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The winning streak was short-lived.
After taking Wisconsin down to the wire and pulling off a 62-60 victory
Thursday — the team’s first win in 15 Big Ten games this season — the IU
women’s basketball team (6-23, 1-15) fell 90-58 to Purdue (21-8, 11-5)
on Sunday at Mackey Arena during its final regular season game.
After their first win in almost two months on Thursday night, the Hoosiers hope to extend their win streak against Purdue.
The Runners’ Council of the 2012 Little Fifty race, the event set to
kick off this year’s week of Little 500 festivities, will have a callout
meeting Thursday for those interested in participating in the 10th
anniversary of the inaugural Little Fifty.
Even as the Hoosiers travel Thursday night to Columbus, Ohio, to take on
the No. 9 Ohio State Buckeyes, who are currently second in the Big Ten
standings, IU women’s basketball Coach Felisha Legette-Jack’s players
sound as positive and as confident as ever.
The Indiana women’s basketball team fell 61-60 to Illinois (10-16, 4-9)
on a last-second lay-in by the Fighting Illini’s Lydia McCully Sunday.
But on “THINK PINK” day at Assembly Hall, IU Coach Felisha Legette-Jack said she had the bigger picture in mind.
When the Hoosiers go for their first win in the conference this season
Sunday, they’ll have a chance to play the only team they’ve beaten in
their past 25 Big Ten games: Illinois.
After staying toe-to-toe with the Iowa Hawkeyes (14-10, 6-5), the
Indiana women’s basketball team (5-19, 0-11) again fell short in its
conference matchup, losing 83-64 Sunday afternoon in Assembly Hall.
Even with an 0-9 conference record, the IU women’s basketball team has had its chances.
With 47 seconds left in Sunday’s game at Northwestern, the IU women’s
basketball team was down by only three points. The team’s first
conference win this season was only a couple shots away.
Even with losses in the last eight games — all to Big Ten conference
foes — the IU women’s basketball team has seen consistent scoring
support from three juniors.
IU (5-15, 0-7) fell to the Wolverines (16-4, 5-2) 66-48, marking
Indiana’s seventh-straight loss this season in conference play.
Missed layups and 23 turnovers would make it hard for any team to win a
basketball game. And for an IU women’s basketball team (5-13, 0-5) that
traveled to Michigan State (12-5, 4-0) Thursday night searching for its
first Big Ten Conference win of the season, it proved too much.
A pair of former IU men’s soccer defenders, Tommy Meyer and Chris
Estridge, will both continue their soccer careers at the professional
level after learning Thursday afternoon that they were selected in the
first and second rounds, respectively, of the 2012 MLS Super Draft.
Thursday night, IU Coach Felisha Legette-Jack and her players will
travel to East Lansing, Mich., to try to end their conference losing
streak against the team that started it.
After a loss Sunday at home to conference foe Northwestern, the IU women’s basketball team now stands at 5-12, including a 0-4 start in the Big Ten. But even with only two wins thus far in Assembly Hall, the Hoosiers do seem to show an advantage when playing on Branch McCracken Court. They’ve won by almost six more points when in Bloomington, and their losses have been much closer as they lose by seven points fewer on average. Here’s a look at the IU women’s basketball team’s home court advantage so far in the 2011-12 campaign.
After winning last week’s Big Ten Freshman of the Week award, IU
freshman center Quaneisha McCurty saw only nine minutes of action during
IU’s (5-12, 0-4) Sunday loss to Northwestern (11-5, 1-2) at Assembly
The IU women’s basketball team (5-10) suffered four losses while
grabbing only two wins during winter break and has started off its Big
Ten conference play 0-2.
For four years, senior midfielder Nick Blevins wasn’t the featured
scorer for the IU men’s soccer team, nor was he the leading assist man
or even a player who had many opportunities on the field.
The Hoosiers dropped the game 1-0 in overtime, and the Tar Heels knocked
Indiana out of the third round of the NCAA Tournament for the second
time in three years.
But it was all too much, as the Hoosiers dropped the game 1-0 in
overtime, and the Tar Heels knocked Indiana out of the third round of
the NCAA Tournament for the second time in three years.