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IU coach Amy Robertson looks on during the Hoosiers' 2-1 loss to Ohio University on Oct. 11, 2010 at the IU Field Hockey Field.

IU’s success lies in Coach Robertson

IU Coach Amy Robertson helped create the field hockey varsity program at IU.

Since then, the recruiting has been solely out of state. With no major field hockey programs in the state of Indiana, the players come from all parts of America, including California, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Hoosiers fend off No. 15 Ohio University, win 3-2

The Hoosiers went into Athens, Ohio and came out victorious.

After keeping a 3-0 lead, IU allowed two goals during the second half, but still managed to top No. 15 Ohio University, 3-2. Senior back Brenna Moeljadi scored twice with senior Jaclyn Zamudio netting her third goal of the season.

Team suffers first defeat of season

The IU field hockey team faltered for the first time this season, falling in back-to-back away games on a West Coast road trip. On Friday, they fell to No. 16 Stanford 3-2, then lost two days later to California 3-1.

Robertson earns her 100th, 101st career victories

The IU field hockey team cruised past Ball State 4-0 on Saturday and Missouri State 4-1 on Sunday, giving IU Coach Amy Robertson her 100th and 101st career wins and giving the team a 4-0 record this season.

Rematches on schedule for weekend at home

With a 2-0 start and two games on the docket this weekend, the IU field hockey team’s mentality is focused on every match and taking the season day by day, Coach Amy Robertson said.

Then-junior back Brenna Moeljadi looks to make a pass Oct. 7 at the IU Hockey Field. Moeljadi has one goal and three points thus far this season.

Selfless Moeljadi leads field hockey

Brenna Moeljadi will probably be pretty embarrassed to see this article is about her. Moeljadi, a senior back, might then go on to tell you that it’s been a team effort. Her play has only been because of opportunities set up by those around her.

Junior forward Alina Valenti takes a goal shot during the Hoosiers 4-1 scrimmage loss to Louisville Aug. 24 at the IU Field Hockey field.

Healthy Hoosiers to play first game at home field

The Hoosiers open against Miami (OH) at 4 p.m. Friday at the IU Field Hockey Complex and finish their opening weekend against No. 15 Duke at 1 p.m. Sunday. It’s the first match between Duke and IU.

Field hockey team adds new assistant

The IU field hockey team welcomed a former rival into its coaching ranks July 21, as head coach Amy Robertson announced the hiring of Beth Riley.

Field hockey falls on Senior Day

Despite second-half goals by junior back Brenna Moeljadi and freshman forward Mariella Grote in a span of a minute, the Hoosiers could not muster a comeback and fell 5-2 to No. 12 Michigan on Saturday.

Field hockey readies for senior day, season finale

The season finale is upon the IU field hockey team, as the Hoosiers are hosts to Michigan on Saturday. The home finale means senior day with seniors playing their final regular season game of their careers.

Field hockey readies for weekend road trip

As the Hoosiers prepare for a trip to East Lansing, Mich. to take on No. 9 Michigan State, IU will be able to do something Saturday it has not yet accomplished this season: Defend a three-game winning streak.

Athletic Director Fred Glass and senior forward Lena Grote give a halftime fist bump before the Hoosiers' 2-1 win Friday at the IU Field Hockey Field. Glass wore the skirt because he told the field hockey coach he would do so if the team beat Louisville on Oct. 5.

Field hockey earns weekend sweep

The Hoosiers claimed victories against Iowa and Villanova during the weekend. IU Athletics Director Fred Glass attended Friday's game against the Hawkeyes wearing a kilt.

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