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Although it was heading into just its second year as a team, Phoenix Cycling had two advantages.
When two-time defending champion Kappa Alpha Theta takes the track, everyone takes notice. Oftentimes, teams are reacting to Theta, basing strategies off of their actions, Alpha Omicron Pi rider Michaela Ranft said.
After another Spring Series event and another weather delay, times were slower Sunday night for Team Pursuit as the rain began to fall. Teams were worried about track conditions, but overall the playing field was level after the storm rolled in.
In 2015, Alpha Omicron Pi knew it had a competitive team, but they felt that the respect and recognition stopped there.
After a wreck last year, Teter couldn’t do much to recover. The runner-up from 2014 fell into an 11th place finish in 2015. Senior Julia Thomas had to take some time off to re-evaluate if the result was worth the
After last year’s domination by Liz Lieberman of Kappa Alpha Theta, Phoenix’s Tabitha Sherwood was expected to move up after her repeated second-place finishes in 2015 to take the place at the top of the leaderboard.
Are they the best team IU Coach Mike Mayer has ever had? No, probably not. But nevertheless, they are one of the most fun.
They don’t call it power hour for nothing, Kappa Alpha Theta rider Evelyn Malcomb said, and it only seemed natural to have some of the worst conditions for the night.
Their first meet of the season was almost six months ago in an opener against Cincinnati. Back then, the Hoosiers weren’t sure how the season would go. All they could do was dream.
Most students know, from seeing Little 500 riders biking around Bloomington that biking in Little 500 is a big time commitment. But what a lot of people don’t know is there is more to the event than just hours of training, qualifications and the men’s and women’s race April 15 and 16.
The Hoosiers went in with a goal to place in the top-10 at NCAA championships. But more than halfway through the meet, it looked as though they might fall a little short.
There was talk in the press box and a buzz down on the track as Kappa Alpha Theta entered the field through the gate by turn two.
Lilly King said she always knew she was fast. The freshman also said she knew she was capable of winning her events and setting records.
The final day of the Loyola Intercollegiate was a round of golf Jake Brown isn’t going to forget anytime soon.
WEST LAFAYETTE, IND. – Sophomore Blake Pieroni walked along the pool deck at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center to the sound of “The Imperial March,” Darth Vader’s theme song from Star Wars.
A second place Big Ten performance by the IU women left the team and IU Coach Ray Looze
Although it failed in its goal of winning the Big Ten Championships, the performance put on by the IU women’s team was no disappointment.
After two days of Big Ten Championship competition, IU is off to a good start.
The key this week for IU is simple: swim fast and dive well.
It’s been nearly three months since the IU men’s golf team finished its fall schedule with the Ka’anapali Classic in Hawaii.