With 50 seconds on the clock and leading by 9 points, Indiana men’s basketball’s frontcourt found itself in a two-on-one fastbreak. Sophomore forward Malik Reneau handled the ball down the court and, with a defender homing in, lobbed the ball above the rim. Sophomore center Kel’el Ware soared up to slam it home with two hands, putting an exclamation point on Indiana’s 89-80 win over Wright State University on Thursday night.
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Indiana men’s basketball took the floor at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall looking for an easy win against a shorthanded Wright State University, who was missing star graduate guard Trey Calvin — the Horizon League Preseason Player of the Year — due to a shoulder injury. The Hoosiers followed suit with their first two regular season wins — it didn’t come easy, but they eventually got the job done with an 89-80 win.
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Following its 69-63 season-opening win over Florida Gulf Coast University on Nov. 7, Indiana men’s basketball anticipated an easy bounce-back win over Army West Point on Sunday. Despite entering the contest as 26-point favorites, the Hoosiers got an unlikely test before escaping with a 72-64 victory.
Following a nail-biting 69-63 season-opening win over Florida Gulf Coast University on Nov. 7, Indiana men’s basketball looks to improve its record to 2-0 against Army West Point on Sunday night.
Indiana men’s basketball tipped off its 2023-24 season with a 69-63 against Florida Gulf Coast thanks to a late second half run by the Hoosiers.
Indiana men’s basketball will open its 2023-24 regular season against Florida Gulf Coast University at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Following Indiana men’s basketball’s sluggish start to its Oct. 29 exhibition opener against the University of Indianapolis, the Hoosiers made sure to put on a show in their exhibition Friday. Indiana defeated Marian University 94-61 in its final game before the regular season.
Indiana men’s and women’s basketball teams will commemorate Bob Knight throughout the duration of the 2023-24 season, per an IU Athletics release. The teams will don “RMK” patches — standing for his full name Robert Montgomery Knight — on home and away jerseys, starting Friday for the men’s exhibition against Marian University.
Indiana men’s basketball fields its most uncertain roster in multiple seasons. After losing four of their five starters from last season — including program legend Trayce Jackson-Davis and first-round NBA draftee Jalen Hood-Schifino — the Hoosiers brought in 10 newcomers.
Coaching Indiana men’s basketball bears a large burden. Some of the sport’s most tenacious and demanding fans, Hoosier nation is a relentless group, constantly expecting to compete with the best and relive the glory days achieved decades ago no matter the circumstances around the program.
For the first time since March 5, Indiana men’s basketball will grace the floor of Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall to play a game. The Hoosiers play two exhibition games before the regular season, facing the University of Indianapolis at 1 p.m. Sunday and Marian University at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 3.
Indiana basketball’s Mackenzie Mgbako charged with Class A misdemeanor, will play in exhibition game
Indiana basketball freshman forward Mackenzie Mgbako was formally charged with a Class A misdemeanor for trespassing by the Monroe County Prosecutor’s Office on Thursday afternoon. Despite the charge, Mgbako will still play in Indiana’s season-opening exhibition game against the University of Indianapolis on Sunday.
Indiana women’s golf capped off its fall season in style Wednesday, finishing third out of 12 teams in The Ally Invitational in Starkville, Mississippi. The Hoosiers scored 875, 11-over par to mark a new season-high by nine strokes.
Bob Knight arrived at Indiana mostly unproven in 1971. Upon his firing 29 years later, he had accumulated countless records and awards and had taken the Hoosiers to the summit of college basketball three times.
Indiana men’s basketball will honor former player Bill Garrett in its regular season opener against Florida Gulf Coast University on Nov. 7, it announced in a press release. Dubbed the "Bill Garrett Game," it will celebrate 75 years since Garrett broke the unofficial color barrier in Big Ten basketball.
Indiana men’s and women’s basketball appeared in front of the public for the first time this season in their annual Hoosier Hysteria event Friday night at Assembly Hall. The teams competed in a skills challenge, 3-point shootout and knockout contest. Here are three key moments from the event.
Indiana women’s golf finished its penultimate fall season tournament Sunday afternoon at the Evie Odom Invitational in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The Hoosiers scored an 887, 47-over par to finish 11th in the 15-team field.
Indiana men’s basketball can’t keep itself away from 6-foot-9, left-handed post players. Following the departure of Trayce Jackson-Davis, the Hoosiers made sure to fill the void with Ball State University junior transfer Payton Sparks.
For the first time since the 2011-12 season, Indiana men’s basketball and the University of Kentucky will resume their regular season rivalry. The schools finalized a four-year series starting in 2025-26 through 2028-29, college basketball insider Jon Rothstein reported Tuesday afternoon.