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Ultimate Frisbee club teams warm up with tournaments

Although their collegiate season is still about five months away, the members of the men's and women's Ultimate Frisbee clubs are already back to work, focused on honing their skills in the 'Club Ultimate' circuit and picking up new recruits.


Defensive midfielders provide basis for Hoosier attack

Men's soccer coach Jerry Yeagley said earlier this season that scouting reports on IU probably said one thing: stop midfielders Ryan Mack, a junior, and Pat Noonan, a sophomore, and you'll stop IU.


Green's chance to start snapped

Former IU quarterback Trent Green ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament during a preseason tune-up with the St. Louis Rams last year -- the same Rams group NFL MVP Kurt Warner led to the Super Bowl championship in January.


Hoosiers hope to fend off Bulldogs

The women's soccer team will face an in-state test 7 p.m. today as Butler makes the trip south from Indianapolis in a nonconference game at Bill Armstrong Stadium.


Goalie earns Big Ten Honors

Behind a crowd of IU defenders and Michigan State offensemen, senior goalkeeper T.J. Hannig got up from a kneel to recover the soccer ball and save a potential Spartan goal Sunday.


Ex-coach claims sexism

Former IU women's basketball coach Jim Izard filed a federal discrimination complaint Aug. 28 against IU, claiming his March dismissal was based on his gender.



Manning follows father's footsteps

INDIANAPOLIS -- Peyton Manning is like his father in many ways on the football field. But, there is one big difference between father and son.


Freshman forward finds her place at IU

If women's soccer coach Joe Kelley is on a recruiting trip, there's a good chance he wound up in his hometown of St. Louis. Just look at the history.


Women golfers place 8th at tourney

Some great scores, some not-so-great scores, but not enough good scores. It proved to be the downfall at times last season for the IU women's golf team, and the first tournament of the season was no exception this past weekend.



Declawing the 'cats

They scored in bunches. They made big plays on special teams. And most importantly, they stopped the opponent from scoring.


Offense becomes soccer team's biggest concern

Men's soccer coach Jerry Yeagley said that if he knew what was causing his team's lack of offense, he'd bottle it and sell it. The trouble is the Hoosiers haven't solved their offensive problems.


Defense holds its own against Bearcats

Finally, in post-game interviews Saturday, Mandina, a senior defensive tackle, got his wish. He was asked about how much the defensive unit that he leads improved from the first two games of the year. At last, the defense had improved as he had promised it would.


Men's soccer knocks off Michigan State

EAST LANSING, Mich. - The final score to the men's soccer match read IU 1, Michigan State 0, but the Hoosiers' didn\'t have much to celebrate Sunday at Old College Field.


Hoosiers score 3 times in win

COLUMBUS, OHIO -- The women's soccer team needed to score. And they needed to win in the worst way.



Hoosiers come up short

The field hockey team survived its battle against rival No. 4 Michigan by playing a game of cat and mouse.


Team splits to open Big Ten play

The women's volleyball team hoped to usher in the Big Ten season by making a statement with an opening weekend sweep of Northwestern and No. 14 Wisconsin.

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