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The three-time national champion Ohio State Buckeyes will come to Bloomington this Saturday for a date with IU, Rutgers and Iowa in the Big Ten double dual.
The long-awaited day of the spring season’s first official competition began with delays, but it didn’t present a problem for the IU rowing team.
The IU rowing team will begin its spring season Saturday morning with a double dual against Kansas, Louisville and Michigan State. While these teams have met in previous seasons, assistant coach Amanda Perry said all of that goes out the window.
Competitive rowing season is approaching, as the grueling winter workout practices have concluded and spring season awaits. IU’s first taste of true competition comes in less than two weeks April 1, when it will participate in a double dual in Bloomington against Louisville, Michigan State and Kansas.
A simple and old fashioned, yet meaningful part of the rowing team, the vintage wooden handle dubbed the “Hoosier handle” has refreshed a longtime team tradition.
The IU club golf team took part in the National Collegiate Club Golf Association national championship for the second consecutive season during Thanksgiving break in Orlando, Florida.
The IU club golf team qualified to compete in the National Collegiate Club Golf Association National Championship for the second consecutive season.
The IU women’s basketball team celebrated its second annual event with the Candy Striped Crew on Sunday. The crew consists of people with special needs, which is open to all ages. This event was attended by people from 8 to 66 years old.
The IU Western Equestrian Team has been in place for more than ten years, but Stephanie Riddell said it has never received this much recognition before.
IU’s home opener, in which the Hoosiers were victorious, 30-20, against Ball State signified both the start of the college football season in Bloomington and the start of tailgating, a hallowed tradition at IU.