Men's Basketball

Ferrell makes leadership jump

When sophomore guard Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell and senior forward Will Sheehey went to Russia to play for Team USA in the World University Games last summer, Ferrell was the youngest player on the roster — the only freshman on the team.

Men's Basketball

Hollowell looks to step up in sophomore season

It started to click for sophomore forward Jeremy Hollowell immediately after losing to Syracuse in the Sweet 16 last year. He thought about how his role would change.

Men's Basketball

Gordon strives to leave similar one-year mark as his brother

In his early high school years, Evan Gordon visited Bloomington for a basketball camp with then-IU Coach Kelvin Sampson and the rest of the IU roster.

Men's Basketball

Column: Game predictions

IU men's basketball columnist predicts each game of the 2013-2014 season.

Women's Basketball

Kaila Hulls finds her own stripes

Assembly Hall sits empty and quiet, except for the people part of the IU women’s basketball team.

Women's Basketball

Being a coach's daughter

Freshman Taylor Agler's father is Brian Agler, head coach and general manager of the Seattle Storm.

Women's Basketball

Women’s basketball assistant takes different path

Colloton is serving as an interim assistant coach this season for the women’s basketball team. Although it’s in an interim role, he is living his dream of being a college coach. 

Women's Basketball

Freshman McBride follows in older sister’s footsteps

Freshman Karlee McBride admits there’s a sibling rivalry between her and her older sister, Kayla, a senior at Notre Dame.

Men's Basketball

IU prepares for LIU Brooklyn

Tuesday evening, IU Coach Tom Crean’s squad will play its second game of seven in the span of 19 days.

Men's Basketball

Vonleh named Freshman of the Week

IU men’s basketball freshman forward Noah Vonleh was named the first 2013-14 Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Monday after his debut double-double against Chicago State Friday.

Men's Basketball

Connor's Corner

Column: Hoosiers show promise, still more to learn

There couldn’t have been a more blatant discrepancy between IU’s final exhibition win against Hillsdale and the Hoosiers’ 100-72 season-opening victory against Chicago State Friday evening at Assembly Hall.

articleSTORY: Hollowell, Vonleh shine in season-opener for IU

articleSTORY: Hoosiers open regular season with 100-72 win

slideshowPhoto Gallery: IU Men's Basketball vs. Chicago State