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B10 Ranking
 1 Maryland 15-3(28-4) 
 2 Iowa 14-4(26-6) 
 3 Rutgers 13-5(22-9) 
 4 Michigan 11-7(21-11) 
 5 Ohio St. 10-8(14-14) 
 6 Minnesota 9-9(20-10) 
 7 Michigan St. 9-9(20-11) 
 8 Northwestern 9-9(16-14) 
 9 Nebraska 9-9(14-16) 
 10 Indiana 8-10(20-12) 
 11 Purdue 8-10(19-15) 
 12 Penn St. 5-13(12-18) 
 13 Wisconsin 4-14(15-18) 
 14 Illinois 2-16(10-20) 

B10 Men 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
  Avg: 27.8
 1. Gustafson, Iowa27.8 
 2. Page, Penn St.19.2 
 3. Bell, Minnesota18.8 
 4. Charles, Maryland16.9 
 5. Pulliam, Northwestern16.2 
 6. Patberg, Indiana16.0 
 7. Pitts, Minnesota16.0 
 8. McLaughlin, Purdue15.0 
 9. Wittinger, Illinois14.7 
 10. Howard, Wisconsin14.7 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 13.2
 1. Gustafson, Iowa13.2 
 2. Bello, Minnesota12.2 
 3. Kunaiyi-A., Northwes.10.9 
 4. Austin, Maryland9.5 
 5. Harris, Purdue9.4 
 6. Howard, Wisconsin9.0 
 7. Juhasz, Ohio St.8.9 
 8. Wittinger, Illinois8.0 
 9. Farquhar, Purdue7.7 
 10. Lewis, Wisconsin7.6 
Assists Per Game
 Kathleen DOYLE
  Avg: 6
 1. Doyle, Iowa6.0 
 2. Cryor, Rutgers5.6 
 3. Lewis, Maryland5.3 
 4. Grande, Ohio St.5.0 
 5. Beasley, Illinois4.9 
 6. Patberg, Indiana4.8 
 7. Davishear, Iowa4.6 
 8. Meyer, Iowa4.5 
 9. Dilk, Michigan4.4 
 10. Whitish, Nebraska4.3 
Steals Per Game
 Ciani CRYOR
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Cryor, Rutgers2.6 
 2. Burton, Northwes.2.4 
 3. Doyle, Iowa2.2 
 4. Bell, Minnesota2.0 
 5. McCutcheon, Michigan.2.0 
 6. Eliely, Nebraska1.9 
 7. Kunaiyi-A., Northwes.1.8 
 8. Howard, Wisconsin1.7 
 9. Carey, Rutgers1.7 
 10. Oden, Purdue1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Ae'Rianna HARRIS
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Harris, Purdue3.1 
 2. Austin, Maryland2.6 
 3. Cain, Nebraska2.5 
 4. Wittinger, Illinois2.4 
 5. Gustafson, Iowa1.9 
 6. Bello, Minnesota1.6 
 7. Kunaiyi-A., Northwes.1.5 
 8. Waterman, Ohio St.1.5 
 9. Carey, Rutgers1.4 
 10. Laszewski, Wisconsin1.4 

University of Iowa wins the USA B10 2018-2019 title

University of Iowa 2018-19
Lisa Bluder Lisa Bluder Bluder
Makenzie Meyer
Alexis Sevillian
Tania Davishear
Megan Gustafson
Hannah Stewart
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
3  Meyer Makenzie 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
5  Sevillian Alexis 165 (5'5'') G 0 USA
11  Davishear Tania 160 (5'3'') G 0 USA
10  Gustafson Megan 190 (6'3'') F 0 USA
21  Stewart Hannah 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
22  Doyle Kathleen 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
31  Valino Ramos Paula 191 (6'3'') F/C 99 Spain
1  Taiwo Tomi 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
20  Martin Kate 183 (6'0'') G 0 USA
23  Cook Logan 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
25  Czinano Monika 190 (6'3'') F/C 0 USA
24  Sanders Zion 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
43  Ollinger Amanda 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
Head Coach: Lisa Bluder
Coach Assistant: Jenni Fitzgerald
Coach Assistant: Raina Harmon

Iowa Wins Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournment Title - Mar 11, 2019

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Megan Gustafson (6'3''-F) scored 26 points in the first half and finished with 45 on Sunday to lead No. 10 Iowa past No. 8 Maryland 90-76 for its first Big Ten Tournament title since 2001.
It's the longest gap between conference crowns since the tourney became an annual event in 1995. The Hawkeyes (26-6) also claimed the league's automatic NCAA Tournament bid with a victory over the Big Ten's regular-season champion.
Gustafson's point total was the second-most in tourney history, trailing only her 48-point performance in a quarterfinal loss to Minnesota last year.
Kaila Charles (6'1''-G) scored a career-high 36 points and grabbed nine rebounds for the Terrapins (28-4), who lost for just the second time in 14 games - both to Iowa and this time largely because of Gustafson's incredible start.
The two-time conference player of the year, who was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player, went 10 of 14 from the field and drew seven fouls in the first half. As a result, Iowa never trailed after taking a 17-7 lead.
Instead, the Hawkeyes extended the margin to 33-19 early in the second quarter, still led 51-43 at the half and only had to fend off one serious charge in the second half, when they missed seven straight shots to open the third quarter.
Maryland took advantage of the drought by scoring eight straight to tie the score at 53.
But Gustafson broke the tie, and then scored eight points during a 12-4 quarter-closing run that gave Iowa a 69-60 lead.
Tania Davis (5'4''-PG) made a 3-pointer to start the fourth quarter and Maryland never got within single digits again.

Iowa: The Hawkeyes have won five straight and 10 of 11. And while Gustafson's dominance inside this weekend should be a major concern for whomever Iowa plays in the NCAA Tournament, the Hawkeyes also demonstrated they can use her presence to free up teammates. It could be a wicked postseason combination.
Maryland: For the second straight year, the Terrapins left Indy empty-handed, but they still could be a handful in the NCAA tourney. They showed toughness to battle back and tie the game after Gustafson's scorching start.

Iowa: Gustafson also had 10 rebounds to extend her own conference record for career double-doubles to 85 and her single-season school record to 31. She finished 17 of 24 from the field and 11 of 14 at the free-throw line. ... Davis added 14 points while Kathleen Doyle had 13. ... Makenzie Meyer (5'9''-G) and Alexis Sevillian (5'5''-G) each had five assists.
Maryland: Owens fouled out late in the third quarter. Jones and Austin both fouled out in the fourth. ... Blair Watson scored eight points and was the only Terps player other than Charles with more than two baskets. ... Maryland's only losses in Big Ten tourney play have come in the last two title games.

The Hawkeyes had two injury scares.
First, Stewart left briefly in the first half when Austin rolled into her legs in front of the Iowa bench. She walked to the end of the court, where she composed herself before returning to the game.
Two minutes later, Davis stayed down after appearing to get hit in the face as Charles was driving to the basket. Davis also returned and finished the game.

Iowa: Must wait until next week to find out its NCAA Tournament destination.
Maryland: Will spend the next week fixing what went wrong before focusing on the NCAA Tournament.

Big Ten Tournament Final: Iowa - Maryland 90-76
Big Ten Tournament Semifinals:
Iowa - Rutgers 72-67
Maryland - Michigan 73-72

Courtesy of

All-Big Ten Awards 2019 - Mar 13, 2019

All-Big Ten 1st Team 2019
Kathleen Doyle
Megan Gustafson
Kaila Charles
Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker
Hallie Thome

All-Tournament MVP: Kaila Charles (6'1''-G) of Maryland
Player of the Year: Megan Gustafson (6'3''-F) of Iowa
Defensive Player of the Year: Ae'Rianna Harris (6'1''-F-98) of Purdue
Freshman of the Year: Taylor Mikesell (5'11''-G-99) of Maryland
Sixth Player of the Year: Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker (6'2''-F-00) of Michigan
Coach of the Year: Brenda Frese of Maryland

1st Team
G: Kathleen Doyle (5'9''-G) of Iowa
F: Megan Gustafson (6'3''-F) of Iowa
G: Kaila Charles (6'1''-G) of Maryland
F: Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker (6'2''-F-00) of Michigan
C: Hallie Thome (6'5''-C-96) of Michigan
G: Shaylisha Colley (5'8''-G-96) of Michigan St.
G: Kenisha Bell (5'9''-G) of Minnesota
G: Lindsey Pulliam (5'10''-G) of Northwestern
G: Teniya Page (5'7''-G-97) of Penn St.
G: Karissa McLaughlin (5'7''-G) of Purdue

2nd Team
F: Alex Wittinger (6'1''-F) of Illinois
G: Ali Patberg (5'11''-G) of Indiana
G: Jaelynn Penn (5'10''-G) of Indiana
G: Taylor Mikesell (5'11''-G-99) of Maryland
C: Jenna Allen (6'3''-C-97) of Michigan St.
G/F: Destiny Pitts (5'10''-G/F) of Minnesota
F: Pallas Kunaiyi-Akpanah (6'2''-F) of Northwestern
F: Dorka Juhasz (6'4''-F-99) of Ohio St.
F: Ae'Rianna Harris (6'1''-F-98) of Purdue
F: Stasha Carey (6'2''-F-95) of Rutgers

Honorable Mention
Tania Davis (5'4''-PG) of Iowa
Stephanie Jones (6'2''-F) of Maryland
Nicole Munger (5'11''-G-97) of Michigan
Nia Clouden (5'7''-G) of Michigan St.
Taiye Bello (6'2''-F) of Minnesota
Hannah Whitish (5'9''-G) of Nebraska
Carmen Grande (5'8''-G-97) of Ohio St.
Dominique Oden (5'8''-G-98) of Purdue
Arella Guirantes (5'11''-G) of Rutgers
Marsha Howard (6'0''-F) of Wisconsin

All-Defensive Team
F: Alex Wittinger (6'1''-F) of Illinois
F: Megan Gustafson (6'3''-F) of Iowa
F: Shakira Austin (6'5''-F) of Maryland
G: Kenisha Bell (5'9''-G) of Minnesota
F: Ae'Rianna Harris (6'1''-F-98) of Purdue

All-Freshman Team
F: Shakira Austin (6'5''-F) of Maryland
G: Taylor Mikesell (5'11''-G-99) of Maryland
F: Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker (6'2''-F-00) of Michigan
G: Nia Clouden (5'7''-G) of Michigan St.
F: Dorka Juhasz (6'4''-F-99) of Ohio St.

All-Sportsmanship Team
F: Ali Andrews (6'2''-F) of Illinois
F: Brenna Wise (6'0''-F) of Indiana
F: Hannah Stewart (188-F) of S.Adelaide P.
G: Sarah Myers (6'0''-G) of Maryland
G: Nicole Munger (5'11''-G-97) of Michigan
C: Jenna Allen (6'3''-C-97) of Michigan St.
G: Jasmine Brunson (5'8''-G) of Minnesota
F: Maddie Simon (6'2''-F-97) of Nebraska
F: Bryana Hopkins (6'2''-F) of Northwestern
G: Adreana Miller (5'11''-G) of Ohio St.
G: Siyeh Frazier (5'9''-G) of Penn St.
G: Karissa McLaughlin (5'7''-G) of Purdue
F: Stasha Carey (6'2''-F-95) of Rutgers
G: Kendra Van Leeuwen (5'10''-G-98) of Wisconsin


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