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Iowa Women’s Basketball vs. Purdue in Big Ten Tournament: How to Watch, Listen + Game Thread

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The Hawkeyes look to start their run at a Big Ten Tournament title on Wednesday night.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: FEB 28 Women’s Iowa at Wisconsin
How many points will Caitlin Clark finish with tonight?
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The Iowa Hawkeyes women’s basketball team rounded out their regular season with a win over Nebraska last Saturday. Now it’s on to the Big Ten Tournament. Action tipped off on Tuesday evening as the 12th seeded Illinois Fighting Illini defeated the 13th seeded Wisconsin Badgers.

Today has a full slate of action with your Iowa Hawkeyes rounding things out this evening. With the 6th seed in the tournament, Iowa will take on the 11th seeded Purdue Boilermakers.

Purdue comes into tonight’s matchup losers of 9 of their last 10. But the Boilermakers were able to hang around in an 87-81 loss to Iowa in the teams’ only matchup this season in Carver-Hawkeye Arena back in mid-January.

Now, Purdue’s season hinges on their ability to slow down the high-powered attack of the Hawkeyes that features the Big Ten’s Freshman of the Year in Caitlin Clark and fellow 1st Team All-Big Ten selection Monica Czinano.

As we start the countdown to tipoff, here’s everything you need to know about today’s matchup.

Matchup: Purdue Boilermakers (7-15, 4-14) vs Iowa Hawkeyes (15-8, 11-8)
When: Wednesday, March 10th at 8:00 pm CT (est)
Where: Bankers Life Field House - Indianapolis, IN
TV: FS2
Video Streaming: FOXSportsGO.com
Radio: Hawkeye Radio Network (click to find your local station)
Audio Streaming: TuneIn Radio

The winner of tonight’s matchup will move on to take on the 3rd seeded Rutgers Scarlet Knights. That will tip off 25 minutes after the conclusion of the 5:30pm CT game on Thursday, March 11th. All games except Saturday’s Championship Game will be broadcast on FS2.

Here’s an updated look at the full tournament bracket.

Image via BigTen.org

Go Hawks!