BKW checkin-bigten-SUN0210

ON THIS POST:

  • Big Ten women’s report

    -- Standings

    -- Notable numbers

    -- Maryland-Rutgers matchup

    -- Conference scoring leaders

    -- Individual leaders

    -- Charting team leaders: Scoring

    rebounds, assists, steals,

    shooting percentages


CONFERENCE CHECK-IN: BIG TEN WOMEN

6, 3, 3

Current winning streaks

for Maryland, Michigan

and Minnesota

9

Current losing streak

for last-place Illinois

BIG TEN WOMEN STANDINGS
TEAM CON PCT ALL PCT HM
Maryland 10-2 .833 21-2 .913 11-1
Rutgers 9-2 .818 17-5 .773 11-0
Iowa 9-3 .750 18-5 .783 12-0
Purdue 7-5 .583 16-9 .640 12-2
N'western 7-5 .583 14-9 .609 8-4
Mich. St. 6-5 .545 16-6 .727 12-0
Indiana 6-6 .500 17-7 .708 9-3
Michigan 6-6 .500 15-9 .625 10-1
Ohio St. 6-6 .500 10-11 .476 8-3
Minnesota 5-7 .417 16-7 .696 11-4
Nebraska 5-7 .417 10-13 .435 6-5
Penn St. 3-8 .273 10-12 .455 8-7
Wisconsin 2-9 .182 11-12 .478 8-5
Illinois 1-11 .083 9-14 .391 7-7

BIG TEN WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT

March 6-10, Indianapolis


1 vs. 2

First-place Maryland,

ranked 10th in AP poll, is

at #20 Rutgers on Sunday

73-65

Rutgers won 1st meeting

on Dec. 31 at Maryland

MARYLAND AT RUTGERS
HOW THE TEAMS MATCH UP
MD RUT
RK NO STAT NO RK
32 76.3 Scoring offense 64.5 184
56 58.4 Scoring defense 55.8 20
13 17.8 Scoring margin 8.7 70
14 47.1 FG percentage 42.6 72
24 35.6 FG pct. defense 34.6 11
134 70.3 Free throw pct. 72.6 73
9 10.7 Rebound margin 5.0 58
174 6.0 3-pt FG pct. 5.2 236
15 37.6 3-pt FG pct. def 31.3 170
44 1.13 Assist/turnover 0.88 132
201 -0.39 Turnover margin 1.2 132

7.3

Scoring margin between

top 2 players in conference

BIG TEN SCORING LEADERS
NO PLAYER SCHOOL G
27.2 Megan Gustafson Iowa 23
19.9 Teniya Page Penn St. 22
18.7 Kenisha Bell Minn. 23
16.7 Lindsey Pulliam N'western 23
16.0 Kaila Charles Maryland 23
15.7 Karissa McLaughlin Purdue 25
15.5 Dominique Oden Purdue 25
15.4 Ali Patberg Indiana 24
14.6 Alex Wittinger Illinois 23
14.4 Taylor Mikesell Maryland 23

4

Players averaging more than

10 rebounds per games

  • 13.0: Taiye Bello, MIN

  • 12.7: Megan Gustafson, Iowa

  • 11.4: Pallas Kunaiyi-Akpanah, NU

  • 10.3: Sakira Austin, MD

119

Assists by Indiana’s Ali Patberg,

(5.0 per game), 4 more than Channise Lewis of Maryland

92.7

Conference-leading free throw

percentage of Indiana’s

Brenna Wise (89 of 96)

163

Total free throws attempted

by Teniya Page of Penn St.

(made 129, 79.1 pct)

77

Blocks by Ae’Rianna Harris

of Purdue in 25 games (3.1)

47

Steals by Kenisha Bell

of Minnesota in 23 games


Big Ten top 3, bottom 2 in scoring


Top 3, bottom 2 scoring defense


Top 3, bottom 2 rebound avg.


Top 3, bottom 2 assist average


Top 3, bottom 2 in FG pct


Top, bottom teams 3-pt pct


Top 3, bottom 2 free throw pct


Top, bottom teams in steals


Source: ncaa.org; bigten.org