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Junior guard Keyanna Warthen celebrates an IU basket March 6 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. No. 4 seed IU will play No. 1 seed Maryland on March 7 in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals.
Sophomore forward Aleksa Gulbe fights through the Rutgers defense March 6 in the quarterfinal round of the Big Ten Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Gulbe scored 15 points in the 78-60 victory over the Scarlet Knights.
Senior forward Brenna Wise follows through with her 3-point attempt while freshman Jorie Allen prepares to celebrate March 6 in Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. IU made six 3-point baskets in the 78-60 victory over Rutgers in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament.
Then-senior Tanner Smith drives Jan. 16, 2019, for the IU Safety Escort service through downtown Bloomington.
Sophomore Grace Berger drives to the basket Dec. 11 against Butler University in Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Berger achieved her first career double-double Jan. 27 against Minnesota.
Sophomore Grace Berger looks for an open player Jan. 30 against Wisconsin in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Moren said Berger’s teammates believe she can’t be guarded.
Freshman Grace Waggoner talks to sophomore Grace Berger on Jan. 27 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Berger’s work on the court and in the weight room prepared her to be one of the Hoosier’s starting five.
Junior Ali Patberg points at an open area on the court Feb. 27 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Patberg led the Hoosiers to victory over the Wolverines on March 1 with 21 points.
Dunn Meadow is seen Feb. 2 from the intersection of Indiana Avenue and Seventh Street. The meadow has been the site of political rallies, protests and more gatherings throughout IU's history.
Senior Brenna Wise hugs her mom Feb. 27 before the game against Nebraska in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Wise scored eight rebounds in her final scheduled game at Assembly Hall.
Sophomore Grace Berger looks for an open teammate Feb. 27 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Berger scored 15 points in No. 22 IU’s victory over Nebraska.
IU women’s basketball head coach Teri Moren laughs with IU President Michael McRobbie, his wife Laurie McRobbie and athletic director Fred Glass on Feb. 27 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. No. 22 IU secured a double bye in the Big Ten tournament with its victory over Nebraska.
Junior Ali Patberg embraces senior Brenna Wise after giving a speech Feb. 27 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. No. 22 IU beat Nebraska 81-53, Wise was honored as the only senior on the team.
The crowd cheers as senior Brenna Wise hugs head coach Teri Moren after coming off the court Feb. 27 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Wise is the only senior on this year’s women’s basketball team.
Junior Ali Patberg points at an open area on the court to tell teammates to move there Feb. 27 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Patberg scored 26 points in IU’s victory over Nebraska.
Former IU men’s basketball head coach Bob Knight watches the No. 22 IU women’s basketball team Feb. 27 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. This was the second time Knight has been to a game at Assembly Hall since he was fired in 2000.
Charles Bonds, who was issued a citation while protesting last fall at the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market, voices his opposition to changing the agenda lineup Feb. 25 at the Bloomington Board of Park Commissioners meeting in City Hall. The board voted 2-1 to implement changes to the farmers market rules, which define the areas of the market where protesters are permitted.
Junior Gabriel Fantoni looks at the scoreboard for his time after finishing the 200-yard backstroke race Jan. 25 in a meet against Purdue at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center in Bloomington. IU will compete in the Big Ten Men's Swimming and Diving Championships Wednesday through Saturday.
IU’s attendance for two major sports, men’s basketball and football, has declined in the last decade.