Maryland coach Brenda Frese says the Big Ten is the deepest she has seen it since the Terps joined the league seven seasons ago.
- With coach sidelined, Kentucky rallies to beat IU
- South Carolina remains No. 1; top 10 unchanged
- Bea Gorton, IU's first women's hoops coach, dies
- A-10 top player Cardaño-Hillary going to Indiana
What do we make of Tennessee's start? Which under-the-radar players have our attention (hello, Caitlin Clark)? Which game most impacts Bracketology?
No. 11 Kentucky rallied from 10 points down in the fourth quarter to beat No. 13 Indiana 72-68.
How does South Carolina's stumble impact Bracketology and the rankings? We preview the weekend's biggest games, including Louisville-DePaul.
South Carolina remained at No. 1 in the AP Top 25 women's basketball poll as the top 10 stayed the same as in the preseason poll.
The at-large pool has grown to 33 with the Ivy League opting out. And if the NCAA tourney is held at one site, geographical placement is eliminated.
Northwestern looks to continue to build on its historic run last season, while Maryland looks to remain the standard-bearer in the Big Ten.
Most league schedules aren't set, nonconference games aren't locked in, and plenty of questions remain six weeks before the start of the season.
Bea Gorton, who had a 79-28 coaching record over the Hoosiers' first four seasons of women's basketball, has died at the age of 73.
Former Atlantic-10 Player of the Year Nicole Cardaño-Hillary will transfer from George Mason to Indiana for her final season.
While we still reluctantly say goodbye to 2019-20 and wonder what might have been, we also can't wait to look ahead at what's to come next season.
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
Scott Dolson, who has spent the past 11 years as the department's deputy director and chief operating officer, will replace Fred Glass.
Freshman Diamond Miller scored 15 points and classmate Ashley Owusu added 14 to help No. 6 Maryland beat 20th-ranked Indiana 66-51 on Saturday night in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals.
Ali Patberg scored 28 points and grabbed nine rebounds as No. 20 Indiana advanced to its first Big Ten tournament semifinal since 2006 with a 78-60 victory over Rutgers on Friday.
Injury and illness stalled Ali Patberg for years. But the Indiana guard never stopped believing in herself. Vermont senior Josh Speidel wouldn't let her.
Ali Patberg scored 21 points -- 16 in the second half- and led No. 22 Indiana to a 78-60 victory over Michigan on Sunday in a regular-season finale.
Ali Patberg had 26 points, five rebounds and four assists to help No. 22 Indiana beat Nebraska 81-53 on Thursday night.
Ali Patberg had a season-high 29 points, Grace Berger scored 14 of her 18 points in the second half, and No. 24 Indiana beat Minnesota 75-69 on Saturday.
Madison Greene scored 14 of her 22 points in the fourth quarter and Ohio State rallied to beat No. 20 Indiana 80-76 on Sunday.
Ali Patberg had 17 points and nine assists on Thursday night, and No. 20 Indiana pulled away late to beat Illinois 59-54.
Grace Berger turned a turnover into a layup with 30 seconds left and Jaelynn Penn turned another into a pair of free throws with 17 seconds left to play and No. 18 Indiana held on to defeat Nebraska 57-53 on Sunday.
Kaila Charles scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, Ashley Owusu scored 15 of her 19 points in the second half and No. 13 Maryland used a dominate third quarter to defeat No. 18 Indiana 79-69 on Thursday night.
Ali Patberg had 17 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, and No. 18 Indiana beat Purdue 66-54 on Monday night for the Barn Burner Trophy.