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Senior forward Race Thompson will return to Indiana men’s basketball for the 2022-23 season, his final year of eligibility, he announced Thursday afternoon on Twitter. Thompson has already been with Indiana for five seasons, but he still holds an extra year of eligibility because the NCAA granted athletes an extra year due to COVID-19. He redshirted for the 2017-18 season.
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Senior center Michael Durr entered the transfer portal after one season with Indiana men’s basketball in which he appeared in 30 games. Durr’s decision to enter the portal was first reported Thursday by Verbal Commits and he became the second Indiana player to enter the portal in the last two days, following sophomore guard Khristian Lander on Wednesday.
Before Saint Mary’s College took down Indiana 82-53 in the Round of 64, it lost its last game in the West Coast Conference Tournament final to No. 1 overall seed Gonzaga on March 8. While Saint Mary’s came into it with eight days of rest, the Thursday matchup in Portland, Oregon, marked Indiana’s fifth game in eight days.
Indiana men’s basketball took down the University of Wyoming 66-58 in its First Four matchup Tuesday night at UD Arena in Dayton, Ohio. With the win, Indiana moves on to face Saint Mary’s College in the Round of 64 Thursday night in Portland, Oregon.
Indiana men’s basketball earned its first bid to the NCAA Tournament since 2016, the selection committee announced Sunday. Indiana will play the University of Wyoming in a first-four game Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio.
Iowa senior guard Jordan Bohannon was 1-6 from 3-point range against Indiana men’s basketball entering the final three and a half minutes of their Big Ten Tournament semifinals matchup.
Indiana men’s basketball needed a win against No. 8 seed Michigan on Thursday in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament to even be in the conversation to make the NCAA Tournament. It did that. On Friday, it continued its winning ways and likely punched its ticket to the NCAA Tournament by taking down No. 1 seed 65-63 Illinois in the quarterfinals at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
Indiana men’s basketball looked lost midway through the second half in its second-round game in the Big Ten Tournament against Michigan. With 12:54 to play, Michigan senior guard Eli Brooks made a layup to give his team a 60-43 lead.
Indiana men’s basketball will open its Big Ten Tournament appearance with a rematch against Michigan at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. It’s the start of a new season for Indiana, one that could propel the team into its first NCAA Tournament berth since 2016 or be the final straw to send it to the National Invitation Tournament.
Indiana men’s basketball lost to No. 8 Purdue 69-67 Saturday afternoon at Mackey Arena in West Lafayette, Indiana. The Hoosiers won the first meeting at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, but Purdue exacted its revenge to all but kill its in-state rivals’ NCAA Tournament hopes.
Indiana men’s basketball improved to 14-4 the last time it played then-No. 4 Purdue on Jan. 20 in Bloomington. Senior guard Rob Phinisee, who played at McCutcheon High School less than 20 minutes away from Mackey Arena in West Lafayette, Indiana, put away his hometown team with a career-high 20-point performance. He capped off the upset with a memorable go-ahead 3-pointer with 16.9 seconds to play.
A red and teary-eyed Race Thompson got through one sentence of his senior night speech Wednesday before he choked up and put his head down.
Indiana men’s basketball was on the brink of its most epic collapse this season.
Indiana men’s basketball broke a five-game losing streak on Thursday night against Maryland, a streak which turned Indiana from a fringe top-25 team into one on the bubble of the NCAA Tournament.
Indiana men’s basketball entered its game Thursday night against Maryland on a five-game losing streak and sitting on the bubble of NCAA Tournament contention. It was a must-win game for Indiana, and the team did just that, taking down Maryland 74-64 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
Indiana men’s basketball led 63-59 against No. 22 Ohio State with 2:47 left to play Monday night in Columbus, Ohio. The team, which came into the game in the midst of a four-game losing streak, had clawed its way back from a 50-39 deficit and looked to be in control.
Indiana men’s basketball hasn’t won a game in three weeks. After getting out to a 16-5 record this season, Indiana dropped its first four games in February and moved to the bubble of NCAA Tournament contention.
Wisconsin sophomore guard Johnny Davis left the door open for Indiana men’s basketball.