IU women’s basketball announced Wednesday the addition of guard duo Nicole Cardaño-Hillary and Chloe Moore-McNeil to next season’s roster.
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IU Athletics is re-airing IU men’s basketball games and will later add football and women’s basketball in its new “Hoosier Classic” series.
With major organizations such as the NBA and MLB paused indefinitely, IU alumni in sports journalism are adapting to a new way of covering their respective beats.
IU women’s basketball senior forward Brenna Wise earned a spot on the Senior Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School Award First Team on Tuesday.
This year’s Indianapolis 500 has been postponed until Aug. 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Indycar announced Thursday.
As Maryland made its way to the free-throw line midway through the fourth quarter Saturday, the starters on the No. 20 IU women’s basketball team searched each other’s eyes for answers. Maryland’s defensive pressure was overwhelming, and time was running out.
The rhythm of her dribbling was the heartbeat of the Berger household.
Junior guard Ali Patberg broke Michigan’s zone defense and disrupted its offense Sunday in a 78-60 victory for No. 22 IU women’s basketball.
When shots weren’t falling during the third quarter, it looked like No. 22 IU women’s basketball was stuck in another shooting slump.
Bob Knight returned to Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall on Thursday for the second time in 20 years to watch No. 22 IU women’s basketball in its final regular season home game against Nebraska.
Senior forward Brenna Wise will play in her final regular season home game Thursday when No. 22 IU women’s basketball goes for a season sweep of Nebraska.
IU sophomore guard Grace Berger had four points and two assists at halftime during the team's matchup with Minnesota on Saturday. Junior guard Ali Patberg's carried the team's offense in the first half, but cooled off in the second and needed her teammates to step up.
IU women’s basketball fell from No. 20 to No. 24 in Monday’s AP Poll following a week of shooting woes. This is IU’s lowest ranking since being ranked No. 24 during the opening week of the season.
The crowd at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall erupted Sunday after freshman forward Mackenzie Holmes’ layup put No. 20 IU women’s basketball ahead by 10. Ohio State could not stop IU and called a timeout less than a minute into the fourth.
Droughts and scoring sprees frequented Thursday’s game between No. 20 IU women’s basketball and Illinois. Leading the way for both teams were IU junior guard Ali Patberg and Illinois senior forward Ali Andrews.
A fast-paced, high-scoring offense spiraled into a sluggish second-half performance for No. 18 IU women’s basketball on Sunday. IU blew a 25-point lead but escaped with a win against Nebraska, 57-53.
Reverse layups, post hooks and contested threes all fell through the net for No. 18 IU women’s basketball in the first half. The team’s passing set up its offense. Tight defense in the paint kept No. 13 Maryland off the scoreboard. Then something shifted. The Hoosiers lost 79-69 to the Terrapins on Thursday.
When the backboard lit up red and the final buzzer sounded, then-No. 17 IU women’s basketball was beside itself. The team had lost back-to-back overtime games and just suffered its worst loss of the season — 76-62 against a tough Maryland defense.
Forwards and guards dove for loose balls and contended for positioning below the basket in a 66-54 victory for No. 18 IU women’s basketball Monday. Its second-chance opportunities and shot blocking on defense led to a third straight victory over Purdue.
IU women’s basketball advanced two spots to No. 18 in the latest AP Poll on Monday following back-to-back victories at home.