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Michigan, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Nebraska are the top four seeds in the 2014 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament, the conference office announced on Sunday night. The 17th annual event will be contested from March 13-16 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
Rachel Theriot scored 19 of her 24 points in the second half Sunday, leading No. 16 Nebraska past No. 23 Iowa 72-65 for the Big Ten tournament title. It's the first time the Cornhuskers (25-6) have ever won a conference tourney crown, clinching the league's automatic NCAA tournament bid. Nebraska also posted its second straight 25-win season and is tied for the second most victories in school history. The Cornhuskers head into the postseason with plenty of momentum after winning 12 of 13.
No. 3 Nebraska rolled No. 2 Michigan State, 86-58, on Saturday night to advance to play No. 5 Iowa in the Big Ten tourney championship Sunday.
Events and Scores
Indiana @ Michigan. Crisler Center
B1G Championships - Session 2. Madison, Wis.
Michigan State vs. Nebraska. Indianapolis, Ind.
UIC @ Illinois. Champaign, Ill.
B1G Championships - Session 1. Madison, Wis.
Iowa vs. Ohio State. Indianapolis, Ind.
Illinois @ Iowa. Iowa City, Iowa
Wisconsin @ Penn State. University Park, Pa.
B1G Championships - Session 3. Madison, Wis.
Illinois @ Purdue. West Lafayette, Ind.
This (past) Week in the Big Ten we set the field for the women's basketball tourney, announced a sellout for the men's event, and crowned B1G champs in the pool and on the track.
Forty-three athletes from conference institutions competed at the Winter Games
This (past) Week in the Big Ten we saw Minnesota dominate in the pool, Ohio State honored on the tennis court and hardwood, Michigan rivals battle for the hoops lead, and Iowa divide a wrestling trophy into thirds.
This (past) Week in the Big Ten we saw midseason honors handed out in hoops, tournament tickets go on sale, and the start of a new baseball season.
This (past) Week in the Big Ten we saw upsets in hockey and hoops, celebrated Olympians and girls and women in sports, signed future football stars, and expanded once again.
The Big Ten Conference will boast at least 43 current or former student-athletes, alumni or coaches competing for gold medals at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, from Feb. 7-23.
This (past) Week in the Big Ten we saw "super" performances on Sunday, watched Penn State clinch a share of the B1G wrestling crown, and earned national recognition in both the national baseball and softball preseason polls.
This (past) Week in the Big Ten we saw upsets on the hardwood, marquee matchups on the mat, tennis teams advances to nationals, and a moving display of sportsmanship.
This (past) Week in the Big Ten, the state of Michigan reigned supreme on the hardwood, the state of Minnesota watched B1G hockey outside, and the state of Indiana battled on the track and the court.
This (past) Week in the Big Ten we saw upsets in women's basketball, a hoops coach honored, a football coach was hired, and the seasons begin for men's gymnastics and tennis.