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After leaving the below-freezing temperatures in the Midwest, IU men’s tennis traveled to Los Angeles for matchups against No. 7 University of California at Los Angeles and the University of Mississippi as part of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Kickoff Weekend.
With below-freezing temperatures and snow, January in the Midwest isn’t something that entices many people.
After a promising 2-0 start to the season, IU men’s tennis has dropped its first meet of the year in a Sunday morning loss at Dartmouth University.
After beginning the season with two dominant wins over Ball State University and the University of Toledo, IU men’s tennis will travel to New Hampshire to battle Dartmouth University.
The IU men’s tennis team began its season 2-0 Sunday afternoon in Bloomington after sweeping both Ball State University and the University of Toledo 7-0, respectively.
As many Hoosier fans know, Trayce Jackson-Davis — the No. 16 prospect in the country — committed to IU last week.
Armaan Franklin, a three-star recruit from Indianapolis, has officially signed his National Letter of Intent to play basketball at IU.
Since IU Coach Archie Miller came to Bloomington, his first point of business was to recruit in the state of Indiana.
IU men's golf has gone through a bit of a rough stretch in the past few years.
Romeo, Romeo, Romeo.
This summer in college football has been tumultuous – plagued by domestic violence at Ohio State and the death of a player at Maryland.
Every single event leading up to Little 500 has been plagued with overcast skies and rain, and Miss N Out was no different.
Rain and overcast weather hung over Bill Armstrong Stadium on Wednesday afternoon as riders were beginning the first event in the Spring Series, Individual Time Trials.
For the first time in Alpha Kappa Lambda history, its bike team has qualified for Little 500.
The historic season is over for the IU men’s swimming and diving team.
Coming off a Big Ten title, the IU men’s swimming and diving team looks to add to their trophy collection this week at the NCAA Championships in Minneapolis.
After being ranked within the top 10 all year long, the IU women's swimming and diving team backed up their ranking with a top-10 finish in the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships which concluded Saturday night in Columbus, Ohio.
The No. 3 IU men’s swimming and diving team repeated as Big Ten champions for the first time since 1985. The Hoosiers captured the title after four days in Minneapolis at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center.
For the seventh-straight season, the No. 9-ranked IU women’s swimming and diving team has finished in second place. IU finished just short of the Michigan Wolverines for another year, putting their Big Ten Championship drought at seven years.
Championship season is beginning for the IU women's swimming and diving squad as they travel to Columbus, Ohio for Big Ten Championships Feb. 14-17.