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Big Ten Conference Men Basketball

  2014-2015     Previous season  

B10 Ranking
 1. Indiana 15-3(25-6) 
 2. Michigan St. 13-5(26-5) 
 3. Maryland 12-6(24-7) 
 4. Purdue 12-6(24-7) 
 5. Iowa 12-6(21-9) 
 6. Wisconsin 12-6(20-11) 
 7. Ohio St. 11-7(0-0) 
 8. Michigan 10-8(20-11) 
 9. Northwestern 8-10(20-11) 
 10. Penn St. 7-11(16-15) 
 11. Nebraska 6-12(14-17) 
 12. Illinois 5-13(13-18) 
 13. Minnesota 2-16(8-22) 
 14. Rutgers 1-17(7-24) 

Points Per Game
  Avg: 19.6
 1. Valentine, Michiga.19.6 
 2. Uthoff, Iowa18.7 
 3. Hill, Illinois17.4 
 4. Ferrell, Indiana17.0 
 5. Shields, Nebraska16.9 
 6. White III, Nebra.16.8 
 7. Jok, Iowa16.5 
 8. LeVert, Michigan16.5 
 9. Hayes, Wisconsin16.3 
 10. Taylor, Penn St.16.0 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 8.6
 1. Woodbury, Iowa8.6 
 2. Costello, Michigan.8.3 
 3. Swanigan, Purdue8.3 
 4. Hammons, Purdue7.9 
 5. Happ, Wisconsin7.8 
 6. Murphy, Minnesota7.7 
 7. Valentine, Michiga.7.5 
 8. Carter, Maryland6.7 
 9. Hill, Illinois6.4 
 10. Bates-Diop, Ohio6.4 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 7.6
 1. Valentine, Michiga.7.6 
 2. McIntosh, Northwe.6.7 
 3. Gesell, Iowa6.1 
 4. Ferrell, Indiana5.5 
 5. Trimble, Maryland5.2 
 6. LeVert, Michigan4.9 
 7. Mason, Minnesota4.7 
 8. Walton, Michigan4.5 
 9. Sanders, Rutgers4.3 
 10. Lyle, Ohio St.4.3 
Steals Per Game
 Ethan HAPP
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Happ, Wisconsin1.8 
 2. Sanders, Rutgers1.8 
 3. Walton, Michigan1.6 
 4. Gesell, Iowa1.4 
 5. Webster, Nebraska1.4 
 6. Nunn, Illinois1.4 
 7. Reaves, Penn St.1.3 
 8. Trimble, Maryland1.3 
 9. Shields, Nebraska1.3 
 10. Tate, Ohio St.1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Jarrod UTHOFF
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Uthoff, Iowa2.6 
 2. Hammons, Purdue2.5 
 3. Davis, Michigan St.1.9 
 4. Stone, Maryland1.6 
 5. Giddens, Ohio St.1.5 
 6. Olah, Northwestern1.4 
 7. Dickerson, Penn St.1.3 
 8. Carter, Maryland1.3 
 9. Bates-Diop, Ohio S.1.3 
 10. Thompson, Ohio S.1.1 

B10 Women 2015-2016
Official Web Site

Michigan State University wins the USA B10 2015-2016 title

Michigan State University 2015-16
Tom Izzo Tom Izzo Izzo
Eron Harris
Bryn Forbes
Deyonta Davis
Matt Costello
Denzel Valentine
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
14  Harris Eron 190 (6'3'') G 93 USA
5  Forbes Bryn 190 (6'3'') G 93 USA
23  Davis Deyonta 208 (6'10'') PF USA
10  Costello Matt 206 (6'9'') F 93 USA
45  Valentine Denzel 196 (6'5'') G 93 USA
34  Schilling Gavin 206 (6'9'') PF 95 Germany USA
11  Nairn Lourawls 179 (5'11'') PG 94 Bahamas USA
2  Bess Javon 196 (6'5'') SF 96 USA
15  Clark Marvin 198 (6'6'') PF USA
20  McQuaid Matt 196 (6'5'') G/F USA
 Roy Gregory 193 (6'4'') G USA
30  Van Dyk Matt 196 (6'5'') F USA
0  Ahrens Kyle 196 (6'5'') SG USA
25  Goins Kenny 198 (6'6'') F 96 USA
3  Ellis III Alvin 193 (6'4'') F 95 USA
41  Wollenman Colby 201 (6'7'') F 93 USA
Head Coach: Tom Izzo
Coach Assistant: Mike Garland
Coach Assistant: Dane Fife

Michigan State defeats Purdue, 66-62, to win Big Ten crown - Mar 14, 2016

Spartans earn Big Ten's automatic qualifier to NCAA Tournament
Denzel Valentine (6'5''-G-93) finished with 15 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists to lead No. 2 Michigan State past No. 13 Purdue 66-62 in Sunday's Big Ten Tournament championship game.
He was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player after flirting with triple-doubles on three consecutive days. Michigan State (29-5) has won 13 of 14 and has its fifth tourney title, giving them an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Purdue (26-8) was led by Vincent Edwards (6'7''-SF-96) with 19 points while A.J. Hammons (7'0''-C-92) and Caleb Swanigan (6'9''-F-97) had 11 each.
Michigan State took control with two 9-0 runs late in the first half and extended the margin to as much as 46-33 early in the second.
The Boilermakers charged back and got as close as 62-61 with 2:50 left when Rapheal Davis (6'5''-G-93) made two free throws.
But Valentine made a 16-footer with 1:45 left and the Spartans didn't give up another basket.
Valentine was sensational again, making big play after big play.
He thwarted one of Purdue's late runs by stripping the ball from Johnny Hill (6'3''-G-92), driving the length of the court and drawing a foul.
Then, after losing his balance on a drive, Valentine flipped an alley-oop pass almost from his knees for a dunk.
He wasn't finished.
After Hammons' dunk got the Boilermakers within 52-51 with 7:48 left, Valentine grabbed the rebound of his own miss and quickly found Bryn Forbes (6'3''-G-93) open for a 3-pointer.
And twice in the final minute, when Purdue had a chance to take the lead and tie the score, Valentine came up with defensive rebounds to seal it.
Michigan State and Ohio State each have five tourney championships, though the Buckeyes later had to vacate the 2002 title.

The Spartans have turned Indianapolis into their second home. Coach Tom Izzo won the national title in Indy in 2000 and has been to the last two Final Fours here, too. That's not all. The last three times the Big ten Tournament was played at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Michigan State won the title. And it's not just the men's basketball team that has succeeded in the Circle City. Michigan State's football team has played in three of the five Big Ten championship games held in Indy, winning the title in December. Last week, Michigan State's women's team also was a surprise finalist in the tourney.

Purdue: Had trailed for a combined total of 70 seconds in the tournament before Sunday. ... Half of Purdue's eight losses came in its own state, Indiana. The Boilermakers lost at home to Iowa, at Indiana and twice in Indy. ... For only the second time this season, Purdue was outrebounded. Michigan State, which led the nation in rebounding margin, had a 41-31 edge.
Michigan State: Is 5-1 in Big Ten championship games. ... Made eight 3-pointers to break the school's season record. The Spartans have 310, six more than the 2013-14 team. ... Matt Costello (6'9''-F-93) blocked four shots to become the school's career leader with 145. He broke a tie for second with Adreian Payne (141) before passing Branden Dawson (142).

Courtesy of BigTen

Big Ten Tournament Final:
Michigan St. - Purdue 66-62
Big Ten Tournament Semifinals:
Purdue - Michigan 76-59
Michigan St. - Maryland 64-61

All-Big Ten Awards 2016 - Mar 14, 2016

All-Big Ten 1st Team 2016
Kevin Yogi Ferrell
Jarrod Uthoff
Denzel Valentine
Kanu Aja
Nigel Hayes

All-Tournament MVP: Denzel Valentine (6'5''-G-93) of Michigan St.
Player of the Year: Denzel Valentine (6'5''-G-93) of Michigan St.
Defensive Player of the Year: A.J. Hammons (7'0''-C-92) of Purdue
Freshman of the Year: Ethan Happ (6'9''-F-96) of Wisconsin
Sixth Man of the Year: Max Bielfeldt (6'8''-F-93) of Indiana
Coach of the Year: Tom Crean of Indiana

1st Team
PG: Kevin Yogi Ferrell (6'0''-PG-93) of Indiana
F: Jarrod Uthoff (6'8''-F-93) of Iowa
G: Denzel Valentine (6'5''-G-93) of Michigan St.
F: Kanu Aja (6'9''-F-92) of E.Carolina
F: Nigel Hayes (6'8''-F-94) of Wisconsin

2nd Team
G: Malcolm Hill (6'6''-G-95) of Illinois
G: Peter Jok (6'6''-G-94) of Iowa
PG: Melo Trimble (6'3''-PG-95) of Maryland
G: Bryn Forbes (6'3''-G-93) of Michigan St.
G: Shavon Shields (6'7''-G-94) of Nebraska

3rd Team
F: Thomas Bryant (6'10''-F-97) of Indiana
SF: Troy Williams (6'7''-SF-94) of Indiana
C/F: Diamond Stone (6'11''-C/F-97) of Maryland
PG: Derrick Walton (6'0''-PG-95) of Michigan
F: Matt Costello (6'9''-F-93) of Michigan St.
G: Bronson Koenig (6'4''-G) of Wisconsin

Honorable Mention
Robert Carter (6'9''-F-94) of Maryland
Jake Layman (6'9''-G/F-94) of Maryland
Rasheed Sulaimon (6'4''-G-94) of Maryland
Zak Irvin (6'6''-G-94) of Michigan
Andrew White III (6'7''-G) of Nebraska
Bryant McIntosh (6'3''-PG) of Northwestern
Keita Bates-Diop (6'9''-C-96) of Ohio St.
Marc Loving (6'7''-F) of Ohio St.
Jae'Sean Tate (6'5''-G) of Ohio St.
Brandon Taylor (6'7''-F-94) of Penn St.
Vincent Edwards (6'7''-SF-96) of Purdue
Ethan Happ (6'9''-F-96) of Wisconsin

All-Defensive Team
PG: Kevin Yogi Ferrell (6'0''-PG-93) of Indiana
F: Jarrod Uthoff (6'8''-F-93) of Iowa
G: Rapheal Davis (6'5''-G-93) of Purdue
F: Kanu Aja (6'9''-F-92) of E.Carolina
F: Ethan Happ (6'9''-F-96) of Wisconsin

All-Tournament Team
G: Zak Irvin (6'6''-G-94) of Michigan
G: Denzel Valentine (6'5''-G-93) of Michigan St.
G: Shavon Shields (6'7''-G-94) of Nebraska
SF: Vincent Edwards (6'7''-SF-96) of Purdue
C: A.J. Hammons (7'0''-C-92) of Purdue

All-Freshman Team
F: Thomas Bryant (6'10''-F-97) of Indiana
C/F: Diamond Stone (6'11''-C/F-97) of Maryland
C: Jordan Murphy (6'6''-C-97) of Minnesota
F: Caleb Swanigan (6'9''-F-97) of Purdue
F: Ethan Happ (6'9''-F-96) of Wisconsin

All-Sportsmanship Team
C: Maverick Morgan (6'10''-C-94) of Illinois
F: Ryan Burton (6'7''-F-92) of Indiana
G: Mike Gesell (6'2''-G-93) of Iowa
F: Robert Carter (6'9''-F-94) of Maryland
G: Caris LeVert (6'7''-G-94) of Michigan
F: Colby Wollenman (6'7''-F-93) of Michigan St.
F: Joey King (6'9''-F-93) of Minnesota
PG: Benny Parker (5'9''-PG-94) of Nebraska
C: Alexandru Olah (7'0''-C-93) of Northwestern
G: Jae'Sean Tate (6'5''-G) of Ohio St.
F: Donovon Jack (6'9''-F-93) of Penn St.
G: Stephen Toyra (6'3''-G-93) of Purdue
F: Greg Lewis (6'9''-F-92) of Rutgers
F: Vitto Brown (6'8''-F) of Wisconsin


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