Big Ten Women's Scores, Standings & Schedules (1/26)

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#6 Indiana 78, #2 Ohio State 65
#10 Maryland 72, #13 Michigan 64
Purdue 62, Illinois 52
Rutgers 86, Penn State 82 (OT)

Standings
1. Indiana (19-1, 9-1)
2. Iowa (16-4, 8-1)
3. Maryland (17-4, 8-2)
3. Ohio State (19-2, 8-2)
5. Illinois (16-5, 6-4)
5. Michigan (16-5, 6-4)
7. Purdue (14-6, 5-5)
8. Nebraska (12-8, 4-5)
9. Michigan State (11-9, 3-6)
10. Penn State (12-9, 3-7)
10. Rutgers (9-13, 3-7)
12. Minnesota (9-11, 2-7)
12. Wisconsin (7-14, 2-7)
14. Northwestern (7-13, 0-9)

Games for Saturday, January 28
Nebraska at #10 Iowa
 
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ILLINOIS (16-5, 6-4)
Long Island (W 75-40)
Alcorn State (W 90-59)
McNeese State (W 100-38)
Evansville (W 93-54)
Oakland (W 84-55)
vs. Charlotte (at Daytona Beach, FL) (W 70-43)
vs. Delaware (at Daytona Beach, FL) (L 80-83)
at Pittsburgh (W 92-71)
at #5 Indiana (L 61-65)
Rutgers (W 80-62)
at Butler (W 65-63)
at Missouri (W 76-66)
Florida Atlantic (W 81-46)
at Wisconsin (W 79-63)
#12 Iowa (W 90-86)
Northwestern (W 85-79)
at #3 Ohio State (L 81-87)
at Minnesota (W 70-57)
#6 Indiana (L 72-83)
at Northwestern (W 67-64)
Purdue (L 52-62)

INDIANA (19-1, 9-1)
Vermont (W 86-49)
Massachusetts-Lowell (W 93-37)
at #11 Tennessee (W 79-67)
Bowling Green (W 96-61)
Quinnipiac (W 92-55)
vs. Auburn (at Las Vegas) (W 96-81)
vs. Memphis (at Las Vegas) (W 79-64)
#6 North Carolina (W 87-63)
Illinois (W 65-61)
at Penn State (W 67-58)
Morehead State (W 87-24)
Butler (W 67-50)
at Michigan State (L 78-83)
Nebraska (W 74-62 OT)
at Northwestern (W 72-50)
#9 Maryland (W 68-61)
Wisconsin (W 93-56)
at #21 Illinois (W 83-72)
at #13 Michigan (W 92-83)
#2 Ohio State (L 65-78)

IOWA (16-4, 8-1)
Southern (W 87-34)
Evansville (W 115-62)
at Drake (W 92-86 OT)
at Kansas State (L 83-84)
Belmont (W 73-62)
vs. Oregon State (at Portland, OR) (W 73-59)
vs. #3 Connecticut (at Portland, OR) (L 79-86)
#12 North Carolina State (L 81-94)
at Wisconsin (W 102-71)
#10 Iowa State (W 70-57)
Minnesota (W 87-64)
Northern Iowa (W 88-74)
Dartmouth (W 92-54)
Purdue (W 83-68)
at Illinois (L 86-90)
at #14 Michigan (W 94-85)
Northwestern (W 93-64)
Penn State (W 108-67)
at Michigan State (W 84-81 OT)
at #2 Ohio State (W 83-72)

MARYLAND (17-4, 8-2)
at George Mason (W 88-51)
#1 South Carolina (L 56-81)
Fordham (W 83-76)
Davidson (W 70-52)
at #17 Baylor (W 73-68)
vs. DePaul (at Fort Myers, FL) (L 67-76)
vs. Towson (at Fort Myers, FL) (W 81-70)
vs. Pittsburgh (at Fort Myers, FL) (W 87-63)
at #7 Notre Dame (W 74-72)
Nebraska (L 67-90)
at Purdue (W 77-74)
#6 Connecticut (W 85-78)
at Purdue Fort Wayne (W 88-51)
Minnesota (W 107-85)
at Rutgers (W 78-67)
Michigan State (W 94-85)
at #6 Indiana (L 61-68)
Rutgers (W 80-56)
at Wisconsin (W 77-64)
at Nebraska (W 69-54)
#13 Michigan (W 72-64)

MICHIGAN (16-5, 6-4)
Delaware State (W 83-30)
St. Francis (W 91-36)
Western Michigan (W 99-67)
at Fairfield (W 69-53)
vs. Air Force (at Estero, FL) (W 68-48)
vs. South Florida (at Estero, FL) (W 63-58)
vs. #21 Baylor (at Estero, FL) (W 84-75)
at Miami (FL) (W 76-64)
Northwestern (W 77-66)
Toledo (L 68-71)
Appalachian State (W 77-49)
vs. #6 North Carolina (at Charlotte, NC) (W 76-68)
at Nebraska (W 76-59)
at #3 Ohio State (L 57-66)
Penn State (W 82-72)
#16 Iowa (L 85-94)
at Purdue (W 80-59)
Michigan State (W 70-55)
at Rutgers (W 81-58)
#6 Indiana (L 83-92)
at #10 Maryland (L 64-72)

MICHIGAN STATE (11-9, 3-6)
Delaware State (W 86-37)
Purdue Fort Wayne (W 85-53)
Western Michigan (W 97-49)
Oakland (W 85-39)
Florida A&M (W 109-44)
at Central Michigan (W 84-54)
vs. #5 Iowa State (at Portland, OR) (L 49-80)
vs. #18 Oregon (at Portland, OR) (L 78-86)
Georgia Tech (L 63-66)
Purdue (L 71-76 OT)
at #3 Ohio State (L 68-74)
Detroit Mercy (W 91-41)
Prairie View A&M (W 98-50)
#4 Indiana (W 83-78)
at Northwestern (W 71-64)
at #13 Maryland (L 85-94)
Wisconsin (L 80-84 OT)
at #17 Michigan (L 55-70)
#10 Iowa (L 81-84 OT)
Rutgers (W 85-63)

MINNESOTA (9-11, 2-7)
Western Illinois (W 75-45)
Lehigh (W 101-99)
at North Dakota State (L 65-71)
Presbyterian (W 82-48)
at Virginia (L 70-73)
Liberty (W 77-65)
Wake Forest (L 59-63)
Penn State (W 98-96 2OT)
Kentucky (L 74-80)
at #16 Iowa (L 64-87)
Chicago State (W 105-54)
Wisconsin-Milwaukee (W 75-59)
Eastern Illinois (W 59-48)
at #16 Maryland (L 85-107)
#3 Ohio State (L 71-83)
at Wisconsin (L 77-81)
Rutgers (L 59-65)
#24 Illinois (L 57-70)
at Penn State (W 75-67)
at Purdue (L 56-75)

NEBRASKA (12-8, 4-5)
Nebraska-Omaha (W 100-36)
Houston Christian (W 79-48)
at #20 Creighton (L 51-77)
at Drake (L 62-80)
Tarleton State (W 71-53)
vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (at Puerto Rico) (W 73-44)
vs. Mississippi State (at Puerto Rico) (W 73-65 OT)
at #9 Virginia Tech (L 54-85)
at #20 Maryland (W 90-67)
Wisconsin (W 82-54)
Samford (W 71-46)
Wyoming (W 66-39)
#20 Kansas (W 85-79 3OT)
#14 Michigan (L 59-76)
at #4 Indiana (L 62-74 OT)
at Rutgers (L 45-57)
Penn State (80-51)
#3 Ohio State (L 67-76)
at Purdue (W 71-64)
#11 Maryland (L 54-69)

NORTHWESTERN (7-13, 0-9)
at #20 Oregon (L 57-100)
Pennsylvania (W 63-55)
#9 Notre Dame (L 58-92)
Southern Illinois (W 84-69)
Niagara (W 76-38)
Valparaiso (W 81-47)
at Duke (L 50-66)
at #17 Michigan (L 66-77)
DePaul (L 63-81)
at Illinois-Chicago (W 66-62)
Air Force (W 64-58)
#3 Ohio State (L 48-81)
Michigan State (L 64-71)
at Illinois (L 79-85)
#6 Indiana (L 50-72)
at #12 Iowa (L 64-93)
Purdue (L 54-65)
at #2 Ohio State (L 54-84)
#21 Illinois (L 64-67)
Chicago State (W 87-64)

OHIO STATE (19-2, 8-2)
#5 Tennessee (W 87-75)
at Boston College (W 82-64)
at Ohio (W 86-56)
McNeese State (W 99-43)
Wright State (W 105-52)
North Alabama (W 105-67)
at #18 Louisville (W 96-77)
at Rutgers (W 82-70)
New Hampshire (W 92-36)
Michigan State (W 74-68)
Albany (W 82-57)
vs. South Florida (at San Diego) (W 88-86 OT)
vs. #16 Oregon (at San Diego) (W 84-67)
at Northwestern (W 81-48)
#14 Michigan (W 66-57)
at Minnesota (W 83-71)
Illinois (W 87-81)
at Nebraska (W 76-67)
Northwestern (W 84-54)
#10 Iowa (L 72-83)
at #6 Indiana (L 65-78)

PENN STATE (12-9, 3-7)
Norfolk State (W 67-61)
Fairfield (W 77-49)
Youngstown State (W 77-63)
Bryant (W 96-33)
Syracuse (W 82-69)
vs. Toledo (at Daytona Beach, FL) (W 60-59)
vs. Fresno State (at Daytona Beach, FL) (W 68-49)
Virginia (L 68-89)
at Minnesota (L 96-98 2OT)
#4 Indiana (L 58-67)
West Virginia (W 69-57)
at Drexel (L 82-86 OT)
Cornell (W 79-48)
Rutgers (W 90-72)
at #14 Michigan (L 72-82)
Purdue (W 70-60)
at Nebraska (L 51-80)
at #12 Iowa (L 67-108)
Minnesota (L 67-75)
Wisconsin (W 74-69)
at Rutgers (L 82-86 OT)

PURDUE (14-6, 5-5)
Marshall (W 73-61)
Murray State (W 90-61)
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville (W 100-58)
Indiana State (W 77-54)
vs. Harvard (at Cancun) (W 85-63)
vs. Florida State (at Cancun) (L 75-76)
vs. Oklahoma State (at Cancun) (W 71-65)
Syracuse (W 87-78)
at Michigan State (W 76-71 OT)
#20 Maryland (L 74-77)
Illinois State (W 64-51)
at Texas A&M (W 59-53)
at #12 Iowa (L 68-83)
Wisconsin (W 73-61)
at Penn State (L 60-70)
#17 Michigan (L 59-80)
at Northwestern (W 65-54)
Nebraska (L 64-71)
Minnesota (W 75-56)
at #22 Illinois (W 62-52)

RUTGERS (9-13, 3-7)
Hofstra (W 73-68)
Seton Hall (L 57-75)
NJIT (W 87-71)
North Carolina Central (W 66-45)
vs. #11 Tennessee (at Bahamas) (L 54-94)
vs. South Dakota State (at Bahamas) (L 56-75)
vs. #19 Texas (at Bahamas) (L 44-82)
Cornell (W 71-52)
at Boston College (L 61-75)
#4 Ohio State (L 70-82)
at Illinois (L 62-80)
Hampton (W 76-68)
Princeton (L 56-77)
New Orleans (W 64-56)
at Penn State (L 72-90)
#13 Maryland (L 67-78)
Nebraska (W 57-45)
at Minnesota (W 65-59)
at #9 Maryland (L 56-80)
#14 Michigan (L 58-81)
at Michigan State (L 63-85)
Penn State (W 86-82 OT)

WISCONSIN (7-14, 2-7)
at Wisconsin-Milwaukee (W 58-49)
vs. Kansas State (at Milwaukee) (L 63-77)
North Florida (W 77-54)
Bradley (W 103-49)
at Illinois State (L 57-62)
vs. Georgia (at Virgin Islands) (L 60-68)
vs. Seton Hall (at Virgin Islands) (L 72-83)
vs. Virginia Commonwealth (at Virgin Islands) (L 67-75)
Florida State (L 87-92)
#10 Iowa (L 71-102)
at Nebraska (L 54-82)
St. Thomas (W 72-64)
at Wisconsin-Green Bay (L 60-70)
Illinois (L 63-79)
at Purdue (L 61-73)
Minnesota (W 81-77)
at Michigan State (W 84-80 OT)
at #6 Indiana (L 56-93)
#11 Maryland (L 64-77)
at Penn State (L 69-74)
Valparaiso (W 59-44)
 
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Hawkfan_08

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Asked before but why is Wisconsin the continued rock bottom of the Big Ten? All other teams seem to have at least had a good year in there but they are always way below.
 

RothMatt

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#3 Ohio State 83, Minnesota 71
Illinois 85, Northwestern 79

Standings
1. Ohio State (16-0, 5-0)
2. Illinois (14-2, 4-1)
3. Indiana (13-1, 3-1)
3. Iowa (11-4, 3-1)
3. Maryland (12-3, 3-1)
3. Michigan (13-2, 3-1)
7. Michigan State (10-5, 2-2)
7. Nebraska (10-5, 2-2)
7. Purdue (11-3, 2-2)
10. Minnesota (8-7, 1-3)
10. Penn State (10-5, 1-3)
12. Northwestern (6-8, 0-4)
12. Rutgers (6-10, 0-4)
12. Wisconsin (4-11, 0-4)

Games for Saturday, January 7
Michigan State at #13 Maryland
Purdue at Penn State
Nebraska at Rutgers
#16 Iowa at #14 Michigan
Shouldn't I will be number 4 behind the other number 3 teams?
Maryland and Michigan clearly have better records according to your chart.
 

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I don't know if it's been posted but I believe this weekend's Iowa's Women game with Michigan is the first time Fox telecasts a womens regular season game. I think they are counting on Bluder to unleash Caitlin.

She is the marquee player in college ball and her scoring is arenas and TV audience's (network) pay to see. Hawk fans know she is r.elatively modest has already set incredible individual standards at an early stage in her playing career. Still, athletics is unforgivable enterprise and careers can end at any time.

Caitlin fans have been very disappointed with the near miss triple doubles as she seems to have the career record within reach, to be pulled in games when the achievements were a given. Protecting her from injury is crucial but disappoint lingers when the one more rebound or assist will do it.

She's a generational talent and that's no exaggeration. If she were playing for UConn or Stanford she would be on ESPN's screen every night. Hell, she plays for Iowa and she is now. God is she fun to watch.
 

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Wow, Minnesota lost to Wisconsin? I know Whalen has players coming but dang, how do you lose to them?
I don’t follow Minnesota super closely but I check their message boards here and there. Lots of fans unhappy with her in-game coaching as well as her ability to develop players/build culture. She was a gamble hire, and fans were okay with it (some very excited by it), but their patience has worn thin.

However, her recruiting success is undeniable. So the CW over there seems to be, okay, she can certainly recruit well…but can she finally do something with it? She has some defenders, but overall she seems to be on thin ice with Gopher fans, and she needs to deliver SOME progress. This season. I think even a modest improvement would placate quite a few, but she has already lost a lot of good will with a sizable crowd.

The bottom line now is that she finally has a roster entirely of her own design (and it’s a pretty highly regarded, if young, one). They’re giving her some grace bc of that, but they wanna see some Ws. I don’t think UM will fire her this year if the dream doesn’t quite pan out yet, but an L to UW at this point in the season does not inspire confidence.
 
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