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  1. Can Creighton Make A Big East Tourney Run?

    Can Creighton Make A Big East Tourney Run?

    Mar 4, 2021

    The uneven and unpredictable Big East women’s basketball season comes to a conclusion this week with the conference tournament set to begin on Friday. Some teams (UConn, Marquette and Butler) played an 18-game conference schedule. Another, Xavier, played just 10. Everyone else landed somewhere in between. 

  2. Ranking The Women's Big East Teams

    Ranking The Women's Big East Teams

    Jan 21, 2021

    Some Big East teams have played 10 games this season. Others have managed to get in just five. 

  3. Big East Women's Notes: Dynamic Backcourt Forming At Seton Hall

    Big East Women's Notes: Dynamic Backcourt Forming At Seton Hall

    Jan 19, 2021

    It was a light slate of games last week in the [category:Big East] as several programs were on pause because of COVID-19 protocols. But there were still some notable performances including the emergence of a transfer who will make an impact this season. 

  4. One Stat To Explain Each Big East Team

    One Stat To Explain Each Big East Team

    Jan 14, 2021

    With all the postponements, cancelations, and programs on pause, it's difficult to say exactly where we are in the Big East season. Some programs have played a robust schedule, others are just getting started. But it's not too early to dig into the stats and try to make sense of where each team sits in the standings.

  5. Big East Women's Notes: Lott Sparkles, 'Nova Undefeated, UConn Debuts

    Big East Women's Notes: Lott Sparkles, 'Nova Undefeated, UConn Debuts

    Dec 15, 2020

    Just over half of the Big East has started conference play, but that’s about to change this week with the remaining teams getting their feet wet against conference foes. Here’s what to watch for across the conference. 

  6. Butler Opens BIG EAST Season Against Providence

    Butler Opens BIG EAST Season Against Providence

    Dec 4, 2020

    The irregularities of a season impacted by COVID-19 will be on full display when Providence takes on Butler on Saturday afternoon at Hinkle Fieldhouse. The game will be Providence’s sixth of the season, and the second game in two days. But for Butler, this is the season opener after their previously scheduled Friday night match-up with Seton Hall was called off.