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Women's team approaches event as chance to learn pacing, coach says

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The women's cross country team opens its season today at the Indiana Open at home. The meet will set the tone of the Hoosiers' season. Twelve women will start the race for IU. While head coach Judy Bogenschutz said she considers the meet "low key," she said it's also a good indicator of where the members are in their training. "The first two meets are to see where people are at. They are stepping stone races for the bigger races in Minneapolis and South Bend," Bogenschutz said.


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Tournament begins season

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The women's volleyball team starts off their season by hosting the Blimpie/Holiday Inn Classic at Assembly Hall this weekend with their season opener 7 p.m. Friday. The Hoosiers continue Saturday with almost back-to-back games starting their first game at noon and their second game of the day at 7 p.m.


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Players arrested on charges of ATM theft

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Legal troubles continue to plague the football team. Just a month after safety Clarence Young was charged with rape in July, third-string freshman quarterback Patrick Thompson and junior offensive lineman Jamarkus Gorman have been arrested on preliminary charges of theft. Both players were arrested Tuesday morning and posted bail.


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Noonan has high hopes

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Wednesday night, Pat Noonan was not in the best of moods. The junior is a candidate for the prestigious National Player of the Year award, a result of his work at the forward position for the men's soccer team.

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Fisher optimistic about season

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You would sooner find senior Tiffany Fisher on the balance beam than on the driving range at the age of 13. It was then that the lone senior on the women's golf team felt burned out from her gymnastic experiences.


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Young team eyes Big Ten

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Coming off of a second-place finish at the Big Ten championships last year, the women's golf team seeks to capitalize on a young roster and the leadership of 22-year head coach Sam Carmichael to another successful season.


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Transfer glad to be back

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For senior Disney Bronnenberg, "There's no place like home." Bronnenberg, a Bloomington native, spent the first three years of her college volleyball career playing for Kansas State University, a member of the Big 12 conference.


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Linebacker Smith named to Butkus Award Watch List Bloomington -- Indianapolis Warren Central High School product Justin Smith has been named, along with 10 other Big Ten linebackers, to the Watch List for the Butkus Award. This award, presented annually to the nation's best collegiate linebacker, has a 69-member Watch List.



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Hoosiers begin workouts

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New men's basketball assistant coach Ben McDonald, his fellow assistants and head coach Mike Davis expect only a handful of developments from their team before practice officially begins Oct. 13: game-speed workouts, proper technique and confidence.


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Let there be no more doubt about No. 1

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Before I begin, I just want to let all of you out there know what\'s going on with this column. Once a week, I get to go off about any topic of national significance in the sporting world based on how I see fit. You might agree with me, or you might not. If you don't agree, too bad, because I\'m the one with the column, and you\'re not. Remember, you can always let me know what a moron I am; which I am accustomed to. And now, on to my first topic of college football.


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Assistant coach to be named

Men's basketball coach Mike Davis will hire an assistant from among five candidates Tuesday morning to fill the final spot in his coaching staff. Davis will also name an administrative assistant.


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Hoosiers deadlock in two weekend exhibition games

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The men's soccer team found itself deadlocked in two exhibition games last weekend at IU-Purdue University at Fort Wayne's Soccer Showcase. The Hoosiers matched up with No. 17 University of South Carolina on Friday. The first of four yellow cards was handed out 14 minutes into the game, setting the tone for the match. The teams combined for a mere eight shots and both were held scoreless for all 90 minutes.


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Athletics director names top aides

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The IU Department of Athletics announced the appointment of Jason Lewis as chief financial officer and executive associate athletics director and Lauren Rochet as assistant athletics director for personnel and administration.


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Manning injuries not severe

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INDIANAPOLIS - The blue brace on Peyton Manning's right knee was not a pretty picture Sunday at the Indianapolis Colts practice. But it was a welcome relief. "I was pretty fortunate," Manning said. "That is the type of play where you can be hurt pretty seriously. The thing that I thought saved me was that, when I followed through, I was on my toe instead of being planted. If I'd have been firmly planted, it might have been worse."


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Team warms up for season

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The women's volleyball team tuned up for the season with an intrasquad scrimmage Saturday. The rain didn't stop the Hoosiers' as they warmed up for their first scrimmage in University Gym. The scrimmage had the two teams cheering each other on with screams, high fives and encouraging advice. "We are really starting to gel as a team," head coach Katie Weismiller said. "The team chemistry is great and they didn't have any trouble playing against each other. They all remained friends."


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Aiming for nationals

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The women's cross country team sat and waited last season for a phone call. That call never came. The team was on the bubble for the NCAA national meet in Ames, Iowa. The Hoosiers finished fourth in their regional with the top two teams automatically qualifying. The women's team did not get the at-large bid for which it had hoped. This year, the Hoosiers aren't worrying about an at-large bid. They plan to qualify at regionals. "We definitely want to make it to nationals. I think that it is very possible. We're going to be a very solid team," junior Allyson Hammond said.


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Field hockey team begins 2nd season The IU field hockey team begins its second season with a scrimmage against DePauw Friday and the season opener against Miami of Ohio Sunday. Both contests are at home in the Mellencamp Pavilion with the scrimmage at 7 p.m. and the season opener at noon.


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Team to rely on new chemistry

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Nine underclassmen are not going to keep the 2001 volleyball team from being successful and having great chemistry. "This year is actually like a repeat of last year with so many underclassmen, but we are more experienced," Coach Katie Weismiller said. "We have five of six returning starters, and when you look at us on the court, we look like we've aged. We truly look much more mature than we were a year ago." Weismiller also believes the team is much more physical.


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Team heads to Ft. Wayne

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Not many programs in college sports are as successful as IU men's soccer. Head coach Jerry Yeagley has taken the Hoosiers to the College Cup 14 times in 28 seasons and has led them to five national championships. They consistently rank in the top five in the country and have produced some of the most talented athletes in the sport.