Big Ten Women’s Tournament Central: Bracket, Scores, TV & Stream

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As March unfolds, basketball enthusiasts eagerly turn their gaze toward the Big Ten Women’s Tournament, anticipating exhilarating clashes and thrilling performances. 

One standout story captivating attention is the swan song of Iowa’s sensational star, Caitlin Clark, as she bids farewell to the collegiate stage.

Commencing on Wednesday, the Big Ten Tournament kicks off amidst a flurry of excitement, with No. 4 Ohio State emerging as a formidable contender, boasting an impressive 16-2 record against conference opponents this season.

Despite a setback in their final regular-season encounter against Iowa, the Buckeyes clinched the Big Ten regular-season title, marking a significant achievement, their first since 2009-10.

Spotlight on the Big Ten Women’s Tournament

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As March unfolds, basketball enthusiasts eagerly turn their gaze toward the Big Ten Women’s Tournament, anticipating exhilarating clashes and thrilling performances.

At the helm of Ohio State’s charge is the dynamic guard Jacy Sheldon, whose stellar season statistics underscore her prowess on the court. 

Averaging 18.2 points and 3.8 assists per game, Sheldon’s sharpshooting, highlighted by a remarkable 42.7 percent from beyond the arc, poses a constant threat to opposing defenses.

Meanwhile, for No. 3 Iowa, the spotlight shines brightly on Caitlin Clark, who has been nothing short of sensational throughout her senior campaign. 

With eye-popping averages of 32.3 points, 8.7 assists, and 7.3 rebounds per game, Clark has cemented her status as one of collegiate basketball’s most electrifying talents. 

Recently surpassing basketball legend Pete Maravich to claim the top spot on the NCAA Division I all-time scoring list with 3,685 career points, Clark’s legacy looms large as she looks to leave an indelible mark on the tournament stage.

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Thrilling Showdowns at the Big Ten Women’s Tournament

As the tournament unfolds at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, fans can catch all the action live on CBS or via streaming platforms. 

With a lineup of fiercely contested matchups, the tournament promises to deliver edge-of-your-seat excitement and memorable moments.

The Tournament Schedule is as follows:

First Round – Wednesday, March 6:

Game 1: No. 12 Purdue defeated No. 13 Northwestern, 78-72

Game 2: No. 11 Minnesota prevailed over No. 14 Rutgers, 77-69

Second Round – Thursday, March 7:

Game 3: No. 8 Maryland secured victory against No. 9 Illinois, 75-65

Game 4: No. 4 Nebraska vs. No. 12 Purdue (25 minutes after Game 3 on BTN)

Game 5: No. 7 Penn State vs. No. 10 Wisconsin (6:30 p.m. on BTN)

Game 6: No. 6 Michigan vs. No. 11 Minnesota (25 minutes following Game 5 on BTN)

Quarterfinals – Friday, March 8:

Game 7: No. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 8 Maryland (12:30 p.m. on BTN)

Game 8: No. 4 Michigan State vs. Winner of Game 4 (25 minutes after Game 4 on BTN)

Game 9: No. 2 Iowa vs. Winner of Game 5 (6:30 p.m. on BTN)

Game 10: No. 3 Indiana vs. Winner of Game 6 (25 minutes after Game 9 on BTN)

Semifinals – Saturday, March 9:

Game 11: Winner of Game 7 vs. Winner of Game 8 (2 p.m. on BTN)

Game 12: Winner of Game 9 vs. Winner of Game 10 (25 minutes after Game 11 on BTN)

Big Ten Women’s Championship – Sunday, March 10:

Game 13: Winner of Game 11 vs. Winner of Game 12 (12 p.m. on CBS)

With the stage set for exhilarating matchups and unforgettable performances, the Big Ten Women’s Tournament promises to be a celebration of talent, determination, and the enduring spirit of collegiate basketball. 

As the journey unfolds, all eyes remain fixed on the court, eagerly awaiting the crowning of a champion and the culmination of yet another thrilling chapter in the annals of women’s college basketball.
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