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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.

Hoosiers win men's singles matches

The men's tennis team competed in the unscored Tom Fallon Invitational in South Bend this weekend, giving players a chance to compete and coaches a chance to see where the players stand.

Colts and Jags face off

It is the biggest stage in football. Everybody watches, and everybody who plays knows a national audience is watching and wants to perform to the best of their abilities.

Field hockey team to take on Michigan

It could be harder for IU field hockey. They could be playing one of the top three teams in the country, but instead the Hoosiers must face No. 4 Michigan at 3 p.m. today in the John Mellencamp Pavilion.

Cross country team runs into a weekend of firsts

A weekend of firsts awaits the women's cross country team as it travels to St. Paul, Minn., to compete in the Roy Griak Invitational Saturday. Along with being the first time in IU history the team has participated in the meet, it will also be the first time this season the women will participate in a 6K race. This distance holds new significance this year, since the 2000 Women's NCAA Championship race will be a 6K, rather than a 5K as in previous years.

Wildcats, Badgers await Hoosiers in conference's opening weekend

Wisconsin sits near the top of the Big Ten heading into the opening weekend of the volleyball season. Northwestern idles in the league cellar. Indiana hovers between both, not expected to contend for the conference crown, but not expected to join the Wildcats in the basement.

Knight's secretary moved to new position

In a move she called a coup, former IU basketball coach Bob Knight's secretary, Mary Ann Davis will be reassigned within the University, athletics director Clarence Doninger said Thursday. Davis said she was forced to leave against her wishes by Doninger.

'Pressure' is key to road trip

The women's soccer team is on the road this weekend for a two-game trip. They face off against the Penn State Nittany Lions (6-2-1, 0-0) Friday then make their way to Columbus, Ohio, to take on the Buckeyes (4-4, 0-1) Sunday afternoon.

High hopes for Reiling

Sara Reiling begins competition in her first Olympic Games today, participating in the preliminaries of the women's 10-meter platform diving competition in Sydney, Australia.

Men's soccer opens Big 10 season

For almost a decade, the men's soccer team has dominated the Big Ten. The Hoosiers won eight of nine conference championships, and they are undefeated in 25 games against Michigan State. But things could change in the 2000 season.

Men's soccer team successful at home

The men's soccer team continued its trend of scoreless first halves Thursday, lasting the first 45 minutes without a goal against Louisville. But the Hoosiers did end a trend of waiting until the game's waning minutes to score.

Graham returns kickoffs, contributes as a receiver

Kentucky's Brandon Sanders boots a kickoff high into the lights at Commonwealth Stadium. The ball sails to the 13-yard line where IU junior Derin Graham catches it and instinctively runs full speed down the middle of the field. He reaches the 20-yard line where he's greeted by a horde of Kentucky tacklers. Without fear, Graham jumps into the pile. He spins twice, and then, amazingly, Graham balances himself with one hand, breaking free from the pile.

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