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Freshman phenom returns

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In this day and age, it has become seemingly commonplace for star high school athletes to forgo their college career for the money and fame in the pros. This happens in baseball, basketball and even football. But soccer?


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Seniors leading season more headline

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With a 3-1-1 start in conference play, the women's soccer team is off to a strong start in the Big Ten, and are showing they are ready to compete at the national level. At 6-2-1 (3-1-1) the Hoosiers are currently in fourth place in the Big Ten and ranked No. 23 in the country. Last year, they finished 10th in the conference.


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Williams wins Big Ten honors

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Levron Williams knew after the Wisconsin victory that he'd had a career game. Teammates congratulated him. Reporters talked about records he'd tied and broken. Coaches praised his efforts. The rest of the college football world took notice Monday.


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Hoosiers finish 7th in Xavier Provident Invitational

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Freshman Jeff Overton shot a career low 54-hole score with a four-over par 217 in the Xavier Provident Invitational at the Grizzly Tournament Course in Mason, Ohio. Overton's efforts, which included a one-under par 70 in Tuesday's final round, were only enough to lead the Hoosiers to a seventh place finish in the 19-team tournament.

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Hoosiers finish fourth at Legends Shootout match

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The Hoosiers completed their third and final round at the Legends Shootout in Franklin, Ind., Tuesday, finishing in fourth place. It is the Hoosiers' second fourth-place finish in as many tournaments so far this season. Michigan placed first with an 877 three-day score, while Wisconsin and Kent State finished second and third, respectively.



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Women's participation declining

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Throughout the last decade, womens' sports have made their mark in American society. The United States has witnessed WNBA's introduction in 1997, the 1999 Women's World Cup Championship and the Olympic dominance in softball.


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Team makes strides in bad weather

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Friday was one of the gloomiest days of the school year. It was cold, rainy, and windy. But the bad weather did not stop the men's cross-country team from participating in the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend. Despite lackluster running conditions, the team took a turn in the right direction.


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Team improves, finishes 8th

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The Hoosiers went to South Bend Friday in hopes of turning things around. They took a step in the right direction by placing eighth among the 17 teams in the event. IU was within 30 points of fourth place.


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Crew off and rowing

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The women's rowing team began its fall season Saturday at the Fourth Annual Lemonhead Regatta at Bloomington's Lake Lemon.



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Indiana men\'s cross-country makes move in right direction.

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Friday was one of the gloomiest days of the school year. It was cold, rainy, and windy. But the bad weather did not stop the IU men's cross-country team from participating in the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend. Despite lackluster running conditions, the team took a turn in the right direction.


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Hoosiers strong at Invitational

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The IU men's tennis team wrapped up competition at the Louisville Fall Invitational Sunday at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center. Four Hoosiers saw action on the final day of the event. Junior Zach Held and freshman Jon Magnes both advanced to the semifinals of the Flight "A" draw. Sixth-seeded Held was defeated by top-seeded senior Gustav Pousette of Kentucky, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.


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Field hockey team drops two

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Northwestern spoiled IU's Big Ten home opener as the Wildcats defeated the Hoosier field hockey team 4-1 Friday. Despite equaling Northwestern in shots at seven and getting four more penalty corners than the Wildcats, the Hoosiers couldn't find the back of the net more than once.


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Freshman nets hat trick in win

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On a cold day in Ann Arbor, Mich., freshman forward Mike Ambersley was red hot. He became the first IU player to post a hat trick this season, tallying all three of the Hoosiers (7-2-0, 3-0 Big Ten) goals in their shut out of the Michigan Wolverines.


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Runners prepare for Notre Dame meet

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After last weekend's unsuccessful performance at the Roy Griak Invitational, the men's cross country team wanted a chance for redemption. This weekend will be their first opportunity for that at the Notre Dame Invitational.


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Lost and looking for right direction

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In search of their first Big Ten victory, the field hockey team goes into weekend play with a 1-7 overall record and a 0-1 record in conference play. Northwestern comes to Bloomington to play the Hoosiers today at 3 p.m. at the Mellencamp Pavilion. Northwestern enters the weekend with a similar 1-7 overall record and an 0-2 conference record.


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Looking to pick up the pace

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The women's cross country team competes today at the Notre Dame Cross Country Invitational in South Bend. The team looks to bounce back this week after a disappointing race last weekend at the Roy Griak Invitational in Minneapolis. The Hoosiers will compete against tough talent from their region. They will face Notre Dame, Ball State, Butler and Miami (Ohio). This will be the second 6K race for the Hoosiers this season. Butler and Miami (Ohio) have defeated the Hoosiers in previous races this year.


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Seniors take the back seat

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Coach Ken Hydinger is looking for the Hoosiers to gain valuable experience this weekend in the fourth annual Louisville Invitational at the award winning Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in Louisville, Ky. "For the young guys, we're looking for them to get the experience, and we're still wanting to see them play in different situations," Hydinger said. "Experience is a big factor in improving."


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Women learn from experience in past matches, move on

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The women\'s volleyball record has not effected its spirits as the team hits the road this weekend. The Hoosiers will travel to Minnesota Friday to face Iowa on Saturday. IU is 3-8 overall and a disappointing 0-4 in the conference. "I think (the past weekend\'s matches) have taught us to really take from those experiences and move on," senior Meghan Stout said. "I think that we all have a different attitude now and I think it has inspired us because we know our potential and we know we are so much better than that."