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Big Ten Conference Men Basketball

  2010-2011    Other Seasons    2012-2013  

B10: Season 2011-2012

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

Points Per Game
 John SHURNA
  Northwes.
  (205-F-90)
  Avg: 19.8
 1. Shurna, Northwes.19.8 
 2. Frazier, Penn St.18.8 
 3. Sullinger, Ohio St.17.6 
 4. Hummel, Purdue16.3 
 5. Green, Michigan.16.1 
 6. Crawford, Northwes.16.1 
 7. Gatens, Iowa15.7 
 8. Zeller, Indiana15.5 
 9. Thomas, Ohio St.15.4 
 10. Spencer, Nebraska15.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Draymond GREEN
  Michigan.
  (200-F-90)
  Avg: 10.3
 1. Green, Michigan.10.3 
 2. Sullinger, Ohio St.9.3 
 3. Leonard, Illinois8.2 
 4. Hummel, Purdue7.1 
 5. Evans, Wisconsin6.8 
 6. Zeller, Indiana6.4 
 7. Watford, Indiana5.9 
 8. Williams, Minnesota5.6 
 9. Oladipo, Indiana5.5 
 10. Morgan, Michigan5.5 
Assists Per Game
 Tim FRAZIER
  Penn St.
  (185-G-90)
  Avg: 6.2
 1. Frazier, Penn St.6.2 
 2. Craft, Ohio St.4.6 
 3. Burke, Michigan4.6 
 4. Cartwright, Iowa4.4 
 5. Jackson, Purdue4.3 
 6. Taylor, Wisconsin4.0 
 7. Appling, Michigan3.9 
 8. Devyn, Iowa3.6 
 9. Green, Michigan.3.6 
 10. Sobolewski, North.3.6 
Steals Per Game
 Aaron CRAFT
  Ohio St.
  (187-G-91)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Craft, Ohio St.2.4 
 2. Frazier, Penn St.2.4 
 3. Richardson, Nebra.1.8 
 4. Green, Michigan.1.5 
 5. Devyn, Iowa1.5 
 6. Gatens, Iowa1.5 
 7. Oladipo, Indiana1.4 
 8. Cobb, Northwestern1.4 
 9. Paul, Illinois1.4 
 10. Williams, Minneso.1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Meyers LEONARD
  Illinois
  (215-C-92)
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Leonard, Illinois1.9 
 2. Diaz, Nebraska1.9 
 3. Berggren, Wisco.1.6 
 4. Shurna, Northwes.1.6 
 5. Williams, Minnesota1.5 
 6. Sampson III, Minn.1.3 
 7. Zeller, Indiana1.2 
 8. Hummel, Purdue1.2 
 9. Payne, Michigan.1.1 
 10. Basabe, Iowa1.0 


Michigan State University wins the Big10 2011-2012 title (Photo: Big Ten)

B10 Women 2011-2012
Official Web Site

Michigan State University 2011-12
Tom Izzo Tom Izzo Izzo
Austin Thornton
Thornton
Brandon Wood
Wood
Draymond Green
Green
Derrick Nix
Nix
Keith Appling
Appling
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
13  Thornton Austin 195 (6'5'') G 88 USA
30  Wood Brandon 187 (6'2'') G 89 USA
23  Green Draymond 200 (6'7'') F 90 USA
25  Nix Derrick 205 (6'9'') C 90 USA
11  Appling Keith 185 (6'1'') G 92 USA
2  Gauna Alex 205 (6'9'') F 91 USA
5  Payne Adreian 208 (6'10'') C 91 USA
22  Dawson Branden 198 (6'6'') F 93 USA
20  Trice Travis 182 (6'0'') PG USA
44  Ianni Anthony 205 (6'9'') C 89 Greece USA
10  Roe Delvon 203 (6'8'') F 89 USA
3  Kearney Brandan 195 (6'5'') G 92 USA
14  Chapman Dan 190 (6'3'') G USA
0  Byrd Russell 200 (6'7'') G 92 USA
22  Anderson Dwaun 193 (6'4'') G USA
15  Wetzel Keenan 193 (6'4'') G USA
 Wollenman Colby USA
 Sweeny Joe USA
Head Coach: Tom Izzo
Coach Assistant: Mike Garland
Coach Assistant: Dwayne Stephens
Coach Assistant: Dane Fife


Michigan State Wins 2012 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament - Mar 12, 2012

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Brandon Wood scored a season-high 21 points to help No. 8 Michigan State defeat No. 7 Ohio State 68-64 on Sunday in the Big Ten tournament championship game.
Draymond Green, who had 12 points and nine rebounds in the final, was named the most outstanding player of the tournament. The Spartans (27-7) claimed their first tournament title since 2000 in a dramatic game that featured 16 lead changes.
Jared Sullinger scored 18 points and Deshaun Thomas and William Buford added 11 each for the Buckeyes (27-7), who were denied a third straight title.
The teams shared the regular-season title with Michigan.
Wood transferred to Michigan State after graduating from Valparaiso last year with eligibility remaining. He received a waiver from the NCAA to play immediately because he entered graduate school. He only started because starter Branden Dawson tore a left knee ligament in the regular-season finale against Ohio State.
Buford hit a game-winner with 1 second left to help the Buckeyes defeat the Spartans 72-70 on Michigan State's home court in the regular-season finale to claim a share of the title and prevent the Spartans from winning it outright.
Sullinger averaged 24 points and nine rebounds for the tournament.
Sullinger committed his second foul with 8:22 left in the first half. At that point, the Buckeyes led 18-17. Michigan State appeared to grab momentum late in the half. A putback by Green and a layup by Keith Appling late in the half gave the Spartans a 34-29 lead.
Aaron Craft scored on a putback, then Buford made a free throw after Michigan State coach Tom Izzo was issued a technical foul for disagreeing with a call, and the Spartans led 34-32 at halftime.
Sullinger immediately changed things for the Buckeyes, scoring nine points in the first 7 minutes of the second half. He made a jumper, Appling missed a layup on the other end and Thomas made a 3-pointer to put Ohio State ahead 52-45.
Wood answered with two 3-pointers to put the Spartans back ahead, highlighting a 10-0 run.
Late in the shot clock, Green found Wood under the basket. He caught the ball in midair while under the basket, and his reverse layup gave the Spartans a 62-57 lead with 7:27 to play.
Green's 3-pointer with 1:30 remaining put the Spartans up 67-62.
As good as Sullinger was throughout the tournament, his final minute was one to forget. He missed in close twice against Green, then missed the front end of a 1-and-1 with 25 seconds remaining.
Austin Thornton's free throw with 12.7 seconds left put the Spartans up 68-64 and started the celebration for Michigan State's fans.

Courtesy of Big Ten

Big Ten Tournament Final: Michigan St. - Ohio St. 68-64
Big Ten Tournament Semifinals:
Michigan - Ohio St. 55-77
Michigan St. - Wisconsin 65-52

All-Big Ten 1st Team 2011-2012
#s#
Draymond Green
Green
John Shurna
Shurna
Jared Sullinger
Sullinger
Robbie Hummel
Hummel
Jordan Taylor
Taylor
#e#5

Player of the Year: Draymond Green (6'7''-F-90) of Michigan St.
All-Tournament MVP: Draymond Green (6'7''-F-90) of Michigan St.
Defensive Player of the Year: Aaron Craft (6'2''-G-91) of Ohio St.
Freshman of the Year: Cody Zeller (6'11''-F-92) of Indiana
Sixth Man of the Year: D.J. Byrd (6'5''-G/F-90) of Purdue
Coach of the Year: Tom Izzo of Michigan St.

1st Team
F: Draymond Green (6'7''-90) of Michigan St.
F: John Shurna (6'9''-90) of Northwestern
F: Jared Sullinger (6'9''-92) of Ohio St.
F: Robbie Hummel (6'8''-89) of Purdue
PG: Jordan Taylor (6'1''-89) of Wisconsin

2nd Team
F: Cody Zeller (6'11''-92) of Indiana
G: Trey Burke (6'1''-92) of Michigan
G: William Buford (6'6''-90) of Ohio St.
F: Deshaun Thomas (6'7''-91) of Ohio St.
G: Tim Frazier (6'1''-90) of Penn St.

3rd Team
G: Brandon Paul (6'4''-91) of Illinois
G: Matt Gatens (6'5''-89) of Iowa
G: Tim Hardaway (6'0''-66) of ZCedar Valley J
G: Keith Appling (6'1''-92) of Michigan St.
G/F: Drew Crawford (6'5''-90) of Northwestern

Honorable Mention
Meyers Leonard (7'1''-C-92) of Illinois
Christian Watford (6'9''-F-91) of Indiana
Aaron Craft (6'2''-G-91) of Ohio St.
Lewis Jackson (5'9''-PG-89) of Purdue
Jared Berggren (6'10''-F/C-90) of Wisconsin
Ryan Evans (6'6''-G/F) of Wisconsin

All-Defensive Team
Victor Oladipo (6'5''-G-92) of Indiana
Draymond Green (6'7''-F-90) of Michigan St.
Aaron Craft (6'2''-G-91) of Ohio St.
Tim Frazier (6'1''-G-90) of Penn St.
Josh Gasser (6'3''-G) of Wisconsin

All-Tournament Team
Draymond Green (6'7''-F-90) of Michigan St.
Jared Sullinger (6'9''-F-92) of Ohio St.
Deshaun Thomas (6'7''-F-91) of Ohio St.
Brandon Wood (6'2''-G-89) of Michigan St.
Andre Hollins (6'1''-G-92) of Minnesota

All-Freshman Team
Cody Zeller (6'11''-F-92) of Indiana
Aaron White (6'8''-F-92) of Iowa
Trey Burke (6'1''-G-92) of Michigan
Branden Dawson (6'6''-F-93) of Michigan St.
Dave Sobolewski (6'1''-G) of Northwestern




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