The 2023 Big Ten Tournament takes place in Chicago from Wednesday, March 8 through Sunday, March 12. The winner earns the conference’s automatic bid to the Men’s NCAA Tournament. Follow all klapa tournaments and updates here.
Last season, Iowa topped Purdue to win the tournament for the third time.
2023 Big Ten Tournament bracket
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2023 Big Ten Tournament Schedule, Results
All times ET.
Wednesday, March 8 — First round
Thursday, March 9 — Second round
Friday, March 10 — Quarterfinals
Saturday, March 11 — Semifinals
- Game 11: no. 1 Purdue vs. no. 13 Ohio State | 12 o’clock | CBS
- Game 12: Game 9 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner | 25 min. after the match 11 | CBS
Sunday, March 12 — Championship
- Semi-final winners | 15:30 | CBS
Big Ten Tournament Champions, History
Iowa is the defending conference champion, as the Hawkeyes beat Purdue in the finals. Iowa was the No. 5 seed last season.
Michigan State has won the most titles, six. The Spartans last won the Big Ten Tournament in 2019.
|in 1998||Michigan (abandoned)||76-67 (view, other).||Purdue||Chicago|
|in 1999||State of Michigan||67-50 (view, other).||Illinois||Chicago|
|in the year 2000||State of Michigan||76-61 (view, other).||Illinois||Chicago|
|in 2001||Iowa||63-61 (view, other).||Indiana||Chicago|
|in 2002||Ohio State (vacant)||81-64 (view, other).||Iowa||Indianapolis|
|in 2003||Illinois||72-59 (view, other).||Ohio State||Chicago|
|in 2004||Wisconsin||70-53 (view, other).||Illinois||Indianapolis|
|in 2005||Illinois||54-43 (view, other).||Wisconsin||Chicago|
|in 2006||Iowa||67-60 (view, professional).||Ohio State||Indianapolis|
|in 2007||Ohio State||66-49 (view, other).||Wisconsin||Chicago|
|in 2008||Wisconsin||61-48 (view, other).||Illinois||Indianapolis|
|in 2009||Purdue||65-61 (view, other).||Ohio State||Indianapolis|
|2010||Ohio State||90-61 (view, other).||Minnesota||Indianapolis|
|2011||Ohio State||71-60 (view, other).||Penn State||Indianapolis|
|2012||State of Michigan||68-64 (view, other).||Ohio State||Indianapolis|
|in 2013||Ohio State||50-43 (view, other).||Wisconsin||Chicago|
|in 2014||State of Michigan||69-55 (view, other).||Michigan||Indianapolis|
|2015||Wisconsin||80-69 (OT)||State of Michigan||Chicago|
|2016||State of Michigan||66-62 (view, other).||Purdue||Indianapolis|
|in 2017||Michigan||71-56 (view, other).||Wisconsin||Washington DC|
|2018||Michigan||75-66 (view, other).||Purdue||New York City|
|in 2019||State of Michigan||65-60 (view, professional).||Michigan||Chicago|
|in 2021||Illinois||91-88 (OT)||Ohio State||Indianapolis|
|in 2022||Iowa||75-66 (view, other).||Purdue||Indianapolis|