs. Oklahoma (at Bahamas) (L 69-88)
Bradley (W 73-54)
Texas-San Antonio (W 81-52)
North Carolina (L 76-82)
Nebraska (L 67-70)
at #13 Michigan (L 61-73)
Ohio (W 99-93)
at Drake (L 63-77)
at Rutgers (W 62-49)
#10 Maryland (L 73-87)
at Wisconsin (W 82-66)
Ohio State (L 75-83)
#25 Iowa (L 49-105)
at Michigan State (L 71-74)
at Purdue (L 66-80)
Wisconsin (W 57-55)
at #5 Indiana (L 70-80)
Michigan State (W 71-60)
at #25 Iowa (L 78-88)
Northwestern (W 74-68)
Rutgers (L 61-79)
at Nebraska (L 70-93)
Illinois (W 87-54)
at Penn State (W 94-83)

NEBRASKA (22-7, 11-7)
Maine (W 108-50)
Prairie View A&M (W 102-47)
Alabama A&M (W 88-33)
Creighton (W 67-62)
North Carolina Central (W 113-58)
vs. Drexel (at San Diego) (W 65-53)
at San Diego (W 64-56)
at Wake Forest (W 86-60)
at Minnesota (W 70-67)
Indiana State (W 78-50)
Drake (W 89-68)
Wyoming (W 72-61)
at Michigan State (L 69-72)
#8 Michigan (W 79-58)
#22 Iowa (L 86-95)
at #6 Indiana (L 65-72)
at Iowa (L 83-93)
Wisconsin (W 77-44)
Purdue (W 81-66)
Rutgers (W 50-38)
Penn State (W 76-61)
at #17 Maryland (L 65-80)
at #21 Ohio State (L 70-80)
at Illinois (W 82-63)
#5 Indiana (W 72-55)
at Penn State (L 76-83)
Minnesota (W 93-70)
at Wisconsin (W 80-70)
Northwestern (W 73-59)

NORTHWESTERN (16-11, 8-8)
Illinois-Chicago (W 72-49)
UC-Santa Barbara (W 72-46)
Loyola-Chicago (W 63-47)
at DePaul (L 75-78)
vs. South Dakota (at Virgin Islands) (W 73-57)
vs. Pittsburgh (at Virgin Islands) (L 60-72)
vs. #23 Texas A&M (at Virgin Islands) (L 68-77)
at Clemson (W 72-61)
Wisconsin (W 61-49)
Delaware (W 76-53)
Wisconsin-Milwaukee (W 55-46)
Temple (W 68-58)
at #22 Iowa (W 77-69)
Ohio State (L 61-74)
Rutgers (W 68-63)
at Michigan State (L 46-65)
Penn State (L 59-63)
at #12 Maryland (L 59-87)
#23 Iowa (L 67-72 OT)
at Purdue (W 80-67)
at Penn State (W 78-72)
at Minnesota (L 68-74)
#4 Michigan (W 71-69 2OT)
at #5 Indiana L 58-69)
at Illinois (W 82-59)
Purdue (W 68-51)
at Nebraska (L 59-73)

OHIO STATE (22-5, 14-4)
Bucknell (W 71-48)
Norfolk State (W 86-48)
Bowling Green (W 94-63)
Bellarmine (W 110-58)
Cincinnati (W 86-50)
at Syracuse (L 91-97)
at Purdue (W 70-53)
Mount St. Mary's (W 94-50)
#10 Indiana (L 66-86)
Alabama State (W 97-51)
at San Diego State (W 66-54)
at #9 Michigan (L 71-90)
Illinois (W 90-69)
at Northwestern (W 74-61)
Michigan State (W 89-83)
at Minnesota (W 83-75)
#12 Maryland (W 95-89)
at Rutgers (W 80-71)
#7 Michigan (L 58-77)
at #21 Iowa (W 92-88)
Rutgers (W 61-57)
Nebraska (W 80-70)
at Illinois (W 86-67)
at #13 Maryland (L 72-77)
Wisconsin (W 59-42)
Penn State (W 78-55)
at Michigan State (W 61-55)

PENN STATE (11-18, 5-13)
Long Island (W 85-66)
Rider (W 83-69)
Delaware State (W 120-51)
at Clemson (L 64-67)
vs. St. John's (at Estero, FL) (W 80-75)
vs. #13 Iowa State (at Estero, FL) (L 59-93)
vs. Kent State (at Estero, FL) (L 74-81)
at Boston College (L 69-86)
at #10 Indiana (L 40-70)
Rutgers (W 52-48)
Youngstown State (W 78-58)
at Duquesne (W 68-60)
at #10 Maryland (L 78-106)
#11 Michigan (L 57-74)
Illinois (W 90-72)
at Northwestern (W 63-59)
at Wisconsin (L 57-69)
#23 Iowa (L 79-107)
Michigan State (L 58-79)
#17 Maryland (L 71-82)
at Nebraska (L 61-76)
Northwestern (L 72-78)
at Purdue (L 77-81)
at Rutgers (L 62-71)
Nebraska (W 83-76)
at Michigan State (W 79-71)
at #17 Ohio State (L 55-78)
Minnesota (L 83-94)
vs. Rutgers (L 50-75)

PURDUE (16-13, 7-11)
at Western Kentucky (W 79-69)
Western Michigan (W 70-62)
at Illinois State (W 76-64)
Dayton (L 62-78)
Marshall (W 70-60)
vs. #22 West Virginia (at St. Petersburg, FL) (L 57-65)
vs. #17 Florida State (at St. Petersburg, FL) (W 66-61)
Georgia Tech (W 53-52)
#18 Ohio State (L 53-70)
at #8 Maryland (L 71-86)
Denver (W 101-68)
Miami (OH) (W 82-76)
North Alabama (W 86-53)
Rutgers (W 60-58)
at Michigan State (W 69-59)
Iowa (L 66-79)
#6 Indiana (L 68-73 OT)
at Illinois (W 89-67)
at #7 Michigan (L 66-79)
Minnesota (W 80-66)
at Nebraska (L 66-81)
Northwestern (L 67-80)
at #5 Indiana (L 57-64)
Penn State (W 81-77)
at Wisconsin (L 52-54)
Illinois (W 70-54)
at Rutgers (W 70-59)
at Northwestern (L 51-68)
Wisconsin (L 62-63)

RUTGERS (11-19, 3-14)
St. Peter's (W 59-38)
South Alabama (W 64-45)
Fairfield (W 48-42)
Stony Brook (L 44-53)
Harvard (W 68-65 OT)
vs. DePaul (at Virgin Islands) (L 74-77)
vs. Vanderbilt (at Virgin Islands) (L 40-51)
vs. #9 Arizona (at Virgin Islands) (L 44-80)
at Pittsburgh (L 50-58)
#8 Maryland (L 59-73)
at Penn State (L 48-52)
Delaware State (W 74-36)
Central Connecticut State (W 56-45)
Wagner (W 73-54)
at Purdue (L 58-60)
Minnesota (L 49-62)
at #8 Michigan (L 47-76)
at Northwestern (L 63-68)
Wisconsin (L 45-49)
Ohio State (L 71-80)
at #17 Maryland (L 55-72)
Michigan State (L 45-61)
at Nebraska (L 38-50)
at #21 Ohio State (L 57-61)
Penn State (W 71-62)
at Minnesota (W 79-61)
Purdue (L 59-70)
#21 Iowa (L 78-87)
at Illinois (W 66-56)
vs. Penn State (W 75-50)

WISCONSIN (8-21, 5-13)
St. Thomas (W 67-51)
NJIT (L 49-61)
at Bradley (L 57-64)
Chicago State (L 63-71 OT)
at Wisconsin-Milwaukee (L 67-79)
vs. Boise State (at Boulder, CO) (W 60-45)
at Colorado (L 51-67)
Virginia Tech (L 60-70)
at Northwestern (L 49-61)
#13 Michigan (L 81-93)
Wisconsin-Green Bay (L 53-63)
Illinois State (W 70-60)
#6 Indiana (L 53-76)
at Illinois (L 47-68)
Minnesota (L 66-82)
at Rutgers (W 49-45)
at #8 Michigan (L 44-83)
Penn State (W 69-57)
at Nebraska (L 44-77)
at Minnesota (L 55-57)
Illinois (W 70-62)
#21 Iowa (L 50-84)
at #15 Maryland (L 43-70)
Purdue (W 54-52)
at #18 Ohio State (L 42-59)
Michigan State (L 67-74)
Nebraska (L 70-80)
at Purdue (W 63-62)
vs. Illinois (L 66-75)
 
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Nice win for Purdue today. Though not sure FSU should be rated.
So many good games/tournaments this week.

Also games to watch:
UNI @ Creighton
UCF vs USC
 
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Is there something wrong with this Cheddarwurtz69 character..... he posts laughy emojis on like 75 percent of posts all over the boards?
not sure I’ve ever seen him post anything...... who has time to troll that much?? wonder wth his major malfunction is?
 
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Rutgers is in complete disarray. Fans are calling for former Hawkeye Nadine Domond to replace the current interim coach.
 

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I sure hope Iowa isn't overlooking Rutgers tonight. Vivian will have her team ready and despite their record Rutgers has played some good teams very tough. Iowa needs to take care of business tonight to set up the biggest Iowa women's game in recent memory this Sunday.
 
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Coach Stringer is on leave this season and in no contact with the Rutgers team at all. The acting coach has been blasted by their fans. However, after a dismal start, they have been playing better and won a couple of games recently.
 

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Coach Stringer is on leave this season and in no contact with the Rutgers team at all. The acting coach has been blasted by their fans. However, after a dismal start, they have been playing better and won a couple of games recently.
I had no idea, thanks for the info
 
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Darn it Michigan State! Still, thank you for beating Michigan though, or Iowa wouldn't have been the co-champions.
 

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#21 Iowa 104, #6 Michigan 80
Nebraska 73, Northwestern 59
#17 Ohio State 61, Michigan State 55
Wisconsin 63, Purdue 62
Minnesota 94, Penn State 83
Rutgers 66, Illinois 56

Final Standings
1. Iowa (20-7, 14-4)
1. Ohio State (22-5, 14-4)
3. Maryland (21-7, 13-4)
3. Michigan (22-5, 13-4)
5. Indiana (19-7, 11-5)
6. Nebraska (22-7, 11-7)
7. Northwestern (16-11, 8-8)
8. Michigan State (14-14, 8-9)
9. Minnesota (14-16, 7-11)
10. Purdue (16-13, 7-11)
11. Penn State (11-17, 5-13)
11. Wisconsin (8-20, 5-13)
13. Rutgers (10-19, 3-14)
14. Illinois (6-19, 1-13)

Iowa and Ohio State are co-regular season Big Ten champions.

Big Ten Tournament

First Round - Wednesday, March 2

#12 Penn State vs. #13 Rutgers
#11 Wisconsin vs. #14 Illinois

Second Round - Thursday, March 3
#8 Michigan State vs. #9 Purdue
#5 Indiana vs. PSU/RUT winner
#7 Northwestern vs. #10 Minnesota
#6 Nebraska vs. ILL/WIS winner

Quarterfinals - Friday, March 4
#1 Ohio State vs. MSU/PUR winner
#4 Maryland vs. IND/PSU/RUT winner
#2 Iowa vs. MN/NW winner
#3 Michigan vs. NEB/ILL/WIS winner
Why didn't those games get made up, those teams that played fewer games .?
 
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Why didn't those games get made up, those teams that played fewer games .?
Good question. Michigan and Maryland not making up their postponed games with Illinois cost them both a share of the championship. I assume that was Illinois's problem. Should have been a four-way tie at 14-4.
 

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Why didn't those games get made up, those teams that played fewer games .?
I guess they couldn't fit the games into the schedule, so they were considered a no-contest. Only seven teams played the full 18 game slate.

 

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Darn it Michigan State! Still, thank you for beating Michigan though, or Iowa wouldn't have been the co-champions.
Michigan had a very strange season. Beat co-champ OS twice, co-champ IA once and 4th place MD twice. Yet only came in 3rd because they lost to mediocre NW, NE and MS, plus never made up game with IL.
 
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Iowa’s meltdown against jNW cost them a sole championship.
Iowa still didn't quite get their legs back then against Northwestern. They battled hard to tie the game but couldn't go over the hump. However, the Ohio State game was a complete meltdown at the end. Iowa was in control the whole game even though the lead wasn't big. And then Clark got the ball stolen on two consecutive possessions and lost the lead. It looks like she learned the lesson though. Can't wait to play Ohio State again in the BTT. They knocked out Warnock and Marshall for several games, too. Need to make them pay for this.
 
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