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Junior steps into role for soccer team

Colin Rogers is used to stumbling into opportunity. Four years ago, the junior goalkeeper on the IU men's soccer team doubted he'd play soccer after high school.


Aiming for an upset

Jerry Yeagley uses a unique description when explaining the matchup between his defense and North Carolina's attack.


Hoosiers come up short

TERRE HAUTE -- Interim head coach Mike Davis said he's been putting too much pressure on freshman forward Jared Jeffries and that he had unfair expectations for the former Bloomington North Star. But the entire game against Indiana State Wednesday fell on Jeffries' shoulders. He heaved a shot from half court at the buzzer and it bounced off the backboard and rim before IU lost 59-58 to Indiana State


Young team looks to add depth to Buckeyes

Ohio State women's basketball coach Beth Burns starts her fourth season in the Big Ten with confidence the Buckeyes will be the most successful team in the league.


Men's team signs 3 recruits

A week after exceeding their goals by placing 17th at the NCAA Championship meet, the men's cross country team gained three more reasons to be optimistic about the future.



Hoosiers on familiar ground

In some ways, the 1998 and 2000 men's soccer seasons are stark contrasts. For one, the 1998 squad coasted to the national championship with a 23-2 record. The 2000 team, on the other hand, slipped into the NCAA tournament with an at-large bid after ending the regular season on a three-game losing streak.


Women's basketball team breezes by Kent State

The Hoosiers and the Kent State Golden Flashes came into Tuesday's contest at Assembly Hall undefeated. The Hoosiers stormed to a 79-42 romp, handing Kent State (2-1) its worst defeat since the 1983-84 season, when it fell to West Virginia by a 38-point margin.


Hoosiers look to bounce back from 2 losses

Sophomore guard Kyle Hornsby said the Hoosiers like to think they're "supposed to" beat everybody. Last year, IU was "supposed to" beat Indiana State in the championship game of the Ameritech/Indiana Classic and lost 63-60, giving the Sycamores their first win in the series since 1924. It was the first time since the tournament began in 1974 that the Hoosiers did not win the championship. The two teams will meet again at 8 p.m. today in the Hulman Center in Terre Haute, Ind.


Junior emerges into spotlight

There's a new coach walking IU's sideline, but it's a new player that's getting all the attention.


Hoosiers to test unbeaten record

The women's basketball team returns to Assembly Hall for its third game in five days as it faces Kent State at 7:30 p.m. in their final home game until New Year's Eve.



Freshman guard shines on defense

NEW YORK -- Freshman guard Andre Owens scored 13 points combined in IU's first two games. In the third game, he came off the bench to lead the Hoosiers with 16 points.


Hockey team upsets top Division I teams

Coming off a three-game losing streak, including a sweep by Life University at the Frank Southern Center, the Hoosiers bounced back to upset two top-ranked Division I teams.


Around the game

The IU men's soccer team will compete against top-seeded North Carolina at 1 p.m. Saturday in Chapel Hill, N.C., in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament, the NCAA announced Monday.


Hoosiers beat Brown at tourney

Playing four games during the course of the week, the women's basketball team didn't enjoy the luxury of time off this holiday break. But they had plenty to be thankful for. They've leaped to their first 5-0 start since the 1994-95 season.


Team falls twice in N.Y.

NEW YORK -- As interim head coach Mike Davis walked off the court at Madison Square Garden at halftime with IU down 42-22 against Texas, he was looking at the floor and loosening his tie. He was clearly frustrated with a team playing one of its worst halves of basketball, making only six shots from the field.



Hoosiers advance in NCAAs

SEATTLE -- Marcus Chorvat had a busy night Saturday in Seattle. Against Washington in NCAA men's soccer tournament, the sophomore midfielder scored a goal, got ejected and said plenty of prayers. In that order.


Team splits final matches

Losses to Penn State and Ohio State dented the volleyball team\'s postseason hopes. Friday\'s five-match loss to Purdue sealed the Hoosiers\' fate and handed the Boilermakers the 2000 Monon Spike Match win.

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