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B10 Ranking
 1. Illinois 14-4(25-6) 
 2. Indiana 12-6(24-7) 
 3. Iowa 12-6(23-8) 
 4. Maryland 11-7(23-8) 
 5. Michigan 10-8(21-10) 
 6. Michigan St. 10-8(20-11) 
 7. Minnesota 10-8(18-13) 
 8. Nebraska 10-8(18-13) 
 9. Northwestern 8-10(18-13) 
 10. Ohio St. 7-11(17-14) 
 11. Penn St. 7-11(17-14) 
 12. Purdue 6-12(14-17) 
 13. Rutgers 6-12(12-18) 
 14. Wisconsin 3-15(14-17) 

B10 Women 2016-2017
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Player of the Year: CALEB SWANIGAN (Photo: Purdue)

Points Per Game
 Peter JOK
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Jok, Iowa19.8 
 2. Swanigan, Purdue18.5 
 3. Blackmon, Indiana17.2 
 4. Webster, Nebraska17.0 
 5. Trimble, Maryland17.0 
 6. Hill, Illinois16.8 
 7. Bridges, Michigan St.16.7 
 8. Mason, Minnesota15.5 
 9. Walton, Michigan15.2 
 10. McIntosh, Northwes.14.4 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 12.6
 1. Swanigan, Purdue12.6 
 2. Thompson, Ohio St.9.2 
 3. Happ, Wisconsin9.1 
 4. Murphy, Minnesota8.8 
 5. Bridges, Michigan St.8.3 
 6. Watkins, Penn St.8.1 
 7. Pardon, Northwes.8.0 
 8. Freeman, Rutgers7.8 
 9. Morrow, Nebraska7.5 
 10. Bryant, Indiana6.6 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 5.2
 1. McIntosh, Northwes.5.2 
 2. Winston, Michigan St.5.1 
 3. Mason, Minnesota5.0 
 4. Bohannon, Iowa4.7 
 5. Walton, Michigan4.7 
 6. Lyle, Ohio St.4.6 
 7. Carr, Penn St.4.2 
 8. Webster, Nebraska4.0 
 9. Trimble, Maryland3.7 
 10. Cowan, Maryland3.7 
Steals Per Game
  Penn St.
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Reaves, Penn St.2.1 
 2. Happ, Wisconsin1.8 
 3. Watson-Jr, Nebra.1.6 
 4. Showalter, Wisconsin1.5 
 5. Webster, Nebraska1.4 
 6. Baer, Iowa1.4 
 7. Anunoby, Indiana1.3 
 8. Mason, Minnesota1.3 
 9. Sanders, Rutgers1.3 
 10. Cowan, Maryland1.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Reggie LYNCH
  Avg: 3.5
 1. Lynch, Minnesota3.5 
 2. Watkins, Penn St.2.7 
 3. Dodd, Maryland2.0 
 4. Pardon, Northwes.1.9 
 5. Bryant, Indiana1.6 
 6. Bridges, Michigan St.1.6 
 7. Ward, Michigan St.1.6 
 8. Thompson, Ohio St.1.5 
 9. Wilson, Michigan1.4 
 10. Skelly, Northwes.1.3 

Michigan Wins Big Ten Tournament, 71-56 (Photo: B10)

University of Michigan 2016-17
John Beilein John Beilein Beilein
Moritz Wagner
Zak Irvin
Derrick Walton
D.J. Wilson
Muhammad Ali Abdur-Rahkman
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
13  Wagner Moritz 208 (6'10'') F 97 Germany
21  Irvin Zak 198 (6'6'') G/F 94 USA
10  Walton Derrick 185 (6'1'') G 95 USA
5  Wilson D.J. 208 (6'10'') F 96 USA
12  Abdur-Rahkman Muhammad Ali 193 (6'4'') G 94 USA
22  Robinson Duncan 203 (6'8'') G/F 94 USA
34  Donnal Mark 206 (6'9'') F 95 USA
20  Lonergan Sean 196 (6'5'') F 95 USA
11  Dakich Andrew 188 (6'2'') G 94 USA
1  Matthews Charles 196 (6'5'') G 96 USA
3  Simpson Xavier 183 (6'0'') G 97 USA
0  Hibbitts Brent 203 (6'8'') F 96 USA
51  Davis Austin 208 (6'10'') F 98 USA
15  Teske Jon 213 (7'0'') C 97 USA
23  Watson Ibi 196 (6'5'') G/F 98 USA
14  Wright-Jones Fred 180 (5'11'') PG 0 USA
Head Coach: John Beilein
Coach Assistant: Jeff Meyer
Coach Assistant: Billy Donlon
Coach Assistant: Saddi Washington

Michigan Wins Big Ten Tournament, 71-56 - Mar 13, 2017

Wolverines earn Big Ten's automatic qualifier to the NCAA Tournament
Michigan completed a magical run to its first Big Ten Tournament title, using a swarming defense and accurate shooting to beat No. 24 Wisconsin 71-56 on Sunday for its fourth victory in four days.
The eighth-seeded Wolverines (24-11) began their journey with a scary skid off the airport runway in Michigan and ended it by overwhelming the second-seeded Badgers, who had won three straight - including the regular season finale against Minnesota - by a total of 55 points.
Between the aborted flight and their final unexpected victory, the Wolverines beat Illinois, eliminated top-seed Purdue and sent home No. 4 seed Minnesota.
And so, the first Big Ten Tournament in the nation's capital ended with a surprise champion cutting down the nets at Verizon Center. Michigan won the title in 1998 but had it vacated due to NCAA sanctions.
Derrick Walton (6'1''-G-95) scored 22 points, D.J. Wilson (6'10''-F-96) added 17 and Zak Irvin (6'6''-G/F-94) had 15 for Michigan, which had lost 17 of its previous 20 games against Wisconsin. The Wolverines shot 56 percent and were 10 for 23 from beyond the arc.
Bronson Koenig (6'4''-G) scored 15 points, and Nigel Hayes (6'8''-F-94) and Ethan Happ (6'9''-F-96) had 14 apiece for Wisconsin (25-9), which shot 39 percent from the field and scored only 24 points after halftime.
Michigan Men's Basketball The Wolverines took control at the outset of the second half, holding Wisconsin without a field goal for the 8 minutes to turn a 33-32 halftime lead into a 44-34 advantage. Wisconsin went 0 for 8 from the field and committed four turnovers during the pivotal span.
After the Badgers threatened to make a game of it, Michigan had an answer.
It was 51-45 before Irvin and Duncan Robinson (6'8''-G/F-94) sandwiched 3-pointers around a basket by Hayes for a 10-point cushion with 3:51 left.
Not long after that, the thousands of Michigan fans in the large crowd began the countdown to the final buzzer.
Five players scored Michigan's first five baskets, and the Wolverines went 8 for 12 from the field in taking a 19-13 lead.
After Wisconsin closed to 21-20, Walton drilled three successive 3-pointers to increase the margin to double digits.
The Wolverines then went scoreless for nearly 4 minutes, and Wisconsin closed the half with a 12-3 run.

Michigan: The Wolverines enjoyed a memorable run in the tournament on the heels of a somewhat disappointing regular season in which they went 10-8 in the league, including losses to Illinois and Ohio State.
Wisconsin: The Badgers thought they had recovered from a run of five losses in six games, but this dud of a performance might change that perspective and force them to make adjustments before heading into the NCAA Tournament.

The first Big Ten Tournament in the nation's capital ended with a large crowd cheering for two teams with absolutely no local ties except for alumni in the transient Washington area.
Even if total attendance this week wasn't overwhelming, the shift to the East Coast validated the Big Ten's desire to branch out from the Midwest.
Next year, the tournament will be held in New York at Madison Square Garden.

Michigan: The rigors of the NCAA Tournament should be a breeze for Wolverines after they showed their mettle by playing - and winning - four games in four days.
Wisconsin: The Badgers make their 19th consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

Courtesy of BigTen

Big Ten Tournament Final: Michigan - Wisconsin
Big Ten Tournament Semifinals:
Wisconsin - Northwestern 76-48
Michigan - Minnesota 84-77

All-Big Ten Awards 2017 - Mar 13, 2017

All-Big Ten 1st Team 2017
Peter Jok
Melo Trimble
Nate Mason
Caleb Swanigan
Ethan Happ

All-Tournament MVP: Derrick Walton (6'1''-G-95) of Michigan
Player of the Year: Caleb Swanigan (6'9''-F-97) of Purdue
Defensive Player of the Year: Reggie Lynch (6'9''-C-94) of Minnesota
Freshman of the Year: Miles Bridges (6'7''-F-98) of Michigan St.
Sixth Man of the Year: Nicholas Baer (6'7''-F-96) of Iowa
Coach of the Year: Richard Pitino of Minnesota

1st Team
G: Peter Jok (6'6''-G-94) of Iowa
G: Melo Trimble (6'3''-G-95) of Maryland
PG: Nate Mason (6'1''-PG-95) of Minnesota
F: Caleb Swanigan (6'9''-F-97) of Purdue
F: Ethan Happ (6'9''-F-96) of Wisconsin

2nd Team
G: Malcolm Hill (6'6''-G-95) of Illinois
G: Derrick Walton (6'1''-G-95) of Michigan
F: Miles Bridges (6'7''-F-98) of Michigan St.
G: Bryant McIntosh (6'3''-G) of Northwestern
G: Bronson Koenig (6'4''-G) of Wisconsin

3rd Team
F: Thomas Bryant (6'10''-F-97) of Indiana
F: Jordan Murphy (6'6''-F-97) of Minnesota
G: Tai Jack Webster (6'4''-G-95) of Nebraska
G/F: Scott Lindsey (6'5''-G/F-96) of Northwestern
F: Nigel Hayes (6'8''-F-94) of Wisconsin

Honorable Mention
James Blackmon (6'4''-G-95) of Indiana
Moritz Wagner (6'10''-F-97) of Michigan
Nick Ward (6'8''-PF) of Michigan St.
Jae'Sean Tate (6'4''-F) of Ohio St.
Vincent Edwards (6'8''-F-96) of Purdue
Isaac Haas (7'2''-C-95) of Purdue
Dakota Mathias (6'4''-G-95) of Purdue
Corey Sanders (6'2''-G) of Rutgers

All-Defensive Team
C: Reggie Lynch (6'9''-C-94) of Minnesota
SF: Victor Law (6'6''-SF) of Northwestern
G: Dakota Mathias (6'4''-G-95) of Purdue
F: Ethan Happ (6'9''-F-96) of Wisconsin
G: Zak Showalter (6'2''-G) of Wisconsin

All-Tournament Team
G: Derrick Walton (6'1''-G-95) of Michigan
G: Bronson Koenig (6'4''-G) of Wisconsin
F: Nigel Hayes (6'8''-F-94) of Wisconsin
F: Ethan Happ (6'9''-F-96) of Wisconsin
G/F: Zak Irvin (6'6''-G/F-94) of Michigan

All-Freshman Team
G: Jordan Bohannon (6'0''-G-97) of Iowa
C: Tyler Cook (6'9''-C-97) of Iowa
F: Miles Bridges (6'7''-F-98) of Michigan St.
G: Amir Coffey (6'8''-G) of Minnesota
G: Tony Carr (6'3''-G-97) of Penn St.

All-Sportsmanship Team
G: Malcolm Hill (6'6''-G-95) of Illinois
F: Collin Hartman (6'7''-F-94) of Indiana
F: Nicholas Baer (6'7''-F-96) of Iowa
F: Damonte Dodd (6'11''-F) of Maryland
G/F: Zak Irvin (6'6''-G/F-94) of Michigan
G: Eron Harris (6'3''-G-93) of Michigan St.
C: Bakary Konate (6'11''-C-93) of Minnesota
C: Jordy Tshimanga (6'11''-C) of Nebraska
G/F: Sanjay Lumpkin (6'6''-G/F) of Northwestern
PG: C.J. Jackson (6'1''-PG) of Ohio St.
F: Payton Banks (6'6''-F-94) of Penn St.
G: Jon McKeeman (6'1''-G-93) of Purdue
G: Mike Williams (6'2''-G) of Rutgers
F: Vitto Brown (6'8''-F) of Wisconsin


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