Indiana women’s basketball entered its Thursday night matchup against Nebraska missing a key piece on both offense and defense. Junior forward Mackenzie Holmes, who averages 18 points and 8 rebounds per game, did not appear in the game due to a knee injury.
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No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball extended multiple streaks with its decisive 76-53 win over Wisconsin on Wednesday at Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin. With the win, Indiana is now on a seven-game win streak and 4-0 in Big Ten play, matching the program’s best-ever conference start.
No. 8 Indiana women’s basketball faced its fifth ranked opponent of the 2021-22 season in No. 6 Maryland on Sunday and pulled away in overtime for a 70-63 victory. The result marked Indiana’s 11th win of the season and third win against a ranked opponent.
Indiana women’s basketball continued its five-game win streak Thursday, routing Southern Illinois University 70-37 to close out nonconference play. Indiana’s defense dominated throughout the game, allowing the least amount of points it has against any opponent all season.
Indiana women’s basketball will not face Wright State on Tuesday as scheduled because of positive COVID-19 cases in the Wright State program, according to a release from IU Athletics.
Indiana women’s basketball pulled out a 67-57 win over Western Michigan University on Sunday afternoon. It never gave up the lead, putting up 47 rebounds and forcing 15 turnovers on its way to a 9-2 record.
Junior forward Mackenzie Holmes was named Big Ten Player of the Week following her record-setting performance against No. 20 Ohio State on Sunday night.
Turnovers have been a part of the story in every game Indiana women’s basketball has played so far in the 2021-22 season. Head coach Teri Moren and the players alike discussing how the team needs to tighten up and commit less turnovers has become a commonplace, adding how turnovers are one of the biggest areas for concern for the team.
No. 10 Indiana women’s basketball handily beat Fairfield University 91-58 Thursday night at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, going on multiple double-digit scoring runs. The team shot 61% from the field and 78% from the free-throw line.
Indiana women’s basketball beat Penn State 70-40 Monday night in a matchup featuring physicality, quick passes, steals and 3-pointers. Graduate student guard Nicole Cardaño-Hillary played a key role in each one of those areas.
In a highly anticipated matchup between two top-10 teams Thursday night, No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball fell 66-58 to No. 2 North Carolina State at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Despite a strong defensive performance, Indiana’s offense was ultimately unable to keep up with NC State’s.
Indiana women’s basketball moved to No. 6 in the AP Top 25 Poll on Monday, falling two spots from its previous No. 4 ranking. The team suffered a loss to now-No. 4 Stanford University in the Bahamas on Thursday afternoon.
No. 15 Indiana men’s soccer entered its NCAA Sweet 16 matchup as the underdog to No. 2 University of Washington on Saturday. While holding its own throughout the regulation period, Indiana fell to Washington 3-2 in overtime to end its tournament run.
Indiana women’s basketball lost 69-66 to No. 7 Stanford, the reigning NCAA champions, for Indiana’s first loss of the season Thursday afternoon in Nassau, Bahamas. Despite some key 3-pointers and three players scoring in double-digits, the team struggled with rebounding and shooting overall.
Indiana men’s soccer began its run in the NCAA Tournament Sunday, beating Bowling Green State University 2-0 to advance to the round of 16. Indiana will face the winner of the game between the University of Portland and No. 2 University of Washington.
Indiana men’s soccer begins its NCAA Tournament run against Bowling Green University on Sunday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Kickoff was pushed back from noon to 2 p.m. due to poor field conditions caused by overnight rain.
Indiana women’s basketball traveled to a private school in Connecticut for a regular-season game on Saturday. The same Indiana women’s basketball team which made it to the Elite Eight and is ranked No. 4 in the nation traveled to play Quinnipiac University, a team it has never faced before.
Indiana women’s basketball continued its win streak Tuesday night with a strong 72-42 victory over Norfolk State University in Bloomington. Indiana improved to 3-0 on the season with the win.
Indiana women’s basketball made program history by moving up to No. 4 in the AP Top 25 Poll on Monday. This is the team’s first top five ranking.
Indiana women’s basketball hadn’t heard cheers from its home crowd since Feb. 27, 2020. The team played in front of fans during the 2021 NCAA Tournament, but not in Bloomington. That changed Sunday night.