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PostPosted: 06/14/17 9:57 am    ::: Summer 2017: B1G Ten Reply Reply with quote

Just wanted to create a place to drop off summer news about the B1G.

Starting off with Rutgers

https://www.google.com/amp/amp.nj.com/v1/articles/20861210/matee_ajavon_sense_of_tradition_missing_from_rutge.amp



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PostPosted: 07/31/17 1:41 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

2017 B1G Matchups

Maryland gets Ohio State in College Park


Illinois
Home: Iowa, Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State, Wisconsin
Away: Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Penn State, Rutgers
Home/Away: Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue

Indiana
Home: Illinois, Nebraska, Northwestern, Rutgers, Wisconsin
Away: Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Penn State
Home/Away: Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue

Iowa
Home: Indiana, Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue
Away: Illinois, Maryland, Michigan State, Northwestern, Rutgers
Home/Away: Minnesota, Nebraska, Wisconsin

Maryland
Home: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio State, Purdue
Away: Michigan, Minnesota, Northwestern, Penn State, Wisconsin
Home/Away: Michigan State, Nebraska, Rutgers

Michigan
Home: Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Penn State, Purdue
Away: Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Rutgers, Wisconsin
Home/Away: Michigan State, Northwestern, Ohio State

Michigan State
Home: Iowa, Nebraska, Northwestern, Rutgers, Wisconsin
Away: Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue
Home/Away: Indiana, Maryland, Michigan

Minnesota
Home: Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska
Away: Illinois, Northwestern, Ohio State, Purdue, Rutgers
Home/Away: Iowa, Penn State, Wisconsin

Nebraska
Home: Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, Wisconsin
Away: Indiana, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Rutgers
Home/Away: Illinois, Iowa, Maryland

Northwestern
Home: Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, Rutgers
Away: Indiana, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue
Home/Away: Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin

Ohio State
Home: Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Purdue, Rutgers
Away: Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Nebraska, Wisconsin
Home/Away: Indiana, Michigan, Penn State

Penn State
Home: Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan State, Northwestern
Away: Iowa, Michigan, Nebraska, Purdue, Wisconsin
Home/Away: Minnesota, Ohio State, Rutgers

Purdue
Home: Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Penn State, Wisconsin
Away: Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio State
Home/Away: Illinois, Indiana, Rutgers

Rutgers
Home: Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska
Away: Indiana, Michigan State, Northwestern, Ohio State, Wisconsin
Home/Away: Maryland, Penn State, Purdue

Wisconsin
Home: Maryland, Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, Rutgers
Away: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan State, Nebraska, Purdue
Home/Away: Iowa, Minnesota, Northwestern



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PostPosted: 07/31/17 6:10 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Michigan's going on a trip to Italy and Greece next month.


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PostPosted: 08/03/17 2:41 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

This was a nice update from the B1G site yesterday. I won't bother trying to imbed the links. Source is here: http://www.bigten.org/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/080217aaa.html

Aug. 2, 2017
The 2017-18 Big Ten women’s basketball season is on the horizon, and several conference programs have gotten an early start on their seasons with overseas competition this summer.

USA World University Games Roster To Have Big Ten Flavor
Representatives from Big Ten members Maryland and Michigan State will join forces to represent the United States at the 2017 World University Games, scheduled for Aug. 19-30 in Taipei, Taiwan. The USA roster will be comprised almost entirely of students from three-time Big Ten champion Maryland, along with 2017 Michigan State graduate and first-round WNBA Draft pick Tori Jankoska, and will be led by Terrapins’ head coach Brenda Frese. The Americans will open with pool play games against Uganda (Aug. 21), Poland (Aug. 22) and the Czech Republic (Aug. 23) before knockout round play begins Aug. 25 and culminates with the medal round games on Aug. 28. For more information on the USA World University Games team, CLICK HERE.

Hoosiers Head To Italy
Indiana leaves Wednesday on its first foreign tour in eight years, taking a nine-day trip through Italy. The Hoosiers will visit the historic Italian cities of Rome, Florence, Venice and Pisa during their European adventure and are slated to play three games against Italian club teams along the way. Indiana will take on KZKSU Radnicki 2016 on Aug. 7 and 8 (both games played in Florence) before finishing up against Veneto Stars on Aug. 9 in Venice. Details on the Hoosiers’ Italian tour can be found by CLICKING HERE.

Wolverines Off To Europe
Later this month, Michigan will embark on its own European tour, visiting Italy and Greece during a 10-day excursion from Aug. 21-31. The Wolverines will start their trip in Italy with stops in Rome, Pompeii and Sorrento, before heading to Athens, Greece, for the final four days of the journey. Michigan will also play three games during its European tour, facing the Italian All-Stars on Aug. 24 in Rome, followed by a pair of games in Athens against Greek clubs Sporting BC (Aug. 2Cool and Olimpiacos BC (Aug. 29). A complete rundown on Michigan’s tour is available by CLICKING HERE.

Precious Medals For Big Ten Duo
Michigan incoming freshman Hailey Brown and Wisconsin sophomore Kendra Van Leeuwen earned bronze medals with the Canada Under-19 National Team at the FIBA U19 World Cup which concluded July 30 in Italy. It was Canada’s best-ever finish at the U19 tournament and that country’s highest finish at any FIBA international event since 2012. Brown averaged 10.0 points and 9.3 rebounds per game at the FIBA U19 World Cup, while Van Leeuwen chalked up 2.1 points and 3.9 rebounds per game with a 10.0 assist/turnover ratio during the tournament. More information on the Canadian U19 World Cup team, including a recap of its 67-60 bronze-medal game win over Japan (when the Big Ten pair combined for 20 points, 10 rebounds and six assists), can be found by CLICKING HERE, HERE and HERE.

Big Ten Well-Represented at USA Basketball Under-23 National Team Camp
Five Big Ten students are among 36 participants at the USA Basketball Women’s Under-23 National Team Training Camp, which takes place this week in Colorado Springs. Representing the Big Ten are Indiana’s Tyra Buss, Michigan’s Hallie Thome, Ohio State’s Linnae Harper and Kelsey Mitchell, and Penn State’s Teniya Page. The camp, which features participants ages 23 or under who are freshmen, sophomores or juniors in college, will be highlighted by four teams competing in a round-robin tournament and will help USA Basketball identify its 12-member roster for the inaugural U23 Four Nations Tournament Aug. 12-15 in Tokyo. Full details can be found by CLICKING HERE.

Two Big Ten Students Visit Africa With Athletes in Action
Rutgers junior Victoria Harris and 2016 Northwestern graduate Christen Johnson traveled to the Ivory Coast earlier this summer for a 10-day trip with Athletes in Action. The tour featured several coaching clinics and basketball camps, while providing humanitarian aid in the country’s capital city of Abidjan and the surrounding areas. The AIA group also trained and competed with the Ivory Coast’s U19 National Team and clubs from several other countries. For more information, CLICK HERE.

Former Nebraska Student Earns Top Honors Down Under
Kelsey Griffin, a 2010 Nebraska graduate, earned Most Valuable Player honors while playing for Australia at the FIBA Asia Cup July 23-29 in Bangalore, India. Griffin is a native of Eagle River, Alaska, and earned permanent Australian citizenship in 2015 while playing professionally Down Under in Australia’s highly-regarded Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL). Griffin averaged 17.9 points and 9.1 rebounds per game during the six-game Asia Cup, her first tournament with the Australian national side, which is nicknamed the Opals. A complete recap of her performance is available by CLICKING HERE.


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PostPosted: 08/16/17 3:59 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Conference schedule

http://www.bigten.org/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/081617aab.html

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Thursday, Dec. 28
Michigan State at Indiana
Illinois at Maryland
Penn State at Michigan
Ohio State at Nebraska
Minnesota at Northwestern
Purdue at Rutgers
Iowa at Wisconsin

Sunday, Dec. 31
Northwestern at Illinois
Michigan at Iowa
Rutgers at Michigan State
Nebraska at Minnesota
Indiana at Ohio State
Maryland at Penn State
Wisconsin at Purdue

Wednesday, Jan. 3
Northwestern at Michigan State
Indiana at Penn State
Illinois at Rutgers

Thursday, Jan. 4
Iowa at Maryland
Minnesota at Ohio State
Michigan at Wisconsin

Saturday, Jan. 6
Purdue at Indiana
Penn State at Rutgers

Sunday, Jan. 7
Iowa at Illinois
Ohio State at Michigan
Michigan State at Minnesota
Nebraska at Northwestern
Maryland at Wisconsin

Wednesday, Jan. 10
Nebraska at Illinois
Indiana at Michigan
Minnesota at Penn State
Rutgers at Purdue

Thursday, Jan. 11
Michigan State at Maryland
Wisconsin at Northwestern

Saturday, Jan. 13
Ohio State at Indiana
Purdue at Iowa
Michigan at Nebraska
Minnesota at Rutgers

Sunday, Jan. 14
Penn State at Wisconsin

Tuesday, Jan. 16
Michigan State at Illinois
Indiana at Maryland
Iowa at Nebraska
Michigan at Ohio State

Thursday, Jan. 18
Wisconsin at Minnesota
Rutgers at Penn State
Northwestern at Purdue

Saturday, Jan. 20
Illinois at Michigan
Indiana at Michigan State

Sunday, Jan. 21
Iowa at Minnesota
Nebraska at Rutgers
Northwestern at Wisconsin

Monday, Jan. 22
Ohio State at Maryland

Tuesday, Jan. 23
Michigan State at Michigan
Illinois at Penn State

Wednesday, Jan. 24
Wisconsin at Indiana
Purdue at Nebraska

Thursday, Jan. 25
Ohio State at Iowa
Maryland at Northwestern

Saturday, Jan. 27
Rutgers at Indiana

Sunday, Jan. 28
Wisconsin at Illinois
Nebraska at Iowa
Michigan at Northwestern
Michigan State at Ohio State
Penn State at Purdue

Wednesday, Jan. 31
Penn State at Ohio State
Minnesota at Wisconsin

Thursday, Feb. 1
Rutgers at Maryland
Purdue at Michigan
Iowa at Michigan State
Illinois at Nebraska

Saturday, Feb. 3
Ohio State at Wisconsin

Sunday, Feb. 4
Purdue at Illinois
Northwestern at Indiana
Minnesota at Iowa
Maryland at Nebraska
Michigan State at Penn State
Michigan at Rutgers

Thursday, Feb. 8
Illinois at Indiana
Penn State at Iowa
Northwestern at Michigan
Maryland at Michigan State
Rutgers at Ohio State
Minnesota at Purdue

Sunday, Feb. 11
Michigan at Michigan State
Penn State at Minnesota
Wisconsin at Nebraska
Iowa at Northwestern
Maryland at Rutgers

Monday, Feb. 12
Indiana at Purdue

Tuesday, Feb. 13
Ohio State at Illinois

Wednesday, Feb. 14
Nebraska at Michigan State
Michigan at Minnesota
Northwestern at Penn State
Rutgers at Wisconsin

Thursday, Feb. 15
Purdue at Maryland

Saturday, Feb. 17
Nebraska at Indiana

Sunday, Feb. 18
Wisconsin at Iowa
Maryland at Minnesota
Illinois at Northwestern
Purdue at Ohio State

Tuesday, Feb. 20
Indiana at Minnesota

Wednesday, Feb. 21
Wisconsin at Michigan State
Northwestern at Ohio State
Illinois at Purdue
Iowa at Rutgers

Thursday, Feb. 22
Maryland at Michigan
Penn State at Nebraska

Saturday, Feb. 24
Indiana at Iowa
Rutgers at Northwestern
Michigan State at Purdue

Sunday, Feb. 25
Minnesota at Illinois
Nebraska at Maryland
Ohio State at Penn State

Wednesday, Feb. 28*
Big Ten Tournament Game #1
Big Ten Tournament Game #2

Thursday, March 1*
Big Ten Tournament Game #3
Big Ten Tournament Game #4
Big Ten Tournament Game #5
Big Ten Tournament Game #6

Friday, March 2*
Big Ten Tournament Game #7
Big Ten Tournament Game #8
Big Ten Tournament Game #9
Big Ten Tournament Game #10

Saturday, March 3*
Big Ten Tournament Semifinal #1
Big Ten Tournament Semifinal #2

Sunday, March 4*
Big Ten Tournament Championship

All dates subject to change
* - to be played in Indianapolis, Indiana (Bankers Life Fieldhouse)
NOTE: Due to renovations at Welsh-Ryan Arena, all Northwestern home games will be played at Evanston Township High School



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PostPosted: 08/16/17 4:07 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Poor Northwestern playing at a high school Confused


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PostPosted: 08/18/17 11:09 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Michigan leaves for Italy and Greece in a couple of days. Flaherty isn't going due to injury. Crying or Very sad

http://www.mgoblue.com/news/2017/8/17/womens-basketball-deja-vu-for-wolverines-headed-to-italy-greece.aspx


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