Indiana women’s golf capped off its third tournament of the season in Toledo, Ohio at the Glass City Invitational on Tuesday. The Hoosiers scored a 905, 41-over par, in three rounds of play to finish in seventh place in a field of 10 teams.
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Indiana women’s golf wrapped up play in the Badger Invitational Tuesday afternoon, locking up a seventh-place finish in the 15-team field. The Hoosiers shot a team score of 887, 23-over par over three rounds.
Indiana men’s basketball’s Big Ten conference schedule was announced Tuesday afternoon per an IU athletics press release.
Indiana women’s golf wrapped up its season-opening tournament Tuesday afternoon at the Boilermaker Classic in West Lafayette. The Hoosiers scored an 884, 20-over par over three rounds to finish in seventh place in the 15-team field. Indiana’s seventh-place finish is the program’s best in a season-opening tournament since 2019-20.
Following an illustrious career achieving nearly every accolade imaginable, track and field and cross country director and head coach Ron Helmer decided to call it quits. After 16 years under Helmer’s direction, Indiana cross country will look to fill his void and replicate the success it accomplished with Helmer.
Following a third consecutive season placing tied for 12th or worse of 14 teams in the Big Ten Championships, Indiana women’s golf is still searching for the answer to escape the bottom of the conference. Debuting a team consisting of 75% newcomers, the 2023-24 Hoosiers are hoping new blood is the recipe.
Indiana athletics will permit fans to bring one sealed, clear water bottle into Memorial Stadium for Indiana football’s season opener against No. 3 Ohio State Saturday afternoon, per an IU Athletics release. The change in policy was put in place due to temperatures forecasted in the high-80s during kickoff.
Indiana men’s basketball will be one of eight teams in the 2024 Battle 4 Atlantis held in Nassau, Bahamas, college basketball insider Jon Rothstein reported Tuesday. It will be the first time in program history the Hoosiers compete in the Thanksgiving week tournament.
Episode 9 of the Five Banner Banter podcast — the final podcast of the year — features a special collaboration with the Payoff Podcast. The beats break down the transfer portal progress for both teams, talk about wings and predict the NBA Finals.
In Peter Yates’ 1979 “Breaking Away” highlighting IU’s Little 500, main character Dave Stohler falls in love with cycling because of a world-famous Italian cycling group — Team Cinzano. Six years later, an independent team named Cinzano, inspired by the film, took the track for the first time, starting a run of racing in 21 of the next 22 races.
The Big Ten named Tony Petitti the conference’s seventh commissioner Wednesday afternoon, the league announced in a press release. Petitti will take over for Kevin Warren, who left the position after a three-year tenure to become president and chief executive officer of the Chicago Bears on Jan. 12. Big Ten Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel Anil Gollahalli has been named interim commissioner until Petitti takes office, effective Friday, according to a Big Ten press release.
Despite a season in which Indiana women’s basketball exceeded expectations and garnered the program’s first No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the Hoosiers’ second-round defeat to No. 9 seed Miami was still disappointing.
Indiana women’s basketball senior forward Mackenzie Holmes has been named a finalist for the 2023 John R. Wooden Award and member of the Wooden All-American team, the publication announced Thursday evening. Holmes joins Iowa junior guard Caitlin Clark, University of South Carolina senior forward Aliyah Boston, Stanford University junior forward Cameron Brink and Villanova University senior forward Maddy Siegrist as the other finalists and All-American members.
Evan, Bradley and guest Will Foley of the Payoff Pod look back at Indiana bowing out of the NCAA Tournament in the second round. Then, the three break down Indiana's transfer portal shopping list — including those who are leaving and one who's already coming. Plus, Evan breaks down Albany.
Will and the Matts discuss No. 1 seed Indiana women's basketball NCAA Tournament results: a blowout first round win over Tennessee Tech and an upset loss to No. 9 seed Miami (FL). The trio breaks down what went wrong in the game and give takeaways about Grace Berger's career and what the future holds for the program. They end the show on a light note, predicting the men's and women's Final Four results.
Indiana women’s basketball head coach Teri Moren was named an assistant coach for the 2023 USA Basketball Women’s U19 World Cup Team on Tuesday afternoon, according to an IU Athletics release. The team will compete at the 2023 FIBA U19 Women’s World Cup in Madrid, Spain, July 15-23.
No. 1 seed Indiana women’s basketball saw itself down to No. 9 seed University of Miami, but it continued to battle back. A valiant comeback, clutch shots and important defensive stops were all made, but a few too many chances slipped away. Indiana lost 70-68 in the final seconds, ending its historic season and chances at a Final Four.
No. 1 seed Indiana women’s basketball looks to extend its historic season on Monday night as it takes on No. 9 seed University of Miami. The Hoosiers look to build on their 77-47 Round of 64 win over Tennessee Tech University in hopes of advancing to the program’s third straight Sweet Sixteen.
One day removed from just the third-ever No. 16 seed upset over the No. 1 seed — Fairleigh Dickinson men’s basketball over Purdue — a moment of fear crept over Assembly Hall that the fourth time was a possibility. However, No. 1 seed Indiana women’s basketball conquered a slow first quarter to topple No. 16 seed Tennessee Tech University 77-47 and advance to the NCAA Tournament’s Round of 32.
Senior forward Mackenzie Holmes and graduate guard Grace Berger of Indiana women’s basketball were each recognized by the Associated Press All-American teams, the publication announced Wednesday. Holmes was selected to the first team and Berger was named an honorable mention.