After historic Big Ten regular-season title win, the Wildcats turn toward the postseason hungry for more
For the first time in 30 years, Northwestern clinched a share of the Big Ten regular-season title. The Wildcats now turn toward the Big Ten Tournament, which begins March 7 in Indianapolis, and then the NCAA Tournament, which starts on March 20. Follow along with all The Daily's women's basketball content here.
Amid the postgame celebrations after NU's win over Illinois, Abbie Wolf's high-school coach had one question: Where had that post game come from? NU is a Big Ten champion for a multitude of reasons, and Wolf is a major, if oft-overlooked, one.
Northwestern is in the market for several top recruits who could change the trajectory of the program. The Daily spoke with some four and five-star prospects with growing interest in playing for the Wildcats.
Behind 21 points and nine rebounds from senior center Abbie Wolf and a defensive effort that forced 14 turnovers, the Wildcats cruised to a 75-58 win over in-state rival Illinois to give NU its first Big Ten title since the 1989-90 season.
Northwestern clinched a share of its first Big Ten title since the 1989-90 season with a 75-58 win over Illinois on Saturday. From streamers and net-cutting to a court storming, the Wildcats and the 4,016 fans who packed into Welsh-Ryan Arena knew how to celebrate.