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Sprinter sixth at championship\nJunior All-American Danielle Carruthers placed sixth in the finals of the Adidas women's 100m hurdles at the 2001 GMC Envoy USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Sunday in Eugene, Ore. Carruthers advanced into the finals by taking second in the second heat of two in the semifinals with a time of 13.14 and entered the finals with the fourth best qualifying time.\n"I think that her ability to overcome both the physical and mental walls that she faced in each instance says a lot about her as an athlete and competitor," coach Randy Heisler said in a press release. "We're proud of her recent accomplishments and are excited to see what she will achieve in the future."\nHoosiers set for challenge\nThe men's basketball team is set to face North Carolina in the Big Ten/ACC challenge 9 p.m. EST Wednesday, November 28 at Chapel Hill. This is the first time that the Hoosiers have participated in the event.\nIU holds a 6-4 series edge against North Carolina, including beating the Tar Heels for the 1981 National Championship. \nThe Hoosiers were victorious in the last meeting, topping the Tar Heels 82-73 in the 1999 Jimmy V Classic. \n"This is will be a terrific college basketball game," coach Mike Davis said in a press release. "I have talked about how much I want to play the top teams in the country, and North Carolina is one of those team."\nNew banners hung in hall\nIU hosted the Indiana Basketball Scholarship Golf Classic this weekend in Bloomington, where new banners were unveiled to be hung at Assembly Hall this season.\nThe new banners display all of IU's Big Ten Chamionship teams for the men's and women's basketball squads. The other new banner will display the pre- and postseason NIT chamionship teams. A new banner will be hung for the 1974-75 team that went undefeated in the regular season, replacing the older version that honored the same team.\nThe banners that are being replaced are from the Final Four appearances of 1973 and \'92, the 1979 NIT victory and the 1983 conference championship.\n"It was amazing to see so many people came back and to see how many people appreciated being a part of such a wonderful weekend," Davis said in a press release.

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