The Hoosiers split last season’s series with the Scarlet Knights 1-1.
Ryan Wittenbrink’s team-leading fifth goal of the season was enough for Indiana to hold on.
The Hoosiers enter the contest coming off a 2-2 draw against Michigan.
The redshirt senior defender scored in his first appearance since Sept. 9.
The Hoosiers started the match slow but controlled the second half to force the draw.
The Wolverines defeated the Hoosiers 2-1 in overtime in Bloomington last season.
Ryan Wittenbrink scored the Hoosiers’ fourth goal against the Wildcats.
Indiana scored three goals in under three minutes for a definitive lead change.
The Hoosiers opened conference play with a loss and a draw in their first two matches.
The Hoosiers are winless through their opening pair of Big Ten matches.
Senior defender Brett Bebej scored the Hoosiers’ lone goal of the match.
The Hoosiers were on a three-match winning streak prior to Sunday’s loss.
The Hoosiers head into Columbus looking for their fourth-straight win.
Xavier transfer Jansen Miller scored the Hoosiers’ tying goal in his first minutes this season.
Injuries forced the Hoosiers to tinker with their back line, and the bench shined.