Through one day of action at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center, IU women’s swimming and diving had begun its homecoming with a 166-115 defeat of the No. 13 University of Louisville, but fell just short of No. 8 University of Texas at Austin, 146-134.
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The No.15 IU men’s rugby club journeys to Obetz, Ohio to battle, No. 17 Ohio State for the Big Ten Championship on Saturday. Even for a Hoosier team that has played for a conference title four of the last five years, the game hasn’t lost its luster.
IU women’s swimming and diving returns home Friday to familiar waters marred by fierce opposition. The two-day matchup against the University of Texas and the University of Louisville will be a three-way battle of ranked schools seeking early-season supremacy.
Life of the Party: University of Oklahoma
IU men’s swimming and diving returned home to the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center in stride, defeating ranked conference foes Michigan and Iowa. Though the score read 165-135 over Michigan and 245-55 over Iowa, IU’s biggest win of the day came against its own depth chart.
According to the World Rugby rulebook, the sport consists of carrying, passing, kicking and grounding a ball in an effort to outscore one’s opponent. Junior David Cheung, who plays the prop position for IU’s club team, described it in simpler terms.
From complimentary bald caps at Wilkinson Hall to a de facto dog park at Bill Armstrong Stadium, there are no shortage of themes and giveaways at upcoming IU sporting events.
IU women’s swimming and diving bested Notre Dame 172-128 while falling short against Kentucky, 161-139. The team left Lexington, Kentucky, on Wednesday with a win, a loss, and some much-needed answers. One of these came in the form of freshman Cora Dupre, who confirmed that IU’s youth can pick up where the class of 2019 left off.
In the wake of a Big Ten Conference title, IU will be racing to beat great expectations each time it enters the pool this season. Its first test comes Wednesday in Lexington, Kentucky, where the Hoosiers will meet the University of Kentucky and the University of Notre Dame.
The dining room at Janko’s Little Zagreb is a mosaic of red-and-white gingham tablecloths, one of which tops “B.K.,” the table at which Bob Knight would always sit.