Maryland Women’s Basketball 2021-22 Big Ten Schedule Announced

The Big Ten Conference announced the Maryland women’s basketball team’s 2021-22 conference schedule Sept. 8, featuring home games against 2021 NCAA Tournament participants Michigan, Northwestern, Rutgers, Indiana as well as Ohio State.

The 29th Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament will be held Wednesday, March 2, 2022 through Sunday, March 6, 2022 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

2021-22 Big Ten Conference Schedule

SundayDec. 5At RutgersPiscataway, NJ
WednesdayDec. 8PurdueCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center
ThursdayDec. 30At IllinoisUrbana-Champaign, IL
SundayJan. 2At IndianaBloomington, IN
ThursdayJan. 6Penn StateCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center
SundayJan. 9At MinnesotaMinneapolis, MN
SundayJan. 16MichiganCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center
ThursdayJan. 20At Ohio StateColumbus, OH
SundayJan. 23NorthwesternCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center
ThursdayJan. 27RutgersCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center
SundayJan. 30Penn StateUniversity Park, PA
ThursdayFeb. 3Michigan StateEast Lansing, MI
SundayFeb. 6NebraskaCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center
WednesdayFeb. 9WisconsinCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center
MondayFeb. 14IowaIowa City, IA
ThursdayFeb. 17Ohio StateCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center
SundayFeb. 20At MichiganAnn Arbor, MI
FridayFeb. 25IndianaCollege Park, MD XFINITY Center

* Game times and television designations will be announced in the coming days.

The Terrapins, who were ranked No. 5 in ESPN’s Way Too Early Top-25, will play one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the country. Maryland will face three of the other four top-five teams in South Carolina, defending national champion Stanford and Baylor, as well as No. 8 NC State, in its non-conference slate.

Click here for the full schedule to date.

Maryland returns all five starters, all five All-Big Ten honorees and 10 of 11 letterwinners from last year’s Big Ten Championship squad. The Terrapins return their top eight leading scorers from last year’s squad, which led the nation in scoring with 90.8 points per game and advanced to the Sweet Sixteen. Rising juniors Ashley Owusu and Diamond Miller are Maryland’s leading returning scorers. They both earned All-Big Ten First Team honors and were Big Ten Tournament Co-MOPs.

— Maryland Athletics press release

Photo Credit: 2021 NCAA Photos


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