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3-game weekend split for hockey team

The hockey team's three-game weekend with Minnesota and Illinois ended with mixed results. In their final contests before the conference championship series, the Hoosiers defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers 6-4 at the Frank Southern Center, then were swept Friday and Saturday at Illinois.


Junior comes back after year on bench

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- It's been a long time coming for junior forward Erin McGinnis. After sitting out a year, and being on the bench for most of this one, McGinnis was in the spot she envisioned nearly two years ago when she transferred to IU from Auburn -- with the ball in her hands and the game on the line.


Buzzer shot stops Michigan State

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- Michigan State guard Christie Pung had a chance to play hero Sunday afternoon in front of 3,416 fans at the Breslin Center. She missed -- twice.


Team to use 1st game as catalyst for season

In the grand scheme of things, the softball team's first game at 3 p.m. Saturday at Evansville could be considered just another pre-season game. But coach Diane Stephenson sees it as a potential catalyst for a successful season.


Cassady carries Hoosiers in win

Suspended IU senior Rachael Honegger wasn't the story in IU's 83-79 overtime win against Wisconsin Thursday. Junior guard Heather Cassady made sure of that -- in the game's first five minutes.


Rested Hoosiers ready for revenge

After a week off from games, sophomore guard Tom Coverdale said it's time to get back to business. Not that he hasn't enjoyed the time to rest -- he's averaging nearly 38 minutes per game -- but he's looking forward to playing Michigan at 1 p.m. Sunday in Assembly Hall.



Football team signs 22 recruits

Football Coach Cam Cameron has said IU's weak point last season was its defensive secondary. Wednesday, he announced his plans to fix the problem. Cameron and the Hoosiers officially signed 22 recruits Wednesday, the first day of the national signing period. Six are defensive backs. Two of them, Antonio Watson and Willie Northern, are Superprep magazine's first- and third-rated junior college defensive backs.


Doninger suspends Honegger

After saying a week ago that the athletics department properly dealt with senior Rachael Honegger's guilty plea to a felony, athletics director Clarence Doninger agreed Wednesday to suspend Honegger from playing basketball during an IU Athletics Committee investigation. Honegger can practice and travel with the team but cannot participate in regular season or postseason games until the inquiry is completed.


Hoosiers trying to break out of slump

Junior forward Erin McGinnis said the women's basketball team isn't looking to win -- just not to lose. Head coach Kathi Bennett said her Hoosiers need to get back to playing tough -- the same approach that jump-started them to a 13-3 start this season. Since then, IU has dropped five of its last seven games.


Team adds 6 recruits for 2nd season

A one-win season would offer little reason for excitement in most programs. But, for the Hoosiers' fledgling field hockey team preparing for its second season, it doesn't take much.


Hoosiers to face Minnesota, Illinois

The hockey team faces its first-ever contest against Minnesota at 7:30 p.m. today at the Frank Southern Center. This is the first game in the Hoosiers' second three-game weekend of the year.


4 players sign letters of intent

After being shut out in half of its games in 2000, head coach Joe Kelley has spent the off-season looking for ways to boost the women's soccer team's offense. What he found were three players who have accounted for nearly 200 goals in their high school careers, and a defensive MVP to make sure the Hoosiers' 1.17 goals-against average doesn't get any higher.



Team looking for quick start

For softball coach Diane Stephenson, there is a great deal of uncertainty surrounding her squad this year. On top of the fact that her roster is dominated by underclassmen -- six freshmen and four sophomores -- poor weather has prevented the team from practicing outdoors, which has made it difficult for Stephenson to gauge her team's improvement.


Player of year to sign with soccer team

Ned Grabavoy Jr., the national high school soccer player of the year, plans to sign with the five-time national champion Hoosiers early next week, his father said Tuesday night. Grabavoy, a senior from Lincoln-Way High School in New Lenox, Ill., has chosen IU instead of Virginia, UCLA and professional teams in Holland and Germany.


Hawkeyes on rise; Hoosiers slumping

IOWA CITY, IOWA -- The Hoosiers crossed paths with Iowa Sunday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Both teams are headed in different directions, as evidenced by the Hawkeyes' 83-56 blowout.


Transfer to don Hoosier jersey

After not being able to score against the Hoosiers earlier in the season, sophomore midfielder Kara Bryan will now try to score for the Hoosiers in the 2001 season. Bryan transferred to IU after spending two seasons with Butler. Bryan transferred after the fall semester and is attending classes in Bloomington. She plans to sign a scholarship to play for coach Joe Kelley's Hoosiers Wednesday, the first day of the signing period.


Senior lets game speak for itself

If you want to find a quiet leader who lets his game speak for itself, look no farther than senior Mike Pinger. With IU's men's club volleyball team resting at the top of the standings in the Midwest (7-0), Pinger, a co-captain, is the one player who can remember just a few years ago, when the team was winless.



Haston helps save squandered lead

For the third time this season, junior center Kirk Haston has been named Big Ten Player of the Week. Haston led IU (14-9, 5-4 Big Ten) to a pair of road wins, the first time IU has won back-to-back Big Ten road games since 1995-96.


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