Stasha Carey had 17 points and nine rebounds to help third-seeded Rutgers beat 11th-seeded Purdue 64-49 in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament on Friday night.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/7W 80-38
- 11/11W 66-65
- 11/15W 81-60
- 11/18W 78-44
- 11/22L 68-62
- 11/23W 70-59
- 11/242L 86-40
- 11/2921W 74-63
- 12/5L 80-73
- 12/9W 65-41
- 12/1625L 82-73
- 12/19W 53-41
- 12/21W 74-61
- 12/28W 60-42
- 12/31L 76-69
- 1/5W 71-70
- 1/1017W 62-57
- 1/13W 57-54
- 1/1620L 65-63
- 1/2025W 56-53
- 1/24W 64-53
- 1/2717L 72-58
- 1/31L 84-64
- 2/322L 74-66
- 2/7W 72-50
- 2/10L 67-61
- 2/14L 65-45
- 2/17W 61-58
- 2/21L 72-61
- 2/258L 58-55
- 3/3L 73-51
- 3/6W 72-60
- 3/7W 75-71
- 3/8L 64-49
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Dominique Oden scored 20 points and Purdue held off Nebraska's late rally for a 75-71 victory on Thursday night in the second round of the Big Ten tournament.
Karissa McLaughlin scored 17 points to lead four Purdue players in double figures and the No. 11 seed Boilermakers beat Illinois 72-60 on Wednesday in the first round of the Big 10 tournament.
Kaila Charles scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to help No. 8 Maryland rally for a 58-55 victory over Purdue on Monday night.
Sidney Cooks and Shay Colley scored 20 points apiece and No. 22 Michigan State scored the last eight points to defeat Purdue 74-66 on Sunday after blowing a 15-point, second-half lead.
Megan Gustafson scored 25 points, Hannah Stewart added 21 and No. 17 Iowa used a 10-2 game-ending run to pull away from Purdue in a 72-58 victory on Sunday.
Kayana Traylor scored a career-high 15 points and Karissa McLaughlin added 14, including a go-ahead jumper and two free throws in the final half-minute, and Purdue beat instate rival and 25th-ranked Indiana 56-53 on Sunday.
Stasha Carey made three free throws in the final nine seconds of overtime as No. 20 Rutgers survived blowing a 14-point late in regulation to beat Purdue 65-63 on Wednesday night and stay alone atop the Big Ten.
Purdue and West Virginia will be playing in the postseason after all as they headline the WNIT field that was announced Monday night.
The NCAA women's basketball tournament selection committee on Sunday released the final eight teams under consideration for the last four spots in the women's bracket: Buffalo, Creighton, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Purdue, Rutgers, USC and West Virginia.
Champ Week is here, which means time is running out for teams to make a last big push for an NCAA tournament bid and for seeding. What happens in the Big Ten tournament might have the biggest impact on the bubble.
Applying the philosophy the NCAA Division I women's basketball committee appeared to use in its first reveal shed some light further down the S-curve. That was good news for Creighton, Purdue and Nebraska but not for TCU.
A hot Purdue team and a Notre Dame squad that lost Brianna Turner before halftime almost resulted in an early exit for the No. 1 seed. But the Irish guards took control in overtime to win it.
In reaching the Big Ten final, Purdue played itself into the NCAA tournament -- and helped bumped Ohio State to a No. 5 seed. DePaul replaced the Buckeyes as a host in our latest projection through Saturday's games.
Bracketology didn't feel any earthquakes on Friday, but a few tremors shook up Champ Week a bit. Some teams nailed down berths, while others might have played themselves out.
Women's teams that will dance ... barely
Selection Monday was kind to these bubble teams, the final four to make the field:
- St. Bonaventure
Purdue athletic director Morgan Burke will retire in July 2017, the school announced Thursday. Burke has had the job for 24 years.
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