No. 4 Indiana women’s basketball is set for another Big Ten contest Thursday night, this time on the road against Penn State. The injury-riddled Hoosiers hope to come away with one more win before entering a lengthy 10-day break.
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Indiana women’s basketball moved up to No. 4 in the AP Poll Monday afternoon. Its No. 4 ranking ties the program high, which was held during the second and third weeks of the 2021-22 season.
No. 5 Indiana women’s basketball clawed its way to a 65-61 win over Illinois on Sunday afternoon. The Hoosiers were pushed to the final buzzer by the Illini, but Indiana’s experience and composure were able to come through down the stretch.
With graduate guard Grace Berger sitting out with a knee injury and the sudden announcement of sophomore guard Kaitlin Peterson leaving the team, No. 5 Indiana women’s basketball’s guard depth was starting to look thin Thursday. The Hoosier guards responded emphatically with a 3-point bonanza to down No. 6 University of North Carolina 87-63.
No. 5 Indiana women’s basketball has crushed its opponents en route to their 7-0 record. As the Hoosiers welcome the 6-0, No. 6th-ranked University of North Carolina, one side will have to surrender its clean slate.
No. 6 Indiana women’s basketball toppled the University of Memphis 79-64 Saturday night. The Hoosiers’ 2-0 weekend in the Las Vegas Invitational moved the team to 7-0 overall.
Rivalry weekend is a beautiful mess — it wraps up a week of love, kindness and gratitude with 60 minutes of bitterness and competition. However, the losing end is not so fun — add on a serious injury to the future quarterback of the program and your rivals clinching a conference championship berth and said loss becomes gut-wrenching.
No. 12 Indiana women’s basketball continued its winning ways Thursday in Bloomington, defeating Bowling Green State University 96-61. After pulling off an upset on the road over No. 11 University of Tennessee on Monday, the Hoosiers had no signs of a feel-good hangover.
No. 12 Indiana women’s basketball led from wire-to-wire in its 79-67 win over the No. 11-ranked University of Tennessee, but victory wasn’t assured until the final buzzer on Monday night. With the Lady Volunteers applying pressure and chipping away at the Hoosiers’ lead, Indiana’s experience proved crucial.
Indiana women’s basketball cruised to a 2-0 start this season, but its next contest won’t be decided so easily. The Hoosiers will go on the road for the first time this season, taking on the No. 11 University of Tennessee.
Indiana football got crushed by Ohio State, to nobody's surprise. While it’s easy to focus on the things that went wrong ‚ which is a lot — there has to be some sort of hope to come out of this game.
No. 11 Indiana women’s basketball cruised to a 93-37 victory over the University of Massachusetts Lowell on Friday night. While the Hoosiers’ perimeter shooting wasn’t close to the threat it was Tuesday, Indiana took over inside the arc to quickly pull away.
Indiana women’s basketball announced its two latest signees Wednesday afternoon: guards Lenée Beaumont and Jules LaMendola. The pair are both ranked inside ESPN’s top-100 recruits, giving Indiana the No. 20 class nationally.
Indiana football’s losing streak extended to six games after a miserable 45-14 loss to Penn State Saturday. As the Nittany Lions ran up the score, it became quite a snooze fest in Bloomington.
When Steph Curry and the 3-point centralized Golden State Warriors broke out and started a dynasty in the NBA, it not only changed the league, but it revolutionized all levels of basketball. While a couple of years late to the trend, Indiana women’s basketball has finally done so too.
After waiting 226 days, No. 11 Indiana women’s basketball will grace the court in a regular season contest. The Hoosiers will play the University of Vermont Tuesday night at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
Indiana football got off to a promising start for the fifth-consecutive time. Can you guess the outcome of each of those contests?
Having lost three of its starters from last season, Indiana women’s basketball was poised to have a new identity. However, the Hoosiers brought back two of their stars – graduate guard Grace Berger and junior forward Mackenzie Holmes – who were reliable as ever in Indiana’s 86-43 victory over Kentucky Wesleyan College.
As Indiana football got out to a 3-0 start this season, Hoosier fans let out a sigh of relief. Having already surpassed its 2021win total, the rest of Indiana’s season had no way of reaching last season’s lows – mathematically, at least.
As a highly-touted recruit from Fishers, Indiana, Sydney Parrish had the chance to be a “hometown hero” in Bloomington. Instead, she crushed Hoosier hearts by committing to the University of Oregon in April of 2019.