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B10: Season 2012-2013

B10 Ranking
 1. Penn St. (9) 14-2(24-4) 
 2. Nebraska 12-4(22-7) 
 3. Michigan St. 10-6(22-7) 
 4. Purdue (18) 10-6(21-8) 
 5. Michigan 9-7(21-9) 
 6. Illinois 9-7(16-13) 
 7. Iowa 8-8(20-11) 
 8. Minnesota 7-9(18-13) 
 9. Ohio St. (22) 7-9(18-12) 
 10. Northwestern 5-11(13-17) 
 11. Wisconsin 3-13(12-18) 
 12. Indiana 2-14(11-19) 

Purdue University wins the B10 2012-2013 title (Photo: Big10)

B10 Men 2012-2013
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Purdue University 2012-13
Sharon Versyp Sharon Versyp Versyp
Drey Mingo
KK Houser
Sam Ostarello
Courtney Moses
April Wilson
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
24  Mingo Drey 188 (6'2'') F USA
22  Houser KK 168 (5'6'') G 91 USA
32  Ostarello Sam 188 (6'2'') G/F 91 USA
15  Moses Courtney 168 (5'6'') G 92 USA
25  Wilson April 170 (5'7'') G 94 USA
20  Williams Dee Dee 182 (6'0'') G USA
52  Bays Whitney 188 (6'2'') F USA
42  Redmon Camille 193 (6'4'') F/C USA
4  Thornton Torrie 152 (5'0'') G USA
10  Hamby Hayden 170 (5'7'') G USA
50  Manuel Taylor 188 (6'2'') F USA
21  Massey Joslyn 183 (6'0'') F USA
43  Poston Chantel 178 (5'10'') G USA
23  Clemons Liza 188 (6'2'') F USA
Head Coach: Sharon Versyp
Coach Assistant: Nadine Morgan
Coach Assistant: Christy Smith
Coach Assistant: Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton

Purdue Wins Big Ten Tournament Championship - Mar 11, 2013

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. (AP) - Drey Mingo scored 24 points, and Purdue won its second straight Big Ten tournament championship, beating Michigan State 62-47 on Sunday.

The Boilermakers (24-8) led by as much as 23 in the first half and were up 19 at the break before things got tense down the stretch. The Spartans (24-8) pulled within nine, but back-to-back 3-pointers by
Courtney Moses (5'6''-G-92) and a key turnover helped preserve the win for Purdue, giving the Boilermakers a league-best nine tournament titles.
Mingo set the tone in the first half, scoring 14 points, and finished with eight rebounds and three blocks in the game.

Moses scored 16, and the Boilermakers shot just under 49 percent.

Jasmine Thomas (5'7''-G-91) led Michigan State with 15 points and seven rebounds. Kiana Johnson (5'7''-G-93) scored 11, but the Spartans shot just under 33 percent after surprising No. 8 Penn State on Saturday. Becca Mills (6'4''-F-92) made things interesting when she hit two free throws to make it 46-37 with 5:53 left in the game, but Moses answered with a 3 and buried another one after Mills turned the ball over to make it a 15-point game.

The way Purdue dominated in the early going, it was hard to believe these teams actually split their first two meetings. The Boilermakers led by as much as 23 in the half and took a 33-14 lead to the locker room, with Mingo leading the way.

The 6-foot-2 forward created all kinds of havoc in inside with her quickness, and her teammates did a good job finding her cutting toward the rim. She had 10 points in about the first five minutes, and the Boilermakers hit their first eight shots before
KK Houser (5'6''-G-91) missed a layup with about 11:40 left.

She also missed a 3 after Mingo scored on a layup but made up for it by nailing a rainbow shot from beyond the arc along the right wing, making it 25-22 with about 9:30 left in the half.

Michigan State, meanwhile, couldn't find any rhythm on offense and kept missing easy shots. The Spartans hit just 7 of 32 shots, missed all five 3-pointers and went about 7 1/2 minutes without scoring before Thomas hit a layup with 1:42 left. Johnson added a jumper for Michigan State with 18 seconds left to make it a 19-point game.

Courtesy of Big10

Big Ten Tournament Final: Purdue - Michigan State 62-47
Big Ten Tournament Semifinals:
Purdue - Nebraska 77-64
Michigan State - Penn State 54-46

All-Big Ten 1st Team 2012-2013
Drey Mingo
Rachel Banham
Jordan Hooper
Tayler Hill
Alex Bentley

All-Tournament MVP: Drey Mingo (6'2''-F) of Purdue
Player of the Year: Maggie Lucas (5'9''-G-91) of Penn St.
Defensive Player of the Year: Adrienne Godbold (5'11''-G-91) of Illinois
Freshman of the Year: Maggie Lyon (6'1''-F) of Northwestern
Sixth Man of the Year: Melissa Dixon (5'8''-G) of Iowa
Coach of the Year: Connie Yori of Nebraska

1st Team
G: Rachel Banham (5'9''-93) of Minnesota
F: Jordan Hooper (6'2''-92) of Nebraska
G: Tayler Hill (5'10''-90) of Ohio St.
G: Alex Bentley (5'7''-90) of Penn St.
G: Maggie Lucas (5'9''-91) of Penn St.

2nd Team
G: Adrienne Godbold (5'11''-91) of Illinois
F: Karisma Penn (6'2''-91) of Illinois
C: Morgan Johnson (6'5''-90) of Iowa
G: Kate Thompson (6'4''-90) of Michigan
G: Lindsey Moore (5'9''-91) of Nebraska

3rd Team
G: Jenny Ryan (5'9''-90) of Michigan
G: Klarissa Bell (5'11''-92) of Michigan St.
F: Kendall Hackney (6'2'') of Northwestern
F/C: Nikki Greene (6'4''-90) of Penn St.
G: Courtney Moses (5'6''-92) of Purdue
F: Drey Mingo (6'2'') of Purdue
G: Morgan Paige (5'9'') of Wisconsin

Honorable Mention
Samantha Logic (5'9''-G-92) of Iowa
Jaime Printy (5'11''-G-90) of Iowa
Rachel Sheffer (6'1''-F/C-91) of Michigan
Micaella Riche (6'2''-F-92) of Minnesota
Dannielle Diamant (6'5''-F/C) of Northwestern
KK Houser (5'6''-G-91) of Purdue
Sam Ostarello (6'2''-G/F-91) of Purdue
Jacki Gulczynski (6'1''-G/F) of Wisconsin

All-Defensive Team
Adrienne Godbold (5'11''-G-91) of Illinois
Amber Stokes (5'10''-G-90) of Ohio St.
Tayler Hill (5'10''-G-90) of Ohio St.
Alex Bentley (5'7''-G-90) of Penn St.
Dara Taylor (5'8''-G) of Penn St.

All-Tournament Team
Jasmine Thomas (5'7''-G-91) of Michigan St.
Lindsey Moore (5'9''-G-91) of Nebraska
Maggie Lucas (5'9''-G-91) of Penn St.
KK Houser (5'6''-G-91) of Purdue
Drey Mingo (6'2''-F) of Purdue
Courtney Moses (5'6''-G-92) of Purdue

All-Freshman Team
Shayne Mullaney (5'10''-G) of Minnesota
Rachel Theriot (6'0''-G) of Nebraska
Maggie Lyon (6'1''-F) of Northwestern
Ameryst Alston (5'9''-G) of Ohio St.
Taylor Manuel (6'2''-F) of Purdue

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