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Indiana men’s soccer will enter the 2022 season with high expectations, excitement and plenty of anticipation for what’s to come in the program’s 50th season.
At this point, everyone even remotely connected to the sports world has seen the news: the University of Southern California and the University of California, Los Angeles are leaving the Pac-12 to join the Big Ten.
Title IX, while largely synonymous with equal opportunity for female athletes, was not created just for sex discrimination in sports. When the legislation was signed into law in 1972, along with the Education Amendments, the goal of the authors — one of whom was an IU alumnus, Birch Bayh — was to provide equal access and opportunities for women at publicly-funded universities.
Indiana women’s basketball announced the hiring of Linda Sayavongchanh as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Friday afternoon.
Throughout Ali Patberg’s time at Indiana, she became one of the faces of Indiana women’s basketball. After the team lost in the Sweet Sixteen in March, ending the 2021-22 season and Patberg’s collegiate career, fans had one thing on their minds: “Coach” Ali Patberg.
There’s an opening in the Indiana women’s basketball coaching staff.
Class of 2022 five-star power forward Malik Reneau announced his commitment to Indiana men’s basketball Monday afternoon via Twitter. Reneau, a teammate of Indiana signee Jalen Hood-Schifino, is the second-highest rated commit in the incoming freshman class behind Hood-Schifino.
Bloomington police arrested former Indiana football wide receiver Da’Shaun Brown, charging him with counts of robbery, kidnapping and battery resulting in injury.
Forward Aleksa Gulbe accepted an invitation to the Connecticut Suns training camp Monday night. Gulbe was one of three Hoosiers who declared for the WNBA Draft, and while her name was not called during the selection show, she still has a chance to be a part of the WNBA.
Indiana women’s basketball officially announced the addition of three transfer players to its roster Sunday night, confirming the arrival of Alyssa Geary and Sydney Parrish and revealing another transfer in Sara Scalia.
Cheers echoed throughout Total Mortgage Arena for the entirety of Saturday afternoon’s NCAA Sweet Sixteen game in Bridgeport, Connecticut. You would never know one team’s tournament run had just ended.
Indiana women’s basketball is returning to the Sweet Sixteen for the second year in a row and the second time in program history.
Senior guard Rob Phinisee entered the transfer portal Friday morning after playing four seasons for Indiana men’s basketball. He is the third Indiana player to enter the portal in the last three days, following sophomore guard Khristian Lander and senior center Michael Durr on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively.
Two-point lead. 27 seconds left. One play to make.
The seats in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall were filled with cream and crimson Saturday afternoon as No. 3-seed Indiana women’s basketball took on No. 14-seed University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
There are a plethora of outlets selling all kinds of Indiana Hoosiers apparel, but they can’t sell everything. The one outlet with that capability is Adidas, who signed a contract with IU through 2024 to supply IU Athletics with all necessary sports products.
March Madness is officially coming to Bloomington.
Head coach Teri Moren struck an optimistic tone in her opening statement to the press, despite Indiana women’s basketball’s 74-67 loss to No. 2-seed Iowa in the Big Ten Championship on Sunday.
In the final three minutes of the Saturday afternoon Big Ten semifinal matchup, Indiana women’s basketball scored 2 points. Ohio State scored seven. But at that point, it didn’t really matter.