ACC–Big Ten Women's Challenge

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The ACC–Big Ten Women's Challenge (or Big Ten–ACC Women's Challenge as it is called in alternating years) is an in-season NCAA women's college basketball series established in 2007 that matches up teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and the Big Ten Conference. The challenge is identical in format to the men's ACC–Big Ten Challenge.

The ACC–Big Ten Women's Challenge occurs early in the season, typically around late November/early December. The games are hosted by each of the schools. Originally, eleven games were played in the challenge, meaning one team from the ACC would not have played each challenge. Nebraska's entry to the Big Ten allowed all twelve teams in each conference to play in the challenge. However conference expansion in 2013 and 2014 led the ACC to have 15 schools while the Big Ten sat at 14 schools, leaving one team out of the challenge each season.

Many of the challenge games hosted by the Big Ten school will be televised live by the Big Ten Network. Games hosted by the ACC school may be picked up by the ESPN family of networks or carried on ESPN3 should the home school choose to air it.

Team records[edit]

  • The Maryland Terrapins are listed under both the ACC and Big Ten Standings as they were members of the ACC during the Challenge from 2007-13 and the Big Ten from 2014-present.

Atlantic Coast Conference (6–0-1)[edit]

Institution Wins Loss Win %
Boston College Eagles 2 4 .333%
Clemson Tigers 2 4 .333%
Duke Blue Devils 6 1 .857%
Florida State Seminoles 5 2 .714%
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 6 1 .857%
Louisville Cardinals 0 0 .000%
Maryland Terrapins (2007-2013) 7 0 1.000%
Miami Hurricanes 2 3 .400%
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 1 0 1.000%
North Carolina Tar Heels 5 2 .714%
NC State Wolfpack 3 4 .428%
Pittsburgh Panthers 0 0 .000%
Syracuse Orange 0 1 .000%
Virginia Cavaliers 5 2 .714%
Virginia Tech Hokies 2 5 .285%
Wake Forest Demon Deacons 2 3 .400%
Overall 48 32 .600%

Big Ten Conference (0–6-1)[edit]

Institution Wins Loss Win %
Illinois Fighting Illini 3 4 .429%
Indiana Hoosiers 4 3 .571%
Iowa Hawkeyes 2 5 .285%
Maryland Terrapins (2014-present) 0 0 .000%
Michigan Wolverines 5 2 .714%
Michigan State Spartans 4 3 .571%
Minnesota Golden Gophers 3 4 .428%
Nebraska Cornhuskers 0 3 .000%
Northwestern Wildcats 2 5 .285%
Ohio State Buckeyes 2 5 .285%
Penn State Nittany Lions 2 5 .285%
Purdue Boilermakers 1 6 .142%
Rutgers Scarlet Knights 0 0 .000%
Wisconsin Badgers 4 3 .571%
Overall 32 48 .400%

Results[edit]

2014[edit]

Date Time ACC Team Big Ten Team Location Television Attendance Winner Leader
Wed, Dec. 3 6:00 PM Notre Dame Maryland Allen County War Memorial ColiseumFort Wayne, IN
6:00 PM Boston College Indiana Conte ForumChestnut Hill, MA
6:00 PM Wake Forest Michigan Crisler CenterAnn Arbor, MI
6:00 PM North Carolina State Minnesota Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC ESPN3
6:00 PM Pittsburgh Ohio State Value City ArenaColumbus, OH
6:00 PM Florida State Purdue Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, IN
6:30 PM Duke Nebraska Pinnacle Bank ArenaLincoln, NE BTN
7:00 PM Virginia Illinois State Farm CenterChampaign, IL
Thurs., Dec. 4 6:00 PM Louisville Iowa KFC Yum! CenterLouisville, KY
6:00 PM Syracuse Penn State Carrier DomeSyracuse, NY
6:00 PM Virginia Tech Northwestern Cassell ColiseumBlacksburg, VA
6:00 PM North Carolina Rutgers The RACPiscataway, NJ ESPN2
6:00 PM Georgia Tech Michigan State Breslin CenterEast Lansing, MI
7:00 PM Miami (FL) Wisconsin BankUnited CenterCoral Gables, FL
Game Times in CST.
First appearances for Louisville, a new member of the ACC, and Pittsburgh, left out of the 2013 edition in its first ACC season.
First appearance for Maryland as a Big Ten member, after having left the ACC at the end of the 2013–14 season.
Clemson did not participate due to their last place finish in the ACC during the 2013–14 season.

2013 ACC 7-5[edit]

Date Time ACC Team Big Ten Team Location Television Attendance Winner Leader
Wed, Dec. 4 5:00PM #18 North Carolina #15 Nebraska Carmichael ArenaChapel Hill, NC ESPN3
1,534
North Carolina (75-62)
ACC (1-0)
6:00PM #8 Maryland Ohio State Comcast CenterCollege Park, MD
3,737
Maryland (67-55)
ACC (2-0)
6:00PM Florida State Michigan State Donald L. Tucker CenterTallahassee, FL
1,813
Florida State (60-58)
ACC (3-0)
6:00PM Virginia Tech Indiana Assembly HallBloomington, IN
2,210
Indiana (71-65)
ACC (3-1)
6:00PM Georgia Tech Illinois McCamish PavilionAtlanta, GA
670
Georgia Tech (93-69)
ACC (4-1)
6:30PM #4 Notre Dame #10 Penn State Bryce Jordan CenterUniversity Park, PA BTN
5,805
Notre Dame (77-67)
ACC (5-1)
Thurs., Dec. 5 5:30PM #2 Duke #16 Purdue Cameron Indoor StadiumDurham, NC
3,758
Duke (99-78)
ACC (6-1)
6:00PM Virginia Michigan John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, VA
3,250
Michigan (73-53)
ACC (6-2)
6:00PM #22 Syracuse #25 Iowa Carver-Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, IA BTN
3,323
Iowa (97-91)
ACC (6-3)
6:30PM NC State Northwestern Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, IL
392
NC State (76-61)
ACC (7-3)
7:00PM Boston College Wisconsin Kohl CenterMadison, WI
3,028
Wisconsin (74-59)
ACC (7-4)
8:00PM Miami (FL) Minnesota Williams ArenaMinneapolis, MN BTN
2,158
Minnesota (74-67)
ACC (7-5)
Game Times in CST. Rankings from ESPN Coaches Poll (11/23).
First appearances for Notre Dame and Syracuse, which joined from the Big East Conference.
Final appearance for Maryland as an ACC member, as it would leave for the Big Ten after the 2013–14 season.
Clemson and Wake Forest, plus the other school that joined from the Big East, Pittsburgh, did not play. Clemson and Wake Forest had the two worst records out of the ACC teams during the 2012–13 season, and Pittsburgh had the worst Big East record in 2012–13 among the three teams that joined the ACC for 2013–14.

2012 ACC 7-5[edit]

Date Time ACC Team Big Ten Team Location Television Attendance Winner Leader
Wed, Nov. 28 7:00PM #25 North Carolina #16 Ohio State Carmichael AuditoriumChapel Hill, NC BTN North Carolina (57-54)
ACC (1-0)
7:00PM RV Florida State RV Iowa Donald L. Tucker CenterTallahassee, FL Florida State (83-69)
ACC (2-0)
7:00PM Virginia Tech Wisconsin Cassell ColiseumBlacksburg, VA Virginia Tech (47-38)
ACC (3-0)
7:00PM #4 Duke Michigan Crisler CenterAnn Arbor, MI BTN Duke (71-54)
ACC (4-0)
7:00PM RV Georgia Tech #14 Purdue Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, IN BTN Purdue (85-73)
ACC (4-1)
7:00PM Clemson Indiana Assembly HallBloomington, IN Indiana (52-49)
ACC (4-2)
7:00PM Boston College Northwestern Silvio O. Conte ForumChestnut Hill, MA Northwestern (67-63)
ACC (4-3)
8:00PM #10 Maryland #23 Nebraska Bob Devaney Sports CenterLincoln, NE BTN Maryland (90-71)
ACC (5-3)
Thurs., Nov. 29 7:00PM N.C. State Michigan State William Neal Reynolds ColiseumRaleigh, NC Michigan State (68-51)
ACC (5-4)
7:05PM RV Miami #6 Penn State Bank United CenterCoral Gables, FL BTN Miami (69-65)
ACC (6-4)
8:00PM RV Virginia Minnesota Williams ArenaMinneapolis, MN Virginia (90-68)
ACC (7-4)
8:00PM Wake Forest Illinois Assembly HallChampaign, IL Illinois (95-82)
ACC (7-5)
Game Times in CST. Rankings from ESPN Coaches Poll (11/23).

2011 Tied 6-6[edit]

Date Time ACC Team Big Ten Team Location Television Attendance Winner Leader
Wed, Nov. 30 6:30PM #13 North Carolina #15 Penn State Bryce Jordan CenterUniversity Park, PA BTN
3,963
Penn State (103-84)
Big Ten (1-0)
7:00PM #7 Maryland RV Michigan Comcast CenterCollege Park, MD BTN
4,013
Maryland (74-65)
Tied (1-1)
7:00PM RV Georgia Tech RV Nebraska Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta, GA
1,025
Georgia Tech (73-57)
ACC (2-1)
8:00PM NC State Northwestern Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, IL
457
Northwestern (76-59)
Tied (2-2)
8:00PM Virginia Tech RV Iowa Carver-Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, IA
4,798
Iowa (58-47)
Big Ten (3-2)
8:00PM Boston College Wisconsin Kohl CenterMadison, WI
3,671
Wisconsin (58-50)
Big Ten (4-2)
8:30PM Florida State #18 Ohio State Jerome Schottenstein CenterColumbus, OH BTN
2,850
Ohio State (78-75)OT
Big Ten (5-2)
Thurs., Dec. 1 6:30PM Wake Forest Minnesota Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial ColiseumWinston-Salem, NC BTN
358
Wake Forest (82-65)
Big Ten (5-3)
7:00PM Virginia Indiana John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, VA
2,751
Virginia (65-49)
Big Ten (5-4)
7:00PM Clemson Illinois Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, SC
851
Illinois (61-50)
Big Ten (6-4)
7:00PM #6 Duke #16 Purdue Cameron Indoor StadiumDurham, NC BTN
4,715
Duke (64-53)
Big Ten (6-5)
8:00PM #9 Miami Michigan State Breslin CenterEast Lansing, MI BTN
5,712
Miami (76-60)
Tied (6-6)
Game Times in CST. Rankings from ESPN Coaches Poll (11/29).

2010 ACC 6-5[edit]

Date Time ACC Team Big Ten Team Location Television Attendance Winner Leader
Wed., Dec. 1 5:30PM Wake Forest Michigan Crisler ArenaAnn Arbor, MI BTN
1,588
Michigan (91-58)
Big Ten (1-0)
6:00PM #14 Florida State #25 Michigan State Donald L. Tucker CenterTallahassee, FL
2,092
Michigan State (72-64)
Big Ten (2-0)
6:00PM Georgia Tech Northwestern Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta, GA
873
Georgia Tech (67-63)
Big Ten (2-1)
7:30PM NC State Illinois Assembly HallChampaign, IL BTN
744
N.C. State (73-57)
Tied (2-2)
Thurs, Dec. 2 6:00PM RV Maryland RV Purdue Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, IN BTN
8,698
Maryland (56-55)
ACC (3-2)
6:00PM Virginia #6 Ohio State Jerome Schottenstein CenterColumbus, OH
2,392
Ohio State (74-46)
Tied (3-3)
6:00PM Clemson Indiana Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, SC
362
Indiana (65-51)
Big Ten (4-3)
6:00PM #15 North Carolina #18 Iowa Carmichael AuditoriumChapel Hill, NC
3,018
North Carolina (79-67)
Tied (4-4)
6:00PM RV Boston College RV Penn State Conte ForumChestnut Hill, MA
557
Boston College (113-104)
ACC (5-4)
7:00PM Virginia Tech Minnesota Williams ArenaMinneapolis, MN
2,709
Minnesota (63-58)
Tied (5-5)
7:30PM #5 Duke Wisconsin Kohl CenterMadison, WI BTN
4,298
Duke (59-51)
ACC (6-5)
Game Times in CST. Rankings from ESPN Coaches Poll (11/30).
Miami did not play due to their last place finish in the ACC during the 2009–2010 season.}

2009 ACC 7-4[edit]

ACC Team Big Ten Team Outcome Location ACC B10
Georgia Tech Penn State GT 64-60 State College, PA X
Wake Forest Illinois ILL 65-50 Winston-Salem, NC X
Boston College Iowa BC 72-67 Iowa City, IA X
Florida State Indiana FSU 82-74 Bloomington, IN X
Virginia Tech Michigan MICH 71-51 Blacksburg, VA X
Maryland Minnesota MD 66-45 College Park, MD X
Duke Ohio State DUKE 83-67 Durham, NC X
Virginia Purdue VA 56-49 Charlottesville, VA X
North Carolina State Wisconsin WISC 53-48 Raleigh, NC X
Clemson Northwestern CLEM 69-68 Evanston, IL X
North Carolina Michigan State MSU 72-66 East Lansing, MI X
RESULT ACC 7 4

Note: Miami did not play

2008 ACC 7-4[edit]

ACC Team Big Ten Team Outcome Location ACC B10
Georgia Tech Michigan State GT 70–57 Atlanta, GA X
North Carolina Ohio State UNC 72–63 Columbus, OH X
Florida State Penn State FSU 73–60 Tallahassee, FL X
Clemson Northwestern CLEM 78–75 OT Clemson, SC X
Maryland Purdue UMD 70–59 West Lafayette, IN X
Boston College Minnesota MINN 80–60 Minneapolis, MN X
Virginia Illinois UVA 63–39 Champaign, IL X
Duke Iowa DUKE 71–47 Durham, NC X
Virginia Tech Wisconsin WISC 61–52 Madison, WI X
NC State Michigan MICH 63–52 Ann Arbor, MI X
Miami Indiana IU 69–54 Miami, FL X
RESULT ACC 7 4

Note: Wake Forest did not play

2007 ACC 8-3[edit]

ACC Team Big Ten Team Outcome Location ACC B10
Miami Michigan MICH 65–50 Coral Gables, FL X
Wake Forest Northwestern WAKE 60–45 Evanston, IL X
Georgia Tech Iowa GT 76–57 Iowa City, IA X
North Carolina Purdue UNC 90–72 Chapel Hill, NC X
Virginia Tech Minnesota VT 68–62 Blacksburg, VA X
NC State Illinois NCST 61–47 Raleigh, NC X
Maryland Ohio State UMD 77–53 College Park, MD X
Clemson Michigan State MSU 68–51 East Lansing, MI X
Virginia Wisconsin UVA 84–60 Charlottesville, VA X
Florida State Indiana FSU 85–78 Bloomington, IN X
Duke Penn State PSU 86–84 University Park, PA X
RESULT ACC 8 3

Note: Boston College did not play

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