Megan Gustafson scored 27 points and added 17 rebounds to become the Big Ten Conference's all-time leader in double-doubles on Thursday night while leading No. 14 Iowa to an 88-66 win over Illinois.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/7W 88-60
- 11/14W 73-54
- 11/18W 76-69
- 11/23W 74-51
- 11/24L 109-107
- 11/28L 69-67
- 12/1W 72-66
- 12/5W 75-57
- 12/11W 84-52
- 12/15W 74-57
- 12/21L 67-45
- 12/28L 85-83
- 12/31L 68-45
- 1/612W 66-62
- 1/9L 71-60
- 1/12L 62-48
- 1/17L 77-67
- 1/2022L 94-75
- 1/2423L 77-60
- 1/27L 64-56
- 1/31L 78-70
- 2/410L 80-66
- 2/7L 72-50
- 2/10W 78-68
- 2/1414L 88-66
- 2/17L 70-56
- 2/20L 75-67
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Freshman Shakira Austin scored 17 points to help No. 10 Maryland beat Illinois 80-66 on Monday night.
- Illinois athletic department lost $6.2M in 2016
- Illinois hires Hall of Famer Fahey as new coach
- Bollant, once subject of lawsuit, fired by Illinois
- Illinois eyes new mascot after 9 years without
Three players scored 14 points and freshman Nia Clouden tied her career high with 11 assists and No. 23 Michigan State took control early Thursday night en route to a 77-60 win over Illinois.
Megan Gustafson scored 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds -- her 17th double-double in 18 games this season -- and No. 22 Iowa rolled past Illinois 94-75 on Sunday.
While her career path may be a bit unorthodox, Nancy Fahey is hopeful her many years of success coaching at Division III Washington University in St. Louis can be replicated at Illinois.
Illinois AD Josh Whitman discusses Lovie Smith and the Illinois football team, new basketball coaching hires Brad Underwood and Nancy Fahey, and the Illinois-Missouri rivalry.
Illinois athletic director Josh Whitman says his department was operating at about a $6.2 million deficit in 2016, with revenue and spending figures ranking in the bottom half of the Big Ten.
Hall of Famer Nancy Fahey was named Illinois' new women's basketball coach Wednesday, replacing the fired Matt Bollant.
Subject of a lawsuit by former players in 2015, Matt Bollant was fired by Illinois on Tuesday after going 61-94 over five seasons as the women's basketball coach.
The University of Illinois will begin the search for a new mascot nine years after it retired Chief Illiniwek under pressure from the NCAA.
After several allegations of verbal abuse and harassment made recently in women's basketball, it's clear the issue isn't going away. But it's also important to look at each case individually.
Illinois women's basketball coach Matt Bollant says leading scorer and rebounder Chatrice White plans to transfer.
Illinois athletic director Josh Whitman said women's basketball coach Matt Bollant will return next season even after a losing season and a lawsuit filed by former players over their treatment.
The University of Illinois argues in a motion filed this week that a judge should dismiss a lawsuit filed by seven former women's basketball players.
The University of Illinois has hired a consulting firm led by former Big 12 Conference commissioner Dan Beebe as it deals with former athletes' allegations of mistreatment.
An advocacy group for college athletes wants NCAA President Mark Emmert to meet with former Illinois student-athletes who have alleged they were mistreated by coaches.
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Chancellor Phyllis Wise said Thursday that she is resigning, citing a range of "external issues" that she says have become a distraction for the school.
After a report on allegations of mistreatment in Illinois women's hoops leveled that a former assistant coach treated players harshly, head coach Matt Bollant said he wants to change the tone.
An advocacy group for college athletes wants the University of Illinois to fire athletic director Mike Thomas, football coach Tim Beckman and others.
Former Illini players suing school
Seven former Illinois women's basketball players are accusing coach Matt Bollant and a former assistant of violating their civil rights and using race to divide the team while trying to force some players out. The lawsuit adds to this year's accusations against the school's sports programs over player treatment. Story
A newspaper says the University of Illinois gave a more than $48,000 payout to a former assistant women's basketball coach who left amid accusations that players were mistreated.
Illinois is taking steps to increase support for what it terms "the health and well-being" of its athletes following abuse allegations in both the football and women's basketball programs.
The same legal firm asked to investigate player complaints about the Illinois football team is now looking into similar claims involving the women's basketball team.
Illinois says it has also looked into concerns raised by parents of women's basketball players that preceded the departure of an assistant coach.