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IU wraps up regular season with 2 Big Ten victories

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The women's tennis team finished its regular season with two Big Ten victories this weekend, dismantling Michigan 6-1 and Michigan State 5-2. The Hoosiers' (16-8, 7-3 Big Ten) triumphs were career wins 602 and 603 for head coach Lin Loring, who was already the winningest women's coach in Division I history.


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Senior diver wins national championship

Senior Tom Davidson fought through the most talented competition in the country on his way to his U.S. Diving Championships national title.


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Wrecks affect riders, race day

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While Friday's women's Little 500 at Bill Armstrong Stadium wasn't an accident-plagued event, the few wrecks that did occur contributed to the outcome of the race.


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Penalties, wrecks doom Cutters

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The more wrecks the Cutters got into Saturday, the blacker their yellow defending champion jerseys became from cinder. The uniforms didn't need to be yellow -- the Cutters wouldn't repeat as champions.

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Rookie team fights injuries, adversity

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Sophomore Rachel Clark of Single Speed Sprinters stood on the cinder track sobbing as the Women's 14th Little 500 drew to a close. In the next pit, tears brimmed in the eyes of Kappa Alpha Theta riders after the race ended.


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Crash crushes Delta Chi

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About 20 minutes before Saturday's men's Little 500 race began, Delta Chi rider Jason Sonneborn plopped to his back, sprawled out in the infield grass at Bill Armstrong Stadium and look skyward, preparing for his final Little 500. "If we don't win, it'll be a disappointment," said Sonneborn, a senior.


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Polesitters sputter to 13th-place finish

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The headache started on Turn 2 of the 10th lap. It never ended. Phi Gamma Delta, besieged with mechanical malfunctions and messy crashes sputtered through the 200-lap men's Little 500 race, finishing in 13th place, its worst showing since 1993. "It was a long day," senior and rider Todd Cornelius said. "But it's just a bike race."


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Phi Delta Theta claims third Little 500

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Phi Delta Theta avoided wrecks and battled a surprising late-race charge by Teter to claim the 51st Men\'s Little 500 Saturday at Bill Armstrong Stadium. Phi Delta Theta took the lead from Teter on lap 190. Teter, which controlled the race from laps 162-190, finished second followed by Sigma Phi Epsilon. Teter and Sigma Phi Epsilon were the only two teams to finish on the lead lap with Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta won the race with a time of 2:16:57. Junior Matt Marketti was on the bike for Phi Delta Theta when it crossed the finish line. Senior Josh Beatty rode the most laps for the team.


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Senior diver makes final cut

IU diver Tom Davidson advanced to Saturday's three-meter springboard finals at the U.S. Diving National Championships. Davidson racked up 553.74 points in Wednesday's first round in Midland, Texas. Davidson, a senior, qualified fourth, 80 points behind leader Troy Dumais of Texas. Dumais claimed last season's national title.


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IU squeezes by Butler with 2 late goals

It took two late goals for IU to beat its in-state rival Butler 2-1 Wednesday night in a spring soccer match at North Central High School in Indianapolis. Junior Ryan Mack scored both goals in the win.


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Hoosiers allow 1st goal, but still win

The women's soccer team concluded its spring exhibition season by taking down in-state rival Butler 4-2 Wednesday night at North Central High School in Indianapolis.





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Team counting on depth

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Saturday, Little 500 racers will be speeding around the Bill Armstrong Stadium track, but before that, the women's track team plans to scorch its own track against Illinois and Eastern Michigan.


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IU to finish home schedule

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The women's tennis team said it hopes to end the regular on a winning note this weekend, as they are host to two neighbors to the north -- Michigan Saturday and Michigan State Sunday, both matches starting at 10 a.m.


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Hoosiers competing in shadow of Little 500

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The Little 500 men's race is Saturday, but don't remind the men's track team of that. It is working to stay focused on its noon home meet against Illinois and Eastern Michigan, the last scored home meet for the Hoosiers before the Big Ten Championships May 18-20 at home. "This Saturday will be a good test for the team," third-year coach Marshall Goss said. "Can we stay focused when there is lots of other stuff going on around us and can we run a little bit earlier in the day?"


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IU in search of first weekend series win

The baseball team competes with the Little 500 race for campus attention this weekend as the Hoosiers face Eastern Kentucky in a three-game series at Sembower Field.


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Team to play crucial series

The softball squad will be in Chicago today for a doubleheader against Northwestern that could turn out to be one of the most crucial series of the year. With a pair of wins today, the Hoosiers (3-9) could move past the Wildcats (4-6) in the Big Ten standings. IU is tied with Minnesota for 10th in the conference.


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Alumnus celebrates Little 500 on film

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Not all the activities during this year's Little 500 weekend will occur on the track. Producer Kendall Harnett's documentary about the history of the race, "Free Wheels: The Fifty Year History of the Little 500," is scheduled to premiere Saturday, before and after the men's race.