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Nebraska Women's Baketball Experience in Big Ten since 2011

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Nebraska Women's Basketball experience in the Big Ten since first season 2011-2012

  NOTE:  Tried to focus on Big Ten Experience only from NE Women's Stat pages but did not find Big Ten Only information for 2012-2016

                             
  Season   Big Ten   Post Added Added   Defensive Field Goal   Ave O Reb D reb
Season Record Big Ten Finish Coach Season Maryland-2014 Rutgers-2014 Offensive Ave Ave Ave % TO Ave Assists Ave Ave
2011-2012 24-9 10-6 6th Yori NCAA     Big Ten 71.4 66.4 0.370 15.31 11.88 15.06 24
2012-2013 25-9 12-4 2nd Yori NCAA     All games 67 59 0.403 14.2 15 13.15 27.12
2013-2014 26-7 12-4 3rd Yori NCAA     All games 75.6 63.4 0.44 12.87 17 11.06 29.18
2014-2015 21-11 10-8 7th Yori NCAA Lost 2 gms Lost 1gm All games 67.1 60.9 0.407 13.7 14.8 11.28 29.75
2015-2016 18-13 9-9 Tie for 7th Yori NIT Lost 1 Lost 1&1 in Tmnt All games 72.7 68.1 0.453 15.2 15.1 10.52 28.88
2016-2017 7-22 3-13 Tie for 11TH Williams NONE Lost 1 Beat Rutgers Big Ten 63.1 80.4 0.383 16.18 15.0 11.3 23.63
2017-2018 21-11 11-5 Tie for 3rd Williams NCAA Lost 1&1 in Tnmt Beat Rutgers Big Ten 69 63.6 0.438 15.25 16.8 10.8 27.5
2018-2019 14-16 9-9 Tie for 6th Williams NONE Lost 1 Lost 1 Big Ten 69.1 69.1 0.416 14.67 14.67 9.89 24.98
Info thru 2-18; 3 games left                            
2019-2020 16-10 6-9 Tenth-Now Williams ??? Lost 1 Lost 1 Big Ten 67.47 68.47 0.406 15.00 13.93 10.30 29.07

 

This is an attempt to look at Nebraska women's basketball years in the Big Ten to see what's different now than in the past. As reflected, in the last 4 years except for 2017-18, the opponents  average points have equaled or exceeded the NE offensive average in 3 out of 4 years.  Hard to win that way.  The turnover average has been in the 14 to 16 area in the last 4 years.  More alarming is the level of assists has decreased last year and this year to date.  Offensive rebounding continues to lower than historic levels but defensive rebounding has been on and off and improved thus far this year.  The addition of Maryland and Rutgers in 2014. has not helped the win loss record or likely the stats.  7 in season losses to Maryland and 3  in season losses to Rutgers but 2 wins.  The Big Ten in conference stats are not as kind as they would be if all games played in a season were included.  My main intent was trying to find something more on why in particular for 2019-20 the NE Big Ten Record is not very good.   The current shooting percentage to date for this year in the Big Ten of .406 does not help either with the missed layups and on and off 3 point shooting success.

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Nebraska Women's Basketball Top 3 scorers and minutes played each game since 2011

        Big Ten Averages except did not find Big Ten Only information for 2012-2016

                     
                     
  Highest Score Minutes '2nd Highest Score Minutes '3rd Highest Score Minutes   Aggregate top
Season Score Ave Ave played scorer Ave played scorer Ave played   3 scorers total
2011-2012 Hooper, J 18.1 33.0 Moore, L 14.8 34.2 Cady, E 12.3 31.8 B Ten only gms 45.2
2012-2013 Hooper, J 17.9 30.2 Moore, L 15.1 34.4 Cady, E 9.1 30.8 All games 42.1
2013-2014 Hooper, J 20.4 33.18 Theriot, R 14.1 36.5 Cady, E 12.7 34.1 All games 47.2
2014-2015 Theriot, R 16.5 21 gms   37.5 Laudermill, T 7.0 32.2 Cady, E 12.7 32.9 All games 36.2
2015-2016 Shepard, J 18.5 28.5 Romeo, N 16.0 35.1 Theriot, R 10.6-25gms 25.0 All games 45.1
2016-2017 Shepard, J 19.1 32.6 Whitish, H 11.1 30.4 Havers, A 7.2 16.3 B Ten only gms 37.4
2017-2018 Whitish, H 12.3 31.8 Simon, M 10.9 25.5 Cain, K 9.7 27.0 B Ten only gms 32.9
2018-2019 Whitish, H 11.3 31.3 Brown, L 10.2 31.3 Haiby, S 9.3 20.2 B Ten only gms 30.8
Thus far In Process thru 2-18; 3 games left                     0
2019-2020 Brown, l 13.1 27.1 Whitish, H 10.2 30.6 Haiby, S 10.1 26.5 B Ten only gms 33.4

 

Excepting Shepard's scoring average in 2016-2017,   for the William's years all top 3 scorers averages are mostly lower than in the Yori years.    This more highly exhibited by the right hand column showing the Yori years mostly in the 40's for the aggregate of the top 3 scorers versus in the 30's for the Williams years.   Likely the lack of dominant scorers is a negative at end of quarter or game end situations.   It is also noted that minutes played by the top scorers is generally less in the Williams era.  High minutes played by Theriot back in the day may have been a factor with her injuries.  So year to date in the Big Ten, Brown as the leading scorer is only playing 27.1 minutes a game on average and Haiby as the 3rd leading scorer is only playing 26.5 minutes a game.

 

 

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